SOURCE: Manhattan Center Studios
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - September 18, 2013) - Critically acclaimed American hip-hop duo Run The Jewels -- consisting of El-P and Killer Mike -- released their self-titled first album earlier this year. Now Myspace has brought the guys to Manhattan Center's acclaimed recording studio, the Log Cabin -- located at 311 West 34th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues -- to record a series of exclusive performances in Myspace's "Live at the Log Cabin" series.
Run The Jewels recorded live performances of three tracks: "Run The Jewels," "Sea Legs" and "A Christmas F**king Miracle." Mixed with candid studio conversations, these impressive sessions highlight El-P's and Killer Mike's comedic personalities and performance talent. Hailed by Pitchfork as some of the year's Best New Music, Run The Jewels' "Live at the Log Cabin" sessions do not disappoint.
To view the live studio session of Run The Jewels performing "Run The Jewels" at the Log Cabin, please click here.
To view their performance of "Sea Legs," please click here.
To view their performance of "A Christmas F**king Miracle," please click here.
About the Log Cabin
The Log Cabin combines the ease and efficiency of digital technology with a Pro Tools HD Accel system, to the proven warmth and musicality of a best-of-breed 72-channel analog mixing console, complete with classic outboard gear and the latest plugins. A self-contained studio complete with a spacious live room, isolated drum booth, lounge, and kitchen, the Log Cabin is a producer's, artist's and engineer's dream studio.
About Manhattan Center
Centrally located in the heart of New York City, Manhattan Center (MCStudios.com) strives for excellence with every event. The extensive facilities include recording and television production studios in addition to the famed Hammerstein and Grand Ballrooms. Manhattan Center has been the facility of choice for household name artists, composers, concert promoters, municipality and political parties, television events, fashion shows, corporations, not-for-profits, record companies and worldwide and local organizations.