The Subways bring “All Or Nothing” to The Lodge

 
Acclaimed British rock trio, The Subways (Warner Music) are due to release their highly anticipated second album All Or Nothing in the US in June, 2008. The album was mastered at NYC’s premier mastering facility, The Lodge, by Chief Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar and Mastering Engineer Joe LaPorta.

(New York, NY) – June 3rd, 2008- Acclaimed British rock trio, The Subways (Warner Music) are due to release their highly anticipated second album All Or Nothing in the US in June, 2008. The album was mastered at NYC’s premier mastering facility, The Lodge, by Chief Mastering Engineer Emily Lazar and Mastering Engineer Joe LaPorta. Overlooking Greenwich Village, The Lodge is one of New York’s most successful and unique mastering studios; catering to artists that seek an alternative and more personalized approach to mastering. The Lodge’s gear list pays homage to mastering studios of the past; equipped with a slew of vintage outboard gear that has attracted a wide spectrum of artists, including: David Bowie, The Shins, Lou Reed, RZA (Wu Tang Clan), Vampire Weekend, Garbage, Depeche Mode, Tiësto, Vanessa Carlton, Morrissey, BT, Natalie Merchant, The Prodigy, Destiny’s Child, and Moby - just to name a few. Hailing from Wewlyn Garden City, The Subways are Billy Lunn, Charlotte Cooper, and Josh Morgan. The band started out in their teens covering Nirvana songs, and soon found them selves rising to sudden fame after winning a Glastonbury talent contest in 2004. The following year, the young group released their debut Young For Eternity, which climbed to #32 in the UK charts. The band worked with legendary producer Butch Vig and is planning a major US tour in the spring of 2008. For more on The Lodge, visit: www.thelodge.com # # #

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