Critical Acclaim for Blues Stories

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“They really hit their stride exploring the poignancy of Skip James “Hard Time Killin Floor”
- Frank John Hadley

Toronto’s Jazz FM 91.1 names Blues Stories as Blues Album of the Year!

Just as Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley have finished their second full length album at Euphonic Sound, last years Blues Stories and this years soon to be released Gospel Blues album, the critical recognition for Blues Stories continues to roll in. And both Diana and Chris received nominations at this years Maple Blues Awards.
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So Long Seven Break New Ground

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So Long Seven

So Long Seven performs richly textured acoustic music that brings their diverse influences into a distinctly Canadian voice. Influenced by bands such as Punch Brothers, Shakti, Oregon and many others the band is breaking new ground. At once spirited and meditative So Long Seven is creating a seamless blend using the tabla, banjo, violin and acoustic guitar to perform their original music.

Here is a preview of the new self-titled world/jazz recording from So Long Seven. The project was recorded by James Pew at Euphonic Sound.
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New Music From Rebecca Madamba

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Cover Photo - ENERGY

Rebecca Madamba is a new Toronto-based singer songwriter currently developing her songs and sound with Producer James Pew.

Have a listen to “Energy” and “Twenty Four” – two of the four songs completed at Euphonic Sound so far.
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$250 Recording Days At Euphonic Sound

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From Monday to Sunday (9am to 4pm) Euphonic Sound is offering a block rate of $250 (no tax) for a day of recording.

Use your studio time however you like! Recording (tracking), mixing, mastering, or making beats and/or developing new songs.

Producer and multi-instrumentalist James Pew will work with you for the day. Feel free to ask James to write and/or perform parts on the fly. Spend the day with James to develop your song and create an arrangement. If your tunes (and arrangements) are together and you need a fast pro engineer, James will help you achieve your vision and make sure you get a great sound.

Other musicians, rhythm section, string and horn players are available upon request.

Save $100!! Seven hours at the regular rate is $350. For $250 you get Euphonic Sound and Producer/Engineer/ Musician James Pew for the whole day!!

Also we now have a Hammond B3 and Leslie set up in our live room available for organ players. $25 rental fee applies.

An additional $100 includes master percussionist and multi-instrumentalist Adam Campbell for 4 or 5 hours of the session. Adam has been one of James’ main collaborators and session musicians over the past 8 years. You can hear a handful of examples of James’ production on SoundCloud. Below we’ve embedded a few examples of James and Adam together, collaborating with various recording artists, developing the compositions, the arrangements, the performances and ultimately the recordings.
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A Hammond B3 and Leslie has landed at Euphonic Sound

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Hammond B3 & Leslie

A Hammond B3 and Leslie has landed at Euphonic Sound. It is set up in our live room and ready to record anytime. Its a beauty! The real deal! An incredibly smooth classic sounding organ!!

The organ is here for the use of organ players who are familiar with the mechanics of the instrument. A rental fee of $25 applies.

If you are not an familiar with the mechanical aspects of the organ but wish to include it as a part of your recording a number of pro B3 players can be called in for a session to record organ parts for your music. As always, contact the studio so we can arrange for your session musicians ahead of time.

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