Hi All and Happy Summer…
Just wanted to give a quick heads up that my website is going through a major update…Brad Smith at IV.Creative (who did this site as well as all my other graphic design needs) is doing the over hall…check his site out here. We figured we’d just leave this current site active rather then just leaving up a place holder.
I’ve been so swamped I haven’t had a moment to update my news feed or discography, etc…these updates are coming soon also. Some of the most recent mixing works are El-P and Killer Mike’s Run The Jewels, Mac Miller’s Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Phaseone’s If I Tell U, and TheUncluded’s Hokey Fright. I’ve also been doing a bunch of recording and mixing for Disney and Pixar for a couple of really cool movies. You can always check All Music and Discogs for upcoming credits for me but they are both pretty bad at being thorough…each one missing so many credits and different from each other.
My studio has changed for the better as well as my gear list…you can get a glimpse of the new room here in a interview I recently did.
Also, those of you that have been reaching out to me with mixing inquires, I do get them and I WILL get back to you as soon as possible.
Anyway, the site update should be here by Fall….I may still post up some news here and there in the meantime on this site if I have any moments of time not in the studio.
The first track from El-P’s and Killer Mike’s “Run The Jewels” was released today….I’m really excited to be working with El and Mike again, and to be mixing what is sure to be a classic album. Check out “Get It” as well as some other info for Run The Jewels here.
Aesop Rock’s album Skelethon, which I had the pleasure of mixing, comes out today on Rhymesayers Entertainment. It was great working with Aes and everyone else involved in making the record and I’m thrilled and proud at the final result. Please support this great record and buy it today.
Today Cancer for Cure (CFC) from EL-P is released…please go pick this up today! There isn’t an epic injury story (other then mental) that was incurred before mixing this record as there was with the Killer Mike record. I’ve worked with EL on a lot of his productions over the years and I have to say the tracks on Cancer for Cure are his deepest / most complex that I’ve mixed. Please do yourself a favor, buy this record, put it on a good system or put on some good headphones, and listen to it front to back.