The small independent rock label operates from a historic two-story house in Haymount.
The night before, members of the whiskered hard rock band the Gray had rehearsed new material for an anticipated album.
On this Thursday evening, new vocals were being laid on previously recorded tracks by Fayetteville rockers Bones Fork and The Fifth.
Jason Fisher sat at the helm of the in-house recording equipment, while Rob Dufresne of BoneS Fork and Roy Cathey of The Fifth were miked for singing after first loosening up with a beer or two.
Those who travel up and down Hay Street might never know that a record label and recording studio operate from the first floor of one of the storied Greek revival/Victorian homes that hug the road and help make Haymount such a unique part of this old Southern military city.