Abbey Road Studios have launched a new merchandise range of designs printed on American Apparel T-shirt. Retailing at £20 a pop you can but them here.
Or if you want to win one, all you have to do is go to the Gigslutz Facebook Page, and ‘like’ us and share the competition status. Then ‘follow’ us on twitter, and retweet a competition tweet. Easy! Good luck folks.
The 2 winners will be picked at random on Monday 9th December and will have the choice of the white mixing desk design, or the black crossing design.
The new collection features three distinct ranges:
1931 Range – this range features imagery from the studios’ legendary recording equipment, both vintage and modern, which has been used to create classic songs and chart hits by world-famous artists since Abbey Road opened on 12th November 1931.
ID Range – this range includes plain logo tees in a variety of colours and features designs inspired by the world-famous Grade II listed crossing, as seen on the cover of The Beatles’ classic album ‘Abbey Road’.
Kids – a small range aimed at mini engineers, producers and musicians of the future!
The T-shirt range will soon be available in a selection of high street clothing and music stores, and will include a number of additional, exclusive designs not available online. A selection of further new apparel and accessories will also be available in 2014.
Abbey Road Studios is the most famous recording studios in the world and a British music icon. The studios have been home to countless landmark recordings and pioneering advances in recording technology. Opened in November 1931, Abbey Road Studios is the oldest purpose built recording studios in the world.
The legendary studios has a phenomenal 80 year history working with many of the world’s most famous artists including The Beatles, Pink Floyd, The Hollies, Kate Bush, U2, Oasis, Elbow, Florence and the Machine, Lady Gaga and Adele.
Also one of the world’s premiere locations for movie scoring since the 1980s, films such as Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Braveheart and the Lord of The Rings Trilogy, have been recorded there. The list continues with many other major titles, including Shrek, The King’s Speech, Harry Potter, Skyfall and The Hobbit.