Here’s What An Album Written And Recorded In 10 Hours Sounds Like

People have slaved over their debut albums for as long as albums have been around. It’s a precious, personal art form that deserves great attention to detail and an air of respect for the material. So that’s why the internet’s favorite musicians Rob Scallon and Andrew Huang wrote and recorded one in 10 hours!

The album, Ten Hours, was written and recorded at Uptown Recording in a single, 10-hour session. Now, you might be thinking to yourself “Yeah, but does it actually sound good?”. The answer might surprise you. While Rob and Andrew admit that some of the songs are a little silly, there’s actually a lot of pretty awesome material here, and you can 100% tell that the dudes had a blast making it.

You can listen to Ten Hours on Spotify, iTunes, and Google Play, and check out the entire stream below on Andrew’s channel. Also, if you haven’t already, you’re gonna want to subscribe to both Rob and Andrew on YouTube. Who knows, maybe next they’ll record a 10-hour opera.

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Senior Editor at Gear Gods who studied Recording Technology at UW Oshkosh. Just trying to figure this whole music thing out, honestly.