These two sweet tunes from the Phil Aiken Army were recorded and mixed by Pat DiCenso and co-produced by Ed V. Lush arrangements, and great vocals from Phil and Chris Toppin (who’s also in Love Love). The Danger Field Project, Vol. 1 by The Phil Aiken Army
Great story songs about friendship, eggs, trees with graffiti, and any more topics, illustrated with trumpets and 12 string guitars. Tomorrow Will Be As Happy As Music by Uranium Daughters
Before Eddie Japan were kings and queens of the 2013 rock and roll rumble, they made this epic, spacious, retro, horny, stringy, and lush EP in Studio B with Rafi. Modern Desperation, Part 1 by Eddie Japan
Lyle Brewer – Wicked Live. Tracked by Adam Taylor, live, in Studio A.
Beverly based Caspian’s Waking Season was tracked in Studio A in 2011. It was produced by Matt Bayles, with Joe Tooley providing a great deal of the engineering at Q. Waking Season by Caspian
Our pal Anne recorded this song at Q with Mike Denneen.
Love in Stockholm performs Adele’s “I’ll Be Waiting,” live in studio A at Q Division. Pat DiCenso was at the controls for this one. Love and Stockholm made an EP called Hold Back The Sun that was produced by Ed V and engineered by Pat.
The Okay Win’s guitar drenched indie-rock noise is joyful and looks great in black and white. Recorded and mixed by Joe Tooley in Studio B, the Okay Win feature a former Q intern, Ryan Ward!
Here’s a short film chronicling the recording of the Halifax, NS based singer-songwriter, Rose Cousins’ latest release, We Have Made A Spark, at Q Division. Congratulations to Rose, for winning a Juno Award for the album, in the ‘roots & traditional album of the year’ category this past April.
Here’s a video for Airport’s Collide – including footage shot in Studio B.
Airport is the brain child of Craig Small, formerly of Waltham. Craig arrived at Q to produce the band Boone. This is his solo effort. Almost all the instruments were performed by Craig at home. After the record was done, drums were tracked in Studio B, and the entire thing was mixed by Rafi. Go […]
The Adam Ezra Group hunkered down in Studio A for a week in 2011 to work on three songs for their album Ragtop Angel. The band wrote a great blog entry about the experience here. Producer Aaron Johnson (The Fray) and engineer Warren Huart flew into town and worked on the album with the band. […]
Music video for Kingsley Flood’s “I Don’t Wanna Go Home”
Dropkick Murphys’ seventh release “Going Out In Style” recorded at Q Division.
Buffalo Tom will have a new record out March 8 called Skins- “a solid set of taut guitar pop and earnest wordplay — exactly what made some of their ’90s efforts, like Big Red Letter Day and Let Me Come Over, into college radio staples.” (Spin) Download their new song “Guilty Girls” on Spin.com.