How does a producer get to grow along with an artist, when they work together on consecutive albums? As it turns out, the return experience can be enormously enlightening for parties on both sides of the glass. That‚Äôs certainly true of NYC‚Äôs The NowhereNauts, which have blasted off 2013 … Read More
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SoHo/WEST SIDE, MANHATTAN: Why record your debut album at one slammin‚Äô NYC studio when a dozen would do? That‚Äôs what the NYC rock three-piece The NowhereNauts thought as they attacked the making of their stirring, wise-beyond-their-years self-titled release that came out this week.
NORTH BROOKLYN: Our neighborhood studio tour continues with four more decidedly uncommon studios in North Brooklyn. We talked to the owners of Strange Weather, Headgear, Metrosonic, and the Fort about sessions, toys, and building an active niche in this teeming slice of the city.
It’s been a minute since we checked in with The Magic Shop, one of NYC’s favorite, longest-standing recording studios. Here’s what’s been happening:Moby at The Magic Shop’s custom wrap-around Neve series 80 console. Photo posted at Moby’s blog
Loads of great music being made at Stratosphere Studios this Fall. Fountains of Wayne tracked their fifth record in Studio A with Stratosphere’s chief engineer, Geoff Sanoff. The band’s currently adding finishing touches in Studio B.