MJM Recording Studio

Lancashire based professional recording studio

Into The Black – new tunes

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Phil, Ste, Miles and Chris put the parts down for 2 new songs today, the session went really well, the lads were really well rehearsed and as tight as i’ve ever heard them, once again Ste and Miles sharing drumming duties seamlessly and Chris and Phil unleashing energy driven riffs..updates to follow.


The Shade – album almost completed.

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Just finished the latest batch of tracks (now 10 in total)

This track ‘Did you chase the world away’ shows a different side to the band, who continue to grow along with their live following.

(3rd Dec) The band have now recorded the final two tracks to complete the album…The album should be finished this week…Sounding great!


India Mill record new album.

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It’s been a while since they were here last, but i’m really excited to be starting a new album with the guys…watch this space.

The first sessions went really well..13 new tracks to work on and the boys are inspired!


Back working on the album after a short break (the small matter of Alistair getting married)..in the meantime here’s a classic India Mill track to keep you going….

Welcome to MJM Recording

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MJM Studio

MJM recording studio is located in Oswaldtwistle Lancashire, and is based around a Pro Tools  system with lots of great outboard gear and instruments, the studio is a relaxed and creative environment which caters for everything for bands/singer songwriters etc.

The hourly rate for the studio includes the use of an engineer, and if necessary arranger, producer,  programmer, musician, and also the many instruments available at MJM, please call/email for rates.

A mobile/location recording service is also available; bands, choirs, soloists, any type of live event can now be recorded for you and mixed back at MJM, call or email for details.

“…a very professional setup and I think illustrates the fact that leather settees, polished floors and pool tables don’t make great records, great teams do.”
Alistair Smith, India Mill