Spacebomb Studios Opens its Doors

Matthew E. White at Spacebomb Studios

Spacebomb is proud to announce the opening of the new Spacebomb Studios, located at 11 S. 21st Street in the Shockoe Bottom neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. At that address, Spacebomb East will be the hub for Spacebomb’s record label, music production, and music publishing projects, while the attic workshop at Spacebomb West in Richmond’s Near West End will continue being used for certain recording sessions and label operations.

Formerly Songwire Studios, Spacebomb has recorded numerous horn, string, and vocal sessions for its records in the studio, including founder Matthew E. White‘s most recent EP Outer FaceHoward Ivans’ hit 7” Red Face Boy, and Grandma Sparrow‘s forthcoming debut Grandma Sparrow & his Piddletractor Orchestra (due out May 20th). White’s full-length follow-up to Outer Face will be recorded exclusively at Spacebomb Studios for a release on Domino Records.

Spacebomb East is also very excited to open its studio doors to the public for the first time and share the space between its walls with all manner of local, regional, national, and international recording projects. Combining the best of both digital and analog recording techniques and technology, Spacebomb Studios create a unique and singular recording environment that acknowledges the strengths of the past, champions progress and innovation, and allows us and anyone who joins us here a rare and exciting recording experience. Spacebomb continues the great tradition of small Southern record labels and studios—like J&M Recording Studios in New Orleans in the 50s, FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Stax and Hi Records in Memphis, and Sun Studios in Nashville—hoping to carry this small town entrepreneurial spirit that is unique to our region into the 21st century with a place all its own, Spacebomb Studios.

Horns record at Spacebomb Studios

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March 18, 2014

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