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Melbourne folk band The Royal Parks released their debut album “Suburb Home”, produced, engineered and mixed by GPS client Noah Georgeson. The first single “In The Wrong” takes an intimate look at women’s place in modern soci (More...)

Grammy nominated Americana and folk rock singer Brandi Carlile has released a special live performance of the first song from her forthcoming album By The Way, I Forgive You (Low Country Sound/Elektra). The song, entitled “The Joke”, was perfo (More...)

GPS client and TV On The Radio producer Dave Sitek has formed a new band with Swedish knob-twiddler Daniel Ledinsky, The Neverly Boys. Their debut single “Burn, Hollywood, Burn” is out via the new label imprint Acid Moose, a division of Sony M (More...)

Sydney-based singer-songwriter Odette has released her second single “Collide” via EMI Australia, produced and mixed by GPS client Damian Taylor. The single follows her debut “Watch Me Read You” which exceeded 1.5 million plays on (More...)

Natalia Lafourcade picked up two wins at the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Her album “Musas” (Sony Music Mexico), which was mixed by GPS client Noah Georgeson, won Best Folk Album and was nominated for Album of the Year and Song of the Year (More...)

Folk singer-songwriter and GPS client Allison Pierce has released “Think of Me Dear (This Christmas)” via Sony Masterworks. The song was produced by Lara Meyerratken and mixed by (also GPS client) Thom Monahan. Listen to the song below or get (More...)

Evanescence have released their fourth full-length album Synthesis (BMG), mixed by GPS client Damian Taylor. The album features orchestral reworkings of various tracks from their back catalog, as well as two new songs “Imperfection” and “ (More...)

The long-running rock outfit Stone Temple Pilots have released “Meadow” (Rhino/Warner), the first single from their forthcoming and highly anticipated seventh full-length studio album, mixed by GPS client Ken Andrews The song showcases new sin (More...)

New Zealand singer-songwriter Marlon Williams has announced his second album Make Way For Love (Dead Oceans), produced and mixed by GPS client Noah Georgeson in Southern California. The lead single “Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore”, a 1960s fol (More...)