Boulevard Recording Featured in Sound on Sound Magazine This Month!!


Boulevard Installs a 1975 40 Channel Custom API Console!


Ben Lovett in Studio


Ben Lovett has been in the studio the past week. Here’s a video from his last record, “Heart Attack.”

Brian Wright – The Making of Haunted @ Boulevard Recording

Rattle Their Chains

An inside look with Brian Wright and band during the making of Rattle Their Chains. An exclusive look at the song “Haunted.”

Conquistador from Thirty Seconds to Mars, Mixed at Boulevard


Conquistador was mixed by Steve Lillywhite and Clay Blair at Boulevard in the spring of 2013 for the new record, Love Lust Faith + Dreams Here’s a video of the song mixed at Boulevard!

Steve Lillywhite Remixes The Pogues ‘Peace and Love’ at Boulevard Recording


Steve Lillywhite and Clay Blair with the help of James Fearnley remixed The Pogues 1989 release, Peace and Love in the summer of 2013. To be released in the new year by Rhino. This is one of the songs of the original record, not remixed.

Brian Wright – Rattle Their Chains – Released


Brian Wright recorded and mixed Rattle Their Chains with Clay Blair at Boulevard Recording throughout 2011-2013. It was finally released in September of 2013 on Sugar Hill Records. Here’s a snip of the album. Go buy it!!

The Diamond Light- New Song on Shelby the Swamp Man


The Diamond Light record a new EP and a cover of CCR’s Born on the Bayou that is featured on the new Animal Planet show, Shelby the Swamp Man. Here’s a new song from their EP recorded at Boulevard.



THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID – Video Directed by Jim Bianco and Sarah Simon Featuring: Jim Bianco, Sarah Simon, Meiko, James Babson, Austin Hartley-Leonard, Jake Newton, Bess Rogers, Allie Moss, Nicole Eva Emery, Sterling Andrews, Marko Shafer and Lwam

Wildling in the studio


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Jake Newton in the studio


“Kill the Past” is the debut Full length by Jake Newton recorded in BLVD Studios in Hollywood in March of 2011. Many talented people spent long hours to make this record possible.

Robert Francis in the studio


An acoustic “Some Things Never Change” from the upcoming Robert Francis album Strangers In the First Place (May 22). Recorded at Boulevard Recording in Hollywood, CA.  

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