FRIENDS AND PARTNERS
Dan has tremendous respect for careful craftsmanship and social responsibility. He is proud to support artists, organizations, and companies who share these values and put their local community first. Shop used, shop local.
Please visit our friends and partners, who do good while doing good business.
Founded in 2010 as 1964 Ears, 64 Audio welcomed Dan Masterson (a happy customer since 2013) to their artist roster in 2016. Dan currently uses 64 Audio's V3-Custom in-ear monitors and custom musician's earplugs to protect his hearing and provide the clearest, most comfortable listening experience possible. #64fam
TALISMAN MUSIC GROUP
Talisman Music Group is an independent artist consulting group that elevates artists to their maximum potential by working with them to build a powerful foundation of support in New England. It's an honor to be on their roster.
The Secret bureau of art and design
Jenny Bergman and her collective of talented designers, videographers, stylists, and more are an artistic force to be reckoned with. Their strong focus on storytelling has made them a trusted collaborator among the Boston music community. The Secret Bureau also offers mini-sessions every Tuesday for those who need a new set of head shots, like, right now.
REVOLUTION SOUND STUDIO
Dave, Aaron, Andy, and Matt at Revolution Sound in Charlestown, MA are top class. Flexible and affordable for independent artists, the studio has a great collection of gear and most importantly: knowledgeable, easy-going staff. I'm proud to have recorded When Reality Calls there.
Peter and the team at QRST's are always my first call when I need a new order of t-shirts and merch. Located in Somerville, MA, they've got deep roots in the Boston music scene, are members of the Fair Labor Association, and make meaningful donations to organizations like Right Turn and The MS Society of New England.
Eli at Union Press handcrafts posters and prints the old fashioned way. Located in Somerville, MA, the shop specializes in handset wood and metal type and hand carved imagery. He also offers workshops and collaborates with local businesses to bring traditional letterpress printing into the community.