Deathryders- Cafe Colonial, Sacramento Ca. 10/21/22 4k UHD Tales of Terror set Multitrack Sbd audio

Once again, I need to thank Jakobe Ares Moreno for sending the multitrack audio files over so we could synch them up with this video. My audio came out distorted- I think the Rode failed.. so huge thanks!
The synch is all whacked out while they prepare to play for the first 1:50. I should have trimmed that out, sorry. Just forward it to 1:50 and they will start rocking.
Man, they sounded great.

So much to say about this one. I hung out with so many old friends at the show that I only ended up video’ing the Deathryders set. There were a ton (6 or 7) of bands there and the cafe was packed. It was really nice to see everyone show up for the memorial. Pat Stratford was even there, glad to see him out for this.
Deathryders are Dustin Stratford (Charlie’s son), Jakobe Ares (playing Lyon Wong’s guitar), Brian Hanover, Charles Albright playing a set of mostly Tales of Terror songs. I did not catch the bass player’s name.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFG60 and multitrack audio from Matt at the cafe
Multitrack mix by Anonymous- thanks Anonymous!

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Cement Eater- Cafe Colonial, Sacramento Charlie Stratford Benefit Memorial 10/21/22 Multitrack sbd

I hope this is Cement Eater- I think it is. This benefit show had 6 bands and there are no band announcements. Please let me know if I got it wrong

Flyer/poster by Paul Imagine.
If you would like to contribute to Charlie’s gofundme for final expenses, I will add the link in facebook commments.

Recorded by: Matt from the cafe
Mix by Anonymous- thanks Anonymous!

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The Vacant- Cafe Colonial, Sacramento Charlie Stratford Benefit Memorial 10/21/22 Multitrack sbd

I want to thank Jakobe Ares Moreno for sending across these multitrack stubs- we were expecting The Deathryders’ set to synch with video, but the file had the entire show! Thank to Matt from the Cafe for getting this all recorded for us.
Here is The Vacant’s set- Charlie was the drummer for the band until he passed away, so Roger and band performed with no drummer. Short set, but the best quality Vacant recording I have heard.
Flyer/poster by Paul Imagine. This was the uncolored draft, I’ll use the final version for the rest of the posts.
If you would like to contribute to Charlie’s gofundme for final expenses, I will add the link in facebook commments.

Recorded by: Matt from the cafe
Mix by Anonymous- thanks Anonymous!

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Deathryders- Cafe Colonial, Sacramento Ca. 10/21/22 4k UHD Tales of Terror set Charlie Stratford Mem

So much to say about this one. I hung out with so many old friends at the show that I only ended up video’ing the Deathryders set. There were a ton (6 or 7) of bands there and the cafe was packed. It was really nice to see everyone show up for the memorial. Pat Stratford was even there, glad to see him out for this.
Deathryders are Dustin Stratford (Charlie’s son), Jakobe Ares (playing Lyon Wong’s guitar), Brian Hanover, Charles Albright playing a set of mostly Tales of Terror songs. I did not catch the bass player’s name.

So why, you ask, did I decide to post this on Mediocre Monday? Well, 2 reasons. First, I had my laptop with me so I could record a multitrack off the soundboard but Matt was super busy so I decided to rely on the Rode mic instead for audio… and then something went wrong with the mic. I dropped it right before the set, but I have beat the hell out of that thing and it always worked fine. I think I finally killed it.
Anyway, sorry. Maybe they will do another show so I can make up for this. If anyone has decent audio for the full set, please let me know.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFG60 and (apparently broken) rode videomic pro stereo

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Head- Side Door, Sacramento Ca. 10/15/22 4K UHD Multicam with Matrix Audio Seattle Garage Punk

Here is a rare treat- back in October, Kepi hosted a couple of shows at the Side Door here in Sacramento. On the first night, he invited his long-time friends from Seattle– a band called Head from Seattle. I had never heard them before but Kepi had been friends with the band for about 30 years and if he recommends them, I’m all in. They were GREAT and after some research, it looks like they are highly regarded in the punk rock record collecting circles. I’m glad I got to check them out- thanks Kepi!
I had never filmed multicamera at Side Door before and I have even more respect for Eric Bianchi’s livestream multicamera wizardry from there- it’s a tough place to set up cameras onstage. Anyway, these 3 angles at least kinda turned out ok and where else are you going to find a 4k multicam of Head.

