Here’s a selection of tracks and sessions recorded at the Funky Bunker.
Troy were a punk rock band formed in 1980 in the small town of Malvern in Worcestershire. The original members were 14, 15 and 16 years old at the time. They couldn’t play particularly well but made up for it with a passion that shone through in their live performances. They wrote some cracking songs but never made it into a recording studio.
Finally, after forty years, the band got together again to record some of the songs they first played in those mad, mad days of teenage boredom, glue induced euphoria and juvenile angst.
The result is a four track EP called ‘About F**king Time’ that features three original songs and one classic cover all recorded, mixed and mastered at the Funky Bunker.
NUNS OF THE TUNDRA
Hailed as the ‘future of rock music’, Nuns of the Tundra recorded their debut EP in the Funky Bunker. Engineered by Scott Mahoney, the tracks are heavy, loud and massive! Really impressed with the drum sound from our little studio.
MOLLY SMOUT & THE SWEET DIVAS
Molly and the Sweet Divas Choir recorded this version of Fix You to help raise money and awareness for Papyrus, a charity who are actively working to support young people in times of crisis through their Hopeline whilst engaging with community organisations by providing suicide awareness training and lobbying government on youth mental health issues.
The track was engineered and produced by Ralph Tittley at the Funky Bunker.
Bristol based Liquid State recorded several tacks at the Bunker including this little gem, ‘Dirty Little Preachers’ . Engineered, mixed & produced by Scott Mahoney.
New folk five-piece Hennesea were the first band to play the Funky Bunker V-Sessions. This video went out as a live performance, streamed to the world during the 2020 COVID19 lockdown.