Eastcote Studios, an independent music recording facility, has announced the opening of a new Dolby Atmos mix room named Eastcote Mastering in the West London studio complex, which will aim to champion emerging as well as established artists.
Situated at the north end of Ladbroke Grove and founded in 1980 by Chaz Jankel from Ian Dury & The Blockheads and music engineer Philip Bagenal, Eastcote became one of the most important and influential of London music studios.
It is where Massive Attack recorded their seminal first album, Blue Lines, and where artists such as Depeche Mode, Adele, Arctic Monkeys and Kaiser Chiefs have also created some of their greatest albums.
The studio is now owned by Martin Terefe, an acclaimed music producer, musician and songwriter and member of the multi-disciplinary art collective Apparatjik.
Terefe has produced Grammy, Brit and Juno award-winning albums, and worked with artists such as A-ha, Jason Mraz, Cat Stevens, Shawn Mendes and most recently Yungblud.