Charlie Russell (producer)

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Charlie Russell is a music producer, songwriter and mixing engineer[1] based at Dean Street Studios [2] in London.

Russell has produced albums for Jamiroquai, Mark Owen and Hero Fisher, tracks for Passenger Alt-J and Robbie Williams as well as mixing for Chapel Club Jake Bugg, Kasabian, OK Go and Little Boots. He has recently produced The Strypes' latest album Little Victories, and rock band TONES tracks A.W.O.L. and Here On After

In 2002 Russell began working for producer Trevor Horn at SARM West studio; assisting with Madonna, Kylie Minogue, George Michael, R. Kelly and Ian Brown. Between 2002 and 2005 Russell worked with Will Young, Emma Bunton (for whom he also played drums), Kylie Minogue, Seal and Estelle providing production, programming and engineering for recording sessions. Russell has post mixed live shows for some UK based musicians including Black Sabbath, Kasabian, Paul Weller, Beady Eye, Alt-J and Primal Scream for broadcast/DVD release of their arena shows. Between 2007 and 2008 Russell joined Sub TV Sessions as music supervisor and mixer for projects with Laura Marling, We Are Scientists, The Wombats as well as acts such as Ben’s Brother and Passenger.

Alongside his studio and live music production, mixing, writing and engineering roles Russell signed to EMI publishing for a period of time and has since gone on to forge a partnership with fellow producer Bradley Spence. Often working together under the production company name WTNSS, Russell and Spence’s joint venture. Russell’s writing credits include Protocol, Estelle, Lucie Silvas, Jamiroquai and Hero Fisher.

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