Cave In Selling Live Tracks To Help Brooklyn Studio

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Translator Audio, a Brooklyn-based recording studio where bands like Swans, Khanate, Chicha Libre, Mighty High, Angels of Light and Ovo tracked some of their best offerings, was destroyed by super storm Sandy.

Like much of the Tri-State area, the recovery and rebuild continues.

Now, three live Cave In tunes are being sold to help resurrect the devastated studio.

The three song digital effort is available through Coextinction Recordings, and includes “Anchor,” “Dark Driving” and “Joy Opposites.”

The songs were captured on a broadcast of the Steve Lamacq show. I have no idea who Steve Lamacq is, but that matters not.

“Recorded on a day-off while touring England and Ireland with Foo Fighters in 2002,” says a press release. “Cave In brings it again with these 3 powerful tracks. All proceeds from the sale of this package will go to the rebuild fund for Translator Audio.”

Go here for more information.

Oh yeah, and in case you’re like, “Who’s Cave In?,” I have just four words for you: Until Your Heart Stops.

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