some good stuff happenin here at THE SHIP. we’ve been very fortunate to work with some truly talented folks! many many thanks:
THE GHOST TRADE
THE NIGHT SEA
also…some exciting news on the gear front! we’ve got ourselves a beautiful YAMAHA U3 piano (pictured above) and wonderful WURLITZER 200A electric piano. it’s on!
many many thank you’s to the following folks:
NBC’s PARKS AND RECREATION
BLUE EYED SON
2015 is gonna be bananas!!! ae
Its been a great summer over here at THE SHIP! Lots of records recorded…mixes mixed…scores scored!
Many thanks to:
Parks And Recreation
Blue Eyed Son
Now let’s make some records in the fall!
we are very pleased to announce that the feature film LOADED (original score by Aaron Espinoza and Ariana Murray of EARLIMART) will get it’s world premier at the CINEQUEST FILM FESTIVAL this month click here for TICKET INFO
SLUMPTOWN – a short film written and directed by our pal Bryan Costanich and scored by yers truly (Aaron Espinoza)… will make its debut at Boston’s Sci Fi Film Festival this valentines day…if yer in the hood….go check it out http://www.eventbrite.com/e/shorts-program-5-for-lovers-real-virtual-tickets-10419680545
Aaron Espinoza was invited to perform at Elliott Smith’s No Name benefit show last night at Largo in Los Angeles. He was asked to play 2 Elliott songs and a cover E would like. Aaron chose Elliott’s Waltz 2 and Punch and Judy, and then surprised us all with a cover of Grandaddy’s He’s Simple, He’s Dumb, He’s the Pilot. Needless to say, not a dry eye in the house.
No Name #1 is a concert series created by family and friends to celebrate the life and music of Elliott Smith. All proceeds went to local charities in Portland, Los Angeles, Austin, and NYC.
The Los Angeles No Name #1 event took place on August 6th, which would have been Elliott’s 44th Birthday.
In 2012, Aaron produced The Submarines “The Ship Sessions” EP and has since worked with Submarines songstress Blake Hazard on her new self released solo album “The Eleanor Islands” which is out TODAY!
You can also stream the Submarines “You, Me, and the Bourgeoisie” from the Ship Session EP in our listen section