London’s Forget The Down have released Faith, Hope and Love – an EP I recorded, mixed and mastered in the first half of 2018. True to form, it’s a cracking EP: recorded at Baker Street, Emeline Studios and RYP.
Brilliant Outsiders, the album of duets which Sulo and I created in 2016, is having another lease of life after its disastrous initial release by Universal. Cargo records is releasing it as part of a two-album package with Nightshift, Sulo’s latest album. Brilliant Outsiders features duets with Bellamy Brothers, Chris Spedding, Clare Teal, Idde Schultz, Janis… Read more »
Los Pacaminos have released their live album, Viva!, on Recado Records. I edited, mixed and mastered the album, which was recorded in Harrogate in 2017. We were very keen to make sure that the energy of the performances made it onto the album, and it’s gratifying to see that the early reviews all mention this… Read more »
After the buzz of Canning Town Beach, Sulo, Jeff and I spent a great couple of days recording the next New Deal song, Life on the Island, with Ian at Emeline Studio in Whitstable on the 18th & 19th July. We followed this up with a day out in Dymchurch, where we enjoyed the beach,… Read more »
Misty Music have released Canning Town Beach as a CD single on 8th June. Signed copies are available. Email me if you’re interested.
We’ve been having too much fun editing and mixing the recordings made at Warehouse in Harrogate last September. The new Pacs live album and video is set for release this Summer.
Following last year’s EPs, Circles, and the Procrastinator EP, I’ve been working with Simon Millar from veteran indie band Forget The Down on new material for 2018 release. I realise that I’ve been working with them since 2003. We’ve been tracking drums and vocals at Emeline Studio, Whitstable, with Ian Sadler; strings at Baker Street with… Read more »
The first single from The New Deal is receiving good press and radio play (including national radio play) in the UK. Expect more this year. The New Deal ‘Canning Town Beach’ Single & Video The New Deal (Featuring Jeff Turner Of The Cockney Rejects) – Canning Town Beach – Single Review
Emma and the Fragments have released a 6-track EP (mini-album?), Sanity. Recorded in September 2017 in Baker Street, I mixed it in Canterbury, & they’ve subsequently made lovely videos fo the songs.
A very entertaining day yesterday. I went over to Gospel Oak Studio in Warwickshire, run by the splendid Baz Bayliss, to meet Mad Mike 666, and hear about the progress of his Emerald sabbath project. The album is a re-working of various Sabbath songs, with a rich line-up consisting of various ex-Sabbath members, and input… Read more »
I’m really pleased to have finished mixing the album that Tony Van Frater was working on when he tragically died last year. Locating and collating all the files, and finishing off the last few bits of tracking has been done piecemeal over the last few months. Thanks to Micky Geggus, who’s been the driving-force behind… Read more »
Sulo has released an album of new material “Sulo’s Full English” on Cargo Records. Packed full of excellent songs, it sounds like a slice of early/mid-seventies English rock. The drums, bass, acoustic guitar and lead vocals were recorded in Sweden, and keys, electric guitars, lap- and pedal-steel, brass, BVs etc etc were arranged and added… Read more »
I’ve been recording a new EP’s-worth of material with Emma and the Fragments. Recorded at Baker St Studio with Danny Monk, it was mixed & mastered at home – SSL all the way for recording and mixing. There’s a taster video made by Doug Rimmington here.
The New Deal is a new project: Sulo, Jeff Turner (Cockney Rejects) are writing and singing: I’m producing, arranging & playing instruments. We’ve just had a very good couple of days in Emeline Studios in Whitstable, with Ian behind the desk. This will feature all of us as you’ve never heard us before. As you’d… Read more »
Cockney Rejects have released “Chapecoense”, a portuguese-language adaptation of last year’s “Goodbye Upton Park”. All proceeds will go towards the dependants of the victims of the Chapecoense tragedy. We tracked the vocals at Emeline Studios in Whitstable. I’ve produced, mixed and mastered the track.
It’s been a long time coming – we first recorded this material in 2014 – but I’ve finally mixed and mastered Dave Castell’s Piano Album, and it’s been released on Furlongs Media. Some beautiful songs on this – just piano and vocals. I’m very happy with the material, and with my input.