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AN ULTRA LIVERPOOL STUDIO
7/12/22

Ultra Music Publishing has officially launched its new studio complex in Liverpool.

The facilities will serve Ultra-repped songwriters and musicians as well as those signed to its sister labels, Helix and Payday Records, while also providing a hub for new talent discovery and development in the north of England.

Based in the Camp & Furnace complex in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle district, the studio kicked off with a recent week-long writing camp featuring 20 of its songwriters and musicians, including Navos, Alex Mills, TS7 and Essel among others. 

Ultra Studios Liverpool is the latest in an expanding global network, which now includes recording facilities in L.A., London, Stockholm and Atlanta.

“Liverpool has always been home to a vibrant and ground-breaking club culture and has produced some of the world’s most influential songwriters and musicians. This makes it the perfect place for us to launch our first studio in the north of England, an area that is still under-served when it comes to facilities of this kind,” said Patrick Moxey, Founder/CEO, Ultra Music Publishing.

Seen before celebrating with Liverpool’s finest scouse are Moxey (5th from left) and the songwriters who attended the latest writing camp.