The Pinch Music Podcast

Hosted by Nick Angelo “The Ear”, Engineer/Musician E Scott Lindner, and genius Jim Panels, this podcast is made for musicians, engineers, producers, and music lovers of all kind! Not only do we dive deep into the world of making music in the recording studio, we also talk about living as a musician, engineer, and/or artist. We have heated debates on musical taste, curate playlists, and also feature live performances recorded at our beautiful studio in New York City, Pinch Recording.

Meet The Hosts

Nick Angelo

Nick’s eclectic taste in music and ear for talent has helped bring musicians of all genres to Pinch Recording. A former musician himself, (trumpet) and DJ, Nick has a unique appreciation for all things music. You’ll most likely find him at a live music venue somewhere in the country listening to and enjoying the live performance of whatever artist, band, or DJ on stage. Quick to hand out his business card, Nick loves helping artists who he believes has the “Pinch Recording sound.” “The Ear” is also responsible for brand awareness and marketing for the studio, as well as producer and co-host of The Pinch Music Podcast as hear on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and iHeart Radio.

 

 
 

Scott Lindner

E Scott Lindner is a New York City based recording engineer, studio owner, and guitarist, working professionally in the music industry since 2000. After graduating from the Sheffield Institute of Recording Arts, he moved to New York City where he got an internship at the legendary Right Track Recording. 6 months later, he was promoted to assistant engineer and began working with some of the industries top artist, such as David Bowie, Pat Metheny, and Mariah Carey, just to name a few. After gaining the professional knowledge needed to work with such artists, Scott went freelance and began working in studios all around the city and country.

Jim Panels

Jim is a keyboard player specializing in synthesizers. Playing piano since a young age, he found a love of synthesizers 10 years ago and hasn’t looked back since