Saturday, July 4, 2009

White Noise




Before any more time goes by, and before I talk about anything else, I need to mention the album, Rules, by the quartet, Whitest Boy Alive. It is out now, and it is the first album recorded at Glass Cube, my recording studio in Nayarit, Mexico. They helped tremendously in the construction of the studio, and I am very proud to have been involved in the creation of such a great record. Regardless of my personal ties to the album, I think it's one of the best to come out in recent times; it's like hearing the late-seventies Police play 90's house music on a tropical jungle beach, while Ice Cube cruises by with a metal detector. Or something. Here's raising a glass of tequila reposado to Erlend, Marcin, Maschat, and Daniel: well done, Amigos!

Drawing by Geoff McFetridge
Photo by Danielle Rubi

4 comments:

squishy said...

welcome to blog world!

AMD said...

thanks!

the controller said...

I can't wait to hear more about the studio! Love the name.

Chum said...

Looks amazing. I love that part of the world. Certainly a perfect place to make beautiful music.

Gotta go, I need to buy that album...