Posting for historical purposes, given the great recording and video that came from the session.
The Methodist Bells (bandcamp facebook) had the pleasure of performing a 3/4 set on Sunday, August 21st at (my first drum teacher, Ron Keck's) Subcat Studios for Sub Rosa Session #32. Closing for the Bells (well, I think it's funny) was recently-US-returned-and-immediately-thereafter-Binghamton-bound Colin Phils (bandcamp facebook), who put on a fantastic trio show (and, with one of the wooden USBs in tow, I can say that their previous two albums are excellent as well).
Alice In The Sky, featuring an Allis On The Ground
With thanks to Amanda Rogers for organizing, Subcat, The Rebel 105.9 (we don't get it in Rochester, though), The Syracuse New Times, D.I.T. Records, and my current contributing writer hosters at syracuse.com for making the session and recording possible, a video work-up of "Alice In The Sky" is provided below for your viewing and listening pleasure (courtesy youtube.com).
On day two of an 11-hour jet lag, hadn't played in a month, stuck behind a poorly-left-ified kit, and still sound good.
The Colin Phils tune "Don Cabs" is included below. I was (admittedly) ready to sneak out early, but ended up staying for the whole set (that's musician-speak for "great show").
PDF (local, for posterity): 2016sept7_methodistbells_dailyorange.pdf