Thank you so much for considering helping us fund our second album! Since the release of our last Album, the band has gone through some major changes and growth. Consequently, the sound and feel of the group have changed dramatically. These changes are beautifully represented in our new album.
If you'd like more of a sneak peak of the sounds you'll be recieving with the album, here's a sneak peak:
Nat Keefe of Hot Buttered Rum was a major player in making this album happen. Nat produced this album for us and he really made us step up to the plate. Nate approaches music as a true professional and his attitude and enthusiasm are truly contagious in the studio. He really opened our eyes to what we were capable of.
Per Nat's suggestion, we recorded the album at Tiny Telephone Studios in San Francisco, Ca. Owned and envisioned by Musician/Producer/Engineer John Vanderslice, Tiny Telephone Recording is one of the great analog recording studios in the country. The warmth and tone we were able to obtain on this record could only have bee done there. We are so grateful to them for having us and especially thankful for our amazing sound engineer Jacob Winik for being such a great person to work with. He is a true master of his craft.
One last thank you to Patrick Parks of Gold Coast Coffee for shooting and editing this video for us.
~One Grass Two Grass
One video from our First Jam-In-The-Van session:
The video that landed us as finalists in the High Sierra Music Festival Band Competition in 2017:
Some of the fun rewards:
Risks and challenges
Recording an album like this is no small feat. It takes a lot of people, ideas, equipment and time. A number of those aspects require very real financial input. None our our stated goal is to pay band members for their time and creativity. Our Kickstarter goal is set 100% to help us cover external production costs like the studio, the artwork, the engineer, and most importantly, get the album printed!
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