Dachshund plays Undercurrent in Tulsa TOMORROW NIGHT! If you’re coming out, take note that the set-times have changed since they were initially posted! Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7pm. We’ll be up last, at 12:25am. Obviously we’d encourage you to come early and stay for the whole thing — but if that’s not… >> Continue reading
We picked-up a last-minute gig at Hunt Club for this Saturday, June 7! Come on down to 224 N. Main in beautiful Downtown Tulsa, and enjoy the warm summer weather while sipping a beer on the patio, or chill under the a/c inside. Come challenge us to a game of drunk shuffleboard! Andrea from The… >> Continue reading
I’m about halfway finished mixing the new album, so it seems like a good time to finally share something. Here’s one of the finished mixes! It’s a bit of new-wave introspection, a bouncy groove for a rainy day. It’s representative of the sound that the first half of this album will have — with the… >> Continue reading
Good god, what month is this? Where did that hand come from? Where the hell am I? In other words: News!
(1) First off, we’d like to welcome our new bassist, Matt Mayo! He’s a fine chap. Much finer than that other chap, Andy Jenson, who used to play bass with us. Much easier… >> Continue reading
Doing our second (and final) group recording session today! We’re re-recording just a couple of things which didn’t work so well last time, and adding a few bits of color to the mixes. Can’t wait to let you all hear this stuff! — from http://www.facebook.com/DachshundBand… >> Continue reading
What goes into recording an album in your house? Well, here’s how we do it.
On Saturday 10/5/13, we moved all of our gear into Ryan’s house, taking over every available space for the purposes of recording our second album (Crooked House). The plan was to cut 13 tracks over the following handful of days, and that’s what we’ve been doing. We just finished up tonight’s session on Monday, 10/7, and we have two songs left to record. So, everything’s going according to plan, heh heh heh (rubs fingertips together).
Here’s a whirlwind tour of our recording setup — awkwardly hosted by Ryan, and barely filmed by Eric, both of whom probably should have known better than to attempt anything involving video. (Sorry about the camera turning sideways. Eric didn’t know you shouldn’t do that with an iPad while filming.) And the Academy Awards for Best Host of A YouTube Video and Best iPad Cinematography go to…!