Previous client’s new website…

“The Breach”, who recorded with us back in February 2010, have finally finished their new album “Always, Always”. The album is available to buy via the band’s website as well as iTunes, Spotify and Amazon. The band recorded their drum tracks at Threecircles and finished the overdubs in their own time. The band also have some good pictures on their site of the recording sessions at Threecircles. More information can be found...

June Update…

We have had a very busy 6 months here @ Threecircles. Recession? What recession! Here’s the lowdown: The boys from TZAR were back, although this time they’re calling themselves “Echo Echo”. They came in for 2 days to record just one track, meaning that it all ended up sounding rather lovely! We then said hello to new band “In Too Deep” who recorded 6 songs over a period of a few days, as well as extra sessions for mixing and recalls. Sue Heath, the singer in In Too Deep like the studio so much she threatened to be back to record solo material…. January also saw an addition to Chris’ roster of production work with “Carli”, writing rock-tinged ballads. On to February and we were heavily involved with Newport Free Grammar School’s production of “Grease”. We provided the sound yet again for the show which was a huge success. This may be the last year we use the same radio microphones though due to the imminent digital switchover in 2012…February was also largely taken over by work in the Saffron Walden Town Hall, updating the PA system and installing new equipment. March rolled around far too soon, which saw us still up to our necks in the Town Hall PA system, as well as finding time for sing-star sessions and leasing the studio live room out to bands for practicing, as well as a welcome return from Gavin Greenaway from the Friends School in Saffron Walden with a student Jazz Band. April meant one thing for Ade: Travelling! He went around Europe with a backpack for 2 weeks, leaving...