We are pleased to release the latest single from the SCI Sound Lab! Check out the Keith Moseley led “Gone Crooked” on your favorite music streaming service! Moose explains the songwriting process below:
“Gone Crooked” is a fun little song penned in Nashville with my new pals Rayland Baxter and Nick Bockrath. After listening to a few of the rough mixes from Rayland’s new album “Wide Awake,” I was all in on working with him. That album has become one of my favorite releases of the year. Nick plays guitar on Rayland’s record, and I am also a fan of his work with Cage the Elephant.
The writing process with Rayland was fun and exciting. He is quick and witty, a keen observer of the human condition. The first time I met him, he apologized for being late and explained that he couldn’t get in the front door of the studio and had to come around back. Within a few minutes, our guitars and notebooks were out and the first notes were taking shape. Rayland sang a line about the front door, we started to fire lyrics back and forth, and that’s how “Gone Crooked” came to life.
Upon returning to the SCI Lab and listening to the rough demo, we decided to give the song a real minimalist treatment. The track is mostly just me on vocals and upright bass, Kang on resonator guitar, Kyle on piano, and Jason on the cardboard box (cajón). Our sound engineer Dros did a great job with the production and mixing and I feel like the track has a great vibe. We hope you enjoy it!” – Keith Moseley
Audience taping is allowed at all Incidents. Taping of an SCI performance will only be permitted in the designated taping area. Guest performances by band members with other artists will be overseen by that artist's policy. No electrical power will be given to the taper section.
There are no designated tapers' tickets at general admission shows, entry to the taping section is first-come first-serve. Taping will be allowed on a space-available basis with any ticket. When the section is full, no additional recording equipment will be allowed into the show. If you wish to tape at a general admission show you have the best chance of getting a spot in the section if you are in line to enter the building when the doors open; this time is always printed on each ticket. If all of the space is taken before you enter the venue, you will not be permitted to bring recording equipment in with you.
The enjoyment of the audience in attendance at an Incident always takes priority over recording efforts. This means that at no time should tapers ever call for other concertgoers to be quiet or impede their enjoyment of the Incident. Per our taping policy, there will continue to be no "front of board" taping. However, we will continue to place the taper section in the BEST spot available in accordance with the restrictions and policies of the venues. Furthermore, we will continue to do our best to accommodate as many tapers as possible within the confines of the venue's limitations and ticket / space availability. Anyone found taping in violation of the above policy will be removed from the venue and unauthorized recordings will be confiscated.