Jon Butcher jammed. Lisa Manning performed poetry. Telamor channeled Kanye. The Instinct mixed it up. Mike Francis and Wren Sound created songs from thin air. Hot Lemon squeezed out a mix. Pulp Free OJ squeezed out a senior project. Don(na) Freylue started a track on acoustic. Sonic Euphoria cut another collection.
Tony taught a Music Production and Engineering class through the excellent auspices of
Sound Harbor. Thanks to everyone who attended! Look out for more classes in June.
Also coming up in June:
Mosse is growing songs. Jon Butcher is making magic, Spanish Castle style. Sarah Kilborne is creating an audio calling card for The Lavender Blues.
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Satch Kerans is mixing another great collection of songs. Telamor is already at work on LP3. Mary Lou Lord is this close to finishing her next record. Kenny Chambers and the Electric Ears have finished their debut LP and sent it out for mastering. Pocket Tanya is keeping it unreal. Renee and Joe are warming our hearts out. The A-Train Orchestra are getting there fast. Susan Waller transferred tapes taped at the legendary Cameron’s. Pray for Mojo had their prayers answered. Mike Francis of Soul Rebel Project did some extracurricular overdubs for Mr. Babson. Scout did tracks on his own. Alien Psychology featuring Scout are working on tracks together. Jason Carpenter worked on his mixing skills. Chelsea Berry is recording her “living room” record. Megan McKenzie is making SAFETY happen. Jon Butcher is teaching us a thing or two about tone!
And then, right in the cracks between “
In The Studio: July 2014” and “ In The Studio: Aug/Sep/Oct 2014“, came this guy: Linwood “Woody” Becker Goddess. We’re happy to have him!
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With all the snowfall I didn’t even realize I hadn’t let you know what’s been going on at
Bang-A-Song the past few months so here goes:
Willie “Loco” Alexander and the Raztones have finished tracking and begin mixing their new record this Friday! Renee & Joe mixed another great song “ Steal You Flowers” which was made available for Valentine’s Day. Mike Francis from Soul Rebel Project and Mile 21 laid down vocals and guitars for many upcoming projects. The Instinct laid down enough tracks to start their first full length. Jon Butcher is cutting tracks for his latest (first?) theater production. Daniel Dye and the Miller Road Band came in again from Ohio to start their next LP at Bang-A-Song. Anna Rae used Bang-A-Song to film a Q&A with the engineers/mixers involved with her upcoming release. Tom Hauck finished his new album “Valentine to the Future”, released it under the new band name TELAMOR and is now reworking his previous solo tracks with his new group. Satch Kerans had a great session with Timo Shanko on bass and Leo Ciaramitaro on drums. Pocket Tanya is this close to finishing the new EP. Lisa Manning sequenced and mastered her new LP. Tony and Warren cut tracks on spec for future use in Polish laundry detergent ads. Mara Bettencourt finished mastering and released her new album “Eclectic Soul”. Alien Psychology achieved the rare feat of shredding their vocal chords with melody for their latest two tracks. Sonic Euphoria came in from the cold after a many month lay off. Watts held court at Bang-A-Song for the David Robinson 65th birthday surprise party afterparty.
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From 6pm-9pm on Friday night, January 25th, the Cape Ann Museum will be hosting a “CAMafterhours Winter Gathering” featuring the Art of Ralph Colburn and sound installations from Willie Alexander and me, Nathan Cohen and Robert Bradshaw. Tapas and sangria and scavenger hunts and art and music. What more could you ask for on a Friday night?