The hotly-tipped Zulu Winter were recording their debut with Tom Morris in The Pool in December 2011. This is an extra special artist Q&A...
Zulu Winter interview.
Heathers were working with Max Dingle on their second album in The Pool in October 2011. They filled out our artist Q&A form before moving on to Assault & Battery 2 later that month.
Here's a brief insight into the world of expreimental indie band Race Horses, who were recording tracks for their debut album with Miloco engineer Matt Wiggins in The Pool in early 2011...
Race Horses interview.
Tribes describe the music they make as 'Boom-gnarly'. They did a customary Q&A during their session at The Garden with Jimmy Robertson.
Electric River specialise in "upbeat and 'dancey' tunes rooted firmly in punk". The London-based band were working with Joe Fields in The Garden and Engine Room.
Electric River interview.
|The Chapel Club
It was day 2 of The Chapel Club's debut album sessions. Time to talk Flaming Lips, Paul Epworth's cardigans and human cannonballs.
The Chapel Club interview.
|Kurran and the Wolfnotes
Kurran and the Wolfnotes emerged on the NME's Radar pages before heading to Miloco at the start of 2010 to record their second single...
An interview with Kurran and the Wolfnotes.
Peter Bond was mixing his debut solo album in The Engine Room and Musikbox. The album was the next offering in a string of works Peter has featured on as producer and performer, including his acclaimed collaboration with Liona Boyd. Peter Bond interview.
Alphabeat were making self-described 'pop with a capital P' in The Engine Room under the guidance of producer Mike Spencer back in October 2007. While there these Danish pop sensations kindly obliged to fill out one of Miloco's artist Q&A's. Alphabeat interview.
This Mancunian 4-piece headed to Miloco's SE1 HQ in January 2009. They swiftly progressed in the eyes of the UK music press into being one of the most forward thinking indie bands of recent years. Interview with Everything Everything
them:youth went straight into The Pool after we re-opened it in August '09, to churn out some "posh noize". Lasting impressions from the session came in the form of engineer Daniel Rejmer's jumper and beard and assistant Matt's never-ending flow of Ribena... them:youth interview
Stephen Fasano and Vito Deluca met in the latter's record shop in the French part of Belgium, united by a passion for psych-pop and uplifting electro. They came to The Engine Room to mix their debut album with engineer Oliver Wright. Interview with Aeroplane
Exit Calm's influences are bands such as The La's and Stone Roses. They specialise in big and brash vocal melodies and hefty walls of sound...
Exit Calm interview.
This delightful bumch of East-Midland indie rockers came to our Pool studio in December 2008. They arrived with engineer Richard Morris and recorded a couple of singles. Meet the guys...
Being recognised as the Best UK Alternative Act at 2008's Indy Awards was a promising start for West London alt-rockers, Suzerain. They were at Miloco throughout 2008 making their new album with Steve Lyon; a man who knows when to "shut them up". We would never dream of it... Suzerain interview
Manchester dance-rock outfit Delphic first visited us in The Toyshop in 2008 before spending some time at Fisher Lane the following year. It was in the former of the two studios where we got to know them a little better with this Q&A... Interview with Delphic
Kid British made their much-hyped debut in The Toyshop with producers Steve Dub and Segs in 2008/09. The resulting LP laid-claim to having one of the most popular summer sounds in Britain in 2009.
|Dark Room Notes
Here's a quick introduction to Dark Room Notes, who were making use of our Hoxton Square studio in August 2008 with Miloco's Catherine Marks.
Dark Room Notes Interview
Straight out of the "armpit of England, Essex" these fresh-sounding indie poppers were tracking a single with producer Dave Taylor in The Engine Room in July 2008... Meet Magistrates
|Jay Jay Pistolet
Calling many of the shots in 2008's who's who of folk, Jay Jay Pistolet nipped in for a summer weekend's recording in The Pool with engineer Mark Rankin... Interview with Jay Jay Pistolet
|In Case Of Fire
In Case of Fire rolled into The Pool with super-producer Gil Norton and engineer Mark Rankin in February 2008, before heading over to Wales to record their debut album.
In Case of Fire Interview
|The King Blues
The King Blues are a band taking it back to the true roots of London ska-punk. They were in The Square with producer Clive Langer and Interface engineer Finn Eiles, making the album Save The World, Get The Girl.
Interview with The King Blues
Myles Kane's day job as leader of The Rascals back in 2007/08 saw The Last Shadow Puppet and cohorts kicking up their feet in The Pool and Engine Room with Ben Hillier and Ferg Peterkin, during the making of their debut album, Rascalize. The Rascals Q&A
Underground Heroes were the stars of Miloco 5-a-side 2007 after their Pool session with Paul Epworth earlier that year. Here is what they had to say when we thrust an artist Q&A their way. Underground Heroes interview
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