After tours and shows with Iration, Mike Pinto Band, and Micah Brown, Seedless is back in the studio! Following their successful release of Twisted Roots in August 2010, Seedless begins their first recording session Monday, January 15th at 17th Street Recording Studios.
Seedless’ Casey Sullivan told The Pier “It was amazing getting back into the studio with Lew after a long awaited break. Cant wait for everyone to hear the new sound”. Vocalist Matt liufau continued on to say “If you like the album Twisted roots in 2010 just wait until you here the NEW Seedless music in 2012. If its true what they say about 2012 being the end of us all, Seedless is going out with a bang”.
Located in Costa Mesa, California, 17th Street has produced music for hit reggae-rock artists The Dirty Heads, Slightly Stoopid, and the legendary Sublime, not to mention Mike Pinto, Pacific Dub, Micah Brown, and more! Lewis Richards will be producing Seedless’s single titled “Eyes” for the Southern California band. Richards’ resume includes working with some of the best in genres ranging from punk and ska to reggae and hip-hop bringing songs like “Lay Me Down” by The Dirty Heads featuring Rome of Sublime with Rome to the scene, that would become Billboards #1 single.
With Richards’ production talent and Seedless’ unique sound of genre-bending reggae vibes, “Eyes” will be highly anticipated on its release. Luckily, we will not have to wait long for the arrival of the next reggae jam! Seedless will be releasing the single on their site for free within the next two weeks. It does not stop there! To get the fans even more pumped, “Eyes” will feature an undisclosed special guest! So stay updated with The Pier on the release of the new single as we’ll have more information as soon as it’s made available to us!
In the meantime feel free to grab 2 FREE Seedless songs inside our MP3 Massive Section:
“They Gonna Talk” (Beres Hammond Cover)
Article By: Alyssa Torres
Here’s a video shot outside of 17th St. Studios of Seedless doing a live acoustic rendering of Beres Hammonds “They Gonna Talk”. It’s an oldie but goodie and displays the groups raw talent as shot by ThePier.org
If you want NEW, here’s a new unreleased jammer titled “Baby Dont Go” recorded with our good friends at MoBoogie