The Panoramic House is not only a mecca of Northern California recording, it’s a literal stone castle that sits on a mountainside overlooking Stinson Beach. They have every mic, every classic piece of vintage gear you have ever heard of, and even a 100-foot long reverb tunnel built into the hillside. It’s kinda nuts, but we were lucky enough to get a full week there.
Between fancy BBQs, sunset gazing, and dips in the ocean we were actually able to get some recording done. Cory Grey (of so many musical projects that I can’t mention them all here) manned the helm as we aimlessly wandered through the basic tracks of 4 new Shuteye Unison songs.
OK, OK, Ok, this post is late. Our aim was for an Earth Day message, but we missed our window and then that got us thinking. Why is there a window? Why only one day to celebrate this big beautiful beast of a planet? Why not EVERYDAY!
So we here at Parks and Records are celebrating Earth Days and it will be all about the littles things and how they add up. Pick up a random piece trash everyday and watch things really start to change. It’s not going to hurt you. We promise.
Her musings: “A tight-knit community of diverse, lovingly interbred and criminally underrated bands made up a slice of the Bay Area music scene from roughly 2005-2013. This is a loving tribute to the friendships, memories and incredible music created during this singular era in the Bay.”
The Fee boys wanted to write and say “WHAT’S UUUUUUUUUP?” And while we have you:
Throughout the year we try to do our part every day to protect the great outdoors. We believe it’s the little things that count. More bike less car. Supporting local businesses. Saying no to plastic. Picking up that piece of trash on the trail instead of passing it by. After all, just because you didn’t pack it in, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pack it out!
Once a year Parks and Records makes a donation to organizations who’s mission is to protect our great National Parks and we’ve been doing so since 2007!