New Album Underway

Doctor Pizza’s last album was done entirely by Elliott and myself, Steve, with the help of friends and session players in “the basement.” While this was a fun experience that allowed us to learn a lot, we both felt it would be best to take the next album somewhere with an engineer that could help us with workflow and allow us to focus more on the music.

We went to High Bias Recordings in Detroit on March 31 through April 2nd to set up and get as much of our music recorded as possible. It was a mix of songs we’ve been playing, ideas that were shaped into songs on the fly, and even a little improv.

After giving the reference tracks some listens, we went back to the studio this past weekend to do some overdubs, edits, and light mixing. It is getting closer to the point where Chris Koltay, owner of High Bias Recordings, can do his mixing and production tricks to gives us that special treatment that we do not have the capacity to do on our own.

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Band Update

We’ve all been busy with work and life. One of us is a new father. However, we are still exploring outer space in our spare moments. Looking forward to sharing it with you in 2017…

In the studio…

Hello, internet. Doctor Pizza rang in the New Year by hunkering down in the studio for a couple of days with a lot of fun toys. No new album anytime soon, but there are many ideas a-brewin’! Our friend Ryan came by to capture some of the studio ambiance, and here are some of his pictures. We hope everyone had a safe new year’s eve and didn’t appear in any regrettable photos. Just kidding, we saw ’em before they were taken down. Good luck living that one down, and no, we don’t have any stain remover.

Peace, love, and pizza,


The three of us have begun to write new material. Look out for a fresh tune at our upcoming shows.

Doctor Pizza (album)

The creation of this album was quite an experience for us.  It’s great to finally have a deliverable medium of the album as opposed to just sending out Soundcloud and Bandcamp links. We have heard several people request it on vinyl (which would be an 8 month wait at best according to most local record stores) and people saying they don’t buy CDs anymore.  I feel this album works well on CD because it can be a great one for driving. Get yourself a copy and throw it in your car’s CD player during your next long commute….let us know how it works out for you!