We had the pleasure of hosting Mike Posner & crew in the studio to film his remix of “Started From The Bottom”. Watch it here
If you like the song you can download it here: https://soundcloud.com/mikeposner/started-from-the-bottom-remix
The Big Fight – My Life In and Out of the Ring by Sugar Ray Leonard as well as Stephen Glover’s aka “Steve-O” new book titled Professional Idiot: A Memoir were recently recorded at The Invisible Studios. Pre and Post production were completed at The Invisible Studios and engineered by Mark Holden and Wesley Dewberry. More information on both books can be found at their respective websites.
Japanese Popstar Hiro Tanaka is currently working on his first American album titled Never Good Enough at The Invisible Studios. Better known as Roma Tanaka, he has been a thriving artist in the J-Pop scene for years and is starting his transition over into the American market. He is working with producers Mike Lopez and Mark Holden, better known as the “N’s”, to complete his album.
Hiro has been in countless TV spots and has toured with the Japanese production of “Rent”, having a major part in the production. You can follow him on twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/tanakaROMA.
His new album is scheduled to be in post production by the end of the year with a single being release within 3 months.
Widower’s Houses (1892) was the first play by Nobel Prize in literature winner George Bernard Shaw to be staged. It premiered on 9 December 1892 at the Royalty Theatre. Recently, The Invisible Studios recorded and produced Widower’s Houses for release on BBC Radio 3.
Directed by Martin Jarvis, the cast included Sir Ian McKellen, Tim Pigott-Smith, Honeysuckle Weeks, Dan Stevens, and Charles Dance. All Pre and Post production was completed at The Invisible Studios, along with original music by Mark Holden and Michael Lopez.
Henceforward, the first comedy by famed English playwright Sir Alan Ayckbourn, was recorded at The Invisible Studios. With a star studded cast including Jared Harris, Anne Heche, and Jack Davenport, Henceforward was a hit at LATW. The play was directed by Martin Jarvis. Original music, mixing, and production by Mark Holden and Michael Lopez.
The play Henceforward… is the first comedy in which Alan Ayckbourn includes elements of science fiction. It concerns Jerome, a composer, who develops a plan to persuade his estranged wife Corinna that his home life is sufficiently stable for her to allow their daughter to stay with him. The plan involves both an actress and a gynoid (the female equivalent of an android).
Henceforward… was Ayckbourn’s thirty-fourth full-length play. It was first performed at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough in 1987. It received its West End premiere at the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue in October 1988 where Jerome was played by Ian McKellen, (who was knighted in 1990, becoming Sir Ian McKellen). Corinna was played by Jane Asher. This production won the 1989 Best Comedy category at the Evening Standard Awards for London theatre.