A KEIGHLEY recording studio is making music globally – despite the pandemic.

Lockdown arrived less than a year after Corner House Recording Studio opened its doors.

But the studio has been busy working via the internet with bands and musicians not only in the UK, but as far afield as New Zealand, the USA, Russia, Austria and Africa.

It has worked with performers including Moscow-based Koala Kamaji, Admiral Drowsy from Lyttelton in New Zealand and Cardiff’s Bogans, plus Ripcord Records in Scotland. And it has completed the mastering of a tribute album to Fugazi.

Studio owner, Kurt Wood, said it had been hugely busy. He added: “As well as recording albums, EPs and singles for record labels, we have also worked on audio for national film projects as well a worldwide social media campaign with sports brand Asics.”

The studio, part of the ‘Corner House Collective’ in Russell Street, is open again for sessions in person.Visit cornerhouserecordingstudio.com or email info@cornerhouserecordingstudio.com.