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Rebroadcast: Bay Area's John Vanderslice Stays True to Analog and Indie Artists

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 (Autumn de Wilde)

We meet John Vanderslice. The musician and record producer helped put out groundbreaking records from indie bands such as Death Cab for Cutie, Spoon and The Mountain Goats. His San Francisco recording studio Tiny Telephone focuses on analog production techniques, and aims to keep the cost of production affordable for up-and-coming bands.

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John Vanderslice, songwriter, musician & producer; owner of Tiny Telephone studios

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