My Favourite Pieces Of Equipment

04 October 201711:51amNo Comments

I often get asked about what equipment I use.  I don’t make a big fuss of it as (a) I don’t have banks and banks of flashing lights and huge mixing desks and (b) I honestly believe that no equipment is as important as good ears. Having said that, there are some bits of gear […]

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Ricky Ross and the Greatest Greatest Hits

03 October 20173:55pmNo Comments

My favourite release so far this year is Short Stories, Volume 1, by Ricky Ross. It’s a beautiful acoustic collection of his songs both new and old, featuring just his weathered vocals, a piano and the occasional gorgeously arranged string section. Ricky Ross is currently having his cake and eating it as lead singer of […]

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Joe Seager – Atlas

08 July 20178:08amNo Comments

This week sees the launch of Joe Seager’s new album, Atlas. An immensely colourful album blending aspects of John Martyn, early Coldplay, Fleet Foxes, Simon and Garfunkel and John Mayer, this was a great album to work on. Joe has a small studio set up in his home, so for most of the tracks he […]

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Recording at Abbey Road

05 July 20178:01pmNo Comments

Last week, I travelled down to London for a recording and mixing session at the most famous recording studio in the world, Abbey Road. The session was for an artist called Maizurah, who wrote the lyrics about the current political situation in Qatar, where she currently lives. The writing process for this song was immensely […]

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Making UK Country with Kezia Gill

06 April 20172:14pmNo Comments

The brand new album by UK Country artist Kezia Gill is now available, and it’s unbelievable good. Seriously, I defy you to find a bad song on it! I’ve worked as a producer with Kezia on a number of projects, but this was the first time she wanted to do an album entirely within the […]

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