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Client Jason Schweitzer mixed selected tracks off Aloe Blacc’s new album “Lift Your Spirit” (Interscope Records) which debuted this week at #1 on iTunes. NY Daily News says the album “features Blacc’s best songs”, including (More...)

Take a listen to the exclusive premiere of Emily Kinney Music’s “Dad Says” courtesy of CMT available here. The re-release of Expired Love will be available on March 18th.

Benmont Tench releases his debut album You Should Be So Lucky (Blue Note). The album was produced and mixed by Glyn Johns, recorded to tape at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles and features Tench handling lead vocals, piano and organs, joined by a team of co (More...)

The Night Terrors of 1927 premier their new video for “Dust and Bones”. Their forthcoming album (Atlantic) was Produced, Mixed, and features writing by Andrew Dawson. Watch the video here.

Band of Horses strip down to their roots in their latest release “Acoustic at the Ryman”, mixed by Bill Reynolds. Rollingstone.com – “After going big and recording their last album, 2012’s Mirage Rock, with the legendary prod (More...)

Singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen has released his first full-length album “Ledges” (Dualtone), which premiered on SPIN. Take a listen to the album there, on Spotify, or on SoundCloud.

2/13/14

What’s hot and trending? Stay up to date with GPS’ latest: The Rick Rubin produced album titled “Shangri La” (Virgin/Mercury)  by 19 year old British star Jake Bugg hit the UK album charts at #3. Dana Nielsen engineered the albu (More...)

GPS is very pleased to announce the signing of Grammy winning mixer Tom Lord-Alge. Tom maintains one of the industry’s most prolific discographies, including diverse credits ranging from U2 to The Rolling Stones, P!nk, Peter Gabriel, Dave Matthews B (More...)

GPS is very excited to announce the signing of award-winning producer Matt Pierson to the GPS roster. Pierson’s discography reads as an overview of the best that contemporary jazz has to offer, including the likes of Brad Mehldau, Joshua Redman, Pat (More...)