Dutch rock band Kensington have released the single “Do I Ever” from their forthcoming album “Control”, out October 28th through Universal. The album and single were mixed by GPS client Tom Lord-Alge.

As featured this week in Rolling Stone, each episode of Cinemax’s up coming TV show “Quarry” will have current bands perform live covers of old rock an soul songs in order to recreate the world of Memphis in 1972 through music. The band – and GPS client – “Cardina (More...)

Producer, engineer, mixer and GPS client Billy Bush (Garbage, Neon Trees, The Boxer Rebellion) joins Waves to showcase their Abbey Road Reverb Plates plugins. Billy uses the session from “Big Ideas” by The Boxer Rebellion from their album Ocean By Ocean (Absentee), which he recently prod (More...)

The Veils have released “Total Depravity” (Nettwerk), featuring mixes by GPS client Joey Raia. Raia mixed the lead single “Axolotl”, the title-track “Total Depravity”, and “Here Come The Dead”. The album was co-produced by El-P (aka Jaime Meline) of hi (More...)

Sibling duo Love Thy Brother teamed up with GPS client Damian Taylor and LA based artist Ariel Beesley to release “Love Me Better” (Bright Antenna Records). The song was produced, co-written, mixed with additional programming by Damian Taylor. Love Thy Brother has made waves with remixes for Ban (More...)