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Music, Etc


Music, Etc.: Loughman Comes Full Circle

Mark Loughman's Bleedin' Aura, released on Spitfire Music this year, hinges on his English indie-rock roots, demanding an active listening experience as each of its nine songs shimmer with gritty authenticity. On the record, Loughman—who co-produced the album himself...


Bankrupt Studio Faces Auction

A major recording/production facility in North Hollywood, Calif., that formerly housed LA Sound Gallery and most recently Legends Studios, is being auctioned after Chapter 11 bankruptcy transitioned into a Chapter 7 foreclosure.


Music Etc.: Beautiful Torchbearer

Gingger Shankar burst onto the international music scene in2004, with her emotionally compelling performances and collaborative work on the film score for The Passion of the Christ, which received an Oscar nomination.


Music Etc. : Marchesano Journey

Having built a successful career as a record producer since the late 1980s, California-based Michael James has gone on to become one of the music industry’s most prolific producer/mix engineers.


Music Etc: Reemergence of the Violin

Grammy-winning violinist, composer and educator Mark O’Connor released his new album MOC4 in June, part of his lifelong mission of bringing the violin and other stringed instruments back to the prominence in our culture they once enjoyed.


Music Etc.: Sweet Emotion

Tim Showalter, the principal songwriter and musician behind Strand of Oaks, puts it all out on the table on his latest album, Heal—a treasure trove of cathartic emotion, all expressed through an delicious stew of vintage synthesizers and heavy...


Music Etc.: Blessed in the Studio

Since hitting the post-hardcore scene in 2007 and earning a spot on the Warped Tour that same year, Phoenix-based Blessthefall’s career has skyrocketed as its intensity and energy continues to earn it new audiences around the world.


Music Etc: Filmic and Riveting

Jake Smith, who records and performs under the moniker The White Buffalo, just released his new album, Shadows, Greys and Evil Ways—which immediately debuted at Number One on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart.


Moving Forward

Richard Barone initially made his mark as a singer/songwriter and frontman of The Bongos, an iconic, early-’80s band that put Hoboken, NJ’s music scene on the map.


Southern and Beyond

On its latest album, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, Kentucky-based Black Stone Cherry continues to carve out its very own niche in a style that combines elements of Southern rock, heavy metal and just the right...


The Boy on Top This Fall

The debut single from Kenny Chesney’s 13th studio album, his seasons-of-life/ football tribute single, “The Boys of Fall,” spent better than three weeks (peaking at number one) on Billboard’s country singles list.


Picture Perfect

Over the last few years, Ricky Skaggs has experienced a surge of creativity, releasing records like Honoring the Fathers of Bluegrass, Solo: Songs My Dad Loved and now Mosaic.

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