June/July ’12

Much of June and part of July was spent mixing (and then mastering) the debut album from Hugh Bob And The Hustle. It’s being uploaded for replication this week so I think it should be available soon.

Also in June, I mastered projects for Ruby Stinson, Whiskeybelles, Elusive Parallelograms, Shoot Down The Moon, Low Voltage Rangers, Good News Everyone, Greg Waters, Midwest Beat, a 2-disc live CD set by Danen Kane, and a fabulous extended EP by The Championship from Milwaukee.

I also remastered “Run, Engine, Run” by Trapper Schoepp & The Shades which was remixed by Geoff Sanoff and is about to be re-released by Side One Dummy Recordings.

I also ran FOH sound for Cory Chisel’s new album release show.  The new album is called “Old Believers” and is available on iTunes.

Speaking of FOH sound, I’m also doing the remaining shows this year for The Promise Ring.  So far I’ve done Philly, Washington D.C, Boston and Summerfest here in Milwaukee.  The rest of the year will bring us to LA, San Francisco, Seattle, Austin and Chicago.

In July I mastered a great compilation CD put out by Good Land Records which features a lot of great Milwaukee bands, as well as the Figgs and Tommy Stinson to name a few.  I also mastered projects for Pocatello, H2-OH, Allen Cote, The Zatopeks (from London UK), and a few more reissue projects for Dope Folks Records.  I also just mixed and mastered an EP for ZipGun Bomber featuring Nate Doyle, formerly of the Guts who I’ve also worked with in the past.