I have been on MTV networks, AXS TV, Nights with Alice Cooper, KROQ w/ Rodney Bingenheimer, and was nominated for best indie/alt album at the 2016 Independent Music Awards in NYC at The Lincoln Center. I put time and effort into anything that has my name on it. I don't have the big names or Grammy's, but I have what it takes to help your music.
I launched the indie rock band The Dirty Clergy in 2010 and we have toured the country, been on hundreds of radio stations, blogs, etc. I'm looking to help others achieve their goals in music with affordable pricing! I have worked in the studio with Gordon Raphael (The Strokes, Regina Spektor) and several others in and around Alabama to gain knowledge behind the boards.
I know what I want for my band so I know how it is to be on your side of the fence. You can YouTube or Google my name or The Dirty Clergy to hear.
I am here for production work, mixing, mastering. I can also play a few instruments for you, write a song, some music, vocals, etc.
I haven't recorded the big names. I haven't won the big awards, but I can help your music along and maybe offer some advice as well.
Contact me. Let's talk!
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2 ReviewsEndorse Brian Manasco
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BRIAN is a truly original artist whose music can change the way you think about music, and the way you LISTEN to music. it's THAT original. Honestly, it's been a long long time since i've worked on something i just can't seem to get outta my head. His songs keep resonating. That's SO rare, and it's such a pleasure to be working beside someone whose music reminds me of the reasons i got into music in the first place. THIS IS GREAT MUSIC, and Brian is a real pro. Courteous, concise, etc...
Worked with Brian on a project for another local band. He is extremely creative and has great ideas. I was completely satisfied and so was the band. He has toured and had some pretty nice accomplishments for an indie guy. Definitely recommend.
Interview with Brian Manasco
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: For me it's digital. More affordable and that's just the way music has gone.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: Since 2009. I came up producing our own material and eventually broke off into doing our stuff with other, well known producers and learned a lot in that process. Health issues sidelined me from doing live shows, so I have more time now to help other artists.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Don't underestimate the reverb!
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Mostly things withing the rock genre, acoustic/folk, alt-country.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Mixing, mastering, guitar tracking
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Sune Rose Wagner, Gordon Raphael, Dan Auerbach
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Tracking, mixing, guitar work.