The Clash recorded two consecutive albums at Electric Lady, one of which was their 1982 release, Combat Rock. It was the band’s best-selling album of all time. We recently found rare footage of the band recording at Electric Lady with engineer, Joe Blaney. Watch below:
This week, surviving members, Mick Jones and Paul Simonon, joined Portlandia’s Fred Armisen to discuss and compare the rivaling histories of The Clash and Ian Rubbish and the Bizarros (Armisen’s well-loved SNL character) in a spoof documentary short for one of our favorite websites, Funny Or Die:
This summer U2 recorded their version of “This Is” for Aslan singer, Christy Dignam in the intimate setting of Electric Lady Studio “A.” The filmed performance was later premiered for a live audience at “A Night for Christy” – a fundraiser event to assist Dignam with the medical treatment needed to fight his rare form of blood cancer.
Watch below as our fearless leader (a decade running), Lee Foster, discusses the history and current state of Electric Lady with The Warner Sound.
Words can’t describe the unbelievable transformation our Studio “A” and third floor have undergone since new ownership arrived in late 2010. So, we made two videos to document the overhaul.
Watch below as we race through hundreds of hours and show you the results:
“MIX Suite” and Studio “A” Construction || Renovation
“API Room” and Studio “C” Construction || Renovation