Crowded Room

Over a year ago, Dean had an idea for the studio (Gallery Recording). It kept coming up in conversations, the idea kept getting bigger, and he kept telling me he was working on it. I didn't know how far it would go but I did know that people seemed very keen when he described the idea to them. He had a concept, a purpose, a name and even objectives for expansion if it takes off, but he didn't have a team yet.
Over the months, he talked to various people about collaborating on the idea but it wasn't really taking off, but then earlier this year he talked to the right person. He and Craig Allen Conoley of Dan Rascal Productions met for drinks and idea became a project in development - when Dean came home that night, he was more or less effin pumped.
"50 people, two bands, and a film crew walk into a recording studio.No punchline, just one hell of a concert."

He and Craig recruited Isaac Valentin from LOG Creative Bureau and the team was complete. Then came the process of putting it into action for a pilot project. 
One night at a mansion party, we were talking with Matt Aston of The Split and we both thought they would be an ideal band for the pilot. It took a couple of weeks, but everyone got on board and the first event was underway. 
The show was recorded and filmed at the studio, with an audience of 50 last May. The entire event was bigger than anyone had hoped and the response was beyond expectation. Last week, the pilot was revealed at The Split's show at the Blacksheep Inn. And now it takes off from here.
This is Crowded Room (01):

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