Beware the Danger of a Ghost Scorpion! are a Boston based Surf-Prog band that was in Studio A tracking an EP as part of their Converse Rubber Tracks session. Reverb, reverb, tape delay, echo, and maybe a little spring reverb…
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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.
This batch of synth pop tunes was recorded at Q by Adam Taylor (of Camp Street Studios), and Sean Cahalin. While the tunes are synth heavy you can hear some of our guitar amps & pedals too. I remember Push…
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, the bynars
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!
Buffalo Tom’s new CD is out- July 11, 2007 Read about it in the Globe.
Scamper made a full length and two EP’s at Q in the mid 2000 with Top Polce producing and engineering. Guitar heavy, rocking drums, vocals harmonies, and love sick pop songs are exactly what ever happened to Scamper. Whatever Happened…