November – June 2013

July 1, 2013 4:20 pm


Portugal. The Man returned to Kingsize Soundlabs to finish up their new record with producer Dangermouse. The sessions were engineered by Kennie Takahashi and assisted by Todd Malfalcone.


Punk rock legends Redd Kross were in Studio A recording a Turbonegro song for an upcoming tribute album.  Bassist Steve McDonald produced and was assisted by Brian Rosemeyer.

Songwriter/producer Ben H. Allen spent time at The Chateau and Studio C writing with several artists including, The Temper Trap, The Kooks, and Laura Marling.


Haim put the finishing touches on new material while in the A room with producer James Ford and engineer Jimmy Robertson.



Fink was in Studio A where they recorded material for a potential album.  Kingsize regular Scott Smith engineered the sessions.





The Allah-las recorded and mixed a new 7″ for Innovative Leisure in Studio A.  Nick Waterhouse produced this all-analog session with engineer Dave Trumfio and assistants Brian Rosemeyer and Celso Estrada.



Nick later returned to Kingsize Soundlabs to record a few of his own tracks.  This self-produced all-analog session was engineered by Richard Robinson and assisted by Brian Rosemeyer.


Epitaph recording group letlive. holed up in Studio C to finish recording a new album.



Producer Guy Eckstein recorded 2 albums in studio A.  The first was with Capitol recording artist Grant Davis and the other with Eilidh MckellarDave Trumfio mixed both albums along with the help of engineer Celso Estrada.



Thom Monahan returned to the A Room to produce new material with Henry Wolfe.




Bad Things spent the better part of the year occupying Mant where they recorded their debut album with producer Rob Schnapf.  Look for this album to be released on Warner Brothers later this year.



Between sessions with Bad Things Rob found time to record a new track with FIDLAR.  Chris Szczech assisted on both sessions.



UK based electronic music artist Sharooz spent time in Studio C where he worked on several new tracks.



Terraplane Sun returned to Kingsize Soundlabs to record new material and film a few live performances.  Celso Estrada engineered the sessions.



Japanese Rock & Roller Kozzy from The Mack Show was in Studio A recording new material for a solo project.  Richard Robinson engineered this all-analog session.




Carl Verheyen frequented the A Room to record basics for his next album, which is being executive produced by Gary Selick & co-produced by engineer Jorge Costa.



Australian disco duo The Swiss recorded live drums and bass for a new release.  Donnie Sloan produced, engineered, and played bass.




Ted Hutt and Ryan Mall returned from Ireland to mix The Riptide Movement‘s new album in Studio A.  Ted also produced a new record with Rose’s Pawn Shop at Kingsize North.  They mixed the album in the C Room.


Kamasi Washington was in Studio A putting the final touches on some amazing tracks.  The session included full band tracking, a string session, and a 10 person choir.



The Bolts returned to Studio A where they finished recording an album with producer Guy Eckstein. The songs were engineered and mixed by  Dave Trumfio and Celso Estrada.


Annie Trousseau returned to Kingsize Soundlabs to begin working on a new record.  She and her band worked in Studios A and C with engineer Brian Rosemeyer.




Cossbysweater recorded an album’s worth of material in the A Room.  The sessions were engineered and produced by Brian Speiser and Adam Busch.



Romeo Testa has been spending time at Kingsize Soundlabs writing songs with Matt Morris, First Born, and Mr. Hudson.



Tweak Bird spent the better half of a month in Studios A and C recording their new record with engineer/producer David Allen.




Cameron Rafati brought his band The Public into Kingsize North to record 3 new tracks with engineer Brian Rosemeyer.  The sessions were produced by Doug Showalter.


DJ Tom Chasteen brought in ska/reggae legend Cornell Campbell to record vocals on two tracks with engineer Brian Rosemeyer. Be on the look out for these releases soon!

Songwriter Alex James spent just over 3 weeks in Studio C writing with several different artists.  Harry Sommerdahl engineered the sessions.

J*DaVeY was in Studio C with engineer Celso Estrada to record vocals for a few new tracks.

Indie synth-rockers Max and The Moon were at Kingsize North to record basics for and upcoming album.

Dallas (Josh Hendrick / Tyler Halford / Taylor Johnson) spent time in the A Room putting the final touches on their LP set for release this summer.

Engineer Julian David was in Studio C with singer/songwriter Alex Hughes where they recorded vocal and guitar for an upcoming EP.

Ashley Alexander worked in the A Room where she recorded guitar overdubs for her upcoming album.

Matt Szlachetka was in Studio A with producer Joe Napolitano and engineer George Johnsen.  They recorded material for Matt’s upcoming solo release.

The Have Nots Theater recorded their play “The Shortest Distance” with engineer Brian Rosemeyer. The play, written by Rocky Hickey and directed by Lila Stone was mixed in the C Room.

Songwriter and producer Alex Palmer has been using Studio C for several new projects.

Hayle was holed up in Studio C with producer Bradley Kohn where they recorded new material for 7 original songs.

Chris Shaw recorded vocals for several new tracks in Studio C.

The Hang was in Studio C recording overdubs for a new release.

John Macy and the Heavy Hand returned to add essential overdubs to a record they started in the A Room.  John Baffa engineered once again.

The Chelsea Royal recorded drums in the A Room with enginner Brian Rosemeyer.

Pennel Bird has been spending time recording new tracks in both the A and C rooms. Brian Rosemeyer engineered the sessions.

Producer Tyler Chester spent a week in studio with artist Evan Wickham.

Ghost Lion was in the C Room and Chateau Trumfio with producer Lukas Burton.

Engineer Jesse String was in Studio A recording new piano tracks with Ashley Lambert.  Jesse also worked with Kristy Hanson in the A room where they recorded new record.

Almost Classy returned to KSL to record a few new tunes.  They spent a few days getting basics in studio with engineer/producer Kyle Ford and then moved in to Studio C to finish overdubs.

The band MEOW! spent a few days in Studio A where they recorded 4 new songs with engineer Brian Rosemeyer.

10 year old Mia Oswald-Burrell had her first recording session at Kingsize Soundlabs where she tracked 6 songs.

Producer Max Bloomberg spent a day in studio recording a version of the Mass of Creation with a 16 person choir.  Brian Rosemeyer engineered the sessions.

Rafe Pearlman and the Rare Birds recorded basics for a few new songs with engineer Brian Rosemeyer.

Singer Adrian Vera was in the A room where he recorded new material with producer and engineer Cian Riordin.

Eric Zayne spent a week in Studio A recording and mixing a new track with engineer Gregg Rominiecki.

Engineer and producer Paul Redel spent time in Studio A with Kevin Laurence.

The klezmer band Zetz recorded new songs in Studio A with engineer Brian Rosemeyer.

Producer/engineer Adam Mosley was in Studio C with Nick Wood working on several different projects.

Producer Willie Latimore has frequented the C Room to work on several different projects.