EMI/Capitol recording artist Corinne
Bailey Rae (www.corinnebaileyrae.net ) performed this month at New York City's Hiro Ballroom for the hit PBS series "Live from the
Artist's Den." The Grammy-winning singer/songwriter
is promoting her highly anticipated 2nd album "The
Sea". Rae's self-titled debut, released
on EMI in 2006, sold 1.9 million copies in
the United States and spent 71 weeks on the Billboard
200. The record won her three Grammy Award nominations and two MOBO Awards. Rae's
sophomore release will be available in record stores and
at Starbucks nationwide from January 26th. Rae is currently the cover story for January's
2010 Billboard Magazine and is lining up further
dates for a tour in the States and Europe to begin in April.
While this episode of "Live From The Artist's
Den" does not yet have an official air date,
it will soon be available at Hulu.com.
Dubway's own Mike Judeh recorded the audio for the
show while Keith Rigling and Jason Marcucci mixed the performance back at Dubway Studios.
Also performing live in New York City this month was Kedar
Entertainment/Universal artist Joe (www.kedar.com/joe).
The Grammy-nominated and platinum selling
performer appeared as part of the popular Apple iTunes music series "Live From Soho". Dubway Studios
previously recorded the singer and songwriter back in September
for the VH1 Soul Stage and he continues to
tour in support of his second solo album "Signature".Joe has collaborated with stars such as Mariah
Carey, Brian McKnight, producer Vincent Herbert
(Lady Gaga, Destiny's Child) and is currently working
on a record with singer Ayoade Adeyinka. Dubway
engineers Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh recorded
the performance with assistant Angad Bains, while Jason Marcucci mixed the audio at Dubway Studios.
Finally, Dubway Studios worked this month with ad agency BBDO tracking live sound for the Starbucks
Love Project. The project was the culmination of
a partnership between (RED) and Starbucks in support of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS.
Since the project's inception over a year ago, seven million
daily doses of anti-retroviral AIDS medication have been
distributed via the sale of (RED) products
through Starbucks. On Monday December 7th, Starbucks planned and produced a "Global
Sing Along" where musicians worldwide joined together
in a live performance of The Beatles' classic "All You Need Is Love." The performance was
live-streamed from numerous different locations around the
world to the Starbucks Love Project website
and an edited version of the video can be viewed here: http://starbucksloveproject.com.
Dubway engineer Chris Abell tracked the audio for
the New York segment of the project assisted by Chris
Starbucks Love Project
Corinne Bailey Rae
The Apple iTunes music series "Live
From Soho" featured several artists this month including
South African Windup Records group Civil
In town for a show at the Grand Ballroom opening
for label mates Evanescence, the band are
currently on tour promoting their self titled Sophomore
release. Several songs from their 2007 debut album "Human" were featured in prime-time television shows, including "One Tree Hill" and "House".
Atlanta based band and Favorite Gentlemen Recordings group The Manchester Orchestra (www.themanchesterorchestra.com)
also performed at the store and are currently touring in
support of their second album "Everything to Nothing" which was co-produced by Joe Chiccarelli (The
Shins, My Morning Jacket, The Racounteurs) & Dan
Hannon. The Manchester Orchestra has
performed on several television shows, including the Late
Show with David Letterman, Late Night with
Conan O'Brien, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Hip-Hop legend Rakim (www.rakim.com)
was also featured at the store this month and was in town
on tour with artists Ghostface Killah and Brother Ali in support of his third solo
album "The Seventh Seal" released this month
on his own independent label "G&E Trust".
