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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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Bent Knee – Say So

Tracked in Studio A with Matt Beaudoin, Bent Knee’s latest full length is a mind bending fusion of styles – all stretched quite wide.   Say So by Bent Knee

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Berklee Indian Ensemble ft. Armeen Musa – Jaago Piya

Berklee dips into Q Division studio A to accommodate all the different sounds and personalities of the Berklee Indian Ensemble to release “Jaago Piya” on the auspicious occasion of Bangla Noboborsha, the first day of the Bengali Calendar year 1423.  

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Eric Salt & the Electric City’s Excellent!

Very excited to share Eric Salt and the Electric City’s video for their new song, Excellent, which is, er… Excellent! Produced by Ed V and recorded and mixed by Pat DiCenso. The video was premiered by our friends over at

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Abbie Barrett – Take it in Stride

It’s what happens when you take the burning talent of Abbie Barrett and the production (and bass) skills of Q Division’s studio manager, Ed Valauskas – Take it in Stride is a whiplash of a record, and tight doesn’t even

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American Symphony of Soul – Swept Up

Sound of Boston recently checked out the band’s debut, which they worked on with Matt Tahaney. They have this to say: The album, which was recorded at two Somerville studios—Q Division and Phoenix Down Recording—is a 35-minute work of shining

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The I Don’t Cares

The new record by the I Don’t Cares (Paul Westerberg and Juliana Hatfield) is out today! The artwork was done by our pal Nicole Anguish over atDaykamp Creative. The record was mastered here at Q Division Studios by Pat DiCenso

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Berklee Sessions – Hal Crook – Behind These Eyes

We host recording/filming sessions for Berklee that result in wild performances. Check out as Hal Crook brings some tight, uplifting grooves into Studio A as he and his band perform his original composition “Behind These Eyes” – featuring some soulful

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Caspian – Dust and Disquiet

We were pleased to host North Shore band Caspian while they tracked another full length at Q. They brought Matt Bayles (he’s worked with all sorts of well known/heavy bands, such as Isis/Mastodon) with them, and it sounds amazing. The

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Brian Carpenter & The Confessions

Two tracks from Brian Carpenter & The Confessions upcoming debut, The Far End of the World, have been released in the last couple of weeks. The band was tracked in Studio A (to 2″ tape), vocals were overdubbed in Studio

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John Stiles feat. Rachel Siegel – Under the Bridge (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

Filmed and recorded in Studio A, this production features a modern version of Under the Bridge by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. With a vibrant and colorful fusion atmosphere mixed in, this song highlights the songwriting of RHCP by giving

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Milkbread – Contiguous

Another Rubber Tracks session produced this hypnotic hip-hop/jazz track from Milkbread.

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