Second Harmonic Recording Studio, establish in 2004, is located in the heart of INDIE Music Row. Considered one of the finest independent recording facilities, its client roster reads like a who’s who of the music world spanning a range of styles from the roots to nowadays rock.
Housed in a 40-year-old brick house, Second Harmonic provides an exceptional acoustical space tuned specifically for music recording and offers one of very few such spaces in the region.
Second Harmonic it's offering a wide range of musical services from recording and mastering to online publishing on specialty online stores so artists should be aware that it is no longer necessary to subscribe to the traditional music business model that takes away control and ownership of their own career.
In February 29, 2016 was released the first album of the artist, called "Devil got my name", which has 14 acoustic blues songs. Southernman Robbie throughout his album, offers you a very good kept secret from the Deep South Danube wildness, as an oasis of acoustic blues for souls.
Released in august 2016, "Forty Miles of Dusty Road" is the first album. This album is more of a concept album even though most of the songs can be taken out of context of the album without problems. Vintage synthesizers blend together with ethnic instruments to create an atmospheric sound texture close to the edge of a movie soundtrack. Other songs have a taste of '70s rock garageband mixed with urban blues elements. Enjoy the sound and stay tuned for future albums.
A different view of J.J. Cale's "Carry On", recorded as a tribute to the artist, which was released in February 2017
On 4 October 1957, the soviet space program, launched Sputnik-1 into low earth orbit. This album is a homage to that achievement.
The overall sound is meditative and atmospheric even though one can encounter rhytmic passages and drum pattern driven songs.
The album contains 9 instrumental tracks. The Gryphon analog sequencer (hand made specially for this album) was used on tracks 2-Anode Power and 3-Semyorka.
This EP was recorded in 2007 and was released ten years later, after the tracks were mastered at Second Harmonic. Driven by a rock solid sound, the songs have a certain nostalgia, but the power still remains untouched and strong.
The disc opens with "Strange Eyes" an acoustic ballad driven by own made wood percussion instruments. "Nuclear Fusion" breaks the silence with heavy guitar riffs followed by a mean bass guitar to complete the aftermath of a thermonuclear war. The confusion of a modern society is unveiled in "Lost in the City". The EP was released by Second Harmonic on 21 June 2017.
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