The Sonus Rex Label NYC
Having started recording in the early eighties by overdubbing on a AKAI 2-track reel to reel tape before eventually participating in professional caliber audio productions made on a 16-track Tascam to 2-track master tape recorded, and DIY released via Fanzines in the first Punk and New Wave era. Sten Hostfalt started his own label, g-wOw in 2002, that then morphed into Sonus Rex, in 2006, now all in all celebrating eighteen years in orbit, with productions including a catalog of nine releases, and the organization of hundreds of live concert events, all of which have included a long list of some of the most prolific improvising musicians, artists and audio engineers on the New York City and global creative music scene. As documented by members of the international jazz journalist community, John Kelman, Barry Cleveland, Grego Applegate Edwards, Larry Cosentino, Kenneth Egbert, Don Williamson, Natasha Washington and Hank Shteamer. Via publications such as Signal To Noise, All About Jazz, Guitar Player, Cadence, Jazz Now, Jazz Review, Time Out NY, Free NYC, PM NYC/Paper Magazine, Altrisuoni (Italy), TomaJazz (Spain) and BadAlchemy (Germany). The engineers and studios collaborated with includes Greg Thompson via Kampo NYC, Doug Henderson of Micro-Moose Studios, Eric Tew at Toxic Audio, Marc Trewella's Full Circle Mastering, Mattz Larsson and Per Westerlund at the Swedish Radio Studios and Göran Stegborn at SAMI, Stockholm.
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