Located 20 minutes from Whitehorse, in an area known for its sun-saturated craggy hills, pine and spruce trees, and the Takhini River, is the Yukon’s new premier recording facility, Green Needle Records.

Over the past two decades, owner/operator Jim Holland has built a reputation as a skillful and fluid producer, engineer and musician, recording and playing all styles of music.

Location highlights:

  • The cleanest air in Canada;
  • Beautiful mountain views;
  • Large network of wilderness trails just outside the studio door for walking, biking, skiing and snowshoeing;
  • Minutes from Bean North coffee shop, Yukon Wildlife Preserve, Takhini Hot Springs and the Takhini River;
  • No planes, trains or traffic.

Studio highlights:

  • Best of modern and vintage recording equipment;
  • Large, beautiful acoustic spaces with 20ft ceilings;
  • Real echo chamber;
  • Affordable rates and package deals;
  • Seasonal outdoor recording;
  • All projects elligible for up to $5000 Yukon recording grant.