How can you say there’s no god when John Huss is recording new songs at Luxotone’s studio? So far we’ve got rough tracks for three songs, and word is we’ll have a reunion of the John Huss Moderate Combo for a few more.
Will Maclean’s new album. Matisse meets Malevich. Now playing on Radio Luxotone.
Radio Luxotone’s new Logo, courtesy of some pixellated prompting from the good people at itunes radio.
Robin O’Brien’s new album, Dive Into the End of the World (Luxotone 708), is available at CDbaby.com and iTunes. Tracks can be previewed or purchased for download here or at luxotone.bandcamp.com. Special thanks to the many musicians and friends who contributed to this record. Especially, Kevin Salem, Jocelyne Lanois, Nikos Eliot, Marcus Giamatti, Chris Harford, Anthony Presti and […]
The amazing people at Bandcamp have created mobile versions of their pages. So besides the Luxotone page they host, you can now listen to luxotone album tracks on your phone, download free tracks, etc. Just go to luxotone.bandcamp.com on your mobile browser.
Rhapsody, an upcoming release from director Marc Bessenger (Bite Marks) features Robin O’Brien’s “Lavender Sky” (from The Empty Bowl) in its new trailer. When completed, the film will feature additional music by O’Brien and other Luxotone artists.
Robin O’Brien’s upcoming album, Dive into the End of the World, is smoldering and about to explode. Robin’s friends Kevin Salem (Dumptruck, Freedy Johnston, Mercury Rev, Rachel Yamagata) and Jocelyne Lanois (Martha and the Muffins, Ani DiFranco, Sarah McLachlan) have contributed guitar and bass tracks that sound–what else?–apocalyptic. Creation meets destruction, in the key of […]
Daggerzine writes, “SLOPES OF DISTANT HILLS- S/T- LUXOTONE- This “band” is the work of one, guy, Andrew Maurer, armed with his voice, acoustic guitar and a keyboard he creates 11 musical nuggets. It’s really easy to like as most of it is pleasant and melodic. I like it and think you might too. www.luxotone.com”. In […]
It’s halloween and I just noticed a review of Robin O’Brien’s first Luxotone EP, FORE, on Amazon.com. It says, “How often do you hear a singer that can inspire goosebumps?” Must be spooky good. Last week’s review of Robin’s The Empty Bowl called it “haunting”. Hmmm.
Robin O’Brien came to Luxotone’s Indiana studio this past July to work on her next album, tentatively titled Dive into the End of the World. Prolific as ever, even though it’s only been a few months since the release of her last album, The Empty Bowl, Robin got off the airport bus with about two dozen […]