Duane Lundy brings a cinematographer’s sensibility to production; he creates soundtracks for the mind in the recording studio. Lundy has shown a flair for delicate, atmospheric touches, both in producing material for other musicians and as a recording artist and composer forTV/Film/Advertising. Stressing emotionality over the technical aspects of making albums,  The results of this approach have ranged from the unhinged roots rock of “To The Wind And On To Heaven” by Sunday Valley (Sturgill Simpson), to the understated beauty of “Dear Companion” by Ben Sollee/Daniel Martin Moore/Jim James (Sub Pop).