Now nearing twenty years at the top of Hip-Hop's Greatest
list, the Long Island, NY native has been universally cited
as one of the genres most influential pioneers, with musical
tributes from artists such as Tupac Shakur, Eminem and Jay-Z. Dubway engineers Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh recorded all three live performances
assisted by Chris Camilleri and Angad Bains while Jason Marcucci mixed all the audio back at
Limewire was back at Dubway tracking Canadian
indie pop band The Hidden Cameras for their
series "Live at Lime." The band just released
their fourth studio album "Origin:Orphan" on
Toronto-based label "Arts and Crafts Productions"and
are touring internationally in support of the record. Frontman
and writer Joel Gibb also designs the CD covers
and stage sets for the band and since his live debut in
a Toronto West End art gallery in 2001, a rotating cast
of regulars and special guests has contributed to recordings,
videos, and live performances across North America and Europe.
The session was tracked and mixed by Dubway engineer Stephen
Schappler assisted by Chris Camilleri and is
coming soon to the Limewire store (www.store.limewire.com/store)
Dubway Studios was also a proud sponsor of the New
York Songwriters Circle this month (www.songwriters-circle.com).
Modeled after the famous "Writers in the Round" nights at Nashville's Bluebird Cafe, the circle (produced
and directed by Singer/Songwriter Tina Shafer)
has been producing bi-monthly shows at the legendary Bitter
End club in New York City's West Village for over
19 years. Showcasing artists such as Norah Jones,
Jesse Harris, Lisa Loeb, Vanessa Carlton, Gavin DeGraw and Chris Barron, the circle has become one
of the most popular music events in the city, attracting
the best up-and-coming songwriting talent from around the
world. This year's winner was singer songwriter Reed
Waddle who recently opened concerts for Hall
and Oates, The All American Rejects, the Wailers, Edie Carey and Katie Herzig. Dubway's own Chris Montgomery tracked the audio for both nights of the contest and mixed
the sessions back at Dubway Studios.
The Hidden Cameras
The Manchester Orchestra
Sony/BMG artist Marc Sway (www.marcsway.com)
locked out Dubway Studios yellow room for a week in October
with producer/engneer Philipp Schweidler (Seven,
Talib Kweli) and an all star line-up of musicians
including drummer JoJo Mayer (Me'Shell
NdegéOcello, John Medeski). The Swiss pop star was
tracking basics for his 3rd solo album and filming a documentary
in the process. Sway's 2006 single "We Are On Fire" was chosen as the official theme song of the Swiss Olympic
Team at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and
his second full-length solo album, "One Way" (Columbia Records, 2008), was a Top Ten hit
on the Swiss albums chart. Dubway engineers Mike Judeh and Chris Camilleri assisted.
Australian singer and songwriter Sia (Zero 7) (www.siamusic.net) tracked vocals at Dubway for her upcoming solo album "We
Are Born" which is slated for release in April 2010.
The songstress is currently touring internationally in support
of her recent record "Some People Have Real Problems" which was nominated for Best Breakthrough Artist Album at the 2009 Aria Awards. Several songs from Sia's first record featured in the hit ABC show Gray's
Anatomy and the songstress recently co-wrote some
tracks with pop diva Christina Aguilerra for
release on Agullerra's forthcoming album.
Dubway engineer Eric Spring tracked the session.
Academy Award winning actor Phillip Seymour
Hoffman (Charlie Wilson's War, Mission Impossible
III), came to Dubway with composer Evan Lurie (Lounge Lizards, The Backyardigans) to track
underscore for his directorial debut. Based on the Broadway
play of the same name by Bob Glaudini, "Jack
Goes Boating" stars Amy Ryan (The Office), John Ortiz (Fast and Furious), Daphne Rubin-Vega and Hoffman and is scheduled for release by Big Beach Films in 2011. Dubway engineer Keith
Rigling tracked the session, assisted by Chris Montgomery.
In other news, the SingSOS album "Songs
of the Spectrum" is out now! The non-profit
group who use music to raise awareness in the struggle against
autism and spectrum disorders recorded part of their benefit
album at Dubway back in June. The organization are releasing
the project through their website www.singsos.org where buyers can choose which autism group will receive
funds from their purchase, and a commercial release is planned
for the spring of 2010. The songs were performed by Jackson
Browne & Valerie Carter (duet), Dar Williams,
Marshall Crenshaw, Teddy Geiger, Ollabelle, Jonatha Brooke,
Don Dixon & Marti Jones (duet), Ari Hest,
Christina Courtin, Dan Bern & Mike Viola (duet), Kelly Flint, Richard Julian, and the Cucumbers.
