Tony Grey, renowned virtuoso bassist, tracked a rhythm section for his next album. The stellar section included Mark Guiliana (drums), Gregoire Maret (harmonica), Romain Collin (piano), and John Shannon (guitar).
John Findlay was tracking his new album , "In2 the Spirit," a compilation of modern jazz/blues/fusion takes on traditional Christmas songs. Hot off a tour with Steely Dan, and gearing up for a another with guitarist (and Dubway recordist) Wayne Krantz, legendary drummer Keith Carlock was banging the skins on the session. Look for it on iTunes this Christmas.
The spacious & beautiful Mezzanine studio was also used for a couple of live video shoots - Brooklyn’s indy rockers The Disappointment shot a great performance video, and Elizabeth Chan (currently fighting her way to success on Failure Club) performed one of her many Christmas songs for a WPIX film crew.
Rolling Stone describes her as, "Ella Fitzgerald on speed beating the shit out of Regina Spektor." That’s Stephanie Nilles in a nutshell. A collection of sea shanties make up her upcoming album, "Takes a Big Ship," which she recorded at Dubway. She set herself up in the Mezzanine studio for a week, with her 4 piece band, to track everything live - including her vocal performance from behind the piano. Engineer Mike Judeh ran the session.
Dubway’s location audio team was engaged in numerous shoots around town, including a couple of weeks in Brooklyn on a new webisode, entitled "East WillyB," East WillyB chronicles the comic adventures of colorful cast of characters in the hispanic community of a gentrifying berg.
A new live-action PBS series, "Odd Squad," has now been green-lighted for production. Inner Dog Productions led the production team, tapping Dubway’s sound designer Keith Rigling and mixer Nathaniel Reichman to handle the audio post on the pilot.