The JamBase Podcast: Lettuce’s Adam Deitch

The JamBase Podcast: Lettuce’s Adam Deitch

Pay attention to an interview about the funk band’s new album, ‘Unify,’ and significantly extra.

By Staff JamBase Jun 23, 2022 11:57 am PDT

Episode 130 of The JamBase Podcast, a partner of the Osiris Media Community, characteristics an job interview with Lettuce‘s Adam Deitch. JamBase’s Andy Kahn interviewed the drummer about the band’s not too long ago produced studio album, Unify, and substantially extra.

Deitch spoke over a movie simply call from his dwelling in Colorado. The interview focused largely on the new Lettuce album, Unify, which came out on June 3rd. Deitch in depth earning the album in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic and maneuvering as a result of the worries it introduced. He discussed how the band can take a music from a demo and develops it into a thoroughly fashioned piece of songs.

The multi-proficient musician explained the wonderful knowledge of receiving to perform with the legendary funk bassist Bootsy Collins who seems on the Unify monitor “Keep The Funk Alive.” Deitch and his Lettuce bandmates have labored with a lot of legendary musicians around the several years, but Bootsy – a pioneer when it comes to funk new music – was amongst the all-time highlights for Deitch.

The job interview also touched on the other company who contributed to the document, such as Dumpstaphunk bassist Nick Daniels on “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” and Berklee professor Jeff Lockhart on guitar on “The Lock.”

Listen to listen to Deitch go into the band’s creative process, clarify how they converse in the studio, what led to them self-create Unify and the practical experience of performing with engineer Jesse O’Brien at Colorado Sound Studios. Individuals are just a couple of of the several subject areas included in the course of the pleasurable and insightful chat.

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