Masonic Akustics


In the latter part of this past month, we were afforded the opportunity to record at 1867  studios, an incredible recording space located in Chelsea, one of the more depressed neighborhoods I’ve seen around Boston (think Bushwick, Brooklyn). I don’t mean this in a bad way; just think mucho wrinkly folk with kind smiles, awkward hobbles, free time and push carts.

Over the past three years, Chris McLaughlin, engineer and owner, has converted the nineteenth century masonic temple into a state of the art recording studio. The space itself is… well… spacious, ideal for tastefully reverb-drenched takes (think BEEEEG!)

Point in short, we’ll have an E.P. of new material to be  hittin’ the drums of yr ears sometime soon, AND, if you’ve got licks of yr own, yawta lay em down at 1867. Peep the link


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