Grammercy Arms came in to record some of the background vocals and horns on this brilliant pop gem.
Well, sure… the billboard story is about Ray Lamontagne, who was rehearsing for his tour at Q. But the important thing to us is that they took photos of the back hall and the chainlink fence of the parking lot!
The Bynars have been to Q Division a few times. This time they were here on a Converse Rubber Tracks session, where they used their day with Matt Beaudoin to work on the song Time Vs. Money. Word has it…
Harmoos’s Anything came out in April of 2014, and was recorded by Joel Edinberg. It’s a collection of mostly quiet and atmospheric guitar based songs. Anything by Harmoos
Matt Tahaney produced and engineered this punk rock anthem by Bostonian’s OC45. It’s a classic sounding punk tune with thundering drums and loud guitars.
The Blue Ribbons, a band familiar to anyone who’s set foot in Toad in Porter Square on a recent Tuesday night, recorded AND shot a completely live album in Studio A, in October of 2013. They spent an afternoon setting up…
Mellow Bravo were in Studio A as part of the Converse Rubber Tracks Series. They recorded and mixed this killer track, with Matt Beaudoin at the controls. It was a blast having these guys in the building – they loved…
Barricades slipped into Q for a Converse Rubber Tracks session in the first week we hosted the pop up studio in Studio A. Poppy, powerful, fantastic vocals, and great guitars sounds. Converse’s Aaron Bastinelli came down from Brooklyn for the…
Joe Tooley recorded and mixed this full length from locals Brother & Co. The band is led by Josh Pritchard of Ruin/Renewal. Unknow You is often quiet, introspective, alternative/Americana sounding tunes with whispery vocals, expansive drums, and textured guitars. Did…
Color Channel recorded this funky hazy tune with Matt Beaudoin in Studio A as part of the Converse Rubber Tracks sessions. Great bass, awesome vocals, and tight drumming. Out of Breath by Color Channel
Sean engineered and mixed this fantastic song, but what we really like about this is, well… ZOMBIES. But we promise that hanging with Sean is anything but a Zombie filled experience. Mostly.
The last studio recording by Charlie Chesterman was cut live in Studio A with a band of Charlie’s friends. The result is this lovely tune, Carolina Blue. Rafi and Pete Weiss engineered the recording, and Pete mixed it up in…