We had an awesome time at the Live Oak on Saturday, and now we’ve got some photographic proof. Badass photographer AJ Potter was on hand, and she captured these fantastic shots of us up on stage and has graciously allowed us to share them with you. Check ‘em out, and check out her other work on her site.
Big-time news! Yesterday, we completed the recording sessions for our debut full-band studio EP, Drag You Away. The four-track EP now goes into the mixing and mastering phase of its creation, with mixing handled by producer/engineer Britt Robisheaux and final mastering by engineer Carl Saff.
We are super excited about the Drag You Away EP, as it’s the first time we’ve gotten the new lineup into a real recording studio and done it up right. We cannot wait for you to hear the EP! In the meantime, Kevin took a collection of photos over the last two days documenting the recording process, and we’ll share them here. Click the thumbnails for a larger view:
We had an AWESOME time at SXSW! We played our show, had a blast, met and hung out with some incredible bands, and just generally did it up right. Big thanks to GoGirls Music for having us in their showcase, and a HUGE thanks to Laurel Dagger of San Antonio’s own Mrs. Howl for being our guest drummer – she rocks!
Click through for photos from the trip!
Fresh from our friend Melissa Claire Photography comes this batch of photos from our concert at Lola’s Saloon last week on the 6th. We had a ton of fun, and Melissa got some awesome shots of the action!
Huge, huge thanks to Melissa Claire Photography for taking these shots and giving us permission to share them here! Click on a thumbnail to embiggen:
This is a Stylophone. It’s a miniature analog synthesizer invented in 1967 by Brian Jarvis. It’s played with an attached stylus on the metal keyboard. It has a…let’s say “unique” sound.
Various musicians and bands have used the Stylophone over the years – David Bowie, Kraftwerk, and They Might Be Giants are just a few notable Stylophone players. And now, so are we. Our next song features a Stylophone solo. How could we not use this awesome little thing?