Sun Sap offer four pieces of recording advice for Sometimes, Always, Never, Maybe

Sun Sap offer four pieces of recording advice for Sometimes, Always, Never, Maybe

The NSW South Coasters are celebrating their excellent debut EP.

Last Friday saw the release of the "leisure coast"'s favourite sons Sun Sap's debut five-track EP, Sometimes, Always, Never, Maybe - a soulful surf-rock odyssey filled with sunshine vibes and sand-ladden swagger. With half the band based in Sydney and the other half on the NSW south coast, the group have come together to create a five-track debut that dives headlong into 60s rock'n'roll, with the kind of panache current-era bands could only dream of. 

Take a listen below, along with a handy little picture guide on some top tips for recording your own EP one day, and catch 'em live at one of a bunch of upcoming dates listed down the bottom.

Sometimes getting experimental in the studio can pay off:

sun sap sometimes

Always have a healthy meal before a day in the studio:

sun sap always

Never forget to bring a towel you never know when things are going to get moist:

sun sap never

Maybe we should have recorded more percussion on the EP? You decide:

sun sap maybe

UPCOMING SHOWS:

Tue 3 Apr - Cobra Club @ Waywards, Newtown w/ Tiny Giants

Thu 3 May - Roundhouse Beergarden @ UNSW, Sydney (TBA)

Sun 6 May - Franks Wild Years, Thirroul

Thu 31 May - Strawberry Boogie @ Wollongong Uni, Wollongong

Sat 16 Jun - The Record Crate, Glebe

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