SLIP ON THOSE HEADPHONES AND ESCAPE FROM THE WORLD OF PREFABRICATED SANITIZED MUSIC. GET YOUR FREE DOWNLOAD. NO TRICKY EDITS, NO AUTOTUNE, JUST REAL BAND PLAYING DIRTY, INDIE ROOTS ROCK, DRIPPING WITH GREASY BLUES … RECORDED ANALOG …
…and now you can download their latest single for free!
See why award winning producer, Lenise Bent (Aja, Breakfast in America, Autoamerican, Tusk) chose this band to make her first analog record in over 20 years!
Primal Kings debut album was painstakingly recorded on 24 tracks of good old reel to reel tape. Each track is a true performance, with the primary tracks recorded live at Entourage Studios in Los Angeles. Overdubs were added and the tracks were mixed at Elsewhere studios, where the guys pulled together the gear for their own fully analog base of operations. 5 years in the making, the digital tracks were mastered at United Mastering, direct from 1/2 inch tape, creating the most “analog” digital masters possible.
Primal Kings was forged in the fires of a 5 year quest to create a full length, fully analog, LP. The journey began when indie, blues/roots/rock singer songwriter, Chris Wilson enlisted the help of veteran engineer/producer, Lenise Bent (Aja, Breakfast in America, Tusk, Autoamerican) to help him capture the raw energy of the band, then known as the Barrelhouse Kings, that had been wowing audiences in LA clubs. The lineup then included incendiary guitarist Jed Ojeda, thunderous drummer Paul Cassarino, and infinitely inventive bassist, Roger Upchurch, and it was this 4 piece unit that walked into Entourage Studios for a 2 and half day marathon session that yielded the primary tracks for the album.
For a limited time, Primal Kings is giving away a free download of their first single from their upcoming debut album. Just enter your name and email address on the right hand side of this page, and you will be immediately sent the download link to your free track.
So enter your name and email now, load up this lush track, close your eyes, and remember that true album rock still lives and breathes in the digital age.