The Cali Acoustic Sessions EP is a live studio recording of 4 new acoustic tracks that will be released off the new Cali Conscious album in 2016. All of the songs were written by Justin Ratowsky and Dig Gbye of Cali Conscious and recorded at 17th Street Recordings Studios in Newport Beach, California. This live performance recording captures the raw energy of the acoustic beach vibe trio that has performed all over Orange County Live Music Venues, California Music Festivals, Bars, Restaurants and Night Clubs.
"We wanted to get the new material out in the world to start gaining some momentum for the release of our upcoming full band album," says guitarist and vocalist Justin Ratowsky. "We often play mellow acoustic sets and we thought it would be rad to record the songs in their natural element and give away the laid back versions of a few of the songs to help spread the word about Cali Conscious and to gain some more Conscious Tribe members for the release of the new album. We have added a horn section, drums, and keys to the full band versions and we are very happy how the quality and the arrangements of the songs are turning out! We just created a subscription on CaliConscious.Bandcamp.com where we will be creating and releasing new exclusive content regularly every month to our most loyal supporters. We are also partnering with a couple of humanitarian organizations, releasing a crowdfunding campaign to pre-release the album and donating a portion of the sales back to these awesome groups helping to uplift the global community. We can't wait to share the new music with all of our friends, family and fans and to continue to use our passion and our gifts to make a positive difference in the world."
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