Recording at Foel Studios

Hello,

On Friday 13th May (eerie sounds) we are travelling to Wales to start recording at the legendary Foel Studio. We're hoping to come out with 3 tracks ready for summer release. Excitement is high and it's going to sound immense because it's Foel!

Ran by ex-Hawkwind bassist Dave Anderson and pro-engineer Thomas Wild, it's been home to The Stranglers, James, The Klaxons and Paul Rogers. Here's some info:

Foel Studio is a UK based residential recording studio running both Pro Tools HD3 and the best of classic analogue gear. We are located in the idyllic Welsh countryside, about 15 miles from the Mid-Wales Border town of Welshpool. Situated on the side of a beautiful secluded valley and comprise of the recording studio itself and two residential cottages. 

Established in 1974, it has progressed from humble 8-track beginnings to the current combination of classic analogue equipment and a state of the art digital ProTools HD3 Accel system. 

Due to a combination of the studio's unique recording history, beautiful residential location and aesthetics, clients are provided with a relaxed, thoughtful and creative atmosphere to work in. Built by musicians, for musicians.

www.foelstudio.co.uk

Check back soon for the music, photos and videos from the recording session!

Thanks,

Rick

 

Yes Man Jellyfish Band

Yes Man Jellyfish, 7 Upper Perry Hill, Bristol, , BS3 1NH

All it takes is an idea but sometimes this idea takes time. Then such an idea cannot wait any longer… Can we play dance music completely live?

Yes Man Jellyfish is a brainchild that has finally come into being. Immersed in dance culture, it becomes natural to dissect the sound... To emulate the breaks and hooks that create such swelling pulses. After years of playing in rock, pop and jazz bands, live dance music is a natural step.

Bristol’s stable of musicians provided the perfect melting pot to form this unique band.Drummer Richard Entwistle and bassist Jim Brooke first began experimenting in 2015. This resulted in a colossal amount of electronic and acoustic instruments. It was soon realised that vibrant piano rhythms were crucial. So multi-instrumentalist Louise Schwarz joined on keys. Vocalist Abbey May fused the core line up, creating a powerful sound. Guitarist Tim Hearn then added his distinctive tone.

Yes Man Jellyfish write and play dance music, completely live.