Chris Woodhouse

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Chris Woodhouse
Genres Garage rock, experimental rock
Occupation(s) Recording engineer, record producer, musician
Instruments Drums, bass guitar, keyboards, guitar, percussion
Associated acts Thee Oh Sees, The Intelligence, Ty Segall

Chris Woodhouse is an American recording engineer, record producer and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known for his work with the San Francisco-based garage rock acts, Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, The Intelligence, Sic Alps and Fuzz.[1]

Alongside his recording duties, Woodhouse is a former member of both The Intelligence and Mayyors,[2] and often contributes musically to Thee Oh Sees. He was listed as a full contributing band member on the band's studio albums, Drop (2014) and Mutilator Defeated At Last (2015).[3]

Career[edit]

Woodhouse's former "home base" studio was The Dock, in Sacramento, California.[4]

Discography[edit]

Year Title Artist Credits
1998 Forbidden Fruit The Bananas Engineer, mixing
1998 The Great Lost Trouble Makers Album The Trouble Makers Producer
2001 A Slippery Subject The Bananas Engineer, mixing
2003 Nautical Rock 'N' Roll The Bananas Engineer, mixing
2003 Useless & Modern FM Knives Engineer, mixing
2003 How to Plan Successful Parties The Dipers Producer
2004 Sounds of Violence Th' Losin Streaks Producer
2005 Team Sleep Team Sleep Engineer, mixing
2005 Take Ecstasy with Me/Get Up !!! Guitar, overdubs
2005 I've Visited the Island of Jocks and Jazz The Hospitals Engineer, mixing
2006 Nightlife Erase Errata Engineer
2007 Sexrat Sexrat Mixing
2007 Myth Takes !!! Mixing, tracking
2003 New Animals The Bananas Engineer, mixing
2008 The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending a Night In Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing, drums, percussion
2009 Help Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing
2010 Warm Slime Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing
2011 Wild Flag Wild Flag Engineer, mixing
2011 IVXLCDM Wounded Lion Engineer, guitar, effects, organ
2011 Castlemania Thee Oh Sees Mixing
2011 Carrion Crawler/The Dream Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing
2012 Under the Water Under the Ground Lamps Engineer
2012 Slaughterhouse Ty Segall Band Engineer, mixing
2012 Sic Alps Sic Alps Mixing
2012 Putrifiers II Thee Oh Sees Engineer, bass guitar, drums, percussion
2012 Occupy This Album Various Artists Engineer, mixing
2012 Everybody’s Got It Easy But Me The Intelligence Engineer
2013 Floating Coffin Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing, mastering, percussion
2013 Moon Sick Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing, mastering
2013 Lost Control Dog Party Engineer
2013 Disconnect TV Ghost Producer, engineer, arranger
2013 Fuzz Fuzz Engineer, mixing
2013 Butter Knife Audacity Engineer
2013 Live in San Francisco White Fence Engineer, mixing
2013 Live in San Francisco Fuzz Engineer, mixing
2014 Drop Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing, mastering, bass guitar, drums, mellotron
2014 Zig Zags Zig Zags Mixing
2014 Live in San Francisco OBN III's Engineer, mixing
2014 Manipulator Ty Segall Producer, engineer, mixing, piano, synthesizer, percussion
2014 Meatbodies Meatbodies Mixing
2014 Breakfast of Failures The Blind Shake Engineer
2014 Live in San Francisco Icky Boyfriends Engineer, mixing
2015 Live in San Francisco Ty Segall Mixing
2015 Live in San Francisco Destruction Unit Mixing
2015 Golem Wand Producer, engineer, mixing
2015 Fight Fire POW! Producer, engineer, mixing
2015 Mutilator Defeated At Last Thee Oh Sees Engineer, mixing, synthesizer, percussion, mellotron
2015 Cold Hot Plumbs Damaged Bug Engineer, mixing
2015 Vol. 4 Dog Party Engineer, piano, hand claps
2015 Live in San Francisco The Blind Shake Engineer, mixing
2015 Vintage Future The Intelligence Producer, engineer, mixing, drums
2015 Limbo Summer Twins Producer, engineer, mixing, mellotron
2015 As If !!! Mixing, guitar
2016 Misery SCRAPER Producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maloney, Devon. "Thee Oh Sees Switch Up On New Darker LP". rollingstone.com. Retrieved 15 November 2015. 
  2. ^ Lefebvre, Sam. "Thee Oh Sees' John Dwyer's Vinegar Mirror Photo Book Vacation". spin.com. Retrieved 15 November 2015. 
  3. ^ Watts, Peter. "Thee Oh Sees - Drop". uncut.co.uk. Retrieved 15 November 2015. 
  4. ^ "The Dock - Home". thedockstudio.com. Retrieved 15 February 2018.