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In Mission:Music's 16th episode, Stefan and Jason talk to Containher about her upcoming show with Jason's band Great Highway. The three get into the inevitable closure of music venues and if time sharing a venue could work now more than ever. We also get to hear a few singles from Containher and if Stefan will...
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In Mission:Music's 14th episode, the guys talk to McKay who, among many other projects, has helped produce for Great Highway. The four get into what it's like for McKay to produce and help musicians record remotely, how the iPad is revolutionizing sound design, and finding visual artists for music videos. In between, we get to...
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Balanced Breakfast's podcast Mission:Music is back and broadcasting via ZOOM! In our first online show, and twelfth episode overall, we talk to Bay Area band Alvie & The Breakfast Pigs about the pandemic and what it's like to be a musician during this mess. Highlights include what it's like taking a dump in green rooms...
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Kalib and Tim from Audio Terrorist talk with Mission:Music about writing a song to a friend going through cancer treatment, telling an inspiring story, and play a few tunes in between. The group also recap the latest Balanced Breakfast Summit and how to run a quality panel.
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Andrew Levin talks with Mission:Music about changing genres, producing music for video games, vulnerability, and unhealthy use of synthesizers. The group also gets into the Balanced Breakfast Summit, SXSW, and many more musings.
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Half Measure & Savegabe talk with Mission:Music about being a musician in Napa and how it compares to San Francisco. Other topics include the problems with Bottle Rock Festival, New Year's resolutions, and Hot Cheetos! 
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In the eighth episode of MISSION:MUSIC, Aliza Hava & Mark Pearson talk about how a law meant to combat the gig economy could possibly affect independent musicians. Aliza also gives us a few beautiful acoustic songs and we get into a lot of randomnesses, as always: how Mark got fired from a radio station, Stefan...
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In the seventh episode of MISSION:MUSIC, Adam Brookes & Leanne of New Spell join the crew to talk about each of their histories as musicians and play a few songs for the show. Topics include how to tell the difference between organic sounds and electronically made ones, growing out of the sounds you started out...
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In the sixth episode of MISSION:MUSIC, MAAYAN joins in on the show to talk about her history: being born in SF, growing up in Tel Aviv, having a long stint in NY, and finally coming back to The Bay. We also get a few beautiful songs in between
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In the fifth episode of MISSION:MUSIC, we sit down with Panic is Perfect to talk about their comeback show to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at Bottom of the Hill on November 2. We get into what they've been up to, our thoughts on acapella groups, and get a few exclusive songs from the...
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In the fourth episode of MISSION:MUSIC, Stefan, Jason, and Cory are in talks with guest, Jamie Freedman of Pandora. The group talks about Jamie's past all the way to her current role at Pandora as well as other topics at the interaction of music and technology.
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In the third episode of MISSION:MUSIC, Balanced BreakFEST veteran, Fellow Vessel, is the guest. Talks range from figuring out the difference between major and minor to Fellow Vessel's bromance with another band! 
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