Snoop Dogg
16 July 2016
Snoop Dogg was in last night laying down some vocals after his performance a few days earlier at Pemberton Festival in BC. What a pleasure it was working with The Doggfather himself. Our logo will never look this good again!
Busting at the seams!
Friday, 20 November 2009 00:00



It seems that our little studio studio is getting smaller everyday. There are so many great talents working out of here these days, that we're all chomping at the bit to book some studio time. Who says the recession thing is real? There comes a time in every studio's life to carefully consider its future and options. It seems our only option is MORE SPACE! We need to move, and we need to do it soon, or the seams that hold this dear little studio studio together will literally burst wide open. Our attics are full, we can't fit any more racks into the control room, and the B-ROOM is just too crowded to dance around in most of the time.

             Top Reasons to Move:
  1. Brock will have enough space in the control room to park his MINI.
  2. Spencer will have his own room for breathing in.
  3. Kevin will have a room just to keep his tushy pillows in.
  4. Jordan's room will be full of bunny rabbits and baseball bats.
  5. Daniel will finally get a room for his super high-end spa treatments.
  6. Paul's room will cosnsist of thousands of tiny objects, all neatly aligned for no reason.
  7. Shawn will use his room to hold all of the nerds he captures with his tricorder.

What we're trying to say is that we're trying to move into a larger facilty ASAP! Nothing is set in stone at the moment, but we're looking seriously at the idea of a new facility.



 
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