The latest release from The Brown Derbies, an a cappella group out of Brown University in Providence, RI.
This is the second project I worked on with the Derbies, following their album Derbyhaus. This one features many of the same guys from that project as they’ve grown and assumed leadership roles, as well as a whole new class of Derby wearing dudes. While they’re style might be classic, their song choice is full of some contemporary bangers. Of course, what Derbies’ album is complete without a signature “telephone message” – check out this album’s take of ‘Hotline Bling’.
I recorded, edited, and mixed this album, with the exception of Chandelier and Not In That Way, which were recorded by Bri Holland. The album was mastered by Eric Scholz.
Listen: Spotify, iTunes
Connect with The Brown Derbies: Website, Facebook, Twitter
The latest release from Mixed Company, an a cappella group from Yale University.
While I have been working with Yale a cappella groups for almost a decade, this is the first album I’ve worked on with Mixed Company. They’ve got a tight jazz-pop sound that reminds me of some of my favorite Bulldogs. Check out one of the group’s musical team member’s, Sofía Campoamor’s, original song, Asking For A Friend.
I edited and mixed this album. It was mastered by Eric Scholz.
Connect with Mixed Company: Website, Facebook, Twitter
The latest release from The Society of Orpheus and Bacchus, an all male a cappella group from Yale University.
Whenever I hear the letters SOB, I can’t help but think of a special group of guys I spent some time recording an album with. That album, Some Pig!, continues to be a favorite. This album follows in many of the same traditions the first one I worked on followed. Not only does it stay true to SOB form, featuring some of my favorite arrangements, but the cannon has been widened, first by men and now by song. Going Stag is a type of oral history and all around good time.
I edited this album. Ed Boyer mixed it.
Listen: Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify
Connect with The SOBs: Website, Facebook