Before Eddie Japan were kings and queens of the 2013 rock and roll rumble, they made this epic, spacious, retro, horny, stringy, and lush EP in Studio B with Rafi. Modern Desperation, Part 1 by Eddie Japan
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!
Here’s a video for Airport’s Collide – including footage shot in Studio B.
Airport is the brain child of Craig Small, formerly of Waltham. Craig arrived at Q to produce the band Boone. This is his solo effort. Almost all the instruments were performed by Craig at home. After the record was done, drums were tracked in Studio B, and the entire thing was mixed by Rafi. Go […]
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; BUT, Corin did drag his 1″ MCI 8 track tape deck to Q for the […]
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 for free, in both print AND digital formats!), but you can read some and see […]
Cool photos by Rafi Sofer
Boston indie rockers The Space Moderns were keeping it real in Studio B. They are seen here in a live action shot: Peter Dowd on the left is playing guitar and singer/songwriter/drummer Steve Chen is at the drum set.
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 the Starlets, which came together in 2007, reveals, as Gene says, that he’s “the luckiest […]
Legendary Rocker Graham Parker squeezed out a few acoustic versions of his catalog with Mike Gent and Matt Tahaney.