The Seven Ups released their self-titled album, which I recorded at Sound Park then mixed at The Aviary.
These two tracks I had a lot to do with. The A side featuring One Sixth is actually a track I produced based on the very first recording we did at HopeStreet, recorded
Hands down this has to be one of the best records I’ve had the pleasure of working on. The PutBacks are such a great unit, and Emma’s personality shines on
Jadida combine North African, Middle Eastern and Indian influences.
The follow up album to You Me Bullets Love was co-produced by myself and Bob Knob. We tracked most of the band at Sound Park, with many overdubs of percussion, synths,
Heavy cinematic ethio-funk, recorded at The Aviary.
This release was recorded at The Aviary by Bob Knob and me, using my 8 track Otari 1/2″ tape machine. Bob then mixed Spanish Harlem and I mixed the other two
Amadou Kalissa and Aliou Sylla perform together as the group Badenya, playing the music of Guinea on kora, dun dun and vocals. I recorded this song as part of
This album was recorded by Bob Knob and myself at The Aviary, after my 8 track was installed.
A three track recording released on 7″ vinyl. “Deep funk and bad afro”, as the band describes themselves. I tracked the band more or less all live at