Zut Alors - Torr EP
I recently produced an EP that didn’t quite get a chance to find its audience. This was one of those great projects where a cool band from England comes out to live in your house in Connecticut during the hottest five weeks of the summer and you borrow a vintage Fairchild and a U47 and a bunch of other mics and amps and you set up in your living room and you record five songs and you get the guy who mixed Stadium Arcadium on board and then you finish it right as the band goes home and breaks up. Shit.
Well, the EP has just been released on Bandcamp, so you can finally check out the finished product.
Also, see documentation of the project as it happened.

Zut Alors - Torr EP

I recently produced an EP that didn’t quite get a chance to find its audience. This was one of those great projects where a cool band from England comes out to live in your house in Connecticut during the hottest five weeks of the summer and you borrow a vintage Fairchild and a U47 and a bunch of other mics and amps and you set up in your living room and you record five songs and you get the guy who mixed Stadium Arcadium on board and then you finish it right as the band goes home and breaks up. Shit.

Well, the EP has just been released on Bandcamp, so you can finally check out the finished product.

Also, see documentation of the project as it happened.

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Zut Alors - Torr EP sessions, New Haven.
My friend Aaron from Zut Alors just posted a bunch of photos from the summer of ‘08. The originally were going to bring me out to the UK to produce their Torr EP, but we figured, why not have the come stay at my house and do the whole thing in the US.
You can hear the songs we finished here. I’ll reblog a few more of the photos.
(via aar0n:)

After five weeks with Nathan, we bid our farewell and headed home via NYC. I picked up a copy of Johnny Cash’s At San Quentin on 12” for Nathan, a small token of our huge appreciation.

Zut Alors - Torr EP sessions, New Haven.

My friend Aaron from Zut Alors just posted a bunch of photos from the summer of ‘08. The originally were going to bring me out to the UK to produce their Torr EP, but we figured, why not have the come stay at my house and do the whole thing in the US.

You can hear the songs we finished here. I’ll reblog a few more of the photos.

(via aar0n:)

After five weeks with Nathan, we bid our farewell and headed home via NYC. I picked up a copy of Johnny Cash’s At San Quentin on 12” for Nathan, a small token of our huge appreciation.