Sea Monsters have built a reputation by playing music for the right reasons. Lead by roots-punk rocker Christian McNeill and using his songs for ammunition, the band consistently features the best singer/songwriters and players to grace the music community in Boston and Cambridge, MA. What started as an "anything goes" acoustic forum for a group of songwriters to work on each other's creations has evolved into Boston's most electric live actusually eight-strong on any given night and always welcoming guest musicians. As a result, Sea Monsters have steadily won over a following and built a loyal community, all without the help of modern promotional tools. No website. No Facebook page. No Myspace or Twitter account. Just word of mouth and most importantly, the positive energy that comes from an honest-night's live experience. There's no faking it here. Just songs. Having recently closed the books on their Boston Music Awardwinning three-year Sunday residency at Precincta cool, dimly lit spot that used to be the headquarters of the Somerville police stationthe band has taken to the legendary Q Division Studios to capture the vibe. This is the same room that local greats like Morphine, Aimee Mann, Peter Wolf, Dropkick Murphy's, and the Pixies have all used to make their bread. About the Q-Dee Rock and Soul series: Boston's 25-year-old Q Division Studios invite classic live performers in to use their vintage analog gear where they produce new singles recalling the days when record labels were synonymous with the studios that housed them. These singles are released as limited run vinyl 45 and digital.