Bang-A-Song was unparalleled in productivity this summer! Check out this list of New Releases that we tracked or mixed or mastered at Bang-A-Song:
- Close to our hearts here: George Hall & Friends served up a track for the Asa Brebner Tribute (Vol 2) called Idle Hands.
- John Jerome released two singles in advance of his new LP: I’m on My Way To Somewhere and It’s Only A Day (available here on Spotify and all streaming platforms).
- James White has released only “Somewhat Feral, despite being more than somewhat productive in the studio this summer!
- Cream aka Manti Carlo knows Everything Is Real when it’s mixed at Bang-A-Song.
- After releasing Roll and Go in January, Corey Wrinn introduced his second release of 2022 this August: the NYC EP (available here on Spotify and all streaming platforms).
- Butcher, Baglio & Estes released Gypsy Caravan and a video for the lead-off single “Long Player“.
- Pop experts Surnames released the groovy single Papercut on the last day of August because it’s a summer smash (to my ears) (here on Spotify and all streaming platforms).
- And if you need to actually SEE the beach while you’re humming a summer Bang-A-Song single, then this Long Beach music video from CFG is the solution: Find My Island (on Spotify and all streaming services).
- Telamor is showing everyone how it’s done with She’s Bad, Rosaline, Run With You, Flash, Ready For Someone New, Communication Breakdown, Kick It Out, Wild Wild Weekend, Kind Hearted Woman/Cross Road Blues, Big Love, Top of The World and Lonelyhearts (all on Bandcamp).
- Willie Alexander & The Fishtones’ album “Aqua Vega” is now available on CD at Mystery Train Records, for you collectors out there!
Phew! As if that wasn’t enough, we’ve had a steady stream of VIP’s in the studio (Mayor Greg Verga on bass, Dave Marciano of Wicked Tuna with Cut Bridge Productions) and a long list of folks working on their tunes: Allen Estes, Jim Coyle, Dawn Carroll, Rick Harte, Karen Ristuben, Surnames, James White, Simon Ritt, Kim Blisard, Realm, Senior Moment, Corey Wrinn, Jon Butcher, U-Ey at the Buoy, Mikey Holland, Cream, Josh English, Telamor, Organismic, Electric Factory X, and Brian King w/ What Time Is It Mr. Fox.