Bryan Walthall first got involved in the Richmond music scene as a member of the local folk band Special Ed and the Short Bus.
“Some [producers] exist to make shitty bands sound good,” said John Morand, local music producer and co-owner of Sound of Music Recording Studios.
[Read more…] about Sound of Music Recording Studios producer John Morand chats about new location, the ever-changing music industry and what makes a band successful
Toxic Moxie, one of Richmond’s most eclectic bands, is releasing their new album, Episode VI– their third release in two years.
[Read more…] about Glam Punk rockers Toxic Moxie to debut new album ‘Episode VI’ at Sound of Music Recording Studios this Saturday
Up and coming folk duo Heather Wiederholt and Nathan Burns make up the band Sleepy Brother and their new album [Read more…] about Folk duo Sleepy Brother discuss new album, writing process, and breaking into the RVA music scene, ahead of album release party at Sound of Music Recording Studios
For those of you in a band, an all-too-familiar scenario is a pedal breaking, an amp burning out, or any number of other instrument related muck ups you hope to avoid.
[Read more…] about Richmond Area Gear Expo aims to put music manipulators in touch with the curious