London Bridge Studios – new Flash site

Seattle’s famous London Bridge Studios just got a change of owners, and are opening up to the public after 13 years of private ownership- launching a new Flash-based site to give a virtual peek inside.

If the name doesn’t ring familiar to you, I first heard London Bridge’s trademark tones during the Seattle ‘revolution’ in the early 90s, with artists like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains and Mother Love Bone recording their most popular albums there. An amazingly warm, ambient room for rhythm sections – sure wish I’d had the chance to lay down tracks at LBS back when I was slinging a bass for a living myself. Enjoy!

One Response to London Bridge Studios – new Flash site

  1. rob brewer says:

    A great studio. Used to play with Unwritten Law. We recorded there in the summer of 1997. Geoff and Jon are great guys, and they helped us out a lot during our summer there. I’ll never forget the experience of Seattle and I wanted to thank the guys. Thanks!