Some albums get better with time. Charles Sawtelle’s Music From Rancho Deville ranks as one of the most essential and important bluegrass albums of the decade. It also sounds wonderful…
Steven Stone has been writing music reviews for Vintage Guitar Magazine since the mid ’90’s. As a regular Friday feature he will revisit some of his favorite albums for Audiophile Review. The first, from Nickel Creek, was recently re-released in vinyl. Doug Sax mastered the original CD. Here’s great sound and great music…
Here’s a tale of a schoolhouse, an acoustic group, and a pair of microphones. Steven Stone treks into the wilds of Colorado (Ok, it’s only two miles from his house) to make a field recording of an exciting new acoustic group that plays a unique kind of modern music.
Spotify is a music service that has been available in Europe for some time but is just now making its way to the United States. How does the service perform? Are there any interesting and unique features? Find out here.
When Steven Stone found out he would be able to listen to performances from the 2011 Telluride Festival streaming over the internet in real-time, he was excited. Then he tried it and his excitement faded quickly.
Apple’s iCloud seemed like it could have been a revolution in the audiophile world, which it may yet still become, but, in its current iteration, it is painfully and sadly lackluster and disappointing.
Steven Stone set up inside the Macky Auditorium to listen to and record the Boulder Philharmonic and The Ars Nova Singers perform “The Planets.” It was a bit a harrowing process for a few involved.