POSTED ON – 02.02.10
SSR welcomes Delphic
SSR has always been at the heart of Manchester’s music scene, so it was great to welcome Manchester’s most talked about new band, Delphic, to our studios.
Featuring on BBC Radio 1’s ‘Sound of 2010’ list and countless blogs, websites and magazines, the band are hotly tipped as ones to watch this year.
Delphic recorded an interview here at SSR for Mike Joyce’s (The Smiths) radio show. Having pre-recorded a Dj mix for the programme, the boys were interviewed about their song choices and also answered questions on their album and touring plans.
SSR graduate and freelance sound engineer James Trott was asked to record the interview:“It was great getting the chance to meet Delphic, they seem like great lads and the interview went well so I was really happy with the way it turned out. There are some more interviews and sessions with various bands lined up so it’s been great experience for the future.”/p>
Delphic have also previously worked with some of SSR’s tutors, including Daniel Parrott, who recorded their now-infamous Channel M music session, and audio tutor Alan Wrench who recorded an album with the band when they were know as ‘Snowfight in the City Centre’.
Having recently released their debut album to much critical acclaim and setting off on a nationwide tour, 2010 is looking very bright for the local lads.
SSR Principal Ian Hu:
“SSR’s industry links extend to all parts of the Music business so working with Manchester’s leading musicians is a regular experience for our students. This is one of the many reasons why SSR is the only place to be for music education.”
Having recently released their debut album to much critical acclaim and setting off on a nationwide tour, 2010 is looking very bright for the local lads and, as always, for SSR students.