Mark Needham / M.A.N. Entertainment 2010 Press
(part 1) Time to Burn?
Interview: Producer and engineer, Mark Needham.
Needham talks about hits that take months and quick mixes that sell millions.
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(part 2) Strictly Come Mixing
Mark Needham is a jack of all recording trades: a producer, engineer and mixer with an impressive four decades of experience in the studio. After graduating from school at the age of 16, Needham headed to San Francisco with his guitar teacher to establish the Blue Bear School of Music in the early seventies.
Mayday Parade at The Regency Ballroom
In January and February of 2007 the band entered the studio with producers Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount and the tracks were mixed by Mark Needham (My Chemical Romance, The Academy Is). The new record, entitled "A Lesson in Romantics," showcases the bands maturity and growth.
The band is currently working with Grammy nominated Mark Needham, Charlie Midnight (Joe Cocker) and Aaron Kamin (The Calling).
The Screening Look Better in the Dark
"You Look Much Better" saw The Screening work with world-renowned producer Mark Needham (We Are Scientists, Bloc Party, The Killers). The band will head out to LA once more to work alongside him and finish off their debut album, "We'd All Better Learn How To Swim" expected in March 2011.
Stone Parade To Release Second Album
Sydney's Stone Parade are planning the release of their second album, mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers).
These guys (Stereofix) put in the time though and worked with Mark Needham, who's previously worked with My Chemical Romance and The Killers, to put together their debut EP The Warning Sign.
Unplugged, Uncensored, An Unbelievably Good Time
Currently, (Natalie) Gelman is working on a new CD coming out in 2011 with producers Mark Needham and Charlie Midnight.
Singer, songwriter and music producer, Robert Shields has recorded at Capitol Studios in LA with producer Mark Needham who previously worked with The Killers, Fleetwood Mac and Bloc Party.
Money saved by recording at home was spent hiring Mark Needham to mix the tracks. Needham's credits range from Fleetwood Mac to Chris Isaak to the Killers.
"He gets what we’re trying to do," (Rachel) Vette said. "What he does to a song is like night and day. The chorus of 'Walk Like Models' sounds like a party when it hits."
The group are now setting their sights on international recognition and are currently finishing off their debut album Messages From God with legendary producer Mark Needham in Los Angeles. Needham has worked with The Killers, Fleetwood Mac, My Chemical Romance and Metro Station.
Studio at the Palms'
Zoe Thrall shares new model of music development
He was teamed up with producer Mark Needham, who has worked with The Killers, Fleetwood Mac and many others. Seasoned session musicians including Chris Chaney, Dave Palmer, Robin DiMaggio and Eric Schermerhorn were brought in, and the result is the eight-song EP In My Own Words.
The duo's fascination with melding genres carried over to the recording process for their debut LP, which saw them recruit heavyweight US producer/mixers Dave Sardy and Mark Needham (The Killers, Bloc Party, 3OH!3), as well as Australian dance industry veteran Sameer Sengupta...
Songs from Jim Dolan's album "Daily News Blues" produced and mixed by Mark Needham.
Band to Release First Album on New Label
The band created the album with the help of legendary producer Mark Needham, who has worked with big-name acts such as The Killers, We Are Scientists and Bloc Party.
May 2010 sees a brand new single, 'Lazy', mixed by LA based Mark Needham (The Killers), and is the first track taken from the bands forthcoming album scheduled for release in NZ & Australia in September 2010.
Hlookoff to record with Needham
Vancouver singer, pianist and guitarist Shawn Hlookoff will begin recording his debut album for EMI Music Canada May 16 in Los Angeles with producer Mark Needham, who has worked as a mix engineer for The Killers, Blondie, Metro Station, Chris Isaak, Cobra Starship, and many more.
"Mark came highly recommended by Steven Melrose at Capitol in America. I like that he brings diversity and has worked with artists with strong visions. His sound has personality."
Stereofix released their first album "Warning Sign" in the summer of 2008 with the help of engineer Mark Needham, who has worked with The Academy Is ..., The Killers, Cake, Chris Isaak, Lindsey Buckingham and Michelle Branch.
The Burning Hotels
Novels was mixed by Mark Needham (the Killers, Bloc Party), How cool is that?
Mark is a genius at what he does. We were very lucky to have him mix our record; we actually met face to face at SXSW. Very cool guy.
With the help of producers/engineers Mark Needham (The Killers and My Chemical Romance) and Joe Zook, Stereofix put out their latest EP, "The Warning Sign."
The band worked with US heavyweight mixers Dave Sardy and Mark Needham (The Killers, Bloc Party, 3OH!3) along with Australian dance industry veteran Sameer Sengupta to produce a record that is both equal parts electro-dance and the future of indie rock.
We spent 30, 12-hour days in the studio with Jeff Saltzman before he sent the record off to his partner in LA, Mark Needham. It's a big step for us to have that kind of production quality. We're really excited to put it out.
Then we hooked up with Mark Needham who is the producer for The Killers and innerpartysystem and ended up mixing some tracks with him.