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In reception we have a dedicated lounge area where you can enjoy complimentary tea and coffee or take a short while to relax in front of the TV or with a game of Wii tennis and snack upon drinks and treats from our tuck shop. Spares can be purchased from our Pro Shop. There is a comfortable area just outside the lounge area if you fancy a bit of fresh air or need to smoke of a cigarette or two.
The Parking on site can accommodate even tour buses and is subject to availability, however when we’re full we can also recommend some sweet spots close by.
Stephen Gilchrist, Founder and Director
Stephen is a drummer, music educator, Rockschool examiner and founder of the Brixton Hill Music Rooms. He has been, and still is, a professional drummer of some erhmmghhm years standing and has toured the world (and elsewhere) with the likes of Graham Coxon, The Damned, Charlotte Hatherley, Boney M, Republica & Queen Adreena. He also writes and produces music and tries to play bass for the band Hot Sauce Pony as well as doing his “solo” project Stephen EvEns.
Stephen is responsible for the running and management of your favourite rehearsal establishment. He has built these rooms so musicians can have a place to rehearse and create at a price that’s right with a supportive team on hand, equipment that always works well and is completely free of the smell of wildcat piss.
He likes cooking, fancy cats and he used to ride his bike a bit (but has been a bit lazy of recent)
Weapon of Choice: Drums
Nick Howiantz, Studio Manager
Nick is chief engineer and second in command at Brixton Hill Studios. He is an experienced engineer who’s worked with the likes of Gong & The Cravats and is seen reshaping music in his on unique way with Ham Legion & WTVR. He was also the lead singer in the legendary Little Trophy
A native of Glastonbury, Nick has come to London via Brighton. A little known fact about Nick is that he is a restaurant grade cook who, if you are very lucky, will whip you up a Indonesian Chicken Curry, a Singaporean Laksa Soup or a Roti Jon. He’s brief sojourn as a vegan was a sad time for us all.
Weapon of Choice: Bass
Jen Macro, Studio Team Member
Jen plays keys/guitar/sings with My Bloody Valentine, Graham Coxon and Chris T-T. She’s also done music shiz in the past with Charlotte Hatherley, Robyn Hitchcock and The Broken Family Band.
She’s lived in Brixton since 2006 where she also helps out at OneCat recording studio which is run by her musical partner Jon Clayton, with whom she writes (Hurtling/Something Beginning With L/Blusher/film scores).
Jen also works for the BBC, can teach guitar and likes wine.
Weapon of choice: Guitar
Alex Whitmore, Studio Team Member
Alex is a musician with a growing passion for engineering, both in the studio and for gigs in places with beer soaked floors.
Born and raised in South London, Alex is more adventurous with his musical exploits than his choice of location. He can often be found standing in the corner of a grotty little venue watching the engineer behind the desk instead of the band onstage! Alex is also a classically trained trumpet player who is constantly trying to motivate himself to start playing again after his 9 month long summer break!
Weapon of choice: A seized up Trumpet and an XLR cable
Rudy, Studio Dog & Dinner Enthusiast
Rudy is a black labrador and furriest member of the BXHS team…which is quite an achievement in itself. His job at the studio is to wag his tail furiously at customers and relieve you of any dinner that may have become surplus to requirements.
Born in the back of a car he left home two months later and moved in with his best pals Stephen and Caroline. He enjoys being a twit, destroying chew toys and having a good old stink.
Weapon of choice: Stink!
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Rick Willett (Web Designer)
Chris Cutting (Art & Design)