Attic Attack Recording

Unit 5B, Oatley Trading Centre, Seymour Road, Kingswood, Bristol BS15 1SD

tel: 0117 961 2360

mobile: 07913 540 549

email: info@attic-attack.com

The copyright of all audio clips on this site belongs to the recording artists

Here is a selection of tracks recorded at Attic Attack

Silk Machine is the songwriting production team of Pete Rowley, Steve Carnovale, Corisande Evans and Nicole Thomas. Exit Plan was recorded and produced at Attic Attack by Pete and is signed to a UK publisher.

Exit Plan - Silk Machine
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Bristol band Moody Will And The Roll have worked with Attic Attack a couple of times, bringing their classy country/rock sound. Bridge Valley Road is taken from the Cathy EP.

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Bridge Valley Road - Moody Will & The Roll
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Playing classic reggae, Dappa Don & The Playaz recorded their album May There Come A Time at Attic Attack, from which this track, One Lover is taken.

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One Lover - Dappa Don & The Playaz
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The Worried Men are a hard gigging Blues/Rock trio who have recorded many times at Attic Attack. The track here is Triton, written by frontman Jamie Thyer and featured on the Dominator album.

 

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Triton - The Worried Men
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One of the several Jazz albums recorded by Attic Attack is Mode Swings by the Dave Buxton Trio, from which Jazzle is the opening track. Pianist Dave Buxton reunited the rhythm section that had backed Andy Sheppard in his early years, with Pete Maxfield on double bass and Simon Gore on drums.

Jazzle - Dave Buxton Trio
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Singer/songwriter Dan 'Francisco' Russell came in to record his double CD Fall Off The End Of The World. Having done all the arrangements, recorded, mixed and produced the album, Pete was given c0-credit.

California Dream - Dan Russell & Pete Rowley
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Cauda Pavonis are the dark romantic Goth band from Bristol, combining the soaring and powerful voice of Su Wainwright, driving tribal drumming of Dave Wainwright and crashing guitar work of Chris Hines. They combine live instruments with sequenced synth parts. Dust To Dust is taken from their album Wars and Masquerades.

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Dust To Dust - Cauda Pavonis
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Based in Bristol, De La Nada play original compositions inspired by archaeological and ethnographical sources. They draw from folk and jazz traditions to create a beautiful, unique, and deeply emotional experience. Goddess Of Orchards comes from their EP Song Of Songs.

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Goddess Of Orchards - De La Nada
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Red Notes Choir is a Bristol based socialist choir which campaigns for peace, justice, freedom and internationalism. Attic Attack recorded them live at the Blakehay Theatre in Weston-super-Mare and the track Oh! Freedom features on their Live CD.

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Oh Freedom - Red Notes Choir
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Anthony Head, is well known for roles in Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Merlin, Little Britain, the Nescafe ads and many more. He has recorded two audio books at Attic Attack and this is a short clip from the second of those, Agent Zigzag by Ben Macintyre, the true wartime story of double agent, Eddie Chapman.

Thanks to Orion Audio (www.orionbooks.co.uk), a division of The Orion Publishing Group, London for permission to use this clip. The audio book is available at Audible.

Agent Zigzag - Orion Books
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