LIVE @ OLD SCHOOL STUDIOS with MR JASON – Saturday 6th August 2011
THE DREEBS – I was hanging out at Cakeshop, on Ludlow St in Manhattan, and my friend Justin was telling me that the next band playing were really great, and well worth seeing. So, just incase they were indeed great, we set up a bunch of mics, and recorded them onto analogue tape. Turns out they were great after all. Incredible dynamics, going from whispered vocals, to screaming, at the bat of a lash. Check it out.
Hey, Whaddaya Say, Let’s Radio!
Jordan Bernstein Prepared Guitar
Adam Markiewicz Electric Violin, Voice
Max Jaffe Drums
THE DREEBS gigs
18th Aug 2011 w/ Sightings, Shearing Pinx Death By Audio, Brooklyn, NY
This set was performed without a safety net (or headphones!), and was recorded live onto analog tape, on location @ The Cakeshop NYC, by Mr Jason. Thanks to Justin Frye for his help. – http://www.oldschoolstudios.co.uk
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