With the prevalence of today's home recordists, celebrating 10 years as a recording studio is no small feat for any business, much less one started almost by accident. Tiny Telephone, a small warehouse on a Mission District dead-end, was initially a rehearsal space for a collective of musicians. When most of the bands involved broke up, singer-songwriter John Vanderslice realized he needed an outlet for his "obsessive gear collecting." He took it upon himself to build a full-time studio, in part so he could record music at his leisure. "Knowing that I could use the studio to make any kind of record I wanted made it really palatable to get high on lead fumes from... More >>>