Live performances from your favourite artists


Richard Perso

Richard Perso is another member of the rapidly growing acoustic/electric guitar folk scene in Australia. Richard arrived to record 4 songs, for this he arrived with a van FULL of equipment. 3 guitars, 3 didgeridoos, a pedalboard, an amp, stompbox and tambourine provided Richard a massive opportunity to make one hell of a rich sound. Add into the list of equipment Richard’s massive voice and you have the 4 videos below.

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The Return of Shaun Kirk

At Main Street Studios we take great pride in our work to ensure the artist is as happy as possible with the product they take home. Clearly we’ve been doing something right as Shaun Kirk returned for his 2nd visit to Main Street Studios for another Main Street Session.

Shaun was last in the studio in March 2010 and now 18 months later his sound has developed; as has his progress in pushing the boundaries of the singer-songwriter/one-man band genre.

Bringing with him this time his same old trusty Cole Clark and stomp boxes as last time, Shaun also brought with him enough electronic drum components to make some 1980s’ pop bands blush. In a few short hours Shaun laid down a few tracks which we are glad to share with you here.

Shaun’s debut album is now out.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Main Street Sessions proudly present Shaun Kirk (again)

Shaun Kirk – Thank You For Giving Me The Blues from Relative Silence on Vimeo.

Shaun Kirk – Going Back to the City – Main Street Session from Relative Silence on Vimeo.

Shaun Kirk – Chicken & Corn – Main Street Sessions from Relative Silence on Vimeo.

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Over-Reactor Vs Main Street Studios

On the 12th of May 2011, Over-reactor were scheduled to play a gig in Wollongong, NSW, Australia. At late notice the gig was canceled so the Main Street Studios crew decided to invite some of their mates over and have the band in the studio.

“The Energy” is the result of a 14 hour impromptu collaboration between Over-Reactor and a selection of Wollongong musicians who saw a post on Facebook and thought “beer and music, why not?”.
There were members of Mind At Large, Common Grounds, Free Agent Crew among others…

Written and recorded in 14 hours, the days events were filmed. This video clip is actual footage of the genesis and recording of the song.

Over-reactor vs Main Street Studios – The Energy from Relative Silence on Vimeo.

Over-Reactor Vs Main Street Studios