Sing Songs of the Spectrum
Phillip Seymour Hoffman
Apple iTunes highly popular music series "Live from SoHo" continues this month with
New Zealand born singer/songwriter and indie rock artist Ladyhawke (http://www.ladyhawkemusic.com/),
who is currently touring in support of her self-titled debut
album out now on Modular Records. Also on
the Apple Store SoHo stage, was French alternative
band Phoenix (Loyauté/Glassnote/Cooperative
Music). The band performed a short set following
a sold-out show in central park promoting their latest album "Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix". (www.wearephoenix.com/)
Both performances will be available for download as part
of the iTunes series "Live from Soho". Dubway engineers Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh tracked the performances and Jason mixed them both at Dubway
Over at the VH1 Soul stage, Grammy nominated
and platinum selling R&B artist Joe performed
this month. The singer and songwriter, who has collaborated
with artists such as Mariah Carey, Brian
McKnight and producer Vincent Herbert (Lady Gaga, Destiny's Child),
is currently touring to promote his recent album "Signature," released on Kedar Entertainment/Universal in July. Dubway engineers Jason Marcucci and Mike
Judeh recorded & mixed the audio for the show, which
aired on VH1 September 10th.
Singer/Songwriter and Decca Records artist Brendan James was back at Dubway this month recording
basics for his upcoming album. James has performed with
artists such as Carly Simon, Joss Stone and Corrine Bailey Rae among others and his
digital EP "The Ballroom Break-In" reached
#13 on iTunes' Alternative/Pop chart in 2008. His
first full-length album "The Day is Brave" was
produced by platinum selling producer Mikal Blue and is available on Decca Records. Dubway's
own Mike Judeh tracked the session, assisted by Angad Bains.
Chicago IL - Chicago's Apple Store hosted a performance
by Boston-based electronic band Passion Pit. The band are currently touring internationally in support
of their first full length Album "Manners" on Frenchkiss Records and were in town for the Lollapalooza music festival at Chicago's
Grant Park. Also in Chicago for the festival and showcasing
at the Apple Store were Brooklyn-based band Chairlift
(Kanine Records) who are currently touring Europe
and the United States with acts such as Phoenix, TV
On The Radio and The Shapes. Dubway
Studios' Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci flew out to
Chicago to track the audio for both performances and mixed
the concerts back in New York at Dubway.
Producer Nick Scapa and engineer Read
Fasse of Miami-based record label and production
company Honor Roll Music came to Dubway with "Gossip Girl" star Leighton Meester to track vocals for a song that the pair wrote specially
for her. Meester, who plays Blair Waldorf in the hit CW Television series recently leaked
her version of another tune penned by the Miami duo, "Birthday". Plans for a new single and album are
currently underway. Dubway's own Chris Camilleri engineered.
Singer/songwriter and pianist A Fine Frenzy a.k.a. Alison Sudol performed on the hit Public
Television series "Live from the Artist's
Den" which was filmed this month at a secret location
in the Hamptons. Sudol has toured with artists
such as Rufus Wainwright and Brandi
Carlile and her first album "One Cell in the
Sea" reached Number One on Billboard's Heatseeker charts. The sophomore album from the Seattle born musician "Bomb in a Birdcage" is available September 8th
on Virgin Records. Dubway engineer Mike
Judeh tracked the audio for the show which was mixed
by Dubway Chief Engineer Jason Marcucci, assisted
by Keith Rigling.
A Fine Frenzy, a.k.a. Alison Sudol
Venezuelan funk-rock band Los Amigos Invisibles performed at the iTunes store in downtown
Manhattan as part of the Latin Alternative Music Conference.
