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Special Musical Guest: Nick Jonas!

While on tour this January, Nick Jonas wrote a new song that he wanted to record as soon as possible, so he and his band stopped by Q Division. Left to Right- Sonny Thompson (guitar), Tommy Barbarella (keys) , Paul

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State Radio- Let It Go

State Radio recorded the tracks for their album Let It Go in Studio A. The band gave Pat his still often used nick name DENZEL! Visit Pat’a page to lean more about that… Let It Go by State Radio

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Greg Martin in Studio B

  Cool photos by Rafi Sofer

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Space Moderns

Boston indie rockers The Space Moderns were keeping it real in Studio B. They are seen here in a live action shot: Peter Dowd on the left is playing guitar and singer/songwriter/drummer Steve Chen is at the drum set.

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Gene Dante and the Future Starlets – A Madness to his Method (Video)

Gene Dante and the Future Starlets release their new video “A Madness to his Method” (from the album The Romantic Lead- recorded at Q Division).

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Graham Parker visits

Legendary Rocker Graham Parker squeezed out a few acoustic versions of his catalog with Mike Gent and Matt Tahaney.

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Liz Phair in the Studio

Liz Phair, exiled in Q-ville with Joe Tooley, who should have gotten her to play the six string bass, but didn’t.

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Buffalo Tom’s newest release

  Buffalo Tom’s new CD is out- July 11, 2007 Read about it in the Globe.

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Heath Street – Heath Street

Their bio notes:  “A Harvard-educated sound engineer who performs folk rock instead of going to class? It’s worth a listen. Heath Street front man Scott Fruhan, a Boston singer/songwriter and sound engineer, began his professional music career in 2000 after

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Mark Bates – Wish I Was There

Mark Bates’s album Wish I Was There was released in 2006, and features Tom Polce in various guises (mixer, engineer, drummer, and bassist!). Produced by Mark Bates, it also features both Matt’s in engineering roles. Mark showcases his ease in the

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Superlow – Going Out Heavy

MusicToday explains “Superlow is a hard rock trio that channels teenage angst into a fiery sound that’s all grown up. Their music evokes the youth experience of smoking after school, working dead-end jobs and getting attention from pretty girls. Ed

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The Spaceshots – Siren Sounds

Matthew Ritchie says “Soon-to-be pop sensation Patrick Emswiler and band string together 10 non-stop power pop tracks that are sure to have you singing along! Imagine if XTC and Pink Floyd got together and jammed with Semisonic…. yeah. Awesome.” Engineered

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Irresponsibles – Quality of Life

Jason Mcneil from AllMusic says “Judging by the introductory Self Sabotage song, this quartet is intent on recreating a pop rock album in a style of mildly independent slacker rock groups, complete with the explicit lyrics. But delving deeper into

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The Vodkasonics – “take her to the zoo!”

A fan states ” This band sounds like a harder and grungier Squeeze. I saw them play at Brownie’s in NYC and picked up the CD at the show. The first song has been boppin’ in my head since I

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Möl Triffid – Touch The Monkey!

The only review we could find of this album (on Amazon, in 2009) from Cpt. Damien Howdy says: “The best way to describe it I think is sort of like halfway between Melvins and Jesus Lizard but with occasionally goofier

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