Here Comes the Sun Sessions
We got involved in the Rising Sun Arts Centres brilliant – ’Here Comes the Sun’ festival this august and offered free recordings. The Catch? No rehearsal, what you see is first take, live as it happens recordings. Umair and Graeme did the recording honours whilst Darren and James of DefKidMusic cobbled together a couple of old tape cams and some iPhone footage for the videos. Some lovely pop shield in the face performances follow, enjoy. Read more
Silver Street Studios have teamed up with Producer Bobby Bloomfield who has agreed to free up a day of his busy schedule to offer a day recording in our studio for free. Read more
We’re lucky to have Producer Bobby Bloomfield working from our studio and so we pinned him down for an exclusive chat. Read on our for Bobby Bloomfield Interview Read more
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To coincide with the Rising Suns Arts Centres’ annual music Festival Here Comes the Sun we will be opening the recording studio doors for anyone to record their song acoustically for free. Read more
This weekend we’ve had two bands in the studio recording drums to takeaway. The first band Kill Murray are an Oxford Supergroup featuring Gus Rogers (Dial F For Frankenstein), Aaron Delgado (Phantom Theory), Scott McGregor (Dial F for Frankenstein) and Chris Hutchinson (50ft Panda). With Umair Chaudhry at the controls, they recorded the drums for their EP to be released later this month. Read more
We caught up with producer Umair Chaudhry to discuss his working style and recent projects
Los Angeles’ surf/garage band ‘Best Coast’ popped in this week to record the vocals to their upcoming single – ‘In Your sleep’ Read more
This is meant to be tongue-in-cheek. Due to building and security constraints and maybe bad design, at the rear of the studio there are two doors which open in towards each other. People often get caught up getting out and so I’ve cracked open Google Docs to draw a ‘How to escape the studio ‘ plan.
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Does It Offend You , Yeah? recorded much of their second album in a 10 month ‘incarceration’ at Silver Street Studios.