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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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New Sleepyhead video

Some people can make rocking look fun. Check out the newest Sleepyhead video, recorded at the mighty Q. Nice write up in AVClub, too boot.

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Jeff Mellin featuring Jenny Dee: Don’t Go Crazy Before I Do!

In 2013 Jeff Mellin swung into Q to record this snappy retro duet. Ed V and the Mayor worked this song, which also features Tim Gearan, Andy Plaisted, Eric Salt, Abbey Barrett,  and Phil Aiken. Jeff is responsible for the

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John Powhida International Airport – Airport Life (BC)

John Powhida International Airport

If you feel like you’ve been waiting a minute for the new JPX album, you’re probably right. But, it’s been worth the wait! The new release from John Powhida International Airport finds our hero J-Po (and an all-star cast) in

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Sleepyhead Video and Boston area release party!

Sleepyhead has a video for their song WILD SOMETIMES To quote Chris O’Rourke “Our first video, the title track from Wild Sometimes has just been released thanks to the fabulous Wifey.tv. Directed by the amazing Jeannie Donohoe. Please SHARE SHARE

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Grammercy Arms- Always in Love (Video)

Grammercy Arms came in to record some of the background vocals and horns on this brilliant pop gem.

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Lenny Kaye & Al Kooper – Working on Jessi Colter Songs

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Jon Lupfer

Jon, also referred to as the Mayor, is one of the co-founders of Q Division. Here he is indicating that “it’s a hit”.

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Buffalo Tom on Spin.com

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

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Corin Ashley – Badfinger Bridge (Video)

Corin Ashley’s Badfinger Bridge is off his 2013 release New Lion Terraces. It was recorded all over the place, INCLUDING a studio called Abbey Road (as this video makes clear)!  Not sure anything on this song was tracked at Q;

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Q Division featured in Tape Op

Tape Op magazine is the only studio magazine that anyone we know ever READS, so we were psyched that they wanted to do a feature on Q Division. I’m afraid the entire interview is only in the magazine itself (available

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Meg Hutchinson – Hard to Change (Video)

Hard to Change came out on Meg’s 2010 release (her second for the Red House Painters label), The Living Side.” Produced by Crit Harmon, and engineered and mixed by Jon Lupfer, this lush album has an outstanding band. Kevin Barry

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Gene Dante and the Future Starlets – A Madness to his Method (Video)

Gene Dante and the Future Starlets release their new video “A Madness to his Method” (from the album The Romantic Lead- recorded at Q Division).

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Gene Dante and The Future Starlets – The Romantic Lead (BC)

Gene Dante and the Future Starlets released this ambitious album, reminiscent of a rock opera, in 2009. Peter Lubin and Jon Lupfer spent about a few intense weeks in Studio B capturing the very capable band….: The latest incarnation of

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Irresponsibles – Quality of Life

Jason Mcneil from AllMusic says “Judging by the introductory Self Sabotage song, this quartet is intent on recreating a pop rock album in a style of mildly independent slacker rock groups, complete with the explicit lyrics. But delving deeper into

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