Tom Lord-Alge Mixes Indie Songstress at South Beach Studios

Miami (August 23, 2004)--Tom Lord-Alge recently mixed half of an upcoming album by indie goddess Sylvia Tosun at South Beach Studios. Miklos Malek produced the album, entitled All This Time, which features collaborations with Julie Flanders and Emil Adler of cult band October Project, songwriter Stephanie Lewis, violinist Allison Cornell and percussionist Gilad.
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Miami (August 23, 2004)--Tom Lord-Alge recently mixed half of an upcoming album by indie goddess Sylvia Tosun at South Beach Studios. Miklos Malek produced the album, entitled All This Time, which features collaborations with Julie Flanders and Emil Adler of cult band October Project, songwriter Stephanie Lewis, violinist Allison Cornell and percussionist Gilad.

Lord-Alge, who rarely works with independent artists, had this to say about Tosun: "I loved her music and was impressed by the fact that she is putting this together all on her own and I wanted to be a part of helping her achieve her vision. Aside from being extremely talented, she definitely has the magic to make things happen.

On working with Lord Alge, Tosun commented, "TLA makes the process seem so effortless because he is so connected to music that it's as if he channels his work, making the songs come alive in a whole new way."

Tom Coyne of NYC's Sterling Sound put the final touches on the record that is due out in Autumn 2004. To learn more about Sylvia check out www.sylviatosun.com.

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Pictured at South Beach Studios during mix sessions are (l-r): Tom Lord-Alge, Sylvia Tosun, and Miklos Malek