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Press 2012

Peer signs deal with Taylor Thrash

August 1, 2012—By Tim Ingham, Music Week

PeerMusic has signed an exclusive songwriter and co-publishing agreement with recording artist and songwriter Taylor Thrash.

The agreement is a joint venture between producer Mark Needham (The Killers, Neon Trees, Iglu & Hartley) and Peer with announcement being made by Sam Kling, Peer VP A&R.

Fixx To Release First Studio Album In 10 Years

May 9, 2012—All Access Music Group

Beautiful Friction by The Fixx was produced by NICK JACKSON in LONDON, and mixed by STEPHEN W TAYLER and MARK NEEDHAM, the album was inspired by world events filtered through the personal journeys of each band member.

Tulsa's Chase Stites partners with producer Mark Needham

April 20, 2012—TulsaWorld

Grammy-award winning producer Mark Needham (M.A.N. Entertainment) will help mix and produce Chase Stite's next album.

Needham has multiple platinum-selling records to his credit, including works by Shakira, OAR, The Killers, Chris Isaak, Fleetwood Mac, Ludo, Blondie, Michael Franti & Spearhead and Neon Trees.

Needham also said he expects at least two radio singles to come from the Stites recording project.

Meet Bethpage Black

April 20, 2012 —By Alex Kastrinelis, Alternative Addiction

For their latest EP, Black Music, the band hooked up with producer Mark Needham (The Killers, Neon Trees) through their marketing manager. Coy commented the initial plan "was just to do one song but we were really happy with the way it turned out so we decided to do a few more. Some of it we originally had recorded into laptops in my friend's garage studio so some of the tracks we brought to Mark. Afterwards, we re-recorded all the vocals and some of the drums and guitars in Mark's studio and then he mixed the whole thing." And considering the high quality of the EP, it's safe to say that the band benefited greatly from working with Needham.

Rising stars KEYWEST

March 21, 2012—Waterford Today Entertainment Editor

The album was co-produced by Mark Needham (The Killers) and engineered by Dan Frampton and Steve Marcussen. It ranges in style from crunching guitar driven tracks such as "Road to Damnation" to more introspective heartfelt tracks such as "On This Train".

San Francisco Singer / Songwriter Aoede Wins 2012 "Album Of The Year" And "Best Folk/Acoustic Artist"

March 1, 2012—Music Industry News Network

Affair with the Muse was produced by Scrote and engineering was handled by the Grammy-nominated Mark Needham who has worked with Shakira, The Killers, Chris Isaak, Neon Trees, Fleetwood Mac, and My Chemical Romance.

Keywest - PLAY IRISH and Monroe's Live

February 23, 2012—Galway Advertiser

The 11 track album was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by Keywest and Mark Needham, who has worked with Blondie and The Killers.

TJ Courtney To Release "Into The Sky" on March 27th

Feb 17, 2012—Reported by Big Picture Media on The Grateful Web

The musicharkens back to his (TJ Courtney) 90's influences like Oasis, Soundgarden, and the Foo Fighters, with production that holds up against any current rock track, thanks to producer Andrew Dixon and mixer Mark Needham (The Killers, Neon Trees).

Go West to Monroe's Live

February 15, 2012—By Ronan Maher, The Galway Independent

With that momentum behind them, anticipation is high for the Friday 24 February release of their self-penned debut album "The Message", which was recorded in LA with Grammy nominated Mark Needham (The Killers) producing.

The Fresh And Onlys: A New Record, A West Coast Perspective, And Some Dish On The Black Lips

February 3, 2012—By Mike Burr

Back on topic, then. Fresh and Onlys is currently recording its fourth full-length album. How's it going?

The recording was awesome. It was definitely the most fun I've ever had recording. We tried mixing the record ourselves, but after sitting on it a while we decided to try a pair of fresh ears. We sent it to Mark Needham who did a great job with it. I think it's important not to repeat yourself and take some chances every time out. I feel like we definitely did that with this record.

Buck Johnson or Burly Clyde? Either way, he's a busy singer-songwriter from Alabama

January 27, 2012—By Mary Colurso, The Birmingham News

(Buck) Johnson, 45, has been developing his debut record as Burly Clyde, his collaborators for the album are producer Mark Needham and writer-producer Charlie Midnight, as well as songwriter James Dean Hicks.

BLACK ROBOT Announces New Singer

January 16, 2012—

BLACK ROBOT is in the studio putting the finishing touches on its sophomore album, to be released later in the year. The CD sees the return of Grammy-nominated producer Dave Cobb and Grammy-nominated mixer Mark Needham (THE KILLERS).

LostAlone Unveil Video For 'Do You Get What You Pray For?'

January 3, 2012—By Jon Stickler,

The band spent five weeks recording in Los Angeles during May 2010... 'Do You Get What You Pray For?' was produced by Greg Wells and mixed by Mark Needham (Killers, Fleetwood Mac, MCR).