Talk about exiting your comfort zone. Brooklyn post-punk band Butter the Children were a million miles from home in Austin, TX, recording a song they had never heard before – because it hadn’t been written yet.
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FINANCIAL DISTRICT, MANHATTAN: Putting a new spin on a classic can be a very risky endeavor. Unless you have no choice, that is – in which case you may as well gyrate away with everything you’ve got.
The latest episode of Dubway Days debuted this week on BreakThru Radio, featuring singer-songwriter Ximena Sariñana and Brooklyn-based producer Alex Wong.
Dubway Days‘ ongoing concept is , “Two Artists…One Day…One Song.” In this five-part episode, Read more...
Premiering today on BreakThru Radio, the latest episode of Dubway Days features best-selling author Wesley Stace aka musician/songwriter John Wesley Harding.
Dubway Days‘ tagline, “Two Artists…One Day…One Song,” sums up the mechanics of the show, but its drama hinges on Read more...
BreakThru Radio has announced the premiere of its new web-TV show, “Dubway Days”, which documents the creative process of musicians and songwriters as two artists meet in a recording studio to write and record a song in a single day.