Trope Announces Debut Album “Cartesian Machine” with Mike Fraser.
Canadian Art Rock band, Trope, announced today that they will be heading into the studio with Mike Fraser (Aerosmith, AC/DC) to record the bands’ debut album, “Cartesian Machine”. Mike Fraser and Trope guitarist, Dave Thompson, will produce the album with Fraser additionally recording and mixing.
Trope, a Canadian Art Rock act located in Vancouver BC, will be heading into a few of Vancouver’s premiere recording studios, including Armoury Studios and former Little Mountain Sound Studios, currently referred to as Hipposonic.
Trope and Mike Fraser will commence in July 2017 with drum tracking at Armoury Studios, with drummer Phil Gardner. Trope will then spend the month of August in Hipposonic tracking guitars (Dave Thompson), bass (Shawn Moran), and vocals (Diana Studenberg) and return to Armoury Studios for mixing in September.
About Mike Fraser
Fraser has a vast history in the music business as an engineer and mixer for bands including Aerosmith, AC/DC, The Cult, and Van Halen, to name but a few. Fraser has engineered and mixed the last 5 AC/DC albums.
Trope is an art rock band located in Vancouver BC with influences from 90’s Alt to progressive rock. Trope’s music has been likened to A Perfect Circle and Tool with female vocals, their sound falling into the Art Rock genre. Their ‘music first’ focus pairs with the groups sound, which is quite progressive.
Offcial website of alt rock band Trope.