The Grammy-nominated group are currently touring
to promote the June 9th release of their new album "Commercial" on David Byrne's Luaka Bop label.
Soviet-American singer/songwriter Regina Spektor also
performed at the Apple store in support of her new
album "Far" released on June 23rd
by Sire Records. Dubway engineers Jason
Marcucci and Mike Judeh recorded both performances
and mixed them at Dubway.
Limewire was back at Dubway recording Gary
Jules for their series "Live at Lime."
Jules is currently touring in support of musician
and pro surfer Donavan Frankenreiter and his
new album "Pass It Around" on Lost
Highway Records. Jules has toured
with artists such as Bob Dylan, Tears
for Fears, and Jim Bianco and released
his last record "Bird" on his own
label Down Up Down in November of 2008. Dubway's
own Mike Judeh tracked and mixed the session.
International independent label Obliqsound were
back in the studio, this time with contemporary guitarist,
vocalist and songwriter John Shannon. Shannon has toured the globe with some of the brightest rising stars
on the music scene today across multiple genres including
singer/songwriter Sonya Kitchell and Japanese
pianist and composer Hiromi. This June found
him back in the studio tracking flugelhorn and bass overdubs
for a new record to follow his 2008 debut solo album "American Mystic". Dubway engineer Mike Judeh tracked the session.
Production company Original Media were back
at Dubway with DIY network show "King
of Dirt." The docu-style program features a
Brooklyn-born landscape contractor Gino Panaro as he tackles everything from commercial projects for the New York Aquarium and the New York/New Jersey
Port Authority to landscaping homes for locals. Dubway
engineer Keith Rigling mixed the final audio for
the show, which airs Mondays 9.30/8.30Cß.
Los Amigos Invisibles
Sh-K-Boom Records was back at Dubway withTony Award Winning Broadway performer Brian
StokesMitchell. Mitchell was
recording a song to accompany his forthcoming children's
book for the The Actors Fund. The charity
provides programs and services for individuals in the entertainment
industry and all royalties from the sales of the book will
go directly to the organization. Brian Stokes Mitchell is scheduled to perform at the Hollywood Bowl later this month both with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and in the musical Guys and Dolls.
Dubway engineer Eric Spring tracked the session.
Irish singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan performed
on the hit public television show "Live from
the Artists Den". Hannigan has
performed with artists such as Damien Rice and Grammy winnerJason Mraz and is currently touring internationally to support her
first solo album "Sea Sew" out now
on ATO records. The album has been nominated
for both the Choice Music Prize, and Best Irish Album at the Meteor Music Awards.
Dubway's own Jason Marcucci tracked and mixed the
performance for the program.
The Apple iTunes music series "Live
From SoHo" hosted Grammy winning artist
Ziggy Marley, Columbia recording artist Pete
Yorn and Matador recording artists Sonic Youth.
All three acts are currently touring extensively to promote
their new albums. Dubway engineers Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh recorded the performances at the Apple
Store in SoHo, NYC and mixed them at Dubway.
Producer Mike Visceglia came to Dubway with
engineer Rob Friedman and Dubway's own Chris
Abell to track basics for a project with SingSOS.
The non-profit group use music to raise awareness in the
struggle against autism and spectrum disorders and are currently
working on a benefit album to be released in September.
Musicians on the project so far include Jackson Browne,
Marshall Crenshaw, Valerie Carter, Dar Williams, Jonatha
Brooke, Dan Bern, Mike Viola, The Cucumbers, Deena Shoshkes
and Jon Fried.
Dubway owner/engineer Al Houghton together with
chief engineer Jason Marcucci and assistant Chris
Camilleri traveled to the famous Lucille Lortel
Theater to track a live cast recording of the Off-Broadway
musical "Coraline." The music and
lyrics were composed by Stephin Merritt (Magnetic
Fields) and the show, orchestrated exclusively in
prepared and toy pianos, was produced by True Love
Productions (old Dubway friends) and MCC Productions.
