Lung – London Bridge
Produced and Mixed by Dan Murtagh
Recorded at Sing Sign South Studios, Melbourne
Mastered at by Ted Jensen at Stirling Sound, NY
For those wondering why I haven’t returned your phone calls/emails/carrier pigeons for a while, this is the reason. And it’s a really good reason I promise. So I’ve just spent the last month tracking Album 2 for Melbourne rock powerhouse Jericco and wow this album is a beast. It has been a great ride and we’ve produced an incredible record. This album has got attitude about it! It’s my pleasure to link the stream to latest single ‘Colour Outside The Lines’.
We tracked most of this monster at at Sing Sing South, between the back studio and my mix room. I was pleased with the room sound I achieved for the drums in back studio space and it was a nice change from Forrester’s old lab in the front studio. Well… to be honest the rooms felt a little dead in the early mix stage, but I tried a few distortion tricks on the kit with some cool results. Ended up getting a great vibe on the kit, which is excellent because the back studio is a really fun space to work in!
Jericco has always been a bass heavy outfit, with Roy renowned for smashing his bass front and center at shows. I really tried to push the bass sound on this record, going for yet again, a more aggressive tone. Also helps in the low end department when I have Forrester Savell mastering these tunes! Looking forward to mixing the rest of this beast over the next few weeks.
Also make sure you get down to see Jericco with Closure in Moscow at Rolling Stone’s Live Lodge series of popup shows in Melbourne this September:
I read this very favorable review of Full Code’s new record that absolutely made my day. This guy really gets this band! Thanks to I Probably Hate Your Band for a very entertaining read. Here’s the intro, click on the link below for rest of this excellent breakdown of the record and the reviewer’s weird fetish for the drummer:
Song review: Telescapes
Band: Full Code
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Date of Release: 20th June, 2014
Genre: Progressive Rock
Reviewer: Erised (follow/abuse me on twitter @Giaccattack)
You know those bands that are so underground and artsy that they have really obscure song titles filled with references no one gets and symbols that are impossible to search and therefore damn near impossible to find when you are trying to google them? The bands that seem to actually WANT to alienate their listeners to a certain extent in order to bolster their avant-garde cred? Those musos that write meandering, 10 minute long epics that usually get listened to for 2 minutes before skipping to that shorter song that you kind of like as well? Well, I’ve got a fucking real live one here! I know, I know, contain your excitement, dear readers, and I will lead you on an equally meandering (but hopefully not as long) journey through Full Code’s gargantuan offering, “Telescapes”. I appreciate that the intro was a little misleading, but trust me, you are going to want to check this out. Let’s do this!
Read the full review HERE (seriously, fucking do it. this shit is amazeballs): http://
Check out Full Code’s music at their Bandcamp page: http://fullcode.bandcamp.com/album/telescapes
Full Code are a band that I’m very excited about. Did you not just see that video?@!
This is the single (b)TtM² taken from their forthcoming album. I’m still in final stages of mixing for the rest of the album but it looks like I should have it all complete by early 2014.
Seriously listen out for these guys, imo a genuinely original sound with sick vox and killer grooves from space and the future as well so yeah REAL AWESOME SOUNDING.