The Proletariat- 5th Dimension, Tacoma Wa. 3/25/17 Part 1 Bleak Outlook Fest Canon HFG30

I will probably post an edited version of this one later on, as I stuck a gopro to the toolbox on the garage and got decent results. So, I pull up to the venue and it is a house at the end of a residential street. The show is in a garage (not a modified garage- A GARAGE with spray paint on the shelves and work benches and chicken feed and stuff). After talking the guys off the ledge (these type of venues do not exist on the east coast), they played a kickass set. Nice clash cover at the end. I was surprised that their most well known song is “options”– I thought it would be one off indifference.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30

 

Live Concert Video

The Proletariat- Blackwater, Portland Or. 3/25/17 Multicam with Matrix Audio

This one turned out really nice. This was part of the crazy Portland-Seattle-Tacoma-Portland trip I made in March to see 3 Proletariat shows over 24 hours. This was the last show of the 3- after playing underground venues for the first 2, this venue seemed like a palace. A real bar, a real PA, and real lighting. Great set by the band as well. Filmed with 2 Canon HFG30, 1 Canon HFG10 and a Gopro behind the drummer. Thanks to Agelos for the great edit and to Jason Ellis for the Soundboard/DPA 4061mic audience matrix.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Canon HFG10, GoPro, DPA 4061 Mic

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

Additional help by: Jason Ellis

Live Concert Video

The Proletariat- Black Lodge, Seattle Wa. 3/24/17 LIVE Multicam Punk

About a year ago, I went to 3 shows by The Proletariat in 24 hours. It was crazy. This was the first show of the run. I got to Black Lodge way too early and found the place to be.. interesting. There is NO WATER/liquid of any kind allowed anywhere. The soundbooth was up a homemade 2×4 ladder and they warned me that the balcony area where I was setting up my G10 was not too sturdy. The stage lights came from behind the band- no front lighting at all. Even the G30(which is usually a BEAST in low light) could not handle it well. Still a great show, that gopro angle saved me! I don’t remember the sound for the show being this good- sounds great! Thanks to Agelos for the edit and to Jim Mclain for brightening the G10 angle. It looks a little surveillance video looking, and I like it! Filmed with 1 Canon HFG30, 1 HFG10, and 1 Gopro.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

Equipment Used: Canon HFG30, Cnaon HFG10, GoPro

Edited/Remixed By: Agelos

Additional help by: Jim McClain

Live Concert Video