It opened in June to an extended run and the recording will
be released on the prestigious Nonesuch Records label.
"The cast is splendid, contributing sharply and colorfully
~Adam R. Perlman, Back Stage
"Mesmerizing and original."
~David Rooney, Variety
Brian Stokes Mitchell
Left to right: Mike Viseglia, Deena Shoshkes, Rob Friedman,
Jon Fried, and Doug Yowell.
The Grammy nominated, DJ Mag Awards Producer of
the Year, Deadmau5 caused a riot outside the Santa
Monica Apple store this May. Due to the unexpected
turnout for his Apple iTunes Live Music Series show and the excessive crowds, the event was cancelled.
New York based Dubway studios engineer Jason Marcucci was in Los Angeles to record the show when fighting broke
out. Police at the scene arrested concert-goers as they
broke into the store, hurled bottles, beat the storefront
glass chanting "Deadmau5"! There are no plans
Back in New York, Dubway engineer Jason Marcucci mixed
audio for the hit public television series Live from
the Artists Den. Rock & Roll Hall of Famer
Booker T performed on the show, which was filmed
in New Orleans, along with the Drive By Truckers and Grammy nominated artist Bettye Lavette. Booker T is currently touring to promote his first
solo album in over a decade "Potato Hole" (Anti-Records) which features Neil Young on guitar and the Drive By Truckers who were also the backing
band for Bettye Lavette's 2007 Grammy
nominated release "The Scene of the Crime".
The new Booker T album was produced by Rob Schnapf and Booker T.
Breakthru Radio's podcast series was back
in the studio with Australian band Yves Klein Blue who are busy in the US promoting their debut album "Ragged
& Ecstatic". The album was recorded in LA with Cold War Kids producer Kevin Augunas and mixed in Sydney, Australia with Scott Horscroft who also produced the Presets. The
band is garnering considerable media attention in the States
with heavy college radio airplay and the album is due to
be released through Dew Process on June 26th.
Dubway engineer Mike Judeh tracked and mixed the
Yves Klein Blue
Depeche Mode's Martin Gore and Andrew Fletcher recorded an interview
at Dubway with NPR's David Dye for their radio music series "World Cafe."
The band are currently touring to support the release of
their 12th studio album "Sounds of The Universe"
which spent over 400 combined weeks in the UK charts. The Depeche Mode episode is due to air May 22nd
Dubway engineers Keith Rigling and Chris Abell tracked the session.
Winner of the African Music Legend Award,
the Grammy nominated musician and composer Hugh Masekela (Paul Simon, Miriam Makeba) came to Dubway to track trumpet with ObliqSounds newest
artist, Somi. Somi has collaborated with artists
as diverse as Amel Larrieux and Mos
Def and will release her debut with the label this
fall. Dubway's own Chris Abell engineered the session.
VH1's critically acclaimed series "Soulstage" continues with Grammy Award-winning Def Jam artist Chrisette Michele, who was on the program
promoting her much anticipated second album "Epiphany." The show, recorded and mixed by Dubway engineer Jason
Marcucci will be the first to air on both VH1 and VH1 Soul and will also be available on
the web at VH1soul.com.
Internet radio station, Breakthru Radio was back at Dubway tracking Miami punk-soul band Awesome
New Republic (better known as ANR).
The duo comprised of Michael John Hancock and Brian Robertson were a huge hit at this
years CMJ and are currently promoting their
new record "Rational Geographic Volume I."
Volumes II & III are due to be released on indie label Honor
Roll Music later this year. Dubway engineer Mike
Judeh tracked and mixed the session.
Richard Dworsky, pianist & musical director
for Garrison Keillor's well loved radio classic, "A Prairie Home Companion" tracked
vocals for a new independent record with Dubway engineer Jason Marcucci.Dworsky has worked
with countless artists including James Taylor, Bonnie
Raitt, Carole King and Taj Mahal,
and also appeared in the 2006 film "A Prairie
Home Companion," by the late Robert Altman.
