Indie Buzz

Dec 1, 2004

LOG ON TO THE WEB TO STARE AT THE SON (VOLT) Jay Farrar returned to his St. Louis studio to record the first Son Volt album since the 1998 release, Wide...

"The Unbroken Circle"

Nov 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

It has been quite an emotional couple of years for producer John Carter Cash. In May 2003, his mother, singer June Carter Cash, died unexpectedly, a week...

Flying (Almost) Solo

Nov 1, 2004, By Elianne Halbersberg

Lenny Kravitz has taken up 80 percent of my adult life, says engineer Henry Hirsch without so much as a trace of cynicism in his voice. When I met him,...

Presidents Promise, Love Everybody

Nov 1, 2004

Just in time for this month's elections, 90s hitmakers Presidents of the United States of America reunited to record the 14 playful guitar-pop gems on...

Sonic Wave Thunders With Earthride

Nov 1, 2004

The hills and valleys of Raleigh, N.C., rumbled and quaked this fall when doom-metal band Earthride visited Sonic Wave Studios to record their second...

Vanessa Williams Wraps Siilver & Gold at Sound on Sound

Nov 1, 2004

Pop singer Vanessa Williams and producer Rob Mathes chose Sound on Sound Recording (New York City) to record and mix her forthcoming Christmas album,...

Ben Kweller Plays With Gravity

Nov 1, 2004

Melodic rocker Ben Kweller stopped by Gravity Studios (Chicago) to mix five songs for Chicago's Q-101's TBA radio show, promoting his current tour and...

Track Sheet

Nov 1, 2004

NORTHWEST Bongo Post & Music (Sacramento, CA) creative director Bob Smith recently mixed, edited and scored music for the Welcome to California tourism...

Classic Tracks: Tower of Power's "What Is Hip"

Nov 1, 2004, By Maureen Droney

Oakland, Calif., at the beginning of the 1970s was light years removed from the residual Summer of Love vibe still hanging on across the Bay in more affluent...

Tom Lord-Alge Hits the South Beach

Nov 1, 2004, Compiled by Sarah Benzuly

Indie artist Sylvia Tosun booked time at South Beach Studios (Miami) with mixer Tom Lord-Alge (Avril Lavigne, Peter Gabriel, Faith Hill) and producer...

New Bands Rev Up With Audio Engine

Oct 1, 2004

Audio Engine, considered one of Manhattan's most active audio post facilites, is now recruiting independent bands and student filmmaker projects. We are...

PIE Studios Is So Last Week

Oct 1, 2004

Producer/engineer Brian Malouf (Dave Matthews, Eve 6) stopped in PIE Studios (Glen Cove, N.Y.) to track a few songs for Last Week's forthcoming Sony Records...

Don't Masque Your Excitement

Oct 1, 2004, Compiled By Sarah Benzuly

Scott Kalata (right) of Masque Sound & Recording (East Rutherford, N.J.) presented a Neumann M149 Jubilee edition microphone to long-standing customer...

Jam Band Axeman Warren Haynes

Oct 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

So you think you're busy? How'd you like to be in Warren Haynes' shoes? The prodigiously talented guitarist/singer/songwriter is having quite a year,...

Ray Charles

Oct 1, 2004, By Blair Jackson

It somehow seems fitting that Ray Charles' swan song, a duets album on Concord Records called Genius Loves Company, finds the legendary singer creatively...

What is Hip?

Oct 1, 2004

Sy Klopps Studios in San Francisco welcomed a Tower of Power reunion recently when the original horn section, along with bassist Francis Rocco Prestia,...

Chuck D Enters the Threshold

Oct 1, 2004

Public Enemy's Chuck D stopped in Threshold Sound + Vision (Los Angeles) to oversee mixes for Power to the People and the Videos, a DVD featuring more...

Track Sheet

Oct 1, 2004

NORTHEAST Joss Stone, Lonestar, Maroon 5, Story of the Year and others performed for Sessions@AOL at Avatar (NYC) with engineers Greg Thompson and Anthony...

Singer/Songwriter Nellie McKay

Sep 1, 2004, By Matt Hurwitz

Criticaly acclaimed singer-songwriter Nellie McKay got to work with one of the recording world’s best on her first album—former Beatles engineer Geoff Emerick, who talks about the project....

Ben Harper & The Blind Boys of Alabama

Sep 1, 2004, By David John Farinella

Ben Harper is standing in front of the vintage Neve 8068 console at Capitol Studios' Studio B feeding lyrics to Blind Boy of Alabama Clarence Fountain....

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