A highlight of the 2012 Scion Music(less) Music Conference was a series of in-depth one-on-one conversations with Drop the Lime, Frank Kozik, Dave Sardy and Doug Pray—a collection of intensely creative individuals who have maintained a level-headed approach to the business side of their industries.
We filmed these discussions and now you can preview some segments from them.
Drop the Lime, is a producer, DJ, bandleader, label owner and party promoter who is one of the founders of Brooklyn’s Trouble & Bass crew. He spoke with Christopher Roberts about how he has evolved Trouble & Bass as an entity and his own performance style over the course of his career.
Dave Sardy is a veteran music producer who has found a new career in composing music for films. He and Miles Raymer discussed what approaches to working with a team can be applied to both mediums.
Doug Pray is a veteran documentary director, whose filmography includes Hype!, Scratch, and Art & Copy. He explained to Chris Cruse how that the best music documentaries don’t even require the viewer to be a fan of the music that’s being examined.