The band which comprises of Matt Jones, Gemma Lawler, Adam Harris and Amie Chatterley have announced that they will be opening CapsaArx Studios, a recording and rehearsing complex in Kings Norton, South Birmingham. The complex, formally known as Carbon Studios, features rehearsal rooms, band lockups and a professional digital recording suite, as well as already being the home to Birmingham Rockschool, the music school owned by Gemma.
Vocalist Gemma says “It’s something we’ve dreamed about as a band for so long. We all have plenty of experience and formal training in music business and studio engineering and now we get to put that to use! It doesn’t hurt that we will have our own studio for Dakesis material either, in fact I think this will significantly hurry up the writing and recording process for us!” CapsaArx has already become an established name on the Midlands’ music scene, with a blossoming label and success as live music promoters of a number of UK tours, and most notably the sold-out ‘Power Metal Quest Fest 2017’. Amie says “We’ve got so much to offer on the business side of the music industry, and are in a position now to offer bands everything they need to kick-start their career. We can record your album, create the artwork and promotional material and music videos to go with it, we can book your tour, give you somewhere to rehearse for it and then develop a PR and marketing strategy to get it out to the people. Everything the four of us have learned in over 10 years in the music business under one roof.”
CapsaArx rehearsal studios opens for their first customers on Monday 22nd May, with recording facilities soon to follow after refurb in mid June, and business is already booming even before the official public opening with the on-site studio lock-ups fully booked and rehearsal slots in the live room already at limited availability. For more information, or to book a rehearsal slot head to www.capsaarx.com or email email@example.com