Hold on tight as PSNEurope’s whisky-fuelled cover story and November issue is rolling into town right now!
Delve into the tour diary from Scottish rocker, guitarist and troubadour Dave Arcari as he recounts travelling throughout summer and performing a number of shows at pubs and festivals.
Check out the celebrations from legendary Liverpool-based recording studio Parr Street as they take a look back at the last 25 years from the music created, the magical memories and getting through the tough times. The studio is also planning 25 short documentaries to mark the milestone.
The technology features takes a look at microphones and some of the exciting development and changes that are happening in this space, as well as discovering that vintage pieces are big favourites among engineers.
Is there murder on the dance floor with the closure of iconic nightclub venues, including Fabric, around London recently? Our nightclub feature examines the outlook for the sector, which looks a little bleak in the UK, but around Europe, the scene is a lot brighter.
Drive on to read how French broadcast specialist AMP tackles the challenges of delivering 24 hours of Le Mans and working with Calrec desks in a new truck.
We also chat to the owners of the newly opened The Anexe Studio in Exeter, UK, where they created the space from a 2.6m hole in the ground and talk about their long term vision to create a mini independent label. Run by couple Steve and Lindsey Troughton, they have gone for the vintage look and Lindsey promises there will be no doilies on the toilets!