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The golden ears of producer Erik Wofford, ambitious redesign plan of the Austin Music Hall, continuing adventures of Rockstar: Supernova contestant Patrice Pike, and bad-boy musicians of DontDateHimGirl.com.
Music Column  July 21, 2006, by Christopher Gray
"...THE PRODUCER "I've always had a predisposition to figuring stuff out," says Erik Wofford, the soft-spoken local producer whose recent credits include Voxtrot, Snowden, the Black Angels, the Octopus Project, and Okkervil River. "I've always been curious how things work..."

Playback: The Future of Austin Recording Studios
Studio owners look at different solutions to surviving in an increasingly expensive city
Music Column  August 4, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Just east of Good Danny's former location, another favorite Austin studio exists improbably on valuable waterfront property. Two years back, an investment group bought a strip of property on Red Bluff Road including the studio Erik Wofford had been renting for over a decade, Cacophony Recorders, where he fashioned platters by the Black Angels and Explosions in the Sky..."

Playback: FREE WEEK!
2014, you're up
Music Column  January 3, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...Producer: Erik Wofford (Cacophony)..."

Off the Record
Explosions in the Sky commemorates the Fourth of July, Harlem signs with Matador, floating down to Whitewater on the Horseshoe, and paying tribute to Sky Sunlight Saxon and the King of Pop
Music Column  July 3, 2009, by Austin Powell
"...Explosions in the Sky played its first show as Breaker Morant on July 4, 1999, for an audience of one – Erik Wofford, who engineered the instrumentalists' Local Live session on KVRX. "Nobody had ever heard them; no one wanted to do it," laughs Wofford, who later produced the band's CD-R debut, How Strange, Innocence..."

Candi & the Strangers
Music Review  February 11, 2011, by Audra Schroeder
"...Name referencing Warhol starlet Candy Darling, a Fleetwood Mac-esque lineup, and a recent cover of the Cars' "Moving in Stereo" stock the cookie jar of local dream-weavers Candi & the Strangers. The Austin quintet – couples John and Samantha Constant and Angie and Greg Rose, plus ubiquitous producer Erik Wofford – shoots for the stars on its sophomore LP, charting Madonna ("Children of the Tone"), Stereolab ("Glide"), and a not-so-coincidental transition of "Velvet" into "Nico Regrets." Samantha Constant's voice is more inviting and light than the German singer's, but "Nico" nevertheless sounds like something you could whirl around Studio 54..."

Twelve Drummers Drumming
Caroling casualties: The 12 nays of Christmas
Music Story  December 15, 2006, by Darcie Stevens
"..."Rehearse as much as possible before you go into the studio," local producer Erik Wofford says. "There's no such thing as overrehearsing..."

Scott H. Biram: No Regrets/Yes Regrets
Q&A about gritty bluesman’s new ‘Nothin’ But Blood’
DAILY Music  February 4, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...AC: You typically record at home, so working with producer Erik Wofford at Cacophony Records was a new approach for you...."

Playback: Heaven and Hell and Scott H. Biram
Scott H. Biram gets bloody, UT gets KUT's music library, and Macaulay Culkin pisses me off
Music Column  January 31, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...AC: You typically record at home, so working with producer Erik Wofford at Cacophony Recorders was a new approach for you...."

Tosca: Indie Rock's Orchestra
Music Story  May 18, 2007, by Darcie Stevens
"...Tosca recorded strings for Voxtrot during this year's winter storm, as sheets of ice slipped from the rooftops and space heaters warmed Erik Wofford's Cacophony Recorders. The result is a mellifluous mix of birdcalls ("Ghost") and explosion ("Brother in Conflict")..."

TCB
  Patrice Pike comes home, lalaland breaks out, Trophy's cleans up, and TCB comes clean.
Music Column  September 1, 2006, by Christopher Gray
"..."We've congealed as a band. Instead of this wall-of-sound thing going on, there's more definition." Mazzi, bassist/singer Ruby Painter, and drummer Steve Sanders congealed enough to knock out the Mumbo Jumbo EP, which they release Friday at Emo's, in three days at producer Erik Wofford's Cacophony Recorders..."

