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Liverpool’s Most Iconic Recording Studio

At the Motor Museum our goal is simple.  To create inspiring and remarkable productions to help advance the careers of our clients, and provide us with the opportunity to work on the coolest new music.

Our hands-on approach to working with artists marries production, recording and mixing into a bespoke service tailored to each client. Our uniquely creative Liverpool recording studio has attracted and inspired more than a few of the UK’s most influential bands.

The Motor Museum

Tucked away in a converted warehouse on Lark Lane, The Motor Museum is a truly unique and inspiring Liverpool recording studio that has been responsible for some of the UK’s most iconic albums.

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Al Groves

The Motor Museum is home to Al Groves, a number one selling record producer and mixer whose credits include Bring Me The Horizon, Cast, Jalen N’Gonda and Paris Youth Foundation.

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Originally established in 1988 as The Pink Museum, the studio has created music with some of the finest British guitar bands in recent years.  Offering a boutique recording studio outside of London, it is the birthplace of Oasis’ ‘Supersonic’ and The Arctic Monkey’s ‘Fake Tales of San Fransisco’.  Known as a lucky charm for emerging artists, it has produced records by The 1975, Two Door Cinema Club, Ben Howard and Jake Bugg.

It is currently home to Producer Al Groves.  A breakthrough producer & mixer with over a decade of experience, Al’s work on records for Bring Me The Horizon, Paris Youth Foundation and Jalen N’ Gonda continue to cement The Motor Museum at the cutting edge of new music.

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