ST PANCRAS OLD CHURCH
Incredible church in the heart of Kings Cross
St. Pancras Old Church traces it’s history at least as far back as the Norman Conquest.
St Pancras Old Church first claimed its own little slice of rock n roll history in 1968 when the grounds and courtyard were used by The Beatles for a photo shoot on their 'Mad Day Out'. More recently, the church was set up as a music venue in 2011 and quickly became one of the most popular venues on the London circuit, establishing itself as the foremost venue for new artist's to launch EP's, albums and to host industry showcase performances.
Behringer X32 Producer desk
3 x Audio Technica AT8033 Cardioid Condenser Microphone
3 x Sennheiser E818S
2 x Shure SM58
2 x Shure Beta58
1 x Shure SM57
Drum Kit mics Studiospares (2 dynamic, 2 condensor, 1 kick drum) 1 x Rode Nt1A
2 x DPA violin & Cello mics
Danemann upright Piano
*More upon request*
Recordings at St Pancras Old Church are unique due to the brilliant acoustic nature of the room. Although not setup like a standard studio - St Pancras makes for an incredible live room for recordings.
Technical manager Alex Carson has taken the reigns at St Pancras for the last 2 and a half years and worked with a number of up and coming artists for live recordings as well as arrangement and production.
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Alongside the very best emerging new music the church has welcomed its fair share of more established and celebrated artists including Sinead O Connor, Laura Marling, Brian Eno, Ron Sexsmith, Jason Mraz, Damien Jurado, Newton Faulkner, PJ Harvey, Billy Bragg, and Simone Felice. It also hosted early shows from the likes of Daughter, Tom Odell, Ethan Johns, Lucy Rose, Sam Smith and Agnes Obel who have subsequently gone on to break through and make names for themselves in the UK and farther afield.
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