Classical guitarist Claudio Paciocco has been coming to Dubway to record some beautiful music (Giochi Proibiti) with engineer Sam Palumbo this spring. Take a listen below...
Dubway Studios recorded a string quartet for a major artist on the Warner Bros. label, late this March 2018. Producer Aja Grant and engineer Bea Go worked in the Mezzanine studio to record strings (and piano) for one song to be placed on the artist's upcoming album.
Aja Grant is a producer and pianist/keyboardist, known for his work in Brooklyn R&B band Phony Ppl, and production work on Mac Miller's latest album, The Divine Feminine. Grant has also played on tours, with Phony Ppl, backing major Interscope artist Kali Uchis, rapper Theophilus London, and Fetty Wap on Jimmy Kimmel.
We are very delighted to share the news that Rhumba-produced children's podcast, Season Isle and Remy's Place have been given recognition by the highly-acclaimed Parents' Choice Awards!
Season Isle has been awarded a Parents' Choice Silver Honor Award(Category: Audio, Subcategory: Storytelling); and Remy's Place has been awarded a Parents' Choice Recommended Award (Category: Audio, Subcategory: Music).
The two podcasts can be found and heard exclusively on Panoply's children's podcast division, Pinna Audio.
Congratulations to everyone involved on all the hard work and creative energy put into these shows!
Book Club, in theaters May 18th by Paramount Pictures, marks the directorial debut of producer/screenwriter Bill Holderman (A Walk in the Woods, The Company You Keep), from a screenplay by Holderman and Erin Simms. Book Club stars Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T. Nelson, Andy Garcia and Don Johnson. Peter Nashel, of Duotone Audio Group, and known for his work on Definitely, Maybe, Carriers and Great Expectations, was hired to compose the score for the film.
Watch the trailer of the upcoming movie below.
Argentinian modern tango artist Jimena Fama was in studio working with engineer Russell Castiglione and drummer Tommy Hartman to record drums for her newest upcoming release, Ecos de Buenos Aires: Symphonic Sessions, Live from Buenos Aires. The album features the highly acclaimed La Sinfonica Argentina (Symphony of Argentina).
The project will be a symphonic adaptation of her debut album Ecos De Buenos Aires, which was completely composed, produced and recorded by Fama herself. The new smyphonic album is described by Fama as "a sensitive and powerful journey that discovers the encounter of Electronic and Classical music providing an innovative artistic experience."
Jimena Fama is composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer from Buenos Aires based in New York and London. Her music can be found on all music retailer platforms and has been featured in a variety of shows on television including Dancing with the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance and commercials for GUESS.
Here are some photos from the session below...
John Luther Adams was back at it with our chief engineer Nathaniel Reichman, this time producing his latest release Everything That Rises. Reichman recorded the illustrious JACK Quartet's performance of the album at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in July 2017, and edited and mixed the recording at Dubway, Montana, and Delmar. The album is newly released by Cold Blue Music.
Adams writes about this composition: “Everything That Rises, my fourth quartet, grew out of Sila: The Breath of the World—a concert-length choral/orchestral work composed on a rising series of sixteen harmonic clouds. This music traverses that same territory, but in a much more melodic way. Each musician is a soloist, playing throughout. Time floats and the lines spin out, always rising, in acoustically perfect intervals that grow progressively smaller as they spiral upward…until the music dissolves into the soft noise of the bows, sighing.”
John Luther Adams, a Pulitzer Prize and a Grammy Award winning composer, is a long-time associate of Cold Blue; his music has appeared on six of the label’s previous CDs.
Happy Friday, Dubway family! Valentine's Day is officially over and we've got a special (Un-happy Valentine's Day) treat for you.
Alternative Rock/pop singer and songwriter Mori released her latest single "All My Girlfriends Have Boyfriends" this week, along with its music video.
The pop-punk jam, according to Mori, serves as a "bratty ode to female friendship." She tells The Noise, “I wrote this song to sort of embrace how it feels to be the only one in a group of friends who is single but not because I wanted a boyfriend of my own ... I just missed my friends and wanted them back!“
The single was recorded and mixed by engineer Sam Palumbo at here at Dubway Studios.
You can stream the song on Spotify and watch the official music video below.
The women's chorus, HERmonics, spent some time in our Mezzanine studio to record and film a performance of the original song, "She Was Warned," written by Catherine Aks. The session was engineered and filmed by Zac Suskevich.
Along with colleague Courtney Birch, Aks conducted HERmonics in the opening ceremonies of the Women’s March on NYC on January 21, 2017. A few weeks later, outraged at the disrespectful treatment of Senator Elizabeth Warren by a fellow senator, she composed “She Was Warned” in her honor.
HERmonics was formed after the 2016 election in NYC to bring together female voices in song for justice and equality at the Women's March on NYC on January 21, 2017.