Since joining forces in 2010, The Northwest Kid (Craig Frank Edes) and Heebz The Earthchild (Travis Hebert) have released a mixtape, dropped a full-length album, performed alongside the likes of A Tribe Called Red and Born Ruffians, and gained a devoted social media following in the thousands — all without ever stepping foot inside a professional recording studio. That all changed on July 22, 2016, when the boys from Mob Bounce made their studio debut. But it wasn’t just any studio. Owned by Canadian icon Bryan Adams, and connected to artists like AC/DC and Justin Bieber, The Warehouse Studio occupies three stories of Vancouver’s oldest brick building in the heart of Gastown.
With access to killer acoustics, cutting-edge equipment and the keen ear of esteemed producer/engineer Eric Mosher, Mob Bounce spent the day creating a mind-blowing recording of Vision Quest. In this premiere episode of DD Studio Sessions, you are taken behind the scenes of their epic session and share the exclusive first look at the finished product.
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