Playback: Mosaic Sound Collective Comes Into Focus
Mosaic Sound Collective's music hub and ancient atmospheric Adam Torres point to the future
Music Column  February 23, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...Torres spent most of last year on the road with his band of Austin eclectics: percussionist Thor Harris (ex-Swans), Aisha Burns (Balmorhea), and multi-instrumentalist Dailey Toliver (Molly Burch). The same group cut the session at Erik Wofford's Cacophony Recorders that spawned both Pearls to Swine and this week's follow-up..."

Bright Light Social Hour & Israel Nash
Nash to host TBLSH cameo at Antone’s on Wednesday?
DAILY Music  December 6, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...It was important for us to have this whole project be homegrown and convey the feeling of people in Austin working together. In addition to our bands and producing it between our two labels, we also had the recording mastered by Erik Wofford at Cacophony Recorders and the art done by Jaime Zuverza...."

Imperialists
Music Review  November 23, 2016, by Kahron Spearman
"...Acquiring a more straightforward tack for round two, Austin duo Imperialists follows up its debut, the stormy alt-synth pop fusion Arrhythmia, with anthemic synth sweller Who Are You Afraid Of? Co-produced by renowned Austin producer Erik Wofford, the former Ghost of the Russian Empire members' billowing harmonies and cloudy ambience remain from the first full-length. Radio-ready lead track "Nuke (Look Me in the Eyes)" echoes early Mutemath and the better bits of Eighties arena synth, Genesis covering experimental Tortoise jams..."

Golden Dawn Arkestra
Music Story  March 17, 2016, by Kevin Curtin
"...Austin's Afrobeat aliens successfully etched a psychedelic jazz-funk party onto their 2014 debut EP, and now repeat the trick with sophomore vinyl that deepens the grooves into electro-funk. The 10- to 20-piece collective follows that lodestar on this eight-song-long effort: galactic disco on gibberish chant "Sama Chaka," space-surf guitar with "Osaka," and a tropical R&B melody on uplifting standout "Clouds." Local analog master Erik Wofford again captures GDA's multitude of keyboards, horns, vibraphone, flute, and percussion with a clarity that rockets past exotic to interplanetary..."

Redeye
Music Review  August 20, 2015, by Neph Basedow
"...Cello-buoyed opener "Dryland" commences the 11-track CD, its spiritually skewed chorus conveying the expat's embraced migration effectively: "I'm finally home," he sings, a tinge of twang detected in his calm baritone. Contributions from members of the Polyphonic Spree and Dana Falconberry's backing band reinforce the album's Texas slant, as do its producer Matt Pence (Midlake, Centro-matic), and mixer Erik Wofford (Black Angels, White Denim)..."

Welcome to the Machine
2014-15 Austin Music Industry Awards results
Music Story  March 12, 2015, by Kevin Curtin
"...6) Erik Wofford..."

Austin Music Industry Awards Winners
KUTX named Best Radio Station, Strange Brew Best Venue
DAILY Music  March 9, 2015, by The Music Staff
"...1) AJ Vallejo 2) Omar Vallejo 3) Ray Sr. 4) Tim Gerron 5) Chris “Frenchie” Smith 6) Erik Wofford 7) Adrian Quesada 8) Jim Eno 9) Michael Ramos 10) Cisco Ryder LOCAL LABEL..."

Aaron Behrens Keeps Rising
Ghostland Observatory singer sounds a battle cry in Midnight Stroll
DAILY Music  September 8, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"...AB: Exactly. The first time around, I went in the studio with Matt Drenik and Erik Wofford at Cacophony Recorders..."

Golden Dawn Arkestra
Music Review  August 28, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger
"...This Austin crew may actually prove even stranger. Recorded and produced by local A-team Erik Wofford and Adrian Quesada, the extraterrestrial 10-piece beams six songs in 24 minutes that walk a tightrope strung by two fellow locals, Hard Proof's electric boogaloo and Dead Music Capital Band's brass freakshow..."

Playback: DaveTV's Cable Access Comeback
DaveTV returns to cable access!
Music Column  August 21, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"..."We had help from some beautiful earthlings named Erik Wofford and Adrian Quesada," lauds Mgawi, who looks suspiciously like Sahara Lounge co-owner Topaz McGarrigle...."

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