The LG Crew has a run in with their doppelgangers... and it all comes to a head!
Honeycut features the soulful stylings of one Mr. Bart Davenport. Damn this band can dance their socks off! Watch for yourself.
Two of the boys from Sparta hit the ghetto=fabulous LG Studios and treated us to an early morning acoustic jam of "Taking Back Control." Pretty amazing to hear it all stripped down.
When Husky Rescue came by the LG Studio we didn't think they'd make us cry with this song. But they did! It is so moving we cried rivers of tears! They're a better Finlandia export than vodka!
José González came by the LG studio and played some songs for us, and he even brought his own microphone! This is a real acoustic performance.
Art Alexakis of Everclear stopped by our grungy studio to record a few songs, one of them being this cover of "Brown Eyed Girl" by Van Morrison. Also, Art has awesome tattoos.
Goldenboy have been creating quite a name for themselves in the SoCal area. That’s Southern California for all you people not “in the know.” Their latest record, Underneath The Radio, is out now on Eenie Meenie and hopefully they’ll be in your town soon. Enjoy!
Without a doubt one of the best vocal performances to come through the LG Studios so far. If you think this is good, check out the Holiday cover he did. Wow.
Local rockers The Oohlas dropped by the studio for a stripped down version of their international smash hit “Small Parts.:
The Finalist dropped by the studio very early in the morning to play a song for us. Musicians don’t like mornings, so that goes to show you the dedication of these lads. Keep an eye open for the floating mic…it’s awesome.
Pigeon John doesn’t play any “acoustic” business, but he still came up to our studios and rocked some live hip-hop with his DJ. It’s the kind of stuff that will get your head nodding and your brain smiling…I mean if a brain can smile that is.
Jonny Lives invaded our studio and all we got was this stupid performance. Actually, it was the opposite of stupid. It was awesome. See them play "Outside."
LG invaded the Intonation Music Festival and all we got was this stinkin' video. Watch live performances from Bloc Party, Lady Sovereign, Jon Brion, and Rhymefest.
See what happens when an LG Operative sneaks on the set of the Ellen Show. Hint: he tries to kill her dog.
The Village Green stopped by our studios and lived up to their name by giving us a pretty amazing acoustic cover of the Kinks’ classic “Waterloo Sunset.”
The Village Green are a rock band originally from Portland, OR. If you like the Rock the way it used to be then they are right up your alley. Check out this guitar and piano version of the track “Life On The Run.”
The Favourite Sons stopped by our craptacular studios to perform some songs that you'll totally be humming in the next few days. Don't believe us? Listen!
Daniel from As Tall As Lions came by the LG Studios and sang us a ridiculously amazing version of the Holiday classic "O Holy Night." Get ready for goose bumps.
Our mom loves Jonny Lives. And you know what? Our mom knows good music, 'cause this stuff is really good. Thanks Jonny Lives for stopping by our studio and telling stories! We love storytime!
Check out the acoustic awesomeness of Jose Gonzalez. He stopped by our studio and made us cry like little girls.
Landon Pigg brought his guitar over to our studio and played a couple of intimate songs for us that we still can’t get out of our heads. This is the first song he played, called “Eggshells,” and look for more on the site soon.
This week in the LG Studios we have a band originally from Canton, Oh called Lovedrug. They played three songs for us from their sophomore record called Everything Starts Where IT Ends which will be in stores on March 6th. The band is currently on Militia Group and will be touring a ton for the new record. Go see them, you won’t be disappointed!
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Donald Trump unveils his new reality TV show and Dakota Fanning just may drop by to say hello. Sources say, no one will care.