Always an avid listener and collector of hip hop, jazz, and soul music, Freddie Joachim is in the house! He's got a new album "Beyond The Sea Of Trees” coming out next month so he sits down with Cello to discuss his commitment to having patience within the music industry, why he switched from a computer to an MPC and his view on soulful producers collaborating with trap rappers. Freddie talks about the deep gentrification barrier of hip hop, working with J. Cole, his upbringing, and we touch upon L.A. culture involving Nipsey Hussle (R.I.P.). His audio podcast, Fredcast, is now available on iTunes, and Spotify.Show Website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.comShow will be uploaded at 12 Midnight Central following show releaseFollow us on social mediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/hlnfradionetworkTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/HLNF_BulletinInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/heartlandnewsfeedMastadon: https://liberdon.com/@heartlandnewsfeedDiscord: https://discord.gg/6b6u6DTSupport us with your financial supportStreamlabs: https://streamlabs.com/heartlandmediaPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/heartlandmediaSquare Cash: https://cash.app/$heartlandnewsfeedPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/heartlandnewsfeedCrypto via 1UpCoin: https://1upcoin.com/donate/heartlandmedia
Always an avid listener and collector of hip hop, jazz, and soul music, Freddie Joachim is in the house! He's got a new album "Beyond The Sea Of Trees” coming out next month so he sits down with Cello to discuss his commitment to having patience within the music industry, why he switched from a computer to an MPC and his view on soulful producers collaborating with trap rappers. Freddie talks about the deep gentrification barrier of hip hop, working with J. Cole, his upbringing, and we touch upon L.A. culture involving Nipsey Hussle (R.I.P.). His audio podcast, Fredcast, is now available on iTunes, and Spotify. Visit the website: https://www.bedroombeethovens.com/ Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bedroombeethovens
Tracklisting 01. Golden Temple (Feat. Mar) 02. Vikter Duplaix - In The Middle Of You (Freddie Joachim Remix) 03. Choklate - Love It (Freddie Joachim Remix) 04. Alicia Keys - Feeling U, Feeling Me (Freddie Joachim Remix) 05. Hours 06. To Remind Us (Feat. Miles Bonny) 07. Monk Higgins - One Man Band (Plays All Alone) 08. Freddie Joachim - Waves 09. Joey Bada$$ - Waves 10. J. Cole - False Prophets (Be Like This) 11. The Fallen Idol 12. K, Le Maestro x Freddie Joachim - Sugar 13. Magic In Threes - Beatin' Tha Breaks (Freddie Joachim Remix) 14. Braille - Cooling Out (Instrumental) 15. The Paranorml - Keep It Moving (Instrumental) 16. The Upstarts - Grand Design (Feat. Grap Luva & Kev Brown) 17. Priceless 18. The Generations 19. Toro y Moi - Day One (Freddie Joachim Remix) 20. Ride 21. Sexual Chocolate 22. Make Love Interlude 23. Jill Scott - Golden (Freddie Joachim Remix) 24. Run (Interlude for Dilla) 25. We Wrote A Song About It 26. Breeze 27. Kool In The Summer 28. Mist 29. And You Don't Stop 30. Question & Freddie Joachim - My Breakdown Lady 31. Freddie Joachim - Circles 32. One More Night 33. Summertime 34. Mos Def - Travellin' Man (Freddie Joachim Remix) 35. Muneshine - Venus & Mars (Freddie Joachim Remix) 36. Arruga De Agua (Remix) 37. Question & Freddie Joachim - A Maze 38. Someone 39. Slum Village - Get Dis Money (Freddie Joachim Remix 2) 40. Natalie Oliveri - Treasure (Freddie Joachim Remix) 41. Patrice Rushen - Remind 42. She Reminds Me 43. Rain Fall 44. Floetry - SupaStar feat. Common (Freddie Joachim Remix) 45. Submotion Orchestra - All Yours (Freddie Joachim Remix) deux 46. Call Out My Name 47. Whispers 48. If It's Okay 49. Keep Lovin' (Feat. Carlitta Durand) 50. Slakah The Beatchild - Bare Naked (Freddie Joachim Remix) 51. D'Angelo - Left & Right (Freddie Joachim Remix) 52. Doppelganger (Feat. Qstn) 53. Childhood Memories 54. Meditation 55. Common - The Light feat. Erykah (Freddie Joachim Remix) 56. Autumn Rain 57. Doinit ('Til the End) 58. Q-Tip - For The Nasty feat. Busta Rhymes (Freddie Joachim Remix) 59. Evil Needle - Vibin' (Feat. Freddie Joachim) 60. Awake 61. Sand 62. Soul Airlines - Poussière 63. Can't Say 64. Sauced 65. When You Look At The Moon 66. Summer Breeze 67. Sweep Away My Sorrow
Meet The Movement #006: Freddie Joachim & Yusai of Mellow Orange [Interview]
▶ Discover: @melloworange▶ Read part one of the interview via Artistic Manifesto soon.Don’t let Mellow Orange’s relaxed and often easy-going musical output fool you, it’s one of the hardest-working labels in the industry. Started by Bay Area DJ Yusai Goda it quickly became a duo with his friend, musician and DJ Freddie Joachim joining soon after. From there the label has since expanded to a comfortable size, the roster isn’t massive but that’s a testament to how much importance they place in friendships and the bonds between artists before music even enters the conversation. The concept of being real is inherently a part of Mellow Orange, and is integral to why it’s remained on the tips of tongues since it was founded six years ago.I recently spoke to the pair on their own musical origins, the importance of keeping your brand honest and more.
The Diamond Soul XXXperience 037 // Freddie Joachim Interview | 01.29.16
Tonight's Diamond Soul XXXperience features prolific producer Freddie Joachim, who I place in my top 10 favorite producers list. You may have heard him on Joey Badass 2015 B4.Da.$$ or read about him on Okayfuture's best Erykah Badu remixes post. I sit down with him and find out what producers he's listening to, discuss technology and find out who he would like to work with. Listen and enjoy then rate, review and subscribe on iTunes--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bamalovesoul-radio/support
Freddie Joachim talks digging for records, keys to happiness, and advice for new artists
The Come Up Show
Mellow Orange producer/deejay Freddie Joachim joins The Come Up Show Podcast to talk about digging for records, keys to happiness, advice for new artists, and much more.Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes: bit.ly/TCUSiTunesMake sure to follow us if you have a SoundCloud account or subscribe to our mailing list so you dont miss anything! bit.ly/tcusnewsletterSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thecomeupshow. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eclectic Soul 17 w/ Freddie Joachim, Romare, Nightmare On Wax, CJ Fly, Bibio, Quantic and more
At the end of the summer I went on a trip to the west coast of the US. It was highly inspiring and I think it affected me deeply. Especially San Francisco. I came back home with a fascinating book bought at City Lights : How Music Works by David Byrne.