A note from Jon Lupfer

    All of us at Q Division are so grateful for the outpouring of love and support we have received since Mike’s passing. It’s a reminder of the  amazing community we are part of, and that he helped build.

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Kyrie Irving

It’s always fun to have someone famous in the studio, but occasionally they are famous for something else. (like… basketball)

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Xenia Dunford – Flesh and Bone (& Everything Within) Side B

Xenia Dunford hunkered down in Q Division with engineer Joel Edinberg and producer Forrest Pettengill to produce this bewitching collection of songs. We love how ambient and ethereal the band sounds – beautifully surrounding Xenia’s super present voice. Flesh and

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Susan Cattaneo Live

We love doing these kinds of sessions, where bands perform in front of a live audience, and we multi-track the show. Often these shows are combined with a video shoot. Not to brag, but we think Studio A looks and

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Pale Monsters: All This Time We Wait video

Chris Mulvey just shared a new music video that was filmed with their friend Nick Mariani. You can check out on Vimeo or YouTube. The video involves a lot of bike riding and traffic in Boston. These are things that happen. It’s warmer

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Jake Brennan – DISGRACELAND Podcast

For lovers of true crime and music, Jake Brennan’s DISGRACELAND Podcast explores the alleged true crime antics and criminal connections of musicians we love like Jerry Lee Lewis, Beck, The Rolling Stones, Tay K-47, Tupac Shakur, Mayhem, Van Morrison and

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The Gravel Project release Wishful Thinking

The Gravel Project (not to be confused with THE GRAVEL PIT) have been working on a release with Matt Beaudoin, and here’s a sweet video of them rocking in Studio A. These guys really care about their songs and tones

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Amanda Palmer – Small Hands, Small Heart

Amanda Palmer and our old friend Sean Slade rolled into Studio A for a couple of days to record a song Amanda wrote with the help of her fans. Proceeds from the sale of the song on Bandcamp went towards

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Magen Tracy – Color the Air

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Pat DiCenso, Magen Tracy’s 2017 Boston Music Awards nominated song, Color the Air, is described as a cross between Tori Amos and Lucinda Williams.  With soulful vocals, poignant songwriting, and piano-driven pop-rock with a dash

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Abbie Barrett covers Walter Sickert

Mixed by Pat DiCenso and released to the images of a General Motors extended advertisement 1950s, Barrett’s cover of Walter Sickert’s Atom Bomb is self described as “the Jetsons meets dystopia.” Check out Vanyaland’s write up to find out about

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Bose Speaker Cube

Our friend Matt Russell visited us alongside the folks from Bose a couple of months ago and they cut a song and filmed a video about one of their BoseBuild Speaker Cube – a fun little DIY project.

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The Rationales – Upstream

Described by American U.K. as “textured melodic rock, fizzing with an energy difficult not to wholeheartedly sink into,” the Rationales’ Upstream was produced by Q Division’s Ed Valauskas and mixed by Pat DiCenso – in all of our studios. Check

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Oh The Humanity! – Tired Ears EP

Recorded and mixed by Q Division’s Sean Cahalin, Oh The Humanity!’s EP “Tired Ears” was released on June 30th via Ocelot Records.  With tempo-driving drums, oft-melodic aggressive guitar licks and vocals reminiscent of A Day to Remember’s frontman Jeremy McKinnon,

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Shotgun Waltz – Skin Deep EP

With 2017’s Skin Deep EP, Shotgun Waltz has crafted a release that has earthy, quirky, gritty takes on love, disappointment and renewal wrapped in melodic guitar-oriented texture.  The group was formed in 2012 by Jim DeTore, singer songwriter and longtime supporting musician

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Juliana Hatfield – Pussycat

Playing all instruments but drums, Hatfield completed Pussycat in under two weeks recording at Q with Pat “Denzel” DiCenso. Written in response to the election cycle of President Trump, there is an immediacy to its melodies—simpler and scrappier than she’s written

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