Independent label Debt Records shatters the silence of Manchester Central Library with a one-off recording session… and everyone is invited.
The beautiful Henry Watson Music Room will be converted into an informal studio space where people can watch (and contribute to) the recording of a specially commissioned song written by Louis Barabbas and Felix Hagan, arranged and performed on the day by members of the label roster plus special guests.
Attendees will see how a modern record is put together – from set-up and orchestration to tracking and post-production – all in the space of two hours. Label staff will also be on hand to answer questions for anyone interested in the music industry.
All ages are welcome: either come for the full session or just drop in (and out) whenever it suits you. The completed song will be available free to all attendees at the end of the day.
This event takes place between 17:30-19:30 on Thursday 14th May and is part of Manchester After Hours. Entry is FREE.