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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NOHO, MANHATTAN: Riddle us this: When is your first album not your debut album? The answer is…When you’re The Kin, and you’re in the studio recording your emotionally moving pop-rock creations with none other than Tony Visconti producing.
WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN: You don’t have to know all the heartache that went into the making of the album Gamma Rays Galaxy Rays Veda Rays to appreciate it. But there’s something about understanding the bitter joy that pulses through one of 2011’s most intoxicating rock albums that makes it all the Read more...
PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: Despite its neighborly demeanor, it’s known that Park Slope has an industrial backbone. Step off the R train at the Union Street stop, walk a few blocks down, and suddenly you’re in something like no-man’s land. Welcome to BC Studio.
WEST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: Purity is an incredibly risky thing to re-interpret. But Richard Barone has pulled it off with his new album, Glow, taking a new look at the core of pop music and then sharing the view with the rest of us.