love from philly

I’m always excited when I get a call from Max from Brewerytown Beats / Brewerytown Records. He’s continually doing important work with regard to promoting, preserving, and furthering Philadelphia music and musicians. I admire and relate to his DIY spirit. But, I was not expecting the call to be a request to mix a new song from G. Love, Schooly D, and Chuck Treece. I listened to those early G. Love records a lot in high school, so this had some significance for me at this stage in my career.

We mixed the song in one day at Elm Street utilizing all the analogue goodness. Theo Aaronson was also an important voice in the mix process, and it was great to meet and work with him.

You’ll have to get the vinyl to hear my mix, as the official single version was already done. But getting the 45 also supports 30 Amp Circuit, an organization also doing important work to support the arts in Philadelphia. And the gold splatter vinyl looks pretty great.