Internationally renowned EDM artist/composer/producer, Brian Transeau, also known as BT, once again joined forces with The Lodge to master his ninth studio album, “A Song Across Wires.” The Lodge’s Chief Mastering Engineer, Emily Lazar, with help from Assistant Mastering Engineer, Richard Morales, mastered BT’s most recent album, which debuted as the #1 Dance Album on iTunes, released this August 16, 2013 via Armada Records.
Recognized as a true electronic dance pioneer, BT has been faithfully committed to the music industry since the early 1990s. His album, “A Song Across Wires,” is the accumulation of over 2o years of pioneering music and innovation in the EDM scene, and is said to be a follow-up to his Grammy-nominated 2010 album "These Hopeful Machines.” Highly-anticipated “A Song Across Wires” features collaborations with some of EDM's most sought after artists, including Nadia Ali, ARTY, Tritonal, Emma Hewitt, JES, Tania Zygar, TyDi and more. Tracks on the album include “Skylarking,” “Tomahawk,” “Surrounded” (with a guest appearance by Aqualung) and “Must be the Love.” View the official “Skylarking” video HERE.
Longtime friend and client of The Lodge, BT has been working with Emily Lazar for over a decade, having mastered past albums such as "Emotional Technology", "This Binary Universe", "These Hopeful Machines", "If The Stars Are Eternal So Are You And I" and "Morceau Subrosa". Lazar has long embraced his innovative production techniques and experimental electronic sounds. Mix magazine recently interviewed BT on the composition and sampling behind “A Song Across Wires”. Mix journalist Gary Eskow also consulted with Lazar on her mastering expertise used on BT’s latest album. Check out the full Mix article HERE.
This Saturday, August 17, BT’s, A Song Across Wires Tour makes its way to New York City’s legendary nightclub venue, Marquee, for a massive record release party. Marquee venue and ticket information HERE.
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