Archive of Jay Stone

Jay Stone was raised in Bethesda, MD among a musical family. Bands and instruments were always coming and going to the basement of his parent’s house. It was around that time that a 4-track cassette recorder and a Boss DR-550 were left behind. Around the age of 10, Jay made some of his earliest (and long lost) recordings. After fooling with mixing and scratching on turntables in high school, he throw some money down on digital recording gear and some instruments and started recording some original material. Over the years Jay’s style and and process has become more refined, though an ensemble has never been formed. Jay Stone’s music has been strictly a solo effort using digital multi-tracking software and a small recording studio. To this day, the mission remains to strive to write, record and mix music with the utmost importance put on originality, self-sufficiency and professional audio quality.

Jay has contributed 3 brilliant piece(s).


Three Cheers for Beer

by Jay Stone on January 24, 2013

in COLUMNS, FOOD, ME AND...

beertoast

Hip Hip Hooray!

I love beer.

A world of sensory exploration via brewed liquid awaits.  Any pub worth its salt in beer offerings can have you sampling it’s arsenal of tap handles for hours and set you off on a course with destiny. To some this is enough, but if our pioneering forefathers taught us anything it’s that if we have the means and the will to push into the unknown, we also have a god-given duty to craft our own ale and stow it along for the ride. This is Home Brewing. Read More…

Philanthrope

by Jay Stone November 26, 2012

Listen to a track from Jay Stone’s very unique album Soul Cab.

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What’s Left

by Jay Stone November 15, 2012

LISTEN TO A TRACK FROM JAY STONE’S VERY UNIQUE ALBUM SOUL CAB.

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