Recording and producing your own music is always a challenge — especially if, like Faith No More, your previous albums have been done by the best in the business!
How do you write music for a TV show you haven’t seen yet? It helps if you can draw on years of experience composing for video games...
Down in Hot Chip’s bunker-like basement studio HQ in Hoxton, the five members of the London band are coaxing strange sounds from an array of analogue synths.
Spacebomb Studios’ old-school production values and teamwork have made Richmond, Virginia one of the hottest recording locations in the USA.
Reggae fan Daniel Boyle painstakingly researched the equipment Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry used in his groundbreaking Black Ark studio — then made an album with the dub legend himself.
Working with super–producer Jacquire King was a dream come true for James Bay. In a unique interview, King explains how he oversaw the recording of Bay’s hit debut album.
This month music from Unto Us, Future Funk Squad and Jeremy Govero.
This month we listen to Easychair, Man Bites Zombie, Lukas Creswell-Rost and Lunacybot.
This month we review releases from Dreamlake, Jimmy Brewer and Phillip Sandifer.
From humble beginnings, Joey Sturgis has become a leading producer in the highly technical metalcore scene.
This month we review albums from Stark, Smoking Grace and The Goddamn Wallbangers.
Front-of-house engineer David Williams talks to SOS about why mixing with a DSP audio interface is worthwhile, despite the dangers of using a laptop on stage.
Punk By Numbers
No matter how weird, obscure or downright distasteful your...
This month albums from Ad Asteris, Glass Ankle, Pierre Shlimon, Marvin B Naylor, The Evolutionaries, Kenwood Anderson and As Follows.
This month we review to music from Gertrude,Tycho, Richard Pinhas, Daniel Trigger, Contemporary Dead Finnish Music Ensemble, Andrew Maxwell Morris, Michael Lee and Rebecca Shearing.
This month we review to music from Young Peculiar, The Situation, Vincent Pierce Smith & Karttikeya, Mark Barnwell and Christian Gregory.
This month we comment on releases from Testing Tomorrow, Clemistry & Audnoyz and Emiliano Cannavò.
Prefab Sprout rose to fame in an era of indulgence and eye‑watering studio budgets. These days, things are a little different...
Proving that not every pop star is a manufactured creation, John Newman is as at home in the studio as he is on TV.
This month we comment on releases from Seth Lakeman and The Cuckoo Clocks
Joe Matera, Obsidian Kingdom, The Flickers.
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