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  • Mike Crossey Mixed From Eden EP By Hozier

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on April 25, 2014

    Following on from the hugely successful debut single, Take Me To Church, Irish singer-songwriter, Hozier, has now released the EP From Eden. From Eden is a beautiful lament showcasing Hozier’s smooth and distinctive vocals. Laid back guitars and lingering bassRead More

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  • Bryan Wilson Scores No.1 Album With Jeremy Loops

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on April 23, 2014

    After months in the studio, Bryan Wilson and Folk act Jeremy Loops have earned themselves a number one with their debut album, Trading Change. Born in Cape Town, Jeremy Loops (and his team, Jamie Faull & Motheo Moleko) have justRead More

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  • Bryan Wilson Engineered Debut Arthur Beatrice Album

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on April 23, 2014

    Working Out is the long-awaited debut from Arthur Beatrice. Working Out was released on February 24th 2014 through OAR./Polydor Records. The 11 track record was produced by the band themselves at their East London studio, No. 1 Baltic Place andRead More

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  • Mike Crossey Mixed New Single By Darlia

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on March 31, 2014

    Candyman is the new single from Blackpool Rockers Darlia. With the track recently featured as BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe’s Hottest Record Of The Week, the band are gradually rising up the ranks to success. Candyman is a torrent ofRead More

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  • Mike Crossey Mixed Album Tracks on Dan Croll’s Debut

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on March 17, 2014

    The first full-length release from newcomer Dan Croll is an amalgamation of indie sensibilities; catchy pop hooks and perfectly positioned Afrobeat rhythms. Team all that with Croll’s clean vocals and witty song-writing and you’ve got yourself a winning formula. OpeningRead More

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  • Bryan Wilson Engineered New Arthur Beatrice Track Midland

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on December 12, 2013

    Gotham producer, Bryan Wilson, has seen another of his engineering works released; this time for Arthur Beatrice’s latest track, Midland. Following on from their last single, Grand Union, Midland is also taken from the bands’ forthcoming album, Working Out. OpeningRead More

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  • Mike Crossey and Miloco’s Livingston 1 Studio Feature In Sound On Sound

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on December 5, 2013

    As most of you will already know, this year has been hugely successful for legendary Gotham producer, Mike Crossey. To celebrate and acknowledge this, Sound On Sound Magazine have featured him in this month’s issue in an article called ‘SecretsRead More

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  • Charlie Hugall: Inside The Mind Of A Producer..

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on October 30, 2013

    Charlie Hugall has been featured in Music Radar online in a great article about how he approaches studio time with various artists. It also contains some pro advice about creating ‘fearless studio vibes’… Read the full article here.

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  • Bryan Wilson Engineers On Another Arthur Beatrice Release

    Posted by Kate Fletcher on October 15, 2013

    Grand Union is the latest single to be released by English Indie Rock band, Arthur Beatrice, and was engineered by Bryan Wilson. The London four-piece’s familiar smooth sound takes a dark turn in this track, with macabre lyrics set overRead More

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