The creative minds at Syntax Records have come together in full force to create a five song EP entitled “Syntax Records is Justified”
inspired by the FX show Justified. With the premiere of the show’s second season premiering tonight at 10 p.m., Syntax is offering the EP as a free download.
“The two main ingredients of Justified are country-living and street
life which is what I know the least about” admittedly says Tim Trudeau,
President of Syntax Records, “However once we were in the studio we were
able to commandeer these fictitious characters and essentially let them
write these songs.”
Trudeau, who goes by alias rocdomz (pronounced rock-domes) when in
the studio, used his years of experience in production and songwriting
to lead an all-star lineup that included in-house producer and Syntax
Recording artist Shane Newville, member of Sackcloth Fashion, Sam Hart,
Syntax Records own Director of Customer Development, Jeremiah Bonds, and
of course brother of rocdomz, and Syntax Records co-founder, MaxOne.
The goal of this project was to create music that could be
synchronized in the show. “Writing from the perspective of someone else
throughout this whole project was a new endeavor for me, but the
experience was awesome, the chemistry in the studio was irreplaceable”
said Jeremiah Bonds, one of the project writers.
Justified is based on the works of crime novelist Elmore Leonard, including Leonard’s short story Fire in the Hole.
It follows fictional character Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens
getting tangled in the new criminal organizations moving into Harlan
County. Season two picks up with a cliffhanger after an epic gun battle.
Executive Producer: Timothy "rocdomz" TrudeauMixed & Mastered: Shane NewvilleWritten by: Steven "MaxOne" Trudeau, Timothy "rocdomz" Trudeau, Jeremiah Bonds, Sam Hart, Shane Newville & Sam HartPerformed by: MaxOne, Jeremiah Bonds & Sam Hart
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