Carlos de la Garza (music producer)

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Carlos de la Garza
  • Record producer
  • songwriter
Years active2006–present

Carlos de la Garza is a Grammy Award-winning mixer, producer, engineer, musician, and songwriter based in Los Angeles. He has worked with artists and bands such as Paramore, M83, Young the Giant, Jimmy Eat World, Bad Religion, and Ziggy Marley, whose self-titled album mixed and engineered by de la Garza won a Grammy Award in 2016. Paramore's Self-titled album, which de la Garza engineered and performed on, also won a Grammy award for "Best Rock Song" in 2015. In 2018 Wolf Alice was awarded the Mercury Prize for their album "Visions of A Life", which de la Garza also engineered.[1][2] de la Garza was also a member of punk band F.Y.P. from 1991-1993 and popular ska punk band Reel Big Fish, in which he played drums from 1999-2003.[3][4]


Year Artist Title Label Role
2019 Bad Religion Age of Unreason Epitaph Records Producer, mixer, co-writer
2019 Wild Belle Everybody One of a Kind Love Tone Mixer, additional production
2019 Charly Bliss Young Enough Barsuk Records Mixer
2019 Cherry Glazerr Stuffed and Ready Secretly Canadian Producer, mixer, co-writer
2018 Culture Abuse Bay Dream Epitaph Records Producer, mixer, various instruments
2018 Teenage Wrist Chrome Neon Jesus Epitaph Records Producer, co-writer, engineer, mixer
2018 Plague Vendor "Locomotive", "I Only Speak In Friction" Epitaph Records Mixer
2018 Wavves and Culture Abuse "Big Cloud", "Up and Down" Epitaph Records Mixer
2017 Cherry Glazerr Apocalipstick Burger Records, Secretly Canadian Producer, mixer[5]
Paramore After Laughter Fueled by Ramen Mixer, engineer[6][7]
Alvarez Kings Somewhere Between Sire, Warner Bros. Producer, mixer[8]
Wolf Alice Visions of a Life Dirty Hit Engineer, additional percussion (tracks 7, 12)[8]
2016 Wild Belle Dreamland Columbia Bass, engineer, guitar[8]
Jimmy Eat World Integrity Blues RCA Engineer[9]
M83 Junk Naive, Mute Engineer[8][1]
Lyle Workman Love (Original Netflix Series Soundtrack) Independent Mixer[8]
School of Seven Bells SVIIB Vagrant Engineer[9]
The Naked and Famous Simple Forms Somewhat Damaged Engineer[9]
Bleached Welcome the Worms Dead Oceans Producer, mixer, engineer[9]
Ziggy Marley Ziggy Marley Tuff Gong Worldwide Mixer, engineer[8][10]
2015 Night Riots Howl Sumerian Records Producer, mixer, engineer[8]
YACHT I Thought the Future Would Be Cooler Downtown Records Engineer[9]
WATERS What's Real Vagrant Records Producer, mixer, engineer, various instruments[8]
2014 Young the Giant Mind over Matter Fueled by Ramen Engineer, percussion[9][1]
Jaymes Young Habits of my Heart EP Atlantic Producer[8]
The Colourist The Colourist Republic, Universal Producer,[9] composer ("Tonight (Young Hearts)")
M83 Divergent: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Interscope Records Engineer[8]
The Downtown Fiction Losers & Kings Photo Finish Records Producer, engineer[9]
2013 Hellogoodbye Everything is Debatable Fearless Records Additional production, drums[8]
Tegan and Sara Heartthrob Vapor, Warner Bros. Engineer[9]
Paramore Paramore Fueled by Ramen Engineer, mixing engineer, vocal producer, percussion[9]
2012 Neon Trees Picture Show Mercury Engineer, percussion[8]
2010 Valencia Dancing With a Ghost I Surrender Records Producer, engineer[8]
Neon Trees Habits Mercury Engineer, mixer[9]


  1. ^ a b c Wong, Martin (2014-04-21). "8 Questions with Carlos de la Garza/Music Friends Studio". Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  2. ^ "Ziggy Marley wins Best Reggae Album for 'Ziggy Marley'". 2017-02-12. Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  3. ^ Miner, Patrick (1999-02-08). "Reel Big Fish reels in new talent, album". The Daily Nebraskan. Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  4. ^ "Reel Big Fish Hire New Drummer, Tour Canada". Chart Attack. 2003-06-18. Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  5. ^ "Cherry Glazerr". Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  6. ^ "Paramore Twitter". Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  7. ^ Coscarelli, Joe (2017-04-19). "Paramore Bounces Back With Old Faces and a New Sound". The New York Times. Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Carlos de la Garza credits". Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Carlos de la Garza discography". Retrieved 2018-01-30.
  10. ^ Moayeri, Lily (2016-05-31). "Ziggy Marley on 'Ziggy Marley'". Mix Online. Retrieved 2018-01-30.

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