Thursday, April 26, 2012

Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen

Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen is an analog and digital recording studio, musician’s collective and brain hive dedicated to the promotion of musical integrity in all of its shapes and forms. Located in the Windsor Terrace area of Brooklyn, NY. Get in touch at to start making music this week!

It is co-owned by Justin Coles and the in-house producer Oliver Ignatius, who have a decade of experience dedicating our lives to music. We have produced records for the All-About, Anna Bradley, Bridges, can’t see SHAPES, Dr. Skinnybones, Ghost Pal, Giant Octopus, Goodman, the Graveyard Kids, the Great American Novel, the Harmonica Lewinskies, Injun Magic, King Salmon, Oh! My Blackbird & Sons of an Illustrious Father.

The Oval Orifice - EP is The Harmonica Lewinskies debut work. After three years of collaboration, the Lewinskies have come together to record 3 grooving, moving, baked and shaken songs. The Oval Orifice - EP includes 3 songs that were recorded November in 2011. These 3 songs will be included on their debut LP, Hear What We Did There?, due out in April 2012.

Big Blue Dreams and Salty Stories - Miguel Horowitz: Lead and harmony vocals, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, keyboards, organ, synthesizers, piano, spoons, drums, sitars, handclaps, shaker, wind, tambourine Oliver Ignatius: Harmony vocals, bass, fuzz bass, drums, keyboards, organ, synthesizers, harmonium, dampened piano, acoustic guitars, electric guitars, handclaps, tambourine, spoons, shaker Additional players: Josh Aubin: Tambourine, handclaps Matt Chilton: Saz, bass clarinet Justin Coles: Electric guitar Henry Kandel: Saxophone

Ghost Pal is a paranoid, paranormal psychedelic spook soul band from Brooklyn, NY. Having expanded and contracted for the better part of a year as a psychedelic and occasionally psychotic collective, Ghost Pal hardened into a 7 member line up in late 2011

Oh! My Blackbird - NYC based folk trio harnessing the magic of close vocal harmony and pissed off lyrics to hypnotize and pleasure your minds, hearts and ears.

Check out this new article from Jim Testa at Jersey Beat, about the sonic revolution happening at Mama Coco’s! 

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