It's been quite the busy week at our Brooklyn soundstage. Less than 24 hours after our live stream session with Mac Demarco, Pitchfork had yet another session set up and ready to go for legendary shoegazers Slowdive. The English natives just happened to be in town for two sold out nights at Brooklyn Steel. They arrived to our studio the morning after their first NYC show in two years, and first since releasing their brand new album (first album since 1995's "Pygmalian").
The setup for this live stream which took place via Pitchfork's facebook page at 1 o'clock on Tuesday was a little bit different stylistically than the one from the day before. Rather than including any bright colored set walls, they kept things simple with our freshly painted black cyclorama and a massive wash of fog throughout to help set the tone. This stream was also shot in black and white which seemed rather appropriate. It was an absolute honor to have Slowdive in our photo studio rental space amidst their triumphant return. If you weren't able to get a hold of tickets in time and you missed the live stream, you can still check out the show here.
words & photos by: Justin Buschardt