Next door to Churchill’s Pub, Sweat Records was also having some fun.
Hosted by Audio Junkie played a double feature. Before the premiere of the newest episode, friends gathered to celebrate drummer Emile Milgrim’s 30th birthday. With cake, a great John Water’s theme with movies being played on the wall screen and some really good punch, everyone was ready to watch the new episode.
Miami’s favorites Mask Era were the focus of their newest episode. With some visceral production, Audio Junkie captured the group perfectly and held them in the right light. With a minimal background setting, eliminating any chance of interruption, Mask Era was given a very intimate view for the audience.
Containing four of their songs, each clip inside the episode showed the great interchangeability of Mask Era. Whether is be howling, crooning or yelling from one of the three singers, the grungy, distorted sound coming from the guitars or the loud and ricochet rhythms from the drums, each track has it’s own clarity and uniqueness from an array of content and meaning in the lyrics, and the audio from the instruments.