Rally Cry is Arkells fifth album and was produced by Eric Ratz, mastered by Greg Calbi and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons).
"Relentless" forms part of Arkells' new album Rally Cry, which is due for release on October 19. Produced by Eric Ratz and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac), the album will also feature the previously released "People's Champ".
Relentless forms part of Arkells' new album Rally Cry, which is due for release on October 19. Produced by Eric Ratz and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Fleetwood Mac), the album will also feature the previously released "People's Champ".
We quickly arranged some time to record (the song "Freedom") in my studio, where we produced the song entirely by ourselves. After that, we went to Mark Needham for mixing, he’s done stuff with The Killers, Imagine Dragons and P!nk.
State Lights track... "Peace Will Come" laid the foundation for another track mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons) titled "Freedom".
The new album incorporates the band's organic style, but provides a richer, full expanded sound using Boulevard Recording Studio and mixes by Mark Needham.
Written and recorded in Toronto by Arkells, produced by their previous collaborator, Eric Ratz, and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, The 1975), "People's Champ" is an upbeat, horn-infused, politically-charged anthem that is resonating deeply with listeners.
The Chordaes premiere the Mark Needham Remix of "Something New." The song is from the band's latest EP, entitled In Itinere, Latin for "during the journey." The Needham Remix adds potent percussive elements to the tune.
(The song 'People's Champ' is) written and recorded in Toronto by Arkells, produced by Eric Ratz and mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, The 1975), “People’s Champ” is an upbeat, horn-infused, politically-charged anthem written to the social climate.
About this Interview: Mark joins Matt to talk about his early Bay Area days, working with Chris Isaak, Lindsey Buckingham, the Killers and Imagine Dragons, band development, working in Nashville, survival and moving to Los Angeles.
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Q: Who's mixing the (new) record right now (for The Record Company)?
We have a guy named Mark Needham doing some mixes for us. Mark has been doing the most of it, so, you can say he's the only one that's gotten a track completely completed. Mark Needham mixed the first couple of tracks and he'll probably mix some more.
The song ("Rust to Gold") was produced by Justin Gray and ten-time Grammy-nominated mixer Mark Needham (Imagine Dragons, The Killers) and has already garnered over five million streams across all streaming platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music.
What makes everything (in her song) truly come together, however, is the outstanding mix courtesy of Mark Needham whose work with bands as diverse as Fleetwood Max and Imagine Dragons has established him as one of the foremost in his field.
"Peace Will Come" which was mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons), is an ode to hope in a world of uncertainty. It's video features images which reflect the turbulence of the modern world.
When the band began to assemble the songs that would make up its latest effort, New World Arisin', it realized the album would rock a little harder than previous efforts. It was mixed by Mark Needham and engineered by James Tuttle.
In order for this to actually work, the band sent the track to Mark Needham, and his finishing touches ensure the song is bound to take on a life of its own. A hook that once felt contained feels brand new– dripping with life as it soars high above the clouds.
Bi-Coastal group FAULKNER announces the February 9, 2018 release of their debut LP 'PARIAHS.' Recorded at Shangri La & East-West studios, produced by RZA, JP Bowersock and Mark Needham (The Killers,) the resulting 10 song album is a punchy mix of a new emotive listening experience.