Cato Music take on Radial
Cato Music is an energetic, well-established, solid & highly experienced tour production company based in South West London. Founded in 2001, Cato Music has spent the last 16 years catering for the rental, rehearsal, transport and storage needs of production and tour managers and crew. Home to three busy band rehearsal studios that welcome a diverse range of clients, from Little Mix to Metallica, Cato Music has recently opened The Mill, a 429sqm production rehearsal facility in Wimbledon which can accommodate anything from a band to a full orchestra, film crew or fashion shoot.
Glade at Glastonbury
The Glade Area at Glastonbury Festival has become known as the destination for all those who love alternative underground dance music, leftfield and experimental sounds, dub and reggae. Originally spawned from the Avalon Field back in the late 1990's and expanding into its own stand-alone festival at one point, situated right in the centre of the festival among a small triangle of poplar trees and mature woodland tucked below the embankment, lies the Glade Area. As well playing host to the Glade Stage, there is the Spaceport Stage, Glade Lounge, Lovebullets Stage and The Spike, an enchanted space by the Glade Cafe that’s effectively a sound system in the trees.
St Anne of Few Cables
The Church of St Anne in Aigburth, Liverpool dates back to 1837 and is a National Heritage Grade II Listed building. Built to offer Christian worship for the occupants of the 'large houses' built at the time in the area, as well as local farm-workers, St Anne's congregation grew quickly and additions to the building followed in 1853 and 1913. Still a growing church, St Anne's sits at the heart of its community offering not only a contemporary place of worship but also a space for a wide range of activities and musical performances. Modern day churches are often multi-purpose venues that require the best in AV provision - where new-builds can take this into account during the design process, listed Victorian buildings regularly present all manner of interesting challenges.
Melomania gets the Mackie Treatment
Audio equipment manufacturers Cambridge Audio established in 1968, recently transformed the ground floor of their HQ into an exciting new venue space, named Melomania. This space was designed for private events and caters for up to 200 guests and has already captured the attention and imagination of some influential music business hitters, none bigger than Warner Music, who chose the venue for the launch and first official listening session of David Bowie's unreleased 1974 album 'The Gouster'.
Jordan Honsinger uses Radial for stage and studio
It’s been a big year for Cold Creek County. They released the Homemade EP, made the front cover of Canadian Musician magazine, and were nominated for 2017 Group Of The Year at the Juno Awards and the CCMA Awards. Perhaps most triumphant of all, their multi-instrumentalist Jordan Honsinger has been added to Radial’s Tonebone artist roster.