Episode 24 of Songs at the Shop was a big one for us. A lot of us at the shop have been huge fans of This Will Destroy You since Young Mountain came out in 2006. This was also the last Songs episode we filmed in the old shop before moving spaces so we cleared out the shipping room for some serious vibes as they played "Weeping Window" from the album "New Others Part One."
You'll hear the Jupiter Fuzz getting a heavy workout here as well as the ARP-87 Delay, Slö Reverb and 385 Overdrive.
Camera work by Charles Molleur, Tyler Evans, Andrew Appleyard Edit by Charles Molleur Audio recorded and mixed by Jaron Nix Mastered by Adam Chamberlain
Part 2 of the New Respects brought angelic harmonies, twinkling guitar picking and goosebumps while filming. We were honored to have them perform "What Makes the World" for episode 23 of Songs at the Shop.
Special thanks to: Universal Audio - www.uaudio.com Lewitt Audio - www.lewitt-audio.com
Audio recorded by Nathan Holliday and mixed by Jaron Nix Audio mastered by Adam Chamberlain Video produced by Charlie Molleur Camera work by Charlie Molleur, Philip Hunsicker and Tyler Evans
For this episode of Songs At The Shop, we thought we'd bring it back to how it originally started with local bands. Norman/OKC based Beau Jennings and the Tigers just released a new album so figured we'd help them celebrate the new tunes by doing a session at the shop with the song, The Thunderbird.
After we wrapped shooting Walk the Moon playing their song "Headphones", we asked them jokingly but kinda serious if they wanted to do another. They paused for a quick huddle and graciously agreed to slow things down by a couple BPM and played "I Can Lift a Car."
Huge thanks to Lunar Music Supply for bringing up the extra guitars and amps to jam with.
Special thanks to: Universal Audio - www.uaudio.com Lewitt Audio - www.lewitt-audio.com Lunar Music Supply - www.lunarmusicsupply.com/
Audio recorded by Nathan Holliday, mixed by Jaron Nix and mastered by Adam Chamberlain Video produced by Brian Cates Camera work by Brian Cates, Philip Hunsicker and Tyler Evans