Urchin Studios is the recording studio that likes to do things differently - run by musicians, for musicians.
The recording studio was designed and built by recording engineer-producers Matt Ingram and Dan Cox as a space specifically geared towards the demands of a modern 21st Century recording session, yet retaining the aesthetic and feel of the archetypal 'classic' studio.
Drawing on their experiences of recording (and in many cases touring) with artists such as Lianne La Havas, Laura Marling, Tom Odell, Fyfe Dangerfield, Thurston Moore and many others, Matt and Dan have been able to craft a studio that returns the focus of making recording to the musicians making the music. Natural light, excellent sight lines and comfortable surroundings we have. Dry, uptight recording engineers we do not.
Every recording session is unique, and Urchin Studios understands this. There are no 'one-size fits all' approaches here. Each project is tailor made to the specific requirements of the artist and the song.
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Something I’ve noticed about travelling around the US and Australia recently is that I’m not a natural high-fiver. As a nation, we Brits tend not to go for it defaulting to the much less potentially hazardous handshake. The problem with the high five is there’s just too much that can go wrong. Perhaps it’s a lack of practice in the field, or perhaps it’s the fact that I have the hand/eye coordination of a newborn puppy*, but I’m just so very bad at it.