The BassGorilla Podcast! Interviews with famous music producers and record label owners giving advice to music producers like you and me, for free!

You can pick up some secret production tips from many of your favourite artists by listening to these episodes, and discover new artists and learn how they approach their music making. Enjoy!


Episode 049 – Interview with Kid Kamillion

Hailing from the dirty south mecca of New Orleans, Bryan Normand, known by his 808 bass-slanging alter-ego Kid Kamillion, began his career in high school as he put down his skateboard and turned to spinnin’ records. By college he was curating an underground music movement throughout the south and began taking over the New Orleans […]


Episode 048 – Interview with Reid Speed

Reid Speed is recognized worldwide as a highly skilled drum & bass DJ as well as a pioneer of the hybrid-genre bass music movement. From her start at legendary NYC drum & bass store/label Breakbeat Science to founding her own labels Play Me Records and Play Me Too, she has remained a fan favorite DJ, […]


Episode 047 – Interview with Bentz

BENTZ first hit the the electronic music scene in 2012. Since then he has provided a steady stream of diverse music touching on genres including Trap, House, and even his own brand of Future Bass that incorporates complex music theory with ethereal and relaxing beats. Ben Crossgrove, also known as BENTZ is an accomplished Jazz […]


Episode 046 – Interview with Jay Robinson

Jay Robinson releases bass heavy beats on Night Bass. Jay’s productions have found their way into the sets and playlists of some of the world’s biggest names, with Armand Van Helden, Moby, Fake Blood, Laurent Garnier, DJ Q, Treasure Fingers, AC Slater, Zinc, and B Traits all regularly championing his tracks. He’s played sets in […]


Episode 045 – Interview with Mr. Bill Day

Mr. Bill (aka Bill Day), Is an Aussie born and Denver, Colorado based music producer. He probably doesn’t need to be introduced in electronic music circles as he is one of the hottest artists in the glitch hop scene. Here is Mr. Bill describing his own music, “it is a mix of unlatched, glitchy breakbeats, […]