We're first cab off the rank with an iconic piece of music history
Van Diemen's Band will step into the recording studio this week to work with an iconic piece of music history.
We are the first artists to record at Mona's brand-new Frying Pan Studios, which opened just this week.
We're laying down tracks for our "Where Everything is Music" album featuring Afghani/Persian artists Khaled Arman (rubab) and Siar Hashimi (tabla/percussion).
Frying Pan Studios features an iconic REDD.17 console, famously used to record and mix music at Abbey Road Studios. One of only four ever built, the console was used to mix several albums by The Beatles and supplied the special tape effects on their 1966 song Tomorrow Never Knows.
You can read more about the REDD.17 console and Frying Pan Studios here - and while the rest of our live performances of "Where Everything is Music" are sold out, you can catch our digital livestream on Australian Digital Concert Hall on Wednesday 1 March.
We'll be releasing the "Where Everything is Music" album later in 2023, so make sure you're signed up to our newsletter for updates!