Caravan Recordings IS A RECORDING STUDIO IN INNER PORTLAND, OR.
At 1,500 SQUARE FEET, THE STUDIO HAS ONE CONTROL ROOM, A LARGE WELL TREATED LIVE ROOM, 3 ROOMS FOR ISO, A LOUNGE AND PRIVATE PARKING.
R.I.P. - "STREET REAPER" LP (RIDING EASY RECORDS)
"Here at the CVLT Nation HQ, we’re addicted to the noxious riffs and pummelling beats these guys come with on every fucking song"
- CLVT NATION
"and as you’ll hear on Street Reaper‘s latest single, “The Other Side,” the doomy vibes are rooted in an inescapable and fearful present, full of the possibility of the impending collapse of democracy here in the US, of economic failure, nuclear war, dwindling resources, and a downright primal fight for survival."
- THE JOY OF VIOLENT MOVEMENT
"I wouldn’t call much of what R.I.P. do subtle, but in terms of ambience, their songs successfully convey notions of mood and purpose without giving losing an apparent focus on simplicity of structure."
- THe obelisk
TINY KNIVES - "BLACK HAZE" LP (EOLIAN EMPIRE)
"...one hell of a challenging, fascinating record.the guitar tone alone could sink a battleship, and that's without even mentioning the utterly tectonic bass that hangs high, dominating the mix"
– NOISEY / Vice
“TINY KNIVES‘ more unhinged moments recall Crass’ reckless musical abandon at times, and His Hero Is Gone’s crushing anger at others”
– Portland Mercury
"It’s a rant-fueled, maniacal, white-knuckled ride through Portland’s gritty back-alleys; killer stuff"
– EARSPLIT PR
COCO COLUMBIA - TVPDX SESSION #14
In addition to making records, WE also work for guy wagner's a/v company tvpdx which shoots bands against a black backdrop out of our studio. 100% live / 0% overdubbing!
we love working on these sessions as they're great for artist promo and we Like getting to be part of something that visually captures the diverse music community here in portland, or.
it's ALSO a great experience as it forces US to constantly think critically about the live recording process as these sessions need a quick turn around without sacrificing quality.
For more sessions, see our audio visual sub page or go to www.tvpdx.org