Posts Tagged ‘recording’


Free Free Free Downloads…

Monday, September 14th, 2009

The B3nson Recording Company – who are taking over an entire stage at LarkFest on Saturday – have just released a compilation of songs from their artist roster, free for the downloading. If you’re not familiar with the B3nson folks, here’s your chance: 17 songs, including Scientific Maps, Matthew Loiacono (on loan from Collar City Records), We Are Jeneric, Sgt. Dunbar & the Hobo Banned and more.

Tomorrow is the official release of Super 400‘s new CD, “Sweet Fist,” but we still have a free mp3 download of their hot new single “Flashlight” available. Get it while you can.

Free download of the entire acclaimed Jeebus show at Savannah’s from Friday, August 28.

Jill Hughes is slated to release her new CD, “For the First Time,” with two swinging CD release parties at the Van Dyke this Saturday, September 19. Be sure to check back later this week, when will make a free mp3 download available, and we’ll be hosting a contest as well, giving away a free autographed copy of the CD.

Real Good For Free: CRUMBS Nite Out @ The Linda

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

I’ll be on a panel discussion about home music recording with Dan Berggren and Troy Pohl and moderators Paul Rapp and Paul Czech. We’ll be talking about the hows and whys of home studios, recording, and probably lots of other tangents.

Prior to the panel discussion, there will be music by the very cool chamber-pop ensemble Eric Margan and the Red Lions beginning at 7pm. It should be an extra-special performance, as the band will be expanding to a larger-than-usual 10-piece group in order to perform their recently released debut CD “Midnight Book,” in its entirity from beginning to end.

CRUMBS Nite Out, 8 PM, Thursday June 25th at the Linda Norris Auditorium.

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