11 Sick Music Video Locations in Los Angeles
If there’s one thing LA is known for, it’s the music and film industry. LA is home to some of the biggest music labels in the world. It’s also a hotspot for artists and bands looking to make their big break. If you’re an enterprising artist looking to film a killer music video, you’re in the right place. From neon soundstages to sultry lofts, we’ve rounded up 11 totally sick music video locations in Los Angeles that are perfect for artists of any genre. Put on your headphones and turn up the bass. It’s time to start the list!
1. Versatility is the name of the game at the Village HQ
Located in central LA, this 3,200-square-foot studio has options for every artist. The Village HQ features 10 pre-built sets in their expansive creative space, including an LED Cube, a Jungle TV Safari, and a Rowdy Record room. The studio also provides the freedom to design a customized set from the provided backdrops and props. FIlming here provides a ton of opportunity to put your unique stamp on your video. Check out all its photos on Peerspace!
2. Give your shoot an edge at the HouseOfWax
Coming in at 3,200-square -eet, the HouseOfWax is the Village HQ’s sister studio located in the same building space. Just like the village HQ, this creative filming space comes with plenty of pre-built sets to use for shooting. There’s a Belvedere Lounge, a vertical LED cube, a full wall of CDs, and even “Hell in a Cell’. Feel free to experiment with props, backdrops, and lights until you find the combo that makes your shots sing. Best of all, you can book both the Village HQ and the HouseofWax directly on Peerspace.
3. Capture ethereal mystique at this south LA video studio
Next up on our list of music video locations in Los Angeles, this 3,000-square-foot studio has plenty of room for innovation. There are six different film sets to choose from for filming, including an industrial floor with a massive video wall, a vintage apartment, an LED tunnel, a neon retro world, a hacker’s headquarters, and a newspaper room with RBG lights. Each set comes with plenty of props and equipment that’s free to use during your booking. Head over to Peerspace to see detailed photos of every set.
4. Get creative at the Hue Ville Studios
Our next listing is perfect for artists who love all things colorful and quirky. The Hue Ville Studios boasts seven unique sets spread out over 3,000-square-feet with tons of eclectic and colorful props. There’s a rainbow candy room with a person-sized lollipop, a retro living room with checkerboard floors, and an ultraviolet graffiti room that glows beneath blacklights. Your followers will go wild for the off-beat videos you shoot at this studio! See all of the sets for yourself at Hue Ville’s Peerspace listing.
5. Grunge is king at The Barracks
Rich with grit, character, and life, this industrial warehouse has the urban vibes you’re looking for. Located at the outskirts of DTLA, the Barracks is a 5,000-square-foot industrial hangar designed by creatives for creatives. You can capture some truly cinematic shots among the pre-built sets and rustic architecture. It’s one of the best music video locations in Los Angeles for hip-hop artists and rappers. Learn more about it and book it today on Peerspace!
6. Drown in Neon at this color-change warehouse
Featuring three separate rooms under one roof, this neon sanctuary is truly one-of-a-kind. With over 3,000-square-feet of space, the warehouse sports a unique lighting system that can shine in a whole spectrum of neon colors. You can completely transform the whole vibe of the shooting space to compliment your unique sound! The space also features a solid yellow Kill Bill-inspired room and a neutral white set with gradient LED lights if you want a little variety for your video. Check out its Peerspace listing and see the full kaleidoscope of set colors for yourself!
7. Get a new angle at this futuristic light tunnel
Coming in at under 1,000-square-feet, this cyberpunk-inspired tunnel packs plenty of awe into a small studio. Located in the heart of Hollywood, THE ANGLE features a unique multi-dimensional light tunnel with color-changing lights that provide plenty of opportunity for unique shoots! Get creative customizing the studio’s layout and lighting scheme to create an eye-catching video. And at only $60 an hour, this filming space is a bargain for productions on a budget. Book your session today on Peerspace.
8. Make a bold statement at the Color Crib
Located in the heart of LA’s fashion district, the Color Crib is ideal for musicians who want to make a bold statement in their videos. This 2,800-square-foot warehouse features seven monochrome sets, each connected by passageways. Go shopping in the orange convenience store, have a drink at the red bar, or get to work in the vibrant purple office. Wherever you want to take your music video, you can go there with vibrant style at this one-of-a-kind Peerspace bookable studio.
9. Make a splash at the Blue Wave Room
Ideal for artists looking for a more chill, lowkey place to shoot a video, this ’70s inspired room has the vibes you’re looking for. Awash from floor to ceiling with rich monochrome wallpaper, carpet, and furnishings, the Blue Wave Room oozes sultry romance. Turn the lights down low to capture some truly sexy shots on the plush circular bed or the vintage low-rider bike. It’s a steal to book at only $50 an hour on Peerspace, too!
10. Your video will pop at this chromatic art room
Pop art and retro furniture give this downtown studio a far-out feel that’s perfect for the camera. Featuring five different stylized walls, quirky decor, and large bay windows for plenty of natural light, the studio is ideal for artists who aren’t afraid to walk on the wild side. This would be an amazing place to shoot surrealist or retro-inspired music videos. Break out some groovy bell-bottoms and platform shoes to round out the look at this Peerspace venue!
11. Retro romance is in the air at this DTLA loft
Last up on the list, this dreamy loft studio in the heart of downtown is awash with cozy charm and bright natural light. Coming in at 675-square-feet, the loft sports plenty of vintage furniture and homey accent pieces, including a working 80’s TV, a 60’s rotary phone, and a mini jungle of faux palm trees. This is the perfect studio for indie-folk artists or singer-songwriters to belt out their hits on the guitar. There’s even a full set of lights and filming equipment included when you book your next filming session on Peerspace.