Recent Bands I Recorded n’ Mixed

Hi!

A few months back, I finished up three recording projects, two of which you can find out on the internets now.  These be New Shields, Coahoma Soul, and Down by the Glenside.  Let me share some info about each, and embed some links for you to follow!

Give them a listen and buy their stuff!  Keep credible local music alive — they’re working hard to bring you good stuff, so help keep it possible!

New ShieldsCome Back Set Back” EP – We recorded drums at a great place in Philly called Drowning Fish Studio, then recorded and mixed everything else at my place, Viking Camel Studio.  I severely enjoy working with these guys because they’re great to hang around, they have great ideas, easy to work with, and can write non-trivial songs.

Coahoma Soul Oklahoma” Single – These guys were a ball of energy and we laughed a lot.  There was a lot of dancing when recording this.  The piano part is just smooth and amazing for how young that fellow is pulling it off.   Seeing them live is just great, since they swap who’s playing or singing constantly.  Great in studio and in concert.  Mega talented.

Down by the Glenside – None of them are Irish, but if you close your eyes you’d be fooled.  Lots of great traditional tunes.  Sadly, I have no link to give ya.

New Shields – Recording These Guys

I record bands. Sometimes I wear a cape and act as if I’m also a producer. I mix too, and believe me, that’s not mastering.

So anyway, these guys, New Shields, we have a great time together. I get to bend the english language with them in its usage, and then we put together some really enjoyable recordings. In my ever present quest to get noticed or feel cool about myself, I’d like to show off this lovely video of some of our recent guitar tracking sessions. It was like mad scientist days. I burnt out a little tube amp. I have no idea where to get the tubes for it either.

Watch n’ see: