To my dearest niece, Audrey Katharine…I wrote this song for you.
The War on Drugs has a new EP called Future Weather out on Secretly Canadian on October 26th, and S.C. are also releasing Nightlands‘ debut Forget the Mantra on November 9th. I’m friends with these guys, worked a bit on both of these records, and I’m super psyched for them to be out!
Check out the press on the Secretly Canadian website…
The new Creeping Weeds record that I mastered this summer, See Through, is up at Bandcamp.
Latest mix that I have been involved in this month. Five other songs are coming together as well. More to come soon enough!
Dave Hartley should live in a van. Every time he’s been out on tour this month something that he’s been involved in makes Pitchfork’s Forkcast. This time it’s The War On Drugs.
Adam writes great songs. “Comin’ Through” is no exception. It contains so much that I love about great music. His lyrics, sonic experimentation, sick guitar tones. Dimension. And vibe. It’s simply brilliant.
New mini album/EP “future weather” is due out on Secretly Canadian October 26th. Pick it up peeps.
Been really busy with a number of recording projects since my last post in April. I’ll be uploading links and some details soon enough.
Until then enjoy the new Jesse Gimbel record that I mastered in June…
Congratulations to Jason T. Lewis and the band! Nice to see this record getting a lot of love!
I’ve decided to blow the cobwebs off of some old instrumentals and release them as a mini-EP on Bandcamp. These songs were recorded at home between 2003 and 2006. These were just sketches with the exception of “A Bouquet of Ghosts” which was written and recorded as the theme for a student film called “The Other Side”.
Hope you enjoy them.
Congratulations to Jim and Nancy and the band! The CW network used “Recognize” from Draw Blood! Undead @ Stella Blue on last Monday’s episode of Life Unexpected! I spent some of last August assembling and mastering the live record from DAT recordings done at Stella Blue in Asheville, NC back in 2002.