|Origin||Boston, Massachusetts, United States|
|Labels||Secretly Canadian, Here We Go Magic|
Temple was born in Salem, Massachusetts. After spending time in Northern California, he studied painting at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. After struggling to make a living as visual artist, including painting murals in upscale New York City apartments, Temple moved into songwriting and recording. After recording a four song EP himself on a four-track recorder, Temple was signed to Mill Pond Records of Seattle. He would go on to record two full-length albums with Mill Pond, Hold a Match for a Gasoline World (2005) and Snow Beast (2007), before signing with label Secretly Canadian in 2010 for Good Mood Fool. On November 11, 2016, Temple released A Hand Through the Cellar Door.
Temple also began releasing music under the alias Art Feynman in 2017.
- Studio albums
- 2005 - Hold a Match for a Gasoline World (Mill Pond)
- 2007 - Snowbeast (Mill Pond)
- 2011 - Don't Act Like You Don't Care (Western Vinyl)
- 2013 - Good Mood Fool (Secretly Canadian)
- 2016 - A Hand Through the Cellar Door (Secretly Canadian)
- Extended plays
- 2004 - Luke Temple (self-titled 4-song EP) (Mill Pond)
- Mark, Deming. "Luke Temple". AllMusic.com. Retrieved 2011-12-27.
- "Luke Temple". Western Vinyl. Retrieved 2011-12-27.
- Dombal, Ryan (29 September 2009). "Here We Go Magic Sign to Secretly Canadian for Second Album". Pitchfork. Retrieved 4 November 2013.
- David, Dye (June 11, 2007). "Luke Temple: A High, Sweet New Voice". Wold Cafe. National Public Radio.