SHAKE THE BARON – “Sinking Sailor” – The Live Studio Sessions 3/3 from Benjamin Sweet on Vimeo.
The third and final video documenting our day at Grand Street Recording featuring Porchfork darling Jon Markson. Big ups to Grand Street, Justin Gerrish, and Benjamin Sweet. Download the exclusive FREE mp3 of the live version of “Sinking Sailor” right here on our website for a limited time!
SHAKE THE BARON – “Any Direction” – The Live Studio Sessions 2/3 from Benjamin Sweet on Vimeo.
The second video of our session at Grand Street with Justin Gerrish and Benjamin Sweet featuring the previously unreleased song, “Any Direction.” You can download the FREE mp3 of the performance here on our site for a limited time!
SHAKE THE BARON – “Rest Of Reaction” – The Live Studio Sessions 1/3 from Benjamin Sweet on Vimeo.
We recently spent a day at Grand Street Recording in Brooklyn with our buddies Justin Gerrish (engineer extraordinaire) and Ben Sweet (filmmaker supreme). Download the mp3 of this live version of “Rest of Reaction” for free right here on our website!
We had a blast at Conn College’s Floralia festival opening up for Matt and Kim! Seth Brown was there taking photos, click below to scope ‘em!
We’ll be playing a set at Deli Magazine’s B.E.A.U.F. (Best of Emerging Artist Festival) Fest on Friday 5/27 at Spike Hill. Definitely check that out.
You can read the game that Deli Mag was spittin’ about us here. (We were up for their Best Emerging NYC Artist award!)
Also catch our buds Delicate Steve and Beast Make Bomb at B.E.A.F. on Saturday 5/28 at Brooklyn Bowl and Spike Hill.
We are happy to announce the release of our first full length album. Digital downloads can be found on iTunes as well as Amazon, hard copies will be available at our live shows.
The Deli Magaine said that our “self-titled debut displays the band’s talent for layering harmonies and creating an unmistakably good vibe throughout … [it] has the polished, established feel of a sophomore or junior album.” The Album Project said, “Obviously bred from the sweat of an indie brow, Shake the Baron’s self-titled album explores both the melancholy and upbeat … you’ve got a lot to love from this debut.”