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Here’s what’s happening at Lady Of Noise Recording Studio:
Lady Of Noise is proud to announce that we have collected awards for 2016 Best of Frederick, MD Music Recording from Thumbtack.com and Frederick Business Recognition!
Jillian Taylor is working on her next release! Click her name to check out her last EP recorded at LoN!
Gabriella Rose has recorded her debut EP and has much more to come!
Behead The Betrayer has returned to begin tracking their second release recorded here at the studio. They are and will be sharing the stage with some big names in metal…check out the album review for their previous release here!
Mike Ragan melds Christian anthems with urban, folk, and other varied unfluences. Keep an ear out!
The Barking Caucasians return to the studio for some fresh takes on fresh sounds! Stay tuned!
The Split Seconds take it back to the future with an analog-fueled punk revival LP! Out now!
Drew Champion has been hard at work on his self-titled EP, melding acoustic moodiness of Elliott Smith with the melodic sensibility of Sean Lennon.
Debo is a talented young singer and songwriter who has compiled an impressive musical resume for his age. Check his page for his newest EP Wish That You Would Stay. Previously, his recordings at LoN resulted in an honorable mention at the 30th Annual Mid-Atlantic Song Contest in the Rock/Alternative category (against artists of all ages, I might add) and inclusion on the 2013 Peer Awards Music CD for the 2013 TIVA-DC (Television, Internet & Video Association) Peer Awards!
The Knolly Moles have finished their EP Melancholy Bob. To buy your copy, click their link and check out a show! Keep an ear out for new TKM on 98Rock as well!
Several hip hop artists are spreading the word with vocal sessions at Lady Of Noise, including Fresh Prince Da King, NMEz, Rick Spitta with Legendary Music Group, Mic Danger, and PM.
Jazz singer and pianist Michael O’Connell brings some grace to the studio with his album of classics! (And we can certainly use the grace, thanks Michael!)
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