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JULY 17, 2003 – WEST LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Liz Phair and her band were recently in The Village’s Studio A, performing live for an on-air broadcast on Los Angeles radio station KCRW’s acclaimed Morning Becomes Eclectic program. Phair and company performed The Village in support of their latest CD, 2003’s Capitol release, Liz Phair, the long awaited follow-up to 1998’s whitechocolatespaceegg. Liz Phair will spend the summer months of 2003 touring the USA in support of her new CD. The Village session was engineered by Jason Wormer and assisted by Greg Imler.

Los Angeles based rockers The 88’s were also in The Village’s Studio A recently, recording a high-energy live set of music for KCRW’s famous Morning Becomes Eclectic radio program. The 88’s came by The Village for the KCRW broadcast in support of their debut CD, 2003’s Moontron/EMK release, Kind of Light. The 88’s will spend Summer 2003 playing shows around Los Angeles. The Village session was engineered by Dan Monti and assisted by Darren Frank.

KCRW’s Ariana Morgenstern produced both of the live sessions at The Village.

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For 35 years, The Village has been one of the entertainment industry’s top audio recording and mixing studios. Located in a spectacular 26,000-square-foot former Masonic Temple in West Los Angeles, the multi-room facility today provides state-of-the-art recording and scoring services to the record, film, and television industries. For more information, refer to the studio’s Web site at