Andy Magoffin

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Joel Andrew Magoffin, best known as Andy Magoffin, is a Canadian musician and record producer. He is the songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist for the indie rock band Two-Minute Miracles[1] and the touring bass guitarist for Raised by Swans.[2][3]

His extensive record-producing credits have led Now magazine to dub him "the Timbaland of southern Ontario alt-country";[4] he has produced albums for artists including Great Lake Swimmers, The Hidden Cameras,[5] The Constantines,[6] By Divine Right,[7] Royal City,[8] The Priddle Concern, Detective Kalita,[9] The Weekend,[7] The Burning Hell, The Patients,[6] The Parkas,[10] Panic Coast,[11] The Randals [12] and Jim Guthrie.

His studio in Cambridge, Ontario is called the House of Miracles. He is often credited on albums as "J. Andrew Magoffin".


  1. ^ Kelly, Jim (January 2002). "Two Minute Miracles", Canadian Musician, 24 (1): 78.
  2. ^ Sayani, Fateema. "Can't shake their small-town roots", Ottawa Citizen, 2005-08-04, p. E3.
  3. ^ Raised By Swans (2015-03-15). "about". Retrieved 2015-05-11.
  4. ^ Keller, Jason (2007-10-04). "Two-Minute Miracles Volume IV: The Lion of Love". Now. Retrieved 2008-01-20.
  5. ^ Wilson, Carl. "The Cameras: a candid shot", The Globe and Mail, 2002-01-10, p. R5.
  6. ^ a b Love, Noah. "Band together; It's not a life for everyone, but there's simply no other life quite like one spent making music", Toronto Star, 2004-01-13, p. E1.
  7. ^ a b Rayner, Ben. "Music makes troubled town more livable", Toronto Star, 2003-03-09, p. D11.
  8. ^ Rayner, Ben. "Once upon a Royal City ; Guelph-born band hits its musical stride only to change again", Toronto Star, 2002-04-11, p. H3.
  9. ^ Smiderle, Wes. "A second round of pet sounds", Ottawa Citizen, 2003-11-27, p. F3.
  10. ^ Matheson, Emmet. "The Parkas are starting to warm up after rather humble beginnings", Regina Leader-Post, 2003-10-04, p. A12.
  11. ^ The London Music Archives - 2000
  12. ^ The Randals Discography Archived July 17, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.