Curve Pusher Announce New Studio Complex in Hastings
After nearly two decades of mastering and cutting records in East London, Curve Pusher has announced its relocation to Hastings and the bespoke rebuild of its studio complex from the ground up.
Founded by Lawrie Dunster in 1999, Curve Pusher has had a vibrant heritage in the electronic music community in London – mastering the music made by its musicians, cutting dubplates for its DJs and providing recording facilities for its producers, working with everyone from Aba Shanti to Nina Kraviz.
In total Curve Pusher now houses three Neumann record cutting lathes, two full mastering studios and a recording studio with a high-spec list of classic equipment including a 40 channel Amek Angela mixing desk.
Check out some photos of the new facility below:
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