Rock ‘n’ rollers from Madam Adam have turned the tables by starting up the new recording studio, Hybrid Audio Solutions (HAS).

Long-time bandmates Scott Gould and Alan Price bring a combined 30 years of music experience with them with HAS, a 2,000-square foot space in West Ashley, complete with three independent control rooms and an “arsenal” of vintage and modern equipment.

Since opening in January, HAS has already cranked out material for Mitchell Lee, Unit 8, Ultra Lo-Fi, Souls Harbor Acoustic, Orange Doors, and more.

The guys have even produced the Charleston Battery’s official fight song, “We the Fleet,” by local punk rockers First World Problem.

Gould and Price will soon launch Senor Face Records, under which Madam Adam will release its third album in late July.

The band will tour the U.S. later this year. 

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