We’ve been working with Croftwerk to create SoundON, a weekly release of a session recording with some of the freshest up and coming artists across the region.
Recorded at The Met and audio engineered at our Edwin Street studio in association with Croftwerk, each collaboration leads to something unique.
SoundON is a visual feast that combines broadcast quality live sound, giving emerging artists a high end performance experience, and a great Friday treat for audiences.
So far, we’ve released the following recordings every Friday:
12 Mar – Euphoric indie band Foxglove
19 Mar – Rory Wynne and his band
26 Mar – Poet and Hip Hop artist J. Chambers
2 Apr – Jess Kemp’s Acoustic Session
9 Apr – Reading indie rockers St Peter’s Dream
23 Apr – Indie Pop Hull 5-piece Fever
30 Apr – Liam Frost and The Slowdown Family’s nostalgic return
7 May – Yorkshire Post-Punk Quartet LUMER
On Friday 19th March, episode 002 featuring Rory Wynne and his band was released, watch it below.
On Friday 26th March, episode 003 featured Manchester poet and hip-hop artist J Chambers, watch it below.
Jess Kemp became the first to take on an Acoustic version of SoundON on Friday 2nd April, watch it below.
St Peter’s Dream brought their Reading Indie/Rock roots with them on Friday 9th April, watch it below.
Hull Indie Pop 5-piece signed to Very Clever Records brought their A-game on Friday 23rd April, watch it below.
Manchester’s Liam Frost reunited with The Slowdown Family to bring an exclusive revisit to the album ‘Show Me How The Spectres Dance for its 15th anniversary on 30th April.
Yorkshire’s LUMER gave it all in this poetic, energetic and raw session of Post-Punk brilliance, joined by actor Hannah Ogden on May 7th.