Mr Kowalsky begins “Surf Rock Reggae” sessions at Hurley Studios.
HURLEY the multinational surf brand has invited Mr. Kowalsky, a Costa Rican musician based in Boston, to record his new record “Surf Rock Reggae” at their studio in California.
The relationship between the artist and the company started in early 2014 when Hurley Costa Rica sponsored a tour that took Mr. Kowalsky to different stages in Costa Rica, Panamá, Nicaragua, México, United States, Germany and England.
Hurley Recordings is located at Hurley HQ in Costa Mesa, California. According with the brand the studio is the place to have fun and get inspired. The well-equipped space has played host to many young artists and groups, giving them a place to experiment with their sound, record and get excited. On top of up-and-coming acts, bands like Weezer, NOFX and Alkaline Trio have recorded parts or entire albums in the Hurley Studios.
The Costa Rican solo-artist will be joined at the studio by John DeCarlo (Westbound Train), Cameron Greenlee (Ex- Skatalites), Evan Rodaniche (Cage9), among others.
“I’m very excited about this great opportunity to work at Hurley recordings, some of the artists that influenced me pass through the studio, and I can feel that this adventure will take my music to another level and I’m getting ready for it. I’m grateful to Hurley International, and Rodrigo Beeche Hurley’s Rep in Costa Rica who helped bridge together all the parts.” —said the musician.
Mr.Kowalsky is in Los Angeles now ready to start the recordings this Monday 18th, 2015.