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Rouge & The Second Echo at Nambucca

The Second Echo – Leavin’ You (Live)

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Back in February this year, we hire Nambucca on Holloway Road for a special night celebrating the launch of Rouge‘s new single Myself and celebrating my birthday. Supported by the talented Jesse Wong, Rouge and The Second Echo played full sets to a packed room of wonderful people. Assisted by dear friends, the night was a great success and everybody had a brilliant time.

With the FOH mixing desk at our control we thought to take the opportunity and record the performances. Then we thought, if we’re recording the audio then we might as well video the show as well! This superb performance if The Second Echo‘s new single Leavin’ You was filmed by Alex Cantouris and Louis Marsh, and edited by yours truly.

Listen, enjoy and share!

Leavin’ You is available for exclusive download at http://secondecho.bandcamp.com

Discover The Second Echo at http://www.secondecho.co.uk
Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSecondEcho
Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesecondecho
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Joe Foster – Vocals, Guitar
Oliver Marks – Guitar
James McKone – Bass
Ben McKome – Drums

Video filming by Alex Cantouris and Louis Marsh
Audio recorded live at Nambucca, London by Adam Crowe
Mixing and mastering by Adam Crowe (http://www.adamcrowe.net)
Video editing by Adam Crowe

The Second Echo – Sugar Mama

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For the past few months, I’ve been working on pre-production, recording and mixing the debut album of The Second Echo – an incredible band of four top notch young musicians with an exceptional affinity for rock ‘n’ roll, blues, melody and groove. Described as a mix between Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple and King Crimson, the group are the rehashed next generation of everything that I’ve grown to love about the guitar rock music of the 70’s with a young twist augmented by foot-thumping rhythms and groove.

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Recording General Roots

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I’ve spent a weekend in the studio in uncharted territories recording reggae music with an amazing band called General Roots. I have to admit, I’ve never done reggae before in my life! Not to mention a cross between reggae and dub! I was getting a bit nervous as the weekend approached but as soon as the musicians started playing, I’ll be alright. These guys are seriously good, and I don’t think I have the right words to do their energy and musicianship justice. You’ll just have to attend one of their gigs or wait for the EP release.

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