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We are delighted to offer out new customers 15% off studio time for a whole year! Whether you are looking for a place to record your new album, record some voice over or shoot a music video. We can do it all for you. Tell us about your project
We are delighted to share with you the Jacket Sessions 2016 PLAYLIST. Last year, we launched Jacket Sessions in the hope of providing new and unique artists with a platform to grow their fanbase. We had 15 incredible artists do incredible performances with us and we’ve chosen the top 10 performances and are delighted to share[…]
It took KT Tunstall ten years to become an overnight success. It took Elbow ten years to get signed, then only made it big with their fourth album! I hope you’re ready for a long slog. Let’s talk about artistic longevity. Ready to Race Let’s compare an artist’s record release to a running race in the Olympics. Training Getting[…]
The hippie revolution of the 60’s. Punks and skinheads of the late 70’s. Hip-Hop renaissance in the 80’s. Ravers of the 90’s. The…err, well, that’s where subculture all ended really. The noughties were a time where somebody pushed the factory reset button on UK subculture. The result was a generation of young people shuffling about to Westlife,[…]
I would like to introduce another concept of mine which I called Ego VS Audience or EVA. Going back to our unsigned formula which I introduced at the very beginning of this guide. The concept of EVA deals in part with ‘self-confidence‘ variable. The idea is that your music is situated somewhere on a scale between[…]
Realistically, no one really has to pay for a piece of entertainment ever again. Need a film? Hop on a torrent site and download it! Swerve Netflix, because in reality, there’s only ever 3 good films on there. The rest are just crap movies you’d find on Channel 5 on a Tuesday night. The same sentiment goes[…]
This week I would like to describe modern music consumers. Your audience. The people you are dreaming will take the time to stop thinking about all of their life’s hopes and dreams, to listen to your little bit of creative work. When was the last time you did that? Stopped and listened. The whole album of an new[…]
What do people really want from live music these days? Is it to see their favourite artist in the flesh? Is it to sing along to the songs they love? Or has live music become more about the spectacle, than the artistry? July 11th 2014. Wembley Stadium. Eminem had just finished his first London set[…]