Popped the cherry last week and got Carey’s first on camera interview for 103 WRNR at Whartscape in Baltimore, MD. Hot, sweaty, smelly and loud, this was Whartscape’s third year in existence and was produced by Dan Deacon and the Wham City Art Collective during Baltimore’s annual Artscape festival.
It was quick and in the moment. Thanks to Johnny Sierra of TheDeathSet for talking to us during a hasty break down following their set. We may post some footage from their set but we just got camera audio. Maybe the footage will make it’s way into a short Whartscape doc… we’ll see. A good start and a promise of lots more to come from the Salvia Brothers.
Here’s footage of The Mae-Shi’s visceral Whartscape performance.
Trying to figure out a good portable field recorder to use for recording live concerts when we can’t plug our Marantz into the house board. Basically just turning the camera audio level all the way down (when I remember to). Please post if you’ve got a suggestion.
proactively • peter