I made this video of a road trip I took from North Carolina to Seattle a few summers ago to record some music with Seedsquatch at my buddy Kevin Bressler’s Whiney Cat Audio Studio. I loved the way the video came out and I put some acoustic guitar music that I recorded underneath it…since I released the acoustic guitar album through CD Baby, youtube’s algorithms put a copyright claim on the music and wouldn’t let me share the video…so I had to appeal the copyright dispute to CD Baby, since I own the copyright…and they recently released the claim, so here it is…ah the fun of the legal side of music distribution.
Here are the latest releases from Science! and The Insinuators in their Live Shows Series’!
Here’s the second installment of The Insinuators Live Show Series. This multitrack recording is from Substation in Seattle, WA on July 13th, 2016. The Insinuators were joined by keyboardist Bahaa Sadak for the entire set.
I’m thrilled to share the debut studio album from The Insinuators, “Way Past Wichita Falls”starting today! The official CD release is 08.09.2016.
As part of our ongoing Getting to know Science! series, we discuss tracks on our new album Alcoves and Alleyways. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/alcoves-and-alleyways/id955002357
I’m really excited about the new Science! album “Alcoves and Alleyways”! I recorded, mixed, produced, played instruments, sang and wrote music for it. Great work by Justin Stang who co-wrote the music, sang and played guitar. Thanks to Don Dieterich for his great drumming, Steve Turnidge for the fantastic mastering and Oliver Mullins for the super cool artwork!
Science! talks with London Tone Music about recording their new single “Shuksan” at Seattle’s London Bridge Studio for the 52 x 52 project.