Shed your skin, begin again. It happens everywhere in nature, and as it turns out, in Brooklyn too. At Transmitter Park Studio, the renewal was only clear to owner Abe Seiferth and his crew after they wrought major changes to their airy Greenpoint facility and made a discovery: This was no longer the studio known […]
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NYC-based Round Hill Music (Andreas Carlsson, Umphrey’s McGee) has signed an exclusive worldwide publishing joint venture with the indie record label, Mexican Summer (Best Coast, Washed Out). Under the venture, Round Hill Music and Mexican Summer will be combining creative forces to provide publishing services to signed songwriters and artists on the Brooklyn-based indie label, as well as “teaming […]
We find The Killers, Mark Foster, Wale, Kid Koala, The Vaccines, Kurt Vile and more cranking on Fall and Winter releases.
Recently at Fluxivity, Nat Priest’s Neve 8048-equipped Williamsburg studio… Matt Mays and engineer/producer Ted Young overdubbed and mixed for Mays’ upcoming album. Young mixed down to Fluxivity’s Ampex ATR 100 analog tape machine. Blonde Redhead drummer Simone Pace produced sessions for Grammy-nominated vocalist Juan Son, recording and mixing songs for a forthcoming album for the […]
The upcoming TV On The Radio record, Nine Types of Light — due out April 12 on Interscope Records — was largely recorded at Headgear in Brooklyn last May. TVOTR’s David Andrew Sitek produced the sessions, with engineer Zeph Sowers tracking. Headgear’s Scott F. Norton also engineered a couple of days of tracking sessions with […]