Urchin Studios are the East London recording studios that likes to do things differently – run by musicians, for musicians.
The recording studios were 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’ recording studios.
Where Musicians Go to Make Music
Since its inception in 2007, Urchin has grown from a largely unknown project studio in Limehouse, East London to one of the UK’s top professional music recording destinations, revered throughout the music industry.
The recording studios have housed projects by artists from all over the world, including FKA Twigs, Bon Iver, Flume, Emile Sande, Django Django, Lucy Rose, Lianne La Havas, Bloc Party, Laura Marling, Thurston Moore, Tom Odell, The Staves, Florence and the Machine, Slaves, Ghostpoet and hundreds more…
What a fantastic year making music with wonderful musicians and composers from all around the world. To each and every one of our clients, from Japan to the USA to Norway to... Brighton a Happy New year to one and all! 🥂#happynewyear2017
We've had such a busy December that we haven't been able to organise a Christmas Party this year, as studio A's been completely booked up! But here's a shot from last year so you can all re-run the fun! 🥂
In this week's edition of #pimpmystudio we've added some serious upgrades to our Studio A Mac Pro including Pro Tools HDX, an SSD drive and USB3 card. All of this keeps us up to date with the latest tech and our system running faster than a Kirk Hammett guitar solo.