About this project
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Recording and mixing.
Recording and mixing at Funkameba studies.
|€ 2.500||€ 2.500|
Mastering for MP3, CD and vinyl.
The mastering will be done in Germany by Kai Blankenberg.
|€ 1.400||€ 1.400|
CD and vinyl edition.
This edition includes CD and vinyl only, since we will design the graphism in order to make everything related to the project as personal as possible.
Four years of intensive meetings on the stage and big moments with the audience have shaped us as the band that we are.
We feel we've grown with you and, full of energy you have transmitted us, we dump our own creativity in the original songs that make up our first LP.
We would be very grateful if you want to collaborate with us in the production of this project.
Faithful to the philosophy of the group, we have determine to record the disc under a Creative Commons license, allowing anyone to use the work for any purpose while this is a non-profit.
Contributors will receive the album before its release in stores.
If you exceed the amount needed for the recording, we will devote the rest of the money raised to the communication campaign in order to give the maximum projection to the album.
Why this is important
We do not want you to miss a single step on the road, so we will periodically hanging videos and photos of both the previous rehearsals and the recording itself, through “Goteo” and other social networks.
As a first video and to present the band, we have chosen the version of the song' Memphis Train' by Rufus Thomas that puts us in a good mood.
Goals of the crowdfunding campaign
We will be able to provide the disk we want to do without ties of production nor particulary restrictive licensing records and we believe our audience will enjoy it.
Its journey through different chambers of Madrid (Sala Sol, Sala Caracol, among others, in addition to being included in the circuit of the XXVII Festival de Jazz de Madrid) and various stages of the Spanish geography has been characterized by a direct interaction with the public, and in many cases, a positive surprise to discover the environment that surrounds their concerts. They overflow vitality in their live shows, interpreting original compositions interspersed with soul classics from artists like Etta James, SharonJones & The Dap Kings, Jackie Wilson, Edwin Starr and Barbara Acklin.