CLEEMANN, the Danish pop artist, will be in the studio tonight for a private recording event. For more info, see www.caudogrecords.com
Playing with the ambiguities plaguing humanity itself, there is a song quite literally for any mood, with song titles reflecting the vast range of human emotion including “Indifferent,” “Stupid,” and “Generous.” With a passion for vintage instrumentation, lush orchestration, and cross-cultural references that connect Chicago with Copenhagen (including The Beat Generation and Monty Python), CLEEMANN adapts his delivery depending on the situation to create a one-of-a-kind performance that can’t be recreated. – Chicago Innerview Magazine
Last October, Strobe Recording Studio was excited and honored to be part of a Daytrotter Session. You can hear The Lawrence Arms on Daytrotter at this link. Tracks include Great Lakes Great Escape, The Revisionist, Devil’s Taking Names and Pigs. Daytrotter, the website which presents up-and-coming indie bands, reports that it has offered over 20 million song downloads to date. Most of the sessions are generally recorded in Rock Island, IL. For this episode, Strobe was happy to offer this famous music recording website some of our Chicago hospitality.
Guitar overdubbing with Matt from Chicago’s Emblems at Strobe Recording Studio. Check out The Emblems on Facebook.
Great to have Joe Adamik at Strobe Recording yesterday, doing some pre-production work prior to his show tomorrow Tuesday, February 11th at Bar Deville (701 N. Damen). Joe will be performing two solo sets starting at 10:00 PM.
Strobe Engineers are gearing up our gear, to take on more awesome projects!
Tracking strings for Jamie Wagner’s solo album at Strobe with Jon Williams, Mike Przygoda, Andra Kulins, Felipe Tobar, Marta Honer, Kelsee Vandervall and more.
Strobe Recording is excited to have Owls Band in the studio this week and next working on their new album! The band is working with the great audio engineer Neil Strauch.
these dudes are a hoot
Diana Lawrence’s new EP has just been released!
Diana describes the album as “A meditation on growing up (at any age), with influences from modern roots, gospel and Americana.” This EP was produced by Mike Przygoda and engineered by Steve Stokes.
We just got this in the mail:
These two songs feature the vocal stylings of Matt Campbell backed by Chicago’s own Hoyle Brothers, engineered by Steve Stokes, and mastered by All City Mastering.