Check out this poppy tune from Parks! Matty B tracked drums and various other bits and bobs. The song won the Jon Lennon songwriting contest in 2013. Brian E King has this to say about the song: “I wrote “Sweater…
Lyle Brewer – Wicked Live. Tracked by Adam Taylor, live, in Studio A.
Beverly based Caspian’s Waking Season was tracked in Studio A in 2011. It was produced by Matt Bayles, with Joe Tooley providing a great deal of the engineering at Q. Waking Season by Caspian
Our pal Anne recorded this song at Q with Mike Denneen.
Love in Stockholm performs Adele’s “I’ll Be Waiting,” live in studio A at Q Division. Pat DiCenso was at the controls for this one. Love and Stockholm made an EP called Hold Back The Sun that was produced by Ed…
Here’s a short film chronicling the recording of the Halifax, NS based singer-songwriter, Rose Cousins’ latest release, We Have Made A Spark, at Q Division. Congratulations to Rose, for winning a Juno Award for the album, in the ‘roots &…
Here’s a video for Airport’s Collide – including footage shot in Studio B.
The Adam Ezra Group hunkered down in Studio A for a week in 2011 to work on three songs for their album Ragtop Angel. The band wrote a great blog entry about the experience here. Producer Aaron Johnson (The Fray)…
Writer and Producer Wyclef Jean works on strings for the upcoming album The Haitian Experience, along with student musicians, arrangers and producers from Berklee College of Music. Read more about the session in the Berklee Blogs.
So we’re better at recording audio than photography. So sue us. These are the Rudds, who are awesome.
Local garage rock heroes The Downbeat 5 recently recorded a live record at Q division called Live (But Not) at Budokan! for the Steelcage label. photo credit: Joan Hathaway
State Radio recorded the tracks for their album Let It Go in Studio A. The band gave Pat his still often used nick name DENZEL! Visit Pat’a page to lean more about that… Let It Go by State Radio
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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).
Legendary Rocker Graham Parker squeezed out a few acoustic versions of his catalog with Mike Gent and Matt Tahaney.