The Bay Bridged Features Starita and BAMC

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The Bay Bridged has become recognized nationwide as the leading source for San Francisco Bay Area independent music through their award-winning music blog and podcast series, as well as a series of acclaimed music festival events. Be sure to check out their interview with BAMC Founder, Starita.

 

Remember when the San Francisco Bay Area was an internationally renowned musical destination? Michael Starita remembers, and he wants to go back to the good old days. But he’s not just pining away for the days of yore; no, he founded the Bay Area Music Collective to do something about it.

The BAMC is all about connecting musicians to Bay Area producers, studios, labels, filmmakers, publicists, and anyone else who can help them make music and get it out into the world. Starita, who is a musician himself, Governor for The Grammys and an audio engineer/producer with a resume that lists Rick Rubin as a former client, plans to restore the Bay Area’s status as a premier hub of the music industry by both bringing out-of-towners in to work with local talent and by helping homegrown musicians get their work out to the masses.

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Amp Live/Eric Rachmany Debut Unified Highway

Rebelution vocalist/guitarist Eric Rachmany and renowned producer, DJ, and remixer Amp Live (formerly of Zion I) may possess different backgrounds, but they both travel the same creative road. Now, their paths—along with a myriad of musical genres riding shotgun—intersect in Unified Highway. The duo’s self-titled debut [Audible Collision / Strange Focus Records] explores this intersection via a fascinating fusion of reggae, electronic, hip-hop, alternative, and soul siphoned into unforgettable songs. Starita had the pleasure of working on this exciting project at Different Fur Studios. Check out the new video!

 

Working Class Audio Interviews Starita

Working Class Audio is a no-nonsense, to-the-point podcast interviewing some of the industry’s top freelance engineers including Andrew Scheps, Scott Evans and Vance Powell to name a few. Topics address how they make money in the ever changing music industry, workflow and of course, gear. Episode #12 features Starita in an honest candid interview about his career and life as an engineer and producer.

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