July 7th, 2011 by Justin Colletti
“I think it’s my most intuitive record,” says Sondre Lerche. “It was fast. Super fast.”
There’s a boyish charm about this Norwegian-born songwriter that’s hard to miss. In person, Lerche is immediately engaging. Sandy-haired, with a quirky kind of handsomeness and perpetually lopsided smile, he bounces subtly in Read more...
June 16th, 2011 by Janice Brown
Brooklyn correspondent Justin Colletti listens to new releases every day of the week except Sunday. Here, he shares the twelve Spring releases that best broke through the noise and captured his imagination.
1. Booker T. Jones – The Road From Memphis
From 1962 to 1970, Booker T. served as one Read more...
February 3rd, 2011 by Justin Colletti
This week, we visited Rare Book Room Studios in Greenpoint to spend an afternoon with producer Nicolas Vernhes and Norwegian-born songwriter Sondre Lerche.
Nicolas Vernhes (left) and Sondre Lerche inside Rare Book Room Studios in Greenpoint
Vernhes, who’s explored distinctive and sometimes jarring sounds with Dirty Projectors, Black Dice, and Read more...