Ian Faith- Cattle Club 30th Anniversary, Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 5/11/19 4k Master Rode Sony A7Sii

Here is Ian Faith, playing for the first time in 30 years and likely the last time ever. It seemed that a lot of the crowd came to see them, as the club emptied out a bit after their set.
I learned that this Sony A7Sii is a total battery hog, so I was trying to charge one battery while using the other… and that method only got me about 20min of battery life per band after the first 3. So Ian, Phallucy and 58 Fury will be about this length as well…

Since I decided to come last-minute and Jim McLain had the multicamera video duties all covered, I decided to bring my new 4k DSLR camera to test it out. It was so new to me that I pulled the lens out of the shipping box while driving. I had no idea how to hell to use the camera and you can tell during anton barbeau’s set. I finally got it to an acceptable level after fiddling around with the controls while Anton was playing.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony A7Sii, Canon EF 24-105 lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

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58 Fury- Cattle Club 30th Anniversary, Harlow’s Sacramento 5/11/19 4k HD Sony A7Sii Rode Videomic Pr

I think this was my first time seeing 58 fury. Damned good band, I’m not sure how I missed seeing them in the past. My battery charges just got shorter and shorter as the night wore on, so this is only the first 15min of the set. Jim should be posting the entire set multicamera with better audio in the future.

Also, this is the 2,500th post to the Sacramento Music Archive. That kinda blows me away that we were able to get this far in only a year and a half. Thanks to everyone who has contributed- Jim McLain, Jesse Davis, Brian Kast, Keely Sadira Dorran, Ken Doose, Agelos Porf, Richard Brown, Lee Osh and many more I am forgetting.

Since I decided to come last-minute and Jim McLain had the multicamera video duties all covered, I decided to bring my new 4k DSLR camera to test it out. It was so new to me that I pulled the lens out of the shipping box while driving. I had no idea how to hell to use the camera and you can tell during anton barbeau’s set. I finally got it to an acceptable level after fiddling around with the controls while Anton was playing.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony A7Sii, Canon EF 24-105 lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

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Kepi Ghoulie- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 5/11/19 4K HD Master Sony A7Sii Appetite for Adrenochrome Pt2

Here’s part 2. I need to find an MP4 file joiner so I can upload these in 4k as one file. The Sony is a notorious battery hog and I learned that you only get about 45min on a fully charged battery. Sorry for the gap- battery change.

I wasn’t planning on going to this show(I had family obligations), but Brian asked me to help with video projection, and Kepi announced that he was doing a special show with old songs. I did not know that Kepi was doing the ENTIRE Appetite for Adrenochrome album! Awesome! Not only that, but he had the all-star band of B-Face on bass and Jaz Brown on Drums. What a great show!! Thanks guys for the super unique show.
Since I decided to come last-minute and Jim McLain had the multicamera video duties all covered, I decided to bring my new 4k DSLR camera to test it out. It was so new to me that I pulled the lens out of the shipping box while driving. I had no idea how to hell to use the camera and you can tell during anton barbeau’s set. I finally got it to an acceptable level after fiddling around with the controls while Anton was playing.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony A7Sii, Canon EF 24-105 lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

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Kepi Ghoulie- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 5/11/19 4K HD Master Sony A7Sii Appetite for Adrenochrome Pt1

I wasn’t planning on going to this show(I had family obligations), but Brian asked me to help with video projection, and Kepi announced that he was doing a special show with old songs. I did not know that Kepi was doing the ENTIRE Appetite for Adrenochrome album! Awesome! Not only that, but he had the all-star band of B-Face on bass and Jaz Brown on Drums. What a great show!! Thanks guys for the super unique show.
Since I decided to come last-minute and Jim McLain had the multicamera video duties all covered, I decided to bring my new 4k DSLR camera to test it out. It was so new to me that I pulled the lens out of the shipping box while driving. I had no idea how to hell to use the camera and you can tell during anton barbeau’s set. I finally got it to an acceptable level after fiddling around with the controls while Anton was playing.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony A7Sii, Canon EF 24-105 lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

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FMK- Cattle Club 30th Anniversary, Harlow’s Sacramento 5/11/19 4k HD Master Sony A7Sii

Here’s the FMK set. They were so tight and kicked so much ass that it seemed impossible that they have not played in years. I got about 35-40min of their LONG set. They did not exactly adhere to the 45min set time on the schedule.

Since I decided to come last-minute and Jim McLain had the multicamera video duties all covered, I decided to bring my new 4k DSLR camera to test it out. It was so new to me that I pulled the lens out of the shipping box while driving. I had no idea how to hell to use the camera and you can tell during anton barbeau’s set. I finally got it to an acceptable level after fiddling around with the controls while Anton was playing.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony A7Sii, Canon EF 24-105 lens, Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

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Build Us Airplanes- Press Club, Sacramento Ca. 5/1/19 Canon HFG30 Rode Audio

Build Us Airplanes played their first show in 6 years last Wednesday, for Sean’s big birthday/hotdog bash. I was setting up my cameras and I caught most of their set with the G30 mounted to the back post. The angle is static, but it sounds good. Good band- I bought their LP because they sounded so good.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment Used: Canon HFG30 & Rode Videomic Pro Stereo

PS: Sweet shot of Pat Hills doing sound & drinking beer at the beginning. The man can multitask!

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