G.B.H.- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 5/29/18 5 Cam Multicam with Soundboard Audio GBH

G.B.H. came through town last month and they were really great. I have seen them twice over the past year and they really bring the energy, 40 years in. The video turned out great- thanks to Agelos for the edit, to JT for the soundboard mix, to Zoran for telling me that someone crowdsurfed into a G30 so I could fix it quickly, to Brian McKenna for securing permission that afternoon, and to Jim McLain for sharing his pole mount/bungee idea with me. Harlow’s & Thee Parkside are the best places for the pole mounts!
FIlmed by: Shayne Stacy
Edited by: Tromster
Equipment used: Canon HFG40, 2x Canon HFG30, 1x HFG10, and 1 Gopro hero 4 silver on the drummer.

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Setting Sons- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca 5/29/18 Canon HFG40 Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Ah, I just woke up at 5:30 and got ready for my 6am conference call… to find out it was cancelled. D’oh! That means morning videos for you. Setting Sons opened the GBH show on Tuesday. I had not heard them and was not planning on filming them, but Sean Hills let me know that I should film, and members were moving away so their next show was unscheduled at this time… so here you go. Good old UK punk style, and a nice cover of Teenage Kicks.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 and Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

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Monster Squad- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca 5/29/18 Canon HFG40 Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

There were a lot of people at the show who came to see Monster Squad- and I can see why. Their drummer is amazing, and the guitar interplay is rare in a punk/hardcore band. Very unique.
This was their record release show for their new album “Depression”.

Damn, it sounded good in the club. Thanks JT!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 and Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

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Jay Farrar & Gary Hunt- Harlow’s, Sacramento Ca. 5/18/18

I don’t know how many people know this, but I was the first “deadhead-like” guy who followed Uncle Tupelo around and recorded their concerts back in 1992. I did a week in the midwest, then a week in california in early 1993, then their last shows in 1994.
So, I realized that I had NEVER seen Jay solo before. I saw Son Volt a ton of times, but never Jay.. so I ventured out to the show. It was exactly what I expected. A polished performance, but not too dynamic. 🙂
I got shut down about an hour into the set. This was the second time I was shut down by their tour manager. I guess being the first guy to film doesn’t buy me anything now. Meh. I tried to ask permission…

 

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG40 & Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Live Concert Video