Vlado Meller Mastering’s own Jeremy Lubsey recently helped beloved New Orleans brass band
Bonerama bring the funk back to the Big Easy and beyond, mastering their seventh album, Hot Like Fire,
which was released today (October 6) on Basin Street Records.
Featuring covers from the diverse likes of Allen Toussaint and Radiohead along with seven original
tracks, Hot Like Fire is the band’s first album to be distributed by a label after six independent releases,
with Basin Street Records stepping up to the plate to spread the word. It also anticipates the band’s
20th anniversary next year.
“Jeremy’s mastering is present, clear, great levels, and great low end, all around excellent work,” said
Tracey Freeman, who co-produced the record alongside band members Mark Mullins and Craig Klein.
Freeman also handled mixing duties.
“Working with Tracey and Bonerama was a ton of fun, and I’m so glad they’re happy with the final
master,” said Lubsey. “The New Orleans sound deserves to be heard worldwide, and I’m proud to have
helped make this album sound as great on record as it does live.”
For more information on Bonerama and Hot Like Fire, visit www.boneramabrass.com.