The studio opened its doors in 1986. One of the first major recordings was by pioneering irish band The Stunning recording their first single 'Got to get away'
Terence Trent Darby was in tracking for his second album 'Neither Fish nor Flesh" with german producer Frank Farian.
The Frames record their first album 'Another Love Song' with acclaimed producer Gil Norton. The album was released on Island records
Kerbdog recorded their first singles in 1993 and 1994 in Temple Lane with producer Jack Endino in the lead up to the recording and release of their highly influential debut album.
An Emotional Fish record their album 'Junk Puppets' over the course of eight months with producer David A. Stewart. Singer Gerard Whelan would later form Jerry Fish and the Mudbug Club.
1993 saw visits from Whipping Boy in the lead up to their album Heartworm, and also from Commitments frontman Andrew Strong. Following on from his appearance in film 'The Commitments' his album 'Strong' was released.
Rollerskate Skinny record tracks for their album 'Horsedrawn Wishes' with Aidan Foley. This album has frequented lists of Greatest Irish albums, such as those run by Hot Press and Tom Dunne
Engine Alley paid a visit in 1996. The band achieved great success at home and abroad with album 'A Sonic Holiday' recorded by Steve Lillywhite
Wilt, featuring members of Kerbdog record their Debut album in Sun Studios with producer Ronan McHugh. It was released in 2000 through Mushroom Records.
JJ72 were in the studio in 2000 recording their highly successful self titled debut album. The producer on the session was Ian Caple. The band released two hit albums before splitting in 2006
Paddy Casey and producer Pat Donne were in the studios in the year following the release of the album 'Amen (So Be It)'. Paddys 2003 award-winning album 'Living' also produced by Donne went multi-platinum.
Turn recorded their second album 'Forward' with Marc Carolan in 2002. The Album was finished in early 2003 and released to rave reviews and strong sales, managing to enter the Irish charts at No.8. The Album is considered Turn's strongest of their catalogue
Ronan Keating wrote tracks with producer Gregg Alexander of the New Radicals for his album 'Turn It On'. Alexander also wrote the hit 'Life is a Rollercoaster' with Keating in the studio in 2000.
Jack L recorded album Broken Songs in 2004. When released in 2005 it spawned the warmly received single The Man Who Couldn't Cry. The album was recorded by Alan Gleeson and mastered by Fergal Davis
Snow Patrol recorded their album 'Eyes Open' in various locations with Jacknife Lee 2005. The track 'Set the Fire to the Third Bar' featuring Martha Wainwright was recorded here. This album, and in particular the track 'Chasing Cars' was the point that Snow Patrol turned into one of the worlds biggest bands.
A Public Display of Affection, the debut album of The Blizzards, was released in November 2006. It was produced in Temple Lane by US producer Michael Beinhorn
The Republic of Loose recorded a majority of their discography in Temple Lane with producer Garreth Mannix. 2007 saw them record Vol IV: Johnny Pyro and the Dance of Evil in the studios.
Another band that recorded a majority of their discography in Temple Lane is Delorentos. The album was recorded with Garreth Mannix in Sun studios and would go on to be nominated for the Meteor Choice Award. Although this album was unsuccessful in winning, the next album 'Little Sparks' would go on to win.
2009 saw a few heavy hitters cross our doors. Kanye West paid a visit during the production of 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'. Check out the photo in the gallery
Rihanna dropped by in 2010 to record her vocal for Eminem's worldwide number 1 hit 'Love the Way You Lie' in Apollo Studios. His best-selling single, it was number one on 26 weekly record charts, including the United States' Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks. The single sold more than 5 million copies in the US and was the best-selling song of 2010 in the United Kingdom.
2010 also saw The Black Eyed Peas in the studio working on track 'The Coming' from their album 'The Beginning'. The album was released on November 26, 2010 by Interscope.
Morrissey recorded a live session for MTV with legendary Producer Tony Visconti in Sun Studios. The session can be seen here: http://youtu.be/Rx6W6qTffoI
Wounds are an upcoming Irish band making serious waves in the UK, and also recently toured in Europe with artists such as Enter Shikari and Billy Talent. They recorded their debut album in Temple Lane with producer James Durkin in 2012