Paul Schaffer, the CBS Orchestra leader for The Late Show with David Letterman who has recorded with numerous artists including Diana
Ross, B.B. King, Cyndi Lauper, and Yoko Ono was at Dubway tracking piano and B3 with producer Ed Haber (Linda Thompson, Teddy Thompson) for Andy
Statman's new record. The energy & virtuosity of
Andy's music defies description, though one might wave a
moniker of "extreme klesmer" at it. Statman has recorded with numerous artists including Bela
Fleck and the Flecktones whose holiday album featuring Statman, won a Grammy for Best
Kenny Wollesen (Tom Waits, Sean Lennon, Bill Frisell,
Norah Jones and Emmy award winning Nick Jr.
show "The Backyardigans") came to Dubway
with an independent project. Wollesen tracked
a variety of self made instruments from suitcases with pickups
to hand cranked oddities along with two drum sets, steel
drums, vibes, and an African harp. Dubway's own Mike
Judeh engineered the session.
Dubway also hosted engineer/producer Mario McNulty
(Philip Glass/David Bowie/Linkin Park) who is currently
producing a very unusual rock band NED (No Evidence
of Disease). The band are comprised of 6 talented
gynecologic cancer surgeons, who are working with record
label Motema Music to record an album for
release in November 2009. The CD will coincide with the
first annual Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Day in Washington and proceeds from the sale of the album will
go to charity. While details of the deal are yet to be released,
Dubway was very pleased to be a part of this wonderful project.
Dubway engineer Mike Judeh assisted the session.
Depeche Mode's Martin Gore and Andrew Fletcher
Awesome New Republic (ANR)
Left to right: Paul Schaffer, Jim Whitney, Larry Eagle,
Andy Statman, Lew Soloff. Photo credit: Brad Klein
Lots of activity at Dubway this month. Over on the VH1 set this month, India Arie performed for a new
taping of VH1 Soul. The talented Arie is promoting her new albumTestimony: Vol 2, Love
& Politics (Universal/Republic). Jason Marcucci engineered and Daniel Sanint assisted.
This month's Live From SoHo for Apple
iTunes hosted three very hot artists. The Fray (Sony), Santigold (Atlantic), and Melody Gardot (Universal/Decca).
All three artsits are currently on world tours promoting
their new albums. Mike Judeh & Jason Marcucci engineered and Chaz DeVito assisted.
Breakthru Radio was back this month with the indie
band The Demon Beat from West Virginia. The band
is growing more and more popular due to their grass-roots
touring and promotion approach and they have already sold
more than 7,000 copies of their self-produced album. Chris Abell engineered.
And finally, composer Ted Reichman was in tracking
the score to a new documentary film directed by Bob Richman (Metallica Some Kind of Monster).
The film is due out later this year. Dubway engineer Keith
Rigling tracked the session.
Dubway Studios kicked off January with a visit from late-night
comedian and TV star Conan O'Brien. O'Brien had a guest spot as the voice of Santa on the hit Nick
Jr. children's show The Backyardigans. The episode will air near the end of the shows fourth season. Keith Rigling engineered the session with Jessica
Train Wreck Records recording artist Chip Taylor has been back at Dubway to officially start tracking songs
for his new album, following 2006's critically acclaimed Unglorious Hallelujah. Taylor, probably
most famous for writing Wild Thing has enjoyed
a long string of hits throughout his lengthy career, penning
such hits as Try Just a Little Bit Harder for Janis Joplin, Angel of the Morning for Juice Newton, and many more. Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Jimi Hendrix, Waylon Jennings, Anne Murray, and Bobby Bare have all recorded
his songs. Huck Bennert engineered, Mike Judeh,
SpongeBob SquarePants is releasing his new album, SpongeBob's
Greatest Hits and brought it to Dubway Studios for
owner Al Houghton to master. SpongeBob liked
working with Houghton so much on his last album that
he said "There's only one recording studio on dry land for
me!" SpongeBob's label, Nick Records plans
to release it this spring.
