Content tagged with 'Society of Sound'

Solan Goose production notes – Erland Cooper

Erland Cooper, the Society of Sound artist for February, gives us an in-depth and personal insight into the creation of his new album Solan Goose, which is available to download… Read more

How we made Stornoway’s farewell live album – Society of Sound

The current release on Society of Sound captures a very special moment in time: the final ever gig by the band Stornoway. After a hugely successful ten years together Stornoway… Read more

Society of Sound: Mammal Hands production notes

Society of Sound’s November act Mammal Hands hark from the remote English town of Norwich, but their sound, style and energy suggests something wholly different. The band’s engineer George Atkins… Read more

Playlist: Blue Lab Beats

The Blue Lab Beats album Xover is the Society of Sound release for October. It’s an album that reflects it’s creators, London-based duo NK-OK and Mr DM, shared love of… Read more

Loney dear: Emil Svanängen playlist

Loney dear’s performance at the Bowers & Wilkins Sound System stage at WOMAD 2017 was a stunning display full of electronic wonder, captivating vocals and consummate songwriting. But where does… Read more

Recipe for music by Speech Debelle

One of the highlights of the Sound System 17 stage at the WOMAD Festival this summer was seeing Speech Debelle perform tracks from her third album tantil before i breathe.… Read more

What Lies Beneath

Francesca Bono of Ofeliadorme, the Society of Sound artists for May, explores the inspiration behind their new album Secret Fires alongside a track-by-track commentary. Since the beginning we have passionately… Read more

Production Notes by Tom Hickox

Tom Hickox, whose new album Monsters in the Deep is the Society of Sound release for April, gives us an insight into the making of the record. His blog not… Read more

The making of Dragonz, by The Apples.

The Apples new album Dragonz is the Society of Sound release for March. Though containing disparate influences, guests and production methods, Dragonz is undeniably The Apples and is possibly their… Read more