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June, 2015|Uncategorized|

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March, 2015|Uncategorized|

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February, 2015|Uncategorized|

The Wind – Re-Wind is available on cdbaby and itunes

February, 2015|Uncategorized|

Alan Haber’s Pure Pop Radio Reviews ‘Re-Wind’

January, 2015|Uncategorized|

The Wind – Re-Wind New Release 1/15

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The Wind, has made its first new album in three decades. Co-produced and mixed by David Grahame.

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December, 2014|Uncategorized|

Grahame Steinberg 3

The third and final installment of the Grahame Steinberg trilogy is available here:

Sampler is here:


September, 2014|Uncategorized|


GS 2 FINAL COVER 4-16-14

JUST RELEASED. 2nd album with David Grahame.

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This is a new phase Grahame Steinberg album…
Unlike their first effort, the sole responsibility of lead vocals falls squarely on the microphone of Lane Steinberg,
all sung against background tracks provided by David Grahame (save for one…actually ‘Two’).

Here is a sampler:

(GRAHAME STEINBERG 1  also available)

May, 2014|Uncategorized|

8X8 Band – Azalea’s Room New Release

azalea-1thmb8X8 is the unique and mystical collaboration between Lane Steinberg (New York, US) and Alex Khodchenko (Kiev, UKR). The two met in the Myspace days and have since developed an intuitive working relationship despite the fact that they have neither met nor ever spoken. At first listen, one could file under ‘Psychedelic Popular’, but the strength of the compositions and performances are the real tribute to their influences. ‘Azalea’s Room’, their 2nd collection, has been two years in the making. The title track typifies the kinetic 8X8 energy with its Arabic sounding melody set to a jungle groove with lyrics describing a seaside refuge belonging to a woman who makes a fantastic cup of tea. What follows are songs about star-crossed werewolves, cold war-era spies, a retiring obstetrician, a person trying to erase their identity from the internet…the usual rock n’ roll subject matter. It closes with a cover of ‘Tears of Rage’, by Bob Dylan and Richard Manuel. The idea to do the song was batted around one evening with R. Stevie Moore, who plays bass on the track. It’s a bittersweet ending to an album of impressionistic nostalgia via loping grooves and enchanting melodies.

Azalea’s Room Oct 15th. Release
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