January 24th, 2013 by Justin Colletti
The year 2012 was a late-career landmark for Philip Glass.
In the beginning of the year, the composer celebrated his 75th¬†birthday with the premiere of a new symphony and the first major production of his 1976 opera Einstein on the Beach in ten years.
By December, Beck had curated … Read More
November 28th, 2012 by Janice Brown
FORT GREENE:¬†There‚Äôs something kind of meta about Elska: Middle of Nowhere, a new concept album about an enchanting new children‚Äôs character.
Elska ‚Äď an arctic adventurer who‚Äôs discovered a newly formed volcanic island ‚Äď has a pioneering mind as we learn in the album‚Äôs opening song; her story … Read More
February 23rd, 2012 by Justin Colletti
Atlantic Sound Studios
I had every reason to expect a good view when I walked in to Atlantic Sound Studios. It’s in a highrise commercial building at the end of Jay Street in DUMBO, only footsteps away from the water. I had seen pictures of the studio online and … Read More
October 13th, 2011 by Justin Colletti
This week, we count down to our AES presentation ‚ÄúThe Studio As An Instrument‚ÄĚ with panelist Damian Taylor (The Prodigy, Arcade Fire, Austra) who tells us about using custom interfaces and robotic instruments to create Bj√∂rk’s Biophilia.
When Damian Taylor tells me about the making of Bj√∂rk’s Biophilia… 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, … Read More