Kuk Harrell Thrives in L.A's Boom Boom Room

May 21, 2010, By Matt Gallagher

Atlanta-based songwriter and vocal producer Thaddis “Kuk” Harrell—who shared in two 2010 Grammy Awards with his partners Christopher “Tricky” Stewart and Terius “The Dream” Nash for their work on Beyoncé Knowles’ hit single “Single Ladies ...

Gear Stories With Sylvia Massy: Trixon Speedfire

May 21, 2010, By Sylvia Massy

What the heck? Were those drums sat on by an elephant? Someone must have left that kick drum out in the rain, causing it to warp into a weird melted shape—like the cake in that old “MacArthur Park” song. ...

Classic Tracks: Gloria Gaynor "I Will Survive"

May 20, 2010, By Blair Jackson

One of the most enduring songs to come out of the late-’70s disco scene, “I Will Survive” actually began its life as a B-side for a song that never became a hit. ...

Brubeck Works on New Projects At Unity Gain

May 20, 2010, By Matt Gallagher

Pianist, composer and jazz icon Dave Brubeck worked on his two most recent album projects at Unity Gain Recording Studio...

Lonestar's 'Party Heard Around the World'

Apr 27, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

Keyboardist/producer Dean Sams says his band Lonestar’s new album is the most collaborative project the country/rock group has made to date. The release came together during a two-and-a-half year span that started with the bandmembers co-writing and arranging together in Sams’ personal studio in Nashville. ...

Gear Stories With Sylvia Massy: Whole Lotta Theremin

Apr 27, 2010, By Sylvia Massy

How can you keep from smiling? It farts, groans, weedles and screams as it’s being played, with hands moving erratically around its metal antennae. I keep the crazy thing hidden in the equipment locker at the studio and only reveal its presence when I know we have lots of time to kill....

Classic Tracks: Waylon Jennings' "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way"

Apr 27, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

This month’s “Classic Track,” “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way,” is on Waylon Jennings’ Dreaming My Dreams, the third album he recorded in the studio owned by his friend and fellow Outlaw Tompall Glaser, and the only record he made with legendary engineer/producer Cowboy Jack Clement. ...

Music: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Apr 27, 2010, By Blair Jackson

The band takes its name from the leather-clad biker gang in the classic 1953 Marlon Brando film, The Wild One—the Black Rebels Motorcycle Club (BRMC). The group’s sound—an amalgamation of hard rock, blues, neo-psychedelic and even some Americana—can be as noisy and aggressive as a swarm of Harleys ...

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