Karen K and the Jitterbugs mixed some magic. Matt and the Lower Standards cut another batch of soon to be standards. Jon Butcher is this close to finishing his next album. The Instinct finished their new record “Mostly Awake”. Sandra Lee baked a melody. Pocket Tanya channeled his inner Purple. Renee and Joe married melody to tape. Mexican Ape Lord went ape. Telamor recorded more. John Jerome took us home. Leo Ciaramataro practiced his strokes. Sophia Gadbois cut her college application. The Poor Sports scored a hit. Graham Neill and the Band of Wolves howled into the mics.
In The Studio:
Lisa Manning continues to sing her poems to tape. Tom Hauck‘s record #3 is sounding more like record #1. Morgan Jackson is recording his French Horn audition for a plethora of university admission applications. Litehouse are polishing of three more sound captures. Rob Garfield is layering his latest. The Instinct are coming in for a one and done session. Clock Strikes 10 are running the sets in Studio B. BAS is going remote to record a Meg Griffin interview with Bonnie Raitt for SiriusXM. Willie Loco Alexander is going to cut live with the A Train Orchestra.
Litehouse shined a beacon on three new songs. Jon Hardy finished the Mexican Ape Lord‘s vocals. Tom Hauck kept it rolling. Rob Garfield is cutting two more tracks for his core demographic. Sister Kathy continued to roll away the stone. Tim Castro sighted the Atlantic Starr sound in Gloucester. Willie Nile taped another appearance on “Having Words with Meg Griffin” for Sirius/XM. Megan McKenzie waxed poetic on for her band’s first release. Busty Moceri is getting loose as a goose on Thursday nights Dr. Jesse is producing the next Coldplay in August. Jon Butcher is cutting a track that features no guitar!
- Mark Pelosi recorded vocals by himself in the control room through a Bang A Song signal chain.
- Sister Kathy cut 20 basics and the overdubs have begun.
- Alise Ashby voiced her compositions through a Bang A Song signal chain.
- The Mercy Case’s next batch is getting mixed.
- The Electric Ears turned small amps up very loud.
- Jon Hardy is about to transition to records Mexican Ape Lord BASS.
The Instinct dubbed out their latest single. The Mercy Case are showing Jen no rock mercy. Jon Hardy continues to bake the Mexican Ape Lord‘s cake. Chelsea Berry is going to sing songs that soar. Sister Kathy is making your kids next favorite record. Tony and Jack O’hara are furnishing the Dog House. Sonic Euphoria are cutting more sides.
Tom Hauck is putting the wraps on his latest Lp.
Brad Byrd is coming in to produce the Rick Williams rock. Willie Alexander is identifying some radio stations. Tom Hauck is putting the finishing touches on his second Bang-A-Song recorded LP. Renee and Joe‘s album is being uploaded for mastering as we type. The Instinct are melting the walls between their rehearsal and our recording studio. Jon Hardy continues to give voice to the Mexican Ape Lord. The Boyfriends are laying down two tunes for a five minute cassette to be released in the near future.
Sonic Euphoria continue to chase their auditory high. Inge Berge cut rhythm tracks for his Erika Van Pelt productions. Tom Hauck stabs it in solo. Jon Hardy makes the Mexican Ape Lord tracks sing. Andrew Jones is stepping out from behind the kit to give the drummer some…songwriting and production credits. Brad Byrd is nesting a song or two at Bang-A-Song. Renee and Joe are one overdub and three mixes away from your favorite new album.
Jon Butcher is wailing guitar and vocals for the long awaited third Jon Butcher Axis album. Meg Griffin is bringing in Henley Douglas (HDR&B) for another Sirius/XM “Having Words with Meg”. Kim Jennings is mixing her next full length folk rock masterpiece. Joe and Renee cut their final basics for LP#1. Time to mix! Mexican Ape Lord are cutting slamming vocals to slamming tracks. Geoff Small and his band of Night Trippers are recording basics featuring a Gibson pedal steel guitar from 1955. Tom Hauck contines to refine one-man-band-dom. Sonic Euphoria are continuing to carve their tunes in rock. KBMG mixed a few longtime fan favorites that had never made it to tape. Godchild began a luv affair with recording by cutting a rendition of “Wagon Wheel”. Lisa Manning finished her latest album in record time. Rob Garfield came up from Philadelphia to cut tracks to accompany his latest book release.