Lars Stalfors

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Lars Stalfors
Genres Progressive rock
Occupation(s) Musician, record producer, engineer
Instruments Synthesizer, sound technician
Associated acts The Mars Volta, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Matt and Kim, Funeral Party

Lars Stalfors is an American musician, record producer and engineer[1] from Los Angeles, California, noted for his contributions to The Mars Volta and the Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group.[2] A multi-instrumentalist, Stalfors has produced albums for both Matt and Kim and Funeral Party.[3]

Discography[edit]

Throughout his career Stalfors has worked with a range of artists and bands in various genres both as a musician, record engineer, producer and mixer.[1]

Band or artist Album Year Credits
DiGiTs DiGiTs 2005 Producer/Engineer
Neon Lipstick Neon Lipstick 2005 Producer/Engineer
Matt & Kim Matt & Kim 2006 Producer, engineer, mixing
Bark Bark Bark Haunts 2007 Mastering
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez The Apocalypse Inside of an Orange 2007 Engineer
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Calibration (Is Pushing Luck and Key Too Far) 2007 Engineer
The Mars Volta The Bedlam in Goliath 2008 Engineer
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Jeremy Michael Ward Omar Rodriguez Lopez & Jeremy Michael Ward 2008 Processing
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Old Money 2008 Engineer
Matt and Kim Grand 2009 Mixing consultant
The Mars Volta Octahedron 2009 Engineer
El Grupo Nuevo de Omar Rodriguez Lopez Cryptomnesia 2009 Engineer
Juliette Lewis Terra Incognita 2009 Engineer
Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Xenophanes 2009 Engineer
Marnie Stern Marnie Stern 2010 Keyboards, mixing
Funeral Party The Golden Age of Knowhere 2011 Producer, engineer
Le Butcherettes Sin, Sin, Sin 2011 Engineer, mixing
Big Sir Before Gardens After Gardens 2012 Engineer, mixing
The Mars Volta Noctourniquet 2012 Engineer, mixing
Cold War Kids Dear Miss Lonelyhearts 2013 Co-producer with Dann Gallucci
Cold War Kids Hold My Home 2014 Co-producer with Dann Gallucci

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Lars Stalfors | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 16 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Blue Microphones | Lars Stalfors". bluemic.com. Retrieved 16 February 2012. 
  3. ^ Houser, Kristen. "Interview with Lars Stalfors | LA Music Blog". lamusicblog.com. Retrieved 16 February 2012. 

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