123 Studios, one of South London's top recording studios, has been set up by Producer/Engineer Brett Shaw (Florence and the Machine, Foals, Lady Gaga, Daughter, Clean Bandit), next to Peckham's Bussey Building in one of London's most exciting new creative developments. Only 15 minutes from the previous 123 Studios (Shoreditch High Street) on the Overground.
123 Studios is one of South London's finest recording facilities. Featuring an astoundingly accurate purpose-built natural light control room that houses a vintage SSL E series console and ATC scm50asl monitors. Next to the large live room, with high ceilings and booths, ideal for full band tracking.
Utilizing both vintage and modern gear with the opportunity to work with an inhouse Producer/Engineer, who has regular chart success, makes 123 one of the hottest studios around.
Production, recording, mixing and mastering are all available, so come to 123 to record your dream track!
Brett Shaw (Resident Producer, Engineer, Mixer) Has spent the start of 2017 out in LA recording the new Florence and the Machine album and is finishing it by recording with Foals at 123. Other recent work includes recording on Lady Gaga's No1 Billboard chart album- "Joanne" with Mark Ronson (Brett's fourth official No1 recording credit). Previously he has been engineering on Clean Bandit's track "Rather Be", which won Best Dance Recording at this years GRAMMY awards, as well as producing a track on Florence and the Machine's latest album 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful'- (Number 1 Deluxe Edition in the U.K, U.S and 20 countries worldwide). Clean Bandit's "Rather Be" went on to become the fasting selling single since "Spaceman" by Babylon Zoo in 1996 as well as receiving the most streams in a single week on Spotify ever! (1.09 Million, and 200 million youtube views). It was also voted 4th best song of 2014 on Billboard and won Best Contemporary Song and Most Performed Work at the 2015 Ivor Novello Awards
Here the sound of the studio here - https://soundcloud.com/brett-shaw-123
Artists recorded at 123 Studios include:- - Florence and the Machine (Island), Foals ( warner Brothers), Still Corners (Sub Pop), Babydaddy (Scissor Sisters), Aquilo, (Island), Hawk House (Virgin EMI), Saint Raymond (Asylum Records), Juce (Island), Alex Burey (Universal Publishing), Cosima (Island Records), Gabriel Bruce (Luv Luv Luv), Daughter (4AD), Swim Deep (Chess Club), Clean Bandit feat Jess Glynne (Atlantic), M.I.A (Interscope), Eliza Doolittle (EMI), Rita Ora (RocNation), Say Lou Lou (Sony), The Kooks (Virgin), Labrinth (Sony), Noisettes , Jamie T (Pacemaker), Dry The River (Sony), Splashh (Luv Luv Luv), Jack Bruce (Cream), Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan (the original Sugababes), Violet ( Luv Luv Luv ), Roisin Murphy (Moloko), Marcus Foster (Communion), Kyla La Grange (Chess Club/Sony), Shuga (Luv Luv Luv), Funeral Party (Sony Music), The Black Ghosts (Southern Fried), Wolfgang (Atlantic/Warners Records), Iggy Azalia (Island), Ghostpoet (Brownswood), Skepta and Ed Sheeran (Atlantic).
"I think that you have done a remarkable job Brett, you have definitely got the strong makings of two very good rooms...it's an inherently good room" Nick Whitaker acoustician (Abbey Road, The Red Room).
"Thanks again so much, the tracks sounded great. Ace tones from you and everything worked really well together. Drums sound ace. It all sounds ace. So happy." Ewan Peason, Producer (The Rapture, Gwen Stafani, Delphic)
"Thank you Brett, it sounds beautiful" Mark Ronson
"Hey dude. This sounds amazing! Really." Paul Banks (Interpol)
"Thank you sounds so great! Great mix xxx " Florence Welch
"It all sounds great! thanks for a fun session, I hope we can do it again soon." Leo Abrahams (Producer, Paulo Nutini, Brian Eno, David Byrne)