For the second year in a row, Paste teamed up with Sennheiser at the Newport Folk Festival to capture intimate recordings of some of our favorite artists. In 2012, we stepped it up a notch by providing wireless headphones to attendees, giving fans a glimpse into this unique experience.
When we met up with Graverobbers, singer James Maple’s guitar picking and echoing voice fit perfectly with the rustic atmosphere of the Rhode Island shore. Watch Maple perform a solo acoustic take of “Buried in Burgundy” live from the Paste Ruins at Newport Folk Fest.
Directed by Peter Lockhart, Produced by Max Blau, Edited by Bill Antonucci, Recorded and Mixed by Michael Saltsman, Camera Operators: Bill Antonucci, Brad Wagner, Max Blau, Peter Lockhart