Thanks to Emily Denton , Pony Time has made another killer video. This time it’s for the song “Geordie”off their upcoming full-length Go Find Your Own on Per Se Records. The record was recorded by Don at Earwig (duh) in late 2012. Enjoy!
Here is a cover of a Magnetic Fields song that Don and wife Sharon recorded for Don’s sister’s wedding.
The Horse Thieves stopped by Earwig Studio to perform a live in-studio set before one of their shows here in Seattle. The band has been gaining some notoriety in the Northwest over the last year for their unique and hypnotizing style as well as lyrical maturity. They are truly nice people and we were very excited to capture this live recording. The video was beautifully set up and captured by our friend Lance Hofstad of the Portland band Estocar
Smiley Faces makes me feel like I’m at an outdoor festival in Fort Collins, hangin out in the beer garden. We started recording last summer and they recently released their new album, “Requiem For The Beast”. Vocal harmonies galore, groovin bass/drums and sax-a-ma-phone! An extra bonus is that these are some of the nicest dudes you’ll ever meet:)
Here is a link to their music:
It’s amazing to have such a variety of talented musicians coming through our doors! Here is a quote from her site:
“Expressive vocals and sparse keyboard and guitar arrangements make up this album that reflects influences as varied as jazz, musical theatre, traditional Persian and 1960′s folk. The songs are largely in English, with some Farsi and French.”
Well I’ve been asked twice about this so I thought I should get on it! Please contact me anytime about buying a gift certificate. Although I have a 4-hour minimum for booked sessions, gift certificates can be bought for any dollar amount.
Okay, “obliterate” is a bit exaggerated. But we had a blast running the hammond through an amp then back into the leslie for the dirtiest distorted organ EVER:)
Check out their website for more info: