The Toro Toro Sessions have gone really well. The band certainly benefited from all the pre-production recordings over the winter. Recording engineer, Mike Ofca, has been great throughout the process and we have tracked rhythm tracks for 9 songs.
“I’m having a fantastic time working with Steelesque. They’re all true professionals at what they do, and the vibe in the studio has been great. Creativity at its best!”
~ Mike Ofca – Producer/Engineer Innovation Studios
Drums sit beautifully in the mix right now and drummer, Bruce Virtue, played superbly. Most songs were tracked in less than 2 takes. Same goes for the work bassist, Jerry Courtney, who’s ability to create a solid pocket really gives Steelesque their boogie. Tracking guitars for the next couple weeks.
- Fleet Don’t Lie
- Keith Lights A Cigarette
- Bury Them Bones
- Seekin & Hiding
- Ms Daisy
- Mon River
- Price Of Your Toll
- Time Won’t Let You
Amps- Louis Electric, Fender (Deville, EC Vibrochamp, 60’s VibroChamp) Mesa Boogie Guitars- Fender Telecasters (Standard-Custom) Gibson SG, Rickenbacker, PRS, Martin
Digidesign C|24 Console, Pro Tools HD 9 Native, Avid 16 x 16 Analog HD Interface
Check Steelesque out live on the following dates-
- September 23rd – Steelesque will support The Sheepdogs along with Cisco Kid at Cattivo, Pittsburgh PA.
- September 24th – Steelesque will host a Busking Bash at The Crafty Jackalope, Bridgeville PA.