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December 2012

SESSION: Ring Them Bells

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Copenhagen “noise rockers” Ring Them Bells first came to light at the start of 2012 after they released teaser track ‘Technicolor’ on their social media. With powerful riffs at the center, along with curvy melodies and seductive vocals the band have taken inspiration from ’60s soul and blues roots combined with acid and noise. They’ve recently finished recording their debut album, set to be released at the start of February 2013. We met up with them on the final day of recording. Featuring: Marcus Bror Forsgreen (guitar) and Laila Macfarlan (percussion)

CREDITS

Production: Here Today
Sound engineer: Nikolaj Vinten
Assistant engineer: Martin Birket-Schmidt
Audio mix/master: Nikolaj Vinten
Location: Black Tornado (by Nikolaj Vinten)
Mixed at: Supersonic (by Nikolaj Vinten)

SESSION: Mac DeMarco

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Mac DeMarco started up his solo venture as a bedroom project after moving to Montreal, Canada. Labeled as “slacker rock” (or “jizz jazz”) he first grabbed the attention of media with his debut EP ‘Rock and Roll Night Club’ (April 2012) released on Captured Tracks, who were impressed by his debut and decided to release a full length album ‘2’ in the fall of 2012. ‘2’ was recieved well by critics, scoring 8.2 in Pitchfork and claiming ‘Best New Music’.

CREDITS

Production: Here Today
Sound engineer: Nikolaj Vinten
Audio mix: Nikolaj Vinten
Location: Supersonic

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