Tape London x PMC Openhouse

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Old friends - and plenty of new ones – joined us at Tape London on Wednesday for a superb party to mark the opening of Tape’s newly revamped recording studio – the first in the UK to be kitted out with PMC QB1 XBDA monitors.

We were especially pleased to welcome singer/songwriter Ella Eyre; singer Dakota; producer Alan Winstanley, winner of this year’s MPG Outstanding Contribution to UK Music Award; actress Wallis Day; bass player Dave Swift, a long-term member of Jools Holland’s band; MPG Executive Board members Andrew Hunt and Cameron Craig, mastering supremo Crispin Murray and models Jada Sezar and Isaac Carew.

One of the newest - and coolest - private member’s clubs in the UK, Tape attracts an elite, global crowd, which has included the likes of Will.I.Am, Justin Bieber, Mick Jagger, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, Lewis Hamilton and many others. Tape also regularly hosts performances by some of the biggest artists in the world, including Lady Gaga, Drake, Rudimental, P Diddy, The Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa, John Legend and Travis Scott.

Described by Tape’s Studio Director and producer Heff Moraes as the ‘very best speakers on the market’, PMC’s QB1 XBDA monitors went down a storm with party guests who packed the control room all evening to hear them first hand. Tape has also installed PMC BB6 monitors in its private members lounge – a genius decision as these powerful, accurate speakers perfectly complement the sleek look and vibe of the bar, which is soaked in music heritage with careful curated artwork and memorabilia adorning its walls.

As the evening progressed and the food and drink flowed, PMC and Tape guests also enjoyed live music from Sinead Harnett, who showcased tracks from her latest album, Body.

A massive thank you to everyone who came along to help PMC and Tape celebrate. It was a great evening and a fantastic way to mark the opening of such a fabulous new studio.