Kingsize November 2017 Update
Lots going on recently, thought we’d tell you about a little bit of it! Just a reminder - if you think you might be interested in one of our kickass, fully-treated sound offices (or “Soundlabs” for short), we have a few openings as of now. They tend to get snatched up pretty quickly, so please do not hesitate to contact us ASAP for a tour!
We kicked November off with a week of Soft Kill tracking their fourth LP in Studio A. With Ben Greenberg at the helm, the band put to bed a whopping thirteen new songs. The album is planned to release on Profound Lore Records sometime in 2018.
Following that session, we played host to indie-pop songcrafters Wet and producer Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Local Natives). The session featured many excellent session players, but the true highlight was a visit from Joey Waronker whose drumming has graced the music of Beck, Elliot Smith, Roger Waters, R.E.M., and countless others. A literal blanket fort was constructed in the live room around the kit (our house '70s Ludwig) in order to achieve the driest sound possible.
Wrapping up our pre-Turkey Day weekend, Mighty Mighty Bosstones began work on basic tracking for an upcoming release with producer Ted Hutt. This will mark their third record in a row to be recorded in our Studio A, following 2009’s Pin Points and Gin Joints and 2011’s The Magic of Youth.
That’s just a taste of what we can talk about - plenty of other amazing projects lately at 64Sound, Studio V7, and Studio C that are still under wraps! We look forward to sharing them with you… someday!