84-86 Tottenham Lane Hornsey London
The Kinks - Konk Studios
Built in 1971in what had once been a Victorian tobacco warehouse and also a chocolate factory as a demo studio for The Kinks.
The rear part of the ground floor was originally a club called the Konk Club. The opening of the studio did coincide with a short period when the club was still running.
The studio started as an 8-track facility.
Jan 1973 - Neve 16/16 and 16 track MM1100
studio was rebuilt in 1976 and opened July 23rd
as a 24 track with 2 x Studer A80s.
May 1984 - Neve custom console 40/32 (that came from Utopia Studios).
In 2008, Brighton band The Kooks recorded their second album at the studio, naming the LP Konk. It topped the UK album chart.
In 2010 the property was offered up for sale for £2m as a "development opportunity".
But Davies said: "It was up for sale but I've got another record I've got to do so we're debating what to do now. It's open for discussion."