Catherine Marks

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Catherine J Marks is a record producer, mixing engineer and audio engineer.[1] She has worked with such artists as Foals, Manchester Orchestra, The Killers, Local Natives, Wolf Alice, Beware Of Darkness, The Big Moon, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Amazons, Arno, Howling Bells, Sunset Sons and Eliza Shaddad.[2][3][4][5]

Early life[edit]

Born in Melbourne, Australia. Catherine was classically trained in piano from the age of four and has a master's degree in Architecture.[4]

Career[edit]

Marks met the Grammy Award winning record producer Flood, at a Nick Cave concert in Dublin in 2001. After finishing her degree, she moved to London in 2005 to train as an assistant engineer under Flood at Assault and Battery studios in North West London. Catherine continued to work closely with Flood on PJ Harvey records "White Chalk" and "Let England Shake", and on the Editors' "In This Light & on This Evening".

In 2009 Catherine began working alongside the Brit Award-Winning British mixer and producer Alan Moulder, where she did engineering and mixing work on projects including Interpol, Foals, Death Cab for Cutie, Killers, Ronnie Vannuci and Blonde RedHead.

Marks won the 2016 MPG Awards as Breakthrough Producer of The Year.[6]

In 2018 Catherine won MPG Producer of the Year.[7]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Grammy Awards

Year Album/Song Artist Award Results Ref
2016 Moaning Lisa Smile Wolf Alice Best Rock Performance Nominated [8]

Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards

Year Award Results Ref
2018 Producer of The Year Won [9]
2016 Breakthrough Producer of The Year Won [10]

Selected production/mixing/engineering credits[edit]

Selected production credits:

References[edit]

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