L.E.S. Records Brings the Old-School Vibe

June 2011
Pro Sound News;Jun2011, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p20
The article presents information about New York City-based independent music label L.E.S. Records, founded by Todd Perlmutter who is also the creative director for music and sound for the Blue Man Group. L.E.S. Records uses analog recording equipments including an Otari MTR 90 III multitrack tape machine and MCI, Otari and Ampex 2-track machines. It is releasing an eponymous album by the band Lingering Doubts, fronted by guitarist/vocalist Christian Dyas.


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