Dan Carey (record producer)

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Dan Carey
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Background information
Birth name Daniel De Mussenden Carey
Born (1969-12-24) 24 December 1969 (age 45)
Islington, London
Occupation(s) Producer, songwriter, mixer, engineer
Associated acts Kate Tempest, Toy, Emiliana Torrini, Sia, CSS, Franz Ferdinand, Bat for Lashes

Daniel De Mussenden "Dan" Carey (born 24 December 1969 in Islington, London)[1] is an English producer, writer, mixer and remixer.[2][3]

Carey owns his own studio in South London[4] and runs the record label Speedy Wunderground in co-operation with Heavenly Recordings.[5]

In 2014, Carey received two Mercury Prize nominations for his production work on two nominated albums: Everybody Down by Kate Tempest and First Mind by Nick Mulvey.[6][7]

Discography[edit]

Artist Release Record Label Credit
All We Are All We Are Domino Produce / Mix
Bat for Lashes "Plan the Escape" Republic Mix
JUCE! "Burnin' Up," "Call You Out," "The Heat" Island Produce / Mix
Childhood Lacuna Marathon Produce / Mix
Boxed In "Run Quicker" Nettwerk Produce / Mix
Eugene McGuinness Chroma Domino Produce / Mix
Speedy Wunderground Speedy Wunderground - Year 1 Manata Produce / Mix / Engineer
Kate Tempest Everybody Down Big Dada Produce / Mix
Nick Mulvey First Mind Fiction Produce / Mix
All We Are "Feel Safe" Domino Produce / Mix
Joel Compass "Forgive Me" Outsiders/Polydor Produce / Mix
Toy Join the Dots Heavenly Produce / Mix
Oh Land Wishbone Federal Prism Produce / Mix
Emiliana Torrini Tookah Rough Trade Produce / Mix / Engineer
Little Daylight "Name In Lights" Capitol Mix
Bloc Party "Ratchet," "Obscene" Frenchkiss Produce / Mix
Steve Mason Monkey's Mind in the Devil's Time Domino Produce / Mix / Engineer
Laura Welsh "Unravel" Polydor Mix
Bat for Lashes The Haunted Man EMI Produce / Mix
Yeasayer Fragrant World We Are Free Mix
Toy Toy Heavenly Produce / Mix
Willy Mason Carry On Fiction Records Produce / Mix
Mystery Jets Radlands Rough Trade Produce / Mix
Civil Twilight Holy Weather Wind Up Produce / Mix
Eugene McGuinness "Shotgun", "Harlequin", "Japanese Cars", "Video Games" and "Sugarplum" Domino Co-Produce / Mix
Lianne La Havas "Night School", "Age" and "Empty" Warner UK Produce / Mix
Django Django "Default" Because Produce / Mix
Chairlift Something Columbia Co-Produce / Mix
Theophilus London Timez Are Weird These Days Warner Bros Mix
The Kills Blood Pressures Domino Co-Produce / Engineer
Tame Impala "Expectation" Modular Mix
Alice Gold Seven Rainbows Fiction/Polydor Produce / Mix / Engineer
Oh Land "Wolf and I", "Twist" Epic Produce / Mix
Oh Land "Perfection", "Lean", "Voodoo" Epic Produce / Co-write / Mix
I Blame Coco "No Smile", "Playwright Fate", "The Constant" Island Produce / Mix / Engineer
Franz Ferdinand Blood: Franz Ferdinand Domino Produce / Mix
Hot Chip One Life Stand EMI Mix
La Roux "Quicksand" Polydor/Interscope Mix
CocknBullKid "Boys and Girls" Island/IAMSOUND Additional production / Mix
Emiliana Torrini Me and Armini Rough Trade Produce / Co-write / Mix
Franz Ferdinand Tonight: Franz Ferdinand Domino Produce / Mix
Hot Chip Made in the Dark EMI Mix
CSS "Let's Make Love & Listen to Death From Above" Subpop Remix
CSS "Music Is My Hot Hot Sex" Subpop Mix
Mr Hudson "Too Late, Too Late" Mercury Produce / Mix / Engineer
Brazilian Girls "Pussy Pussy Pussy Marijuana" Verve Mix / Remix
Lily Allen "Cheryl Tweedy" EMI / Regal Produce / Cowrite
Sia "Breathe Me", "Little Black Sandals", "Academia", "Pictures" Go-Beat Produce / Co-write
Kylie Minogue "Slow" EMI Produce / Co-write
Fatboy Slim "The Joker" Skint Remix
Sia "The Fight" Monkey Puzzle Co-write
Ted Zed "I Don't Mind" One Fifteen Mix

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dan Carey, findmypast.co.uk". Search.findmypast.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  2. ^ "BMI Repertore, Songwriter Daniel De Mussenden Carey". BMI Repertoire. Retrieved April 9, 2015. 
  3. ^ company check ltd. "DANIEL CAREY director information. Free director information". Companycheck.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  4. ^ "DAN CAREY - Record Producer and Song Writer feature at his private Recording Studio in London". Recordproduction.com. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  5. ^ "About Us |". Speedywunderground.com. Retrieved 2015-04-08. 
  6. ^ Corner, Lewis (11 September 2014). "A guide to this year's Mercury Prize albums". Digital Spy. Retrieved April 8, 2015. 
  7. ^ Earls, John (11 September 2014). "Kate Tempest 'can't compare' Mercury Prize nomination to 2013 Ted Hughes Award win". NME. Retrieved 9 April 2015. 

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