Electric Lady Studios, at 52 West 8th Street, in New York City's Greenwich Village, is a recording studio originally built by Jimi Hendrix in 1970.

Muse recorded their 2006 album Black Holes & Revelations at Avatar and Electric Lady Studios.

A variety of artists have recorded music there, including David Bowie, Christina Aguilera,Stevie Wonder, Cactus, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel,The Rolling StonesGuns N' Roses Kiss, Van Halen, Weezer,

Designed by architect and acoustician John Storyk, the studio was made specifically for Hendrix, with round windows and a machine capable of generating ambient lighting in a myriad of colors. It was designed to have a relaxing feel to encourage Jimi's creativity, but at the same time provide a professional recording atmosphere. Engineer Eddie Kramer upheld this by refusing to allow any drug use during session work. Artist Lance Jost painted the studio in a psychedelic space theme.

Hendrix spent only four weeks recording in Electric Lady, most of which took place while the final phases of construction were still ongoing. An opening party was held on August 26, 1970 and the following day Hendrix created his last ever studio recording: a cool and tranquil instrumental known only as "Slow Blues". He then boarded an Air India flight for London to perform at the Isle of Wight Festival, and died less than three weeks later.

Black Holes & Revelations