Review: There's been much talk about this special Record Store Day release, and it's easy to see why. For starters, it comes from noted British sculptor Anthony Gormley, an artist most famous for his epic public piece the Angel of the North. Sounds of the Studio, his first audio work, has been trailed as a "teleportational sound portrait of Gormley's cathedral-like studio". In other words, it's an evocative snapshot of his working environment, mixing high-grade field recordings (Chris Watson would be proud) with elements of music concrete. Expect to hear Gormley banging bits of metal, getting busy with various high-grade power tools and generally proving is industrial mettle (sorry).