A lot has modified in Kingston for the reason that begin of Covid. Most of the long-standing hubs of the neighborhood (RIP BSP, Boitson’s, Tony’s) sit empty whereas revitalization and housing costs march onward. Tubby’s, fortunately, has not solely weathered the storm, however appears to be steadily gaining steam.
At its core Tubby’s is an area hold. On any given night it could be the gathering spot for native members of the LGBTQ+ neighborhood, Simpsons followers, Deadheads, Goths or simply people in search of a chilly beer after work. This stunning Spring night was a double invoice with Mountain Movers and Moist Tuna, an evening for the heads.
Mountain Movers have appeared on this web site a number of instances over time, and I’m joyful so as to add one other recording to the record. The New Haven CT quartet pulled from their total catalog together with a number of tracks from their wonderful 2021 launch “World What World”. The set ended with a very transportive 10-minute exercise of “Unknown Hours” exploring all of the corners of noise, psychedelia, ambiance, and Rock they’re identified for.
I recorded this set from my regular spot atop the riser subsequent to the soundboard with my MBHO mics and a mono board feed from Tubby’s FOH engineer Brian. I’m fairly proud of the outcomes!
Recorded and Produced by Kliked
MBHO440 + SDB> SoundDevices MixPre3> SD (24/48)> Adobe Audition/izotope 9> Audacity> FLAC (lvl8)> Mp3Tag
Because of Tubby’s FOH engineer Brian for the board patch!
- Hudson Valley Jam
- Bodega On My Thoughts > The Solar Shines On The Moon
- I Wanna See The Solar
- Then The Moon
- Flock Of Swans
- Manner Again to the World
- Unknown Hours
Dan Greene: guitar, vocals
Rick Omonte: bass
Kryssi Battalene: lead guitar
Ross Menze: drums