Eric J

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Eric J Dubowsky also known as Eric J, is a Grammy and multiple ARIA award-winning mixer, songwriter and record producer. He got his start at Greene St. Recording in New York City, the legendary home of early hip-