The Apple iTunes music series Live From SoHo hosted Capitol Records country recording
artists Dierks Bentley, and Glassnote recording
artist SecondhandSerenade. Both artists are
currently on national tours to promote their latest releases
and drew large crowds for the popular series. Dubway engineers Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh recorded the
performances at the Apple Store in SoHo, NYC.
Punk/dance duo Matt & Kim were at Dubway tracking
songs for the new Lime Wire Store. The Brooklyn based
group is currently touring to promote their new release Grand, out on Fader Label. Dubway
engineer Chris Abell tracked the session and Mike
Janice Burgess and Conan O'Brien
Al Houghton and SpongeBob SquarePants
Break Thru Radio brought Russian rock group Mumiy
Troll to Dubway as guests on their internet radio show.
The band came to fame in the late 80's in the former Soviet
Union after being imprisoned on several occasions for playing
"illegal rock music". Dubway engineer Chris Abell tracked the session.
And finally, Decca Records recording artist Brendon
James has been in working on pre-production for his
forthcoming album. Dubway engineer Chris Abell tracking.
Happy New Year! 2008 was a busy year for Dubway. The
Backyardigans won an EMMY for OUTSTANDING SPECIAL
CLASS ANIMATED PROGRAM and Emery Dobyns won a GRAMMY for BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM, Suzanne
Vega. Dubway wrapped up the last few months of 2008
with a pretty impressive array of sessions.
On the VH1 set, Qtip was the special guest
for VH1 Soul and performed for a live audience. Jason
Marcucci engineered and Mike Judeh assisted. Mos Def was in with producer Josh Saddlier-Brown tracking some new music with engineer Mike Judeh. Duotone/20th Century Fox, producers of the hit television
show Life On Mars starring Harvey Keitel chose Dubway to track some of the scoring for an upcoming
episode. Chris Abell engineered, Keith Rigling assisted. Producer/DJ Tony Moran was in tracking
his newest club dance single. Mike Judeh assisted.
Television star Bebe Neuwirth was in tracking a
VO for an upcoming documentary on buying from local farmers, Chris Abell engineered. Internet site Lime Wire brought in recording artists Langhorne Slim & Juliana
Hatfield to track live for their new internet radio
show. Mike Judeh & Chris Abell engineered, Daniel Sanint assisted. Also on the internet, the
popular show Breakthru Radio brought in Culture
Reject to track a live "on-air" session. Chris Abell engineered. Universal Music/Decca recording
artists Greta's Bakery were in tracking more songs
for their upcoming release. Chris Abell engineered, Jessica Wernett assisted.
The iTunes exclusive Live From SoHo series
continues to be popular, tracking on-site at Apple's flagship New York City store. Randy Newman, Delta Spirit, & Dungen all performed live sets
on the SoHo stage. Jason Marcucci engineered & mixed, Adam Gold assisted. Nonesuch recording artist Chris Thile was in tracking overdubs for Sugar
Hill recording artist Sarah Jaroz's new album.
Engineer Gary Pacozsa tracked and Mike Judeh engineered.
From the local New York music scene, singer songwriter Foster McGinty has been in tracking his new album. Al Houghton, Chris Abell, Mike Judeh,
and Eric Spring engineers, Daniel Sanint assisting. Dunja has been in with bassist Will Lee (The
Late Show with David Letterman) and drummer Shawn
Pelton (Saturday Night Live, Sheryl
Crow, among others) tracking songs for her self release. Al Houghton engineer, Daniel Sanint assisting. Liz Swados has been in tracking a retrospective of her
off Broadway works from the 70's. Chris Abell, Eric
Spring, Mike Crehore engineers, Daniel Sanint
assisting. And finally, Autodrone returned to
Dubway to track a song to benefit college radio favorites The Prids after their recent car accident. Eric
Spring engineer, Daniel Sanint assisting.