Lancashire quartet are latest to 'bring music back to where vinyl was born'
Lancashire's The Cold One Hundred have recorded a three song session for The Old Vinyl Factory Sessions.
These unique sessions are filmed on the site of EMI's old pressing plant in Hayes Middlesex, where classic albums by a host of legendary artists including The Beatles were manufactured.
The Lancashire quintet trade in full blooded literate pop, crossing debonair Vegas crooning and chip shop laureate and join the ranks of rising stars Josephine, Nina Nesbitt, The Heartbreaks, James McCartney and Sam Beeton in contributing to this new online acoustic series.
Their three song set includes their sublime version of Carly Simon's You're So Vain.
The Cold One Hundred – You're So Vain video:
Artists visiting the site are able to take advantage of the art deco buildings and their outstanding acoustics. This site is rich in musical heritage - the first wirelesses, record players and records were manufactured here and Stereo developed. At the turn of the 20th century His Master's Voice label was born at the site and in 1931 came the creation of Electric And Musical Industries Ltd - or EMI - who occupied the premises until the mid '80's.
For more music and info, go to: TheOldVinylFactorySessions.com/artist/The-Cold-One-Hundred
The Cold One Hundred Official Website