Dag Nasty- Thee Parkside, San Francisco 12/8/17 LIVE Multicam Minor Threat

I could ramble on and on about this one. This was the best show I have seen this year. The video turned out great as well- I encourage you all to actually watch this one. I was excited to see them, but I was not expecting this level of great. The club was sold out, and it is so small that means that you can’t move. at all. Luckily, I have these pole mounts from Jim Mclain and the club has 3 poles, so I was able to mount 3 cameras. I then wedged into a tiny 12″ x 12″ spot by the bands equipment to film the angle closest to Brian. Since moving was impossible, I asked Colin Sears to put my gopro on stage. He tossed it up there for me(thanks), but the angle is not completely pointed at him. It still turned out OK. The crowd sang along to every song. It was so much fun.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Edit by: Agelos/Tromster

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Canon HFG30 w/Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic, Canon HFG10, GoPro

 

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Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500 Today- The Chapel, San Francisco Ca. 7/15/17 LIVE

What a day this was. I got to the venue SUPER early and peeked through the front window and was surprised to see Dean setting up merch. I squeeze through the locked gate and get into the venue lobby- Dean was super nice. I was thrilled when they gave permission to shoot this video. On the downside, the show was sold out and the crowd was super annoying. There was a high percentage of handlebar moustached, skinny jeans wearing hipsters hanging about. One of them gave me an unsolicited poke in the midsection and commented on my weight. Who the hell does that? Anyway, the video turned out great. Filmed with a Canon HFG30 with Rode video pro stereo mic, a Canon HFG10 at the back of the venue, and a gopro hero4 on the side of the stage. Thanks to Sam Habash for the edit(his first edit ever!) and to Alex Kim for watching the back angle.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used:Canon HFG30, Canon HFG10, GoPro Hero4, Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Edited/Remixed By: Sam Habash

Additional help by: Alex Kim

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Son Volt- Great American Music Hall, San Francisco 5/3/17 Part 1 Canon HFG30 Rode VPS mic

Here’s the first 25min or so of the Son Volt set from Wednesday in SF. Brian McKenna & I had dinner seats and it was a great place to video from. Unfortunately, GAMH security put a stop to the filming fun early on. They let me film Belly last year, but Son Volt is anti-video, I guess. He said only “their guy” could video. Awww, I used to be their guy 25 years ago. I guess my Guy card expired. It all turned out for the best anyway. I was audio taping as well and it does not sound great in the balcony. Once they stopped the filming, I went downstairs to the floor and the recording sounds good! Not only that, I did not see any guys from the Schoeps Club at the show. I guess they were at okkervil river or willie nelson. It was a surprise that my recording may be the best of the night. Anyway, enjoy.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

 

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Russ Tolman- Make Out Room, San Francisco Ca. 3/18/17 Part 1 True West

This was such a fun show. Barbara Manning had not played in SF for a LONG time (10 years?) and so the show had a family reunion vibe going. Russ opened, accompanied by Robert Lloyd. Please pardon the chatter, lots of people were catching up. Still sounds great. The flashing effect is part of the make out room’s lighting, unfortunately.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

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Mr. T Experience- DNA Lounge, San Francisco Ca. 10/7/16 Multicam MTX

This was MTX’ record release show for “King Dork Approximately”, their first album in over 10 years! I walked into the DNA, expecting a large venue with balcony, kind of like the ones I saw on Zoran’s metal videos. Well, I guess you can partition off a *tiny* room upstairs that holds about 100 people… and that is where MTX Played. I had no place to put cameras. I used my G30/Rode monopod, then sloppily tossed a gopro on the soundboard ledge. It did not turn out too bad, and this was the best MTX show I have seen (out of 5) since they have been back.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: G30 Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic, GoPro

 

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Destroy Boys- DNA Lounge, San Francisco Ca. 10/7/16 Pt. 1 Canon HFG30 & Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

Destroy Boys are a new-ish band from Sacramento with some strong family ties to the scene. Vi (guitar) is the daughter of Sonny(Daycare/Phallucy) & Lynn(THE almighty Skirts). THey already have a full-length CD out that was released about 3 weeks ago, and they also have an earlier EP. They opened for MTX & Captain 9’s last night. They are not opening the show tonight, but everyone should come out and see the MTX & Captain 9’s show at Blue Lamp. It should be great.

Recorded by:Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Rode Video Pro Stereo Mic

 

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