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Mick Glossop has been producing, engineering and mixing for over 45 years. Initially known for recording and producing new wave and punk bands such as Magazine, Public Image Ltd, The Ruts, The Skids and Penetration, he has had success collaborating with many other artists, including The Waterboys, Furniture, The Wonder Stuff, Frank Zappa, Paul Brady, Ian Gillan, John Lee Hooker and Lloyd Cole.

He has a 35 year history of collaboration with Van Morrison, covering 17 studio and live albums, film soundtracks and DVD releases. He spent most of 2004, 2005 & 2006 extensively mixing Van's archive material, as well as live performances from the Montreux Jazz Festival, in 5.1 surround sound, for the first ever Van Morrison DVD. Between November 2008 and January 2009, he recorded and mixed the music for the CD/DVD project "Astral Weeks, Live At The Hollywood Bowl", which won the Music Producers Guild (UK) award for Best Live Album in 2010.

During the past 10 years, projects have included mixing Lloyd Cole's album “Broken Record”, “A Different Hat” by Paul Carrack, ”Hello All Stations, This Is Zero" by Sebastopol, ‘Live in Melbourne’ by Manuel Gottsching and the latest album by Fun da Mental.

He has recently produced a 2nd album for Sebastopol, co-produced and mixed an album of electronic music for Paul Clark, mixed the hot new single ‘Forgive And Forget’ for Medicine Head, a new album for Tim Hullstrung, and new radio mixes for Paul Carrack.

His most recent project has been mixing the new album, ‘Tiny Lungs From Rules Of flight’, by Canadian artist, Land And Sea, which features Neil Clark, long time guitarist/collaborator with Lloyd Cole, and Neil’s partner, singer Theresa McKay.

His work has also featured many left-field and ground-breaking artists including Tangerine Dream, Xmal Deutschland, Manuel Göttsching (Ashra) and Southern Death Cult.

A developing interest in electronic music synthesis has resulted in the acquisition of a larger-than-necessary collection of Eurorack synthesizer modules, and a random collection of hardware synthesizers, one of which, the Anyma Phi, as been used exclusively in the creation of a synth/programmed version of Terry Riley’s iconic minimalist piece: ’In C’.