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We produce studio sessions, live-streaming concerts, music videos, promotional spots, interviews, and intimate show documentaries. Our video, sound, editing, and graphics team all share a strong love of music and work to see that the best possible products are created for artists who are talented, dedicated, and hardworking.
We met up with Mat to talk about his interest in health and fitness, the effect it has on his bandmates, and how he stays active when on tour.
We sat down with Mayaeni at Chicago's House of Blues to talk about her vegetable garden, cooking traditional West African stew, and building an idyllic hippie commune.
We met up with Prism Tats to talk about their tour van, Tony "Tats" Vanza and the story behind it's purchase.
We sat down with Dan and Mike from Gates at Chicago's House of Blues to talk about the origins and process of creating the album artwork for their upcoming release, Parallel Lives.
We met up with George and Tom from Eagulls to chat about British bar culture, the Brudenell Social Club, and getting shit on.
MSTRKRFT shares their appreciation of process, through the involuntary culinary vessel that is the monk fish.
We met up with Jordan of Mutual Benefit to chat about finding comfort in breakfast food, meeting locals at diners, and spending quality time with the band.
We linked up with Max and Aaron to chat about the changes that have occurred since the last Say Anything mewithoutYou tour, the effect family has had on their lives as musicians, and the bond they share because of it.
We sat down with Taylor to chat about finding an escape in basketball, and the importance of camaraderie.
We met up with Defeater to talk about what they were like as kids, the scraps they got into, and bringing home straight A's.
We met up with Alex, Ronan, and Duncan from Basement to chat about spending time off while on tour, whether it be snowboarding in jeans or thrifting thousand dollar jackets.
We talked to Wes and Mathieu about hockey, and Wes shares a story about singing the national anthem to his childhood hero, Martin Brodeur.
We caught up with Koji outside of the Art Institute of Chicago before his show on April 6, 2016, where we talked about art, self-fulfillment, and why he prefers to stay away from green rooms.
We linked up with Joel and Mike to talk about listening to records growing up, and the importance record collecting has held ever since.
We met up with Daniel to discuss the overwhelming impact enveloped in his first show.
We had a conversation with Vinnie Fiorello, the drummer and a founding member of Less Than Jake, right before the band's show at the historic Double Door in Chicago. Vinnie's been into collecting toys for a very long time, and creates his own line as a part of his Paper and Plastick Record & Supply Co.
Christopher of POP ETC sat down with us in the coat check room before their Chicago show, and talked about how his father introduced he and his brother to the art of production at a young age.
Lizzo sat down with us in the Subterranean green room to talk about her love of Pho, and we ended up hearing a little about her journey toward loving her body and giving it what it needs to be healthy.
We sat down with Sonia, who records as Doe Paoro, in the Lincoln Hall green room, where she talked about why she practices meditation and how finding silence helps connect her to the music.
We met SAVOY in their bus before their show at Concord Music Hall, where they told us stories about their spirit animals, the mountain lion and the bald eagle.
Australian guitarist Tommy Emmanuel, who received his first guitar at age 4 in 1959 and has been playing ever since, talked with us about how he continues to seek inspiration and strives to be better player and performer all the time. Coming from one of the best guitar players in the world, this was incredibly inspiring!
We hung out with Marcus and Pierre of RDGLDGRN in their van outside of Reggies, where they played FIFA and talked to us about soccer, racism, and their band's vibe of individuals unifying together.
Paul from Between the Buried and Me sat down with us before their show at House of Blues Chicago, where we talked about that magical caffeinated bean: coffee. Paul opened a coffee roasting company in Charlotte, North Carolina called Parliament Coffee Roasters.
We met up with Garrett Borns before his sold out Double Door show on November 14, 2015, where he talked to us about his childhood gig as a magician and how it was his first experience as a frontman.
We hung out with André of Remix Artist Collective on the bus before his show at Concord Music Hall on November 13, 2015, where he told us about his process for creating the Master Spy soundtrack using analog gear.
We sat down with Nikki Lane before her show at Double Door in Chicago, where she told us about how music and fashion have always been connected for her, and why her Nashville vintage store goes by the name, 'High Class Hillbilly.'
We met up with Britty and Brennan from Pity Sex before their show at Double Door in Chicago, where they talked to us about what it's like to be a both a touring band and have exhausting full time jobs back home in Ann Arbor.
We hung out down in the Schubas green room with Son Little, where he talked to us about baseball - and specifically Mets - fandom.
We met Shannon and the Clams in the green room above the stage at Subterranean, where they talked to us about what they love about animatronics and other things that toe the uncanny valley line.
We hung out with State Champs in their bus outside Riviera before their show on October 24, 2015, where they talked to us about their mutual obsession with snacks.
Outrun the Sunlight - "Red Bird"
Dial In – "RHXQ"
Outrun the Sunlight – "Stars in the Ocean"
AUDIOTREE MUSIC FESTIVAL
The Best of The Audiotree Music Festival 2015
The Fall of Troy - F.C.P.R.E.M.I.X.
And So I Watch You From Afar - Run Home & Wasps
AUDIOTREE IN AUSTIN 2015
CHON - Full Set in Austin, TX
Thomas Erak ft. CHON - Full Set in Austin, TX
Dustin Kensrue - Back to Back