Since 2000, The Pop Machine has hosted recording sessions for music legends and emerging artists including "Visual Love" from the 2013 Grammy-nominated Best R&B Album "Better" by Chrisette Michele (Motown Records), "ErrryThang" by Ace Hood featuring Yo Gotti from the Billboard #1 R&B/Hip-Hop; Billboard #1 Rap Album; Billboard 200 Top-10 album "Blood, Sweat & Tears" (Island Def Jam/We The Best Music Group), and "Bruised 'N Tattooed" by American Bombshell (EMP Label Group).
The Pop Machine was designed and built by co-founder Terry L. Monday and his Monday Designworks firm and features stunning acoustical spaces, a Solid State Logic AWS 924 Delta SuperAnalogue recording console, Avid Pro Tools and Logic Pro X digital audio workstations, and classic analog gear with a curated collection of vintage musical instruments supported by a team of the highest caliber producers, engineers, and musicians.
Principals Eric Klee Johnson and Marc Johnson are producers/mixers/songwriters/recording artists who have worked with The Airborne Toxic Event, American Bombshell, The Avett Brothers, Chrisette Michele ("Better"; GRAMMY nomination for Best R&B Album Grammy, 2013), The Dandy Warhols, Eric Dill, Jane Jensen, John Waite, Jurassic 5, Machine Guns & Motorcycles, The Madeira, Mat Kearney, MONOFICTION, The Neighbourhood, Pat Dinizio, Rita Ora, Son Volt, Supergrass, Tiffany, Tokyo Police Club, and Wonderdrug.
Winners of the GRAMMY Amplifier competition, a Hyundai Music Initiative, American Bombshell recorded
"Saving Me" at The Pop Machine with GRAMMY-nominated producer/engineers Eric Klee Johnson and Marc Johnson. The single's flip side, "My Drug", was recorded at East West Studios in Hollywood with GRAMMY-nominated producer/engineer Mike Clink (Guns N' Roses, Motley Crue, Megadeth).
Listen to "Saving Me" here.
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