April 4th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
A couple of weeks ago, a good friend watched her laptop’s screen in horror, as a complete stranger began uploading her entire concert from the night before onto YouTube.
She hadn’t seen this unknown cameraman, filming from the middle of the audience with a shaky, low-res cell-phone camera and capturing Read more...
April 7th, 2011 by Justin Colletti
PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN: We know what you’re thinking. You’ve seen this name somewhere before. And not only on the marquee of the Apollo or littered among the best of your old soul 45s: this James Brown‘s engineering credits appear on records alongside iconic producers including Butch Vig, Alan Moulder, Read more...
April 3rd, 2011 by George Walker Petit
I ride the 6 train sometimes, and it’s loud. The New York subway experience is degrading and filthy at worst, just plain noisy and jarring at best. Part of the NYC gig.
Now hear this: George Petit Walker is phoning your head.
I also attend a neighborhood gym, and often Read more...
September 8th, 2010 by David Weiss
Facility Name: Sundlaugin Studio
Sundlaugin's famed swimming pool-cum-live room
Location: Mosfellsbaer, Iceland
How to Get Here from NYC: JFK to Keflavik Airport, then 40 minutes drive towards Reykjavik.
Where You Can Stay Once You Get Here: Hotel Laxnes, five minute walk from the studio. Or any hotel in Read more...
July 11th, 2010 by David Weiss
BOUERUM HILL, BROOKLYN: Notable American artists always feel like a find, and that’s just what’s found with Tracy Bonham’s new Masts of Manhatta.
Tracy Bonham is on schedule.
Yes, admit it, that the woman who got your attention with her voice and violin on “Mother Mother” – way back in Read more...