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Here it is the end of January and we’re just getting around to our first update of the year.   2013 is already shaping up to be a big one for Faultine Alumni and while we’re excited to keep you updated on all of their upcoming releases,  first we’ve got some news of our own:

As of March 1st, the day rate in Studio A will be $300 a day.  We know, we know, musician’s aren’t made of money, but it’s not just our sandwiches and coffee that have gotten more expensive, we’ve signed a new lease and our rent went up as well. 

To help ease the transition, we’ll be offering several ways to earn discounts on bookings. Be sure to sign up for our brand new email list below to find out the details!   Additionally, we’ll honor the old rate of $250 on any days booked in 2013 that we receive a deposit for before March 1st.

The good news is we’re still here and still one of the most affordable places to record in the Bay Area. So here’s to more music in 2013 and beyond!

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The Bandpage Sessions are a series of recordings and videos featuring local and national acts. This a collaborative effort between Root Music, Volta Videography, Steve Rosenfield Photography and Faultline Studios.
Our first featured artist was Trevor Hall featuring 4 tracks with video.
Go to the Faultline Studios’ Root Music Bandpage to check out the entire series. The audio is available for download on Trevor Hall’s BandPage so, be sure to grab a track or 4!

UnderCover Presents, Faultline Studios, and KALX 90.7 FM are beyond thrilled to announce that Darren Johnston has curated a brilliant Bay Area lineup to reinterpret Nick Drake’s Pink Moon.

Doors: 7:30 PM
Show: 8 PM
Cover:$15 in advance, $20 at door
Advance Tickets:

SAE Institute is hosting a series of industry mixers during the course of 2012. This Friday, January 6th at 8PM Faultline Studios will be the featured recording studio along with marketing and management company, Famehouse.
Come have a drink with the Faultline crew and let’s talk shop!

Tyler Bryant, currently 20 years old, is a guitar prodigy who has shared the stage with Aerosmith, Jeff Beck, Heart, REO Speedwagon, Paul Simon, BB King, Pat Benatar, The Arc Angels, Vince Gill and many others. At age 15, Tyler won the Robert Johnson Blues Foundation’s New Generation Award, which recognized him as one of the most promising new artists on the music scene. He has also performed at Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival in Chicago, and was signed by John Huie at Creative Artists Agency on the spot, after his first showcase in Nashville.

Tyler, along with Beck, Santana, and Slash, is featured in the award winning film, “Rock Prophecies,” which is directed by John Chester, and produced by Tim Kaiser (Seinfeld and Will & Grace).


























Root Music and Faultline Studios decided to team up and do a show with the band once word was out they were coming to town. Previously, Tyler was on the road without his band for a month doing shows with Jeff Beck and keeping busy writing new tunes for the 4 piece. The day after the  Root Music/ Faultline show, Starita and the guys hit the studio to record a new song that the other members of the band had never even heard until they entered the Live room. This obviously was not an issue as the band ripped though an entire day of tracking laying down every part leaving the song only to be mixed. This magical day was fully documented by Volta Videography and will be released on the band’s Root Music Bandpage. Be sure to check their page for the release and catch a glimpse of what life is like in the studio with Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown.

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