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Session Survival Tips: Stephen Steinbrink

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

In June, Stephen Steinbrink entered the studio for his first Dub Narcotic project, mixing the forthcoming album of Baltimore’s own Soft Cat. As always it was a pleasure to have a new engineer in the studio, trying out new tricks and swapping trade secrets. Now that Stephen has entered the esteemed ranks of Dub Narcotic […]


Angelo Spencer at Dub Narcotic Studio

Sunday, July 27th, 2014

A visit with Angelo Spencer as he plays guitar and creates sounds at the Dub Narcotic Studio, Olympia, Washington. The most recent album by Angelo Spencer et les Hauts Sommits, World Garage [KLP235], is available now from the K Mail Order Dept.  


Gearlust: Superfuzz/MEGABuzz

Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Several months back, Max Gorbman, gave me a circuit board he had designed for a Univox Superfuzz clone. I’ve been slowly piecing it together and installing it in this old Switchcraft intercom chassis. It’s my first pedal build, I learned a lot. Like that casing the pedal is way harder then wiring it, and that […]


Vacation

Thursday, July 17th, 2014

Last week I took a much needed vacation. Polly and I biked out to Grayland State Park on the Washington Coast and laid around on the beach. Got sunburned. Whenever I travel I like to do field recordings. ┬áMost field recordists are looking to isolate and capture specific sounds, but I’ve always been much more […]


The Lemons at Dub Narocitc Studio!

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Last week the Lemons were touring through the Northwest with the Memories. They stopped by the Dub Narcotic Studio to say hello and hunt around for photogs of the Vaselines (we did find one, from a picnic at Loch Lomond in 1988 with Beat Happening and the Pastels). Below the Lemons are being shown around […]



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