When Carpe Juvenis turned a snow-covered corner of Brooklyn, New York, this past week, we had no idea what kind of surprise we were in for. We had been invited to a Dizzy Bats studio session for a special inside look at how their music is made. We entered Cowboy Technical Services Recording Studio and rode up to the sixth floor to see the space where songs are tracked and produced.
Lead singer and guitarist Connor Frost walked us through the events of the day – he and Kyle Joseph, guitarist, engineer, and producer – were finalizing one of the songs on their upcoming second full-length album (LP). Connor describes their newest music as an inclusive “cohesive unit” of sound that binds together many of his own personal narratives.
The studio itself felt cozy and intimate, exuding excited anticipation and bubbling with high expectations for the experience that their newest LP will take its audience on. In conjunction with ongoing 7” digital releases, Connor will be embarking on an upcoming West Coast tour that will provide audiences with a way to experience the music up-close and first-hand.
Carpe is thrilled to announce that we will be providing you with the exclusive scoop into the process, build-up, and release of the next Dizzy Bats record. Stay tuned for regular posts documenting Dizzy Bats’ road to LP!
The first stop is New York City, where Dizzy Bats will be hosting their 7”release party show at Trash Bar on March 28th w/ whysowhite, Fin-Folsom, and MORI.
For upcoming tour dates, check out the Dizzy Bats Facebook page.
Band photo by Michael Aquino