Some Music

 

Some Music

 

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Carrie Catherine's fifth album Honeycomb features music from the play Somewhere, SK. Co-produced with her long time musical partner Hal Schrenk and recorded at The Hayloft, the album has a rootsy, sensual sound infused with vintage guitar tones and earthy percussion. While “Sunlight on Chrome” is an old-school country ode to rural Saskatchewan, “Bees” contains an irresistible bluesy groove that opens the album. “This Dance” is a romantic waltz with a haunting accordion performed by Bart McKay, who also engineered the project.

 

THE STORY
The album was recorded at the Hayloft is a 1930s grocery store that Catherine and her husband/developer Curtis Olson transformed into a house and concert venue. Award-winning country music producer/performer Bart McKay engineered the project. Even her crowdfunding supporters joined Catherine and crew in the studio to perform on the “Work Song”—an innovative interpretation of an agricultural work song with looping saws, hammers and shovels to lend authenticity to the lively track.

 

The album package was designed by Hal Schrenk and produced by Novatex, who experimented with die-cuts, inks, and paper stocks until they had a beautiful and unique creation that reflected the rich sound of Honeycomb.

 

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