Part 2 of the music videos I shot for Le Saboteur.
I’m sorry it’s been a while, I’ve been working on a super secret project that I can’t talk about for another few weeks. But, here’s some more PunchCard from Til-Two Club!
PunchCard had their album release party at Til-Two Club on Friday, March 30, 2018. They had a free hotdog and nachos cart, new T-Shirts, stickers, CDs, all the merch. They had a new logo. And they had a ton of fans, and played a great show.
The audio for much of the show has a lot of crackling. I’m not sure why, because the audio for A-Bortz, who played before them, was great. In any case, here’s the first a several songs from PunchCard’s show, “Bob Costs Us”, with guest vocals from Ricky of Midnight Track!
Thanks Dan Bonn for masting the audio!
This past Friday, March 30, 2018, PunchCard had their CD release show, also featuring Making Incredible Time and The A-Bortz. It was a great night. PunchCard hired a food truck to provide hot dogs and nachos for free to everyone (this is on top of an already free show). Til-Two is a fun venue, with very friendly staff.
I shot video of all three bands and recorded audio using my Shure MV88 stereo mic. The sound guy also recorded multi-track audio for PunchCard, but I have not gotten it yet. Unfortunately, I made some mistake and the audio for M.I.T. did not record. Well, as they told me, I’ve already got plenty of live videos of them.
So, here’s a song from The A-Borts, “No Fucks To Give”. The full show should be out in a week or so, followed by PunchCard’s full show.
Here’s the final video from the Til-Two club show from last month.
I’m finally getting around to M.I.T. at Til-Two club. Here’s “Sorry Tom”, a short, tongue-in-cheek song about how much of an alcoholic asshole Tom (bass) is.
The full show of Roman Watchdogs at Til-Two Club on December 15, 2017 is up!
“Not Looking For Love” by Roman Watchdogs, live at Til-Two Club, is up on YouTube, for your New Years Eve viewing pleasure. This was challenging, as Til-Two Club is a small venue, and the audio recording from the board was only 6 tracks – 2 vocals, guitar, bass, kick drum and snare drum. Dan Bonn worked his magic, though, and it sounds awesome.
The full show will be up in a few days.