Happy birthday Frying Pan Studios!

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Happy birthday Frying Pan Studios!

Frying Pan Studios
Words by Mixdown staff

Situated at the end of the weaving corridors and tunnels of the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona), Frying Pan Studios is intertwined with the artwork that surrounds it.

With waterfront views and a private garden, Frying Pan Studios is a purpose-built addition to Mona represents a musical progression to the museum’s many creative pursuits.

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The studio is soon to play host and home to some of the artists performing as part of Mona Foma in February. Paul Kelly, Little Ugly Girls, Debashish Bhattacharaya, Darren Hanlon, artists from the Music in Exile label (and many more) will record in the studio over the festival period, and Dusted—a side project from Canadian dance act Holy Fuck—will open their session to visitors for a special live performance.

It has been one year since Frying Pan opened its doors. From the local Lutruwita scene to the global stage, the studio’s reputation has already attracted numerous artists seeking musical innovation and excellence. Spearheaded by Head Producer and Engineer Chris Townend and his wealth of expertise, Frying Pan has welcomed artists from all walks of life and embraced their wildly differing creative visions.

With clients ranging from accomplished composer and musician Lee Ranaldo, electronic composer Corin, Brisbane rock legends Custard, singer-songwriter Sarah Mary Chadwick, Australian rapper Tasman Keith, post-gospel jazz group Desire Marea, to Californian folk/blues icon M.Ward, the team at Frying Pan adapt their expertise to generate the best possible creative output for every artist regardless of genre, experience, or calibre.

Subsequent recommendations and testimonials have established Frying Pan Studios as a go-to destination for musicians seeking an outstanding recording environment.

Keep reading (or book some time!) at Frying Pan Studios here.