“Filmed on November 19th at the historic Electric Lady, the clip shows Yorke playing “Bloom” as a simple blues. With just his bare voice (“So why does this still hurt?/Don’t blow your mind with why”), his jazzy piano chords, and some light feedback burbling in the background, you can hear the heart of the song more clearly than ever. It’s a gorgeous act of reinterpretation, the kind of performance that can make you rethink your entire understanding of a song.”
Soledad O’Brien interviews Def Jam founder Russell Simmons in Studio A. Russell speaks about his philanthropy and finding enlightenment all while continuing to work in, and shape, today’s ever-evolving Music Industry.
Electric Lady hosted tracking and mixing sessions for Arcade Fire’s fourth studio album, Reflektor — produced by James Murphy and released today. Mixed entirely in Studio “C” by resident friend and client, Tom Elmhirst (with additional engineering by Ben Baptie), the album marked our first-ever sessions with the band and re-introduced David Bowie to our facility for his feature on the title track.
We’re honored to have been featured on Mix Magazine’s October cover (2013), available in print at select stores, as well as on their website. The article delves into our history and current going-ons, checking in with the talented engineers who work under our roof.
Check out what they all have to say about Electric Lady culture here:
Electric Lady is no stranger to musical greatness, but when the elusive genius we all know as Prince showed up unannounced, we nearly lost composure. There have been many invitations over the years to draw the man to the studio, but, true to form, Prince appeared on our doorstep on a random Saturday afternoon, plugged in, and gave us an unforgettable two days in Studio “A”. Prince, if you’re reading this…please come back often.