Video recorded by Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HFG60, Gopro Hero 7 black, Canon HFG50
Audio Recorded by: Shayne Stacy and anonymous
Equipment used: Sony PCM-M10 through the soundboard; Sony PCM-A10 with Schoeps MK4 Mics and preamp.
Audio Matrix by Anonymous
Edit by Tromster

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Oxy- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca 10/3/22 4K UHD Multicam with Matrix Soundboard/Audience audio

I saw Matt Oneillin(sp?) before this Soul Glo Harlow’s show and asked him if he was doing sound for the show tonight– he does sound at the Cafe and I knew JT was out for the day. Nope, he is in the band Oxy and they were playing! I had no idea he was in a band, and I have only seen him at work where he is pretty quiet and reserved. Who knew he was a hardcore madman vocalist? Very entertaining.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60 on monopod, Canon HF G50 on the pole, 3 Gopro Hero 7 black on stage; Sony PCM-M10 through soundboard.
Audio matrix by Shayne, using Rode Videomic Pro Stereo (on G50) plus soundboard
Edit by Tromster

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Soul Glo- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 10/3/22 4K UHD Multicam with Matrix Audio Hardcore

Hey everyone, I hope you are enjoying your Monday. No mediocre Monday today- here is a nice vid of Soul Glo from the show last October. Harlow’s usually doesn’t host hardcore shows- I think it is funny that so much dust was being kicked up. You can totally see it in their fancy light beams.
I didn’t have a great source of audio for this one- board mix was all vocals, not much bass in the room mic. I did the best I could.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60 on monopod, Canon HF G50 on the pole, 3 Gopro Hero 7 black on stage; Sony PCM-M10 through soundboard.
Audio matrix by Shayne, using Rode Videomic Pro Stereo (on G50) plus soundboard
Edit by Tromster

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Sick Burn- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca 10/3/22 4K UHD Multicam with Matrix Audio Hardcore Thrash RAD

I hope everyone is surviving the endless rain- I woke up this morning and the backyard was a pond once again- I did not even hear the storm!
Here is a new set of multicams from a show at Harlows back in October. First band up was one of the most established in the local scene- I was puzzled as to why they were opening the show, but glad to see them play a room like Harlow’s. The club is lit well enough to see Lory when she jumps into the pit to sing.
My only regret/mistake with this one is with the audio matrix. I mixed Lori’s vocals a bit too low and it bugs me a bit. I might re-do the audio on this one and re-post. You know, in my “spare time”

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60 on monopod, Canon HF G50 on the pole, 3 Gopro Hero 7 black on stage; Sony PCM-M10 through soundboard.
Audio matrix by Shayne, using Rode Videomic Pro Stereo (on G50) plus soundboard
Edit by Tromster, of course!

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Fastcase- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 10/3/22 4K video with Soundboard audio Hardcore

I went to the show on Monday night and did a 5 camera multicam of all the bands.. except fastcase. I thought there were 5 bands on the bill and I did not have enough battery to do 5 bands, and I had assumed Soul Glo were going to play at least an hour… nope. Only 4 bands and they played a total of 90 minutes! That’s an efficient show.
So what I am trying to say is that I could have done a multicam of fastcase but miscalculated in many ways. Sorry.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Canon HF G60 and Sony PCM-M10 through soundboard
Soundboard Rebalance in Izotope Rx8 (bass +5, Guitar +10!)
Audio Video synch in pluraleyes 4

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Medicine- Los Angeles Area, mid-1990’s xfer from Hi8 Master Tape Enhanced

I checked with Steve on this one and we can’t figure out what the venue is. The only venue showing in the mid-90s on setlist.fm is The Roxy, but I don’t recall The Roxy having a balcony like that. Maybe the Whiskey?

Recorded by: Steve Rogers
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Sony DCR-TRV340
Enhanced (degrain) in Adobe Premiere Elements

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