Jennifer Kimball – Avocet

Jennifer Kimball, formerly of the folk duo the Story, releases her long-awaited third solo record on Epoisse Records.  The record began as a surprise birthday recording session at Q Division with recording engineer Matt Beaudoin.  Produced by Alec Spiegelman of Brooklyn-based avant-pop

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Dropkick Murphys – 11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory

Influenced by the band’s work with The Claddagh Fund, a charity the band established in 2009 to help support addiction recovery as well as children’s and veterans’ organizations, Dropkick Murphys released their ninth studio album “11 Short Stories of Pain and

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David Hinckley – David Hinckley

David Hinckley’s instrumental self-titled November release tastefully calls one’s senses to the sights and sounds of the 60’s with laid-back jazz, blues, surf and country elements co-existing to form a nostalgic experience.  From the Merle Travis-like country bounce of Parker’s

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Tanya Donelly – Swan Song Series

New England native Tanya Donelly’s most recent release, Swan Song Series, contains more than five volumes of new music recorded and mixed at Q Division in addition to other locations.  Tooraloo (Bonus Tracks), tracked and mixed by Rafi Sofer (additional tracking by

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Airport – Everything Old Is New

Released on December 13th, Airport’s latest release continues their exploration of 70’s inspired rock n roll.  Tinged with Tom Petty and the Heartbreaker inspired instrumentals underneath an ethereal stack of vocals, these tunes would feel right at home alongside early

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Philosophical Zombie – Cotard’s

Cotard’s, Philosophical Zombie’s newest album transports the listener to a dark, beautiful, dreamy world.  The flow of the album has a hypnotic effect, transitioning from spacious ambient sections filled with long delays, rich reverbs and whirling synths to more driving

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Nate Leavitt & The Elevation – Someone Send A Signal

Nate Leavitt & The Elevation’s April release, Someone Send A Signal captures intimate songwriting matched with tasteful playing from his seasoned band. Nate’s storytelling delivery evokes stylings heard from Neil Young and Ryan Adams, but with his own personal spin

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Abbie Barrett – That Shame

That Shame, Abbie Barrett’s most recent album, was produced by Ed Valauskas and recorded and mixed by Pat DiCenso at Q’s Studio A.  Layers of distorted guitars paired with punchy drums provide high-octane backdrops for Abbie’s attitude-driven voice and rebellious,

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Peter Buzzelle – Devil Love

Peter Buzzelle And The Academy’s September release, Devil Love is filled with crunchy guitars, driving drums and carefree, fun lyrics. Tracked at both 1867 and Q, and mixed by James Bridges in Studio A, this outing finds PB and his

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Pale Monsters – Take What You Can Take

Take What You Can Get is the debut release from Boston-based Indie Rock band, Pale Monsters.  Fronted by Chris Mulvey, former member of Muy Cansado, Pale Monsters finds Mulvey’s signature songwriting style in a new musical outfit.  Produced by Jon Lupfer and

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Parlour Bells – Never Let ‘Em Hold Ya Back

Never Let ‘Em Hold Ya Back marks the beginning of a new phase of Boston-based glam rock band, Parlour Bells.  Fronted by Goddamn Glenn, Parlour Bells’ newest single delivers a high-energy vocal performance paired with an infectious groove, powerful horns

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Tabari Lake – Locked Away (R. City)

Saint Thomas native Tabari Lake performs a beautiful rendition of Locked Away by R. City in Studio A, with stunning three part vocal harmony and tight instrumental support.

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Mother Ton – Earthbound

Mother Ton sheds some light on their atmospheric, spacey, and extremely groovy sound in their song “Earthbound.” With their super smooth horn arrangements and colorful vocal production, it’s a “no-holds-barred” sound thanks to seamless sectional transitions and some of Studio

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Adora Makokha – Yellow Submarine

Berklee comes back to Q Division for a different and sunny take on “Yellow Submarine.” With some help from one of our engineers, James Bridges (and accompanied by an adorable animation by Nicholas Bertholet), it features Berklee student Adora Makokha

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Tanya Donelly – Swan Songs Series

Tanya Donnelly’s Swan Song Series is now complete and released. Over the last few years Tanya has stopped in at Q periodically to work on on this series, and the recordings have been released in stages. May 20th marks the

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