March 21st, 2013 by Justin Colletti
Dungeon Beach Studios is aptly-named. To enter, you must first find a nondescript steel door on an industrial stretch of North 3rd Street, just a few blocks from Williamsburg’s main strip.
From there, you descend into a spartan cement basement, dreary and austere, and walk a few paces to find Read more...
June 28th, 2012 by Justin Colletti
When we last checked in with producer/engineer Ben Rice, he was working out of a “glorified home studio” called Newkirk Recording, where he tracked indie rock bands like The Mooney Suzuki, as well as an assortment of aspiring singer-songwriters and small jazz groups.
Since then, business has been brisk enough Read more...
June 10th, 2012 by David Weiss
DUMBO, BROOKLYN: Have you heard the tale of Two Tims?
DUMBO -- and the world beyond -- is Tim Lee's oyster.
One Tim is a studio addict, whose creative biorythms are pulsating 24/7. The other Tim is a multitasking businessman, whose musical passions made him an unplanned parent of a Read more...
April 10th, 2012 by David Weiss
Virtue and Vice, the Brooklyn studio launched in 2011 by Anthony “Rocky” Gallo, has installed a 24-channel Neve 5315 console for production, mixing, and tracking.
A lucky Neve 5315 has a new home in Brooklyn.
According to Gallo, his newly added studio centerpiece is circa the late 1970’s, and loaded Read more...
August 22nd, 2011 by David Weiss
GREENPOINT, BROOKLYN: There’s no substitute for experience, a fact that Anthony “Rocky” Gallo is taking firmly into account as he expands the buzzing Brooklyn studio scene by another degree. His addition to the Broken Land’s soundscape: Virtue and Vice, a just-right room that he’s growing in Greenpoint.
Virtue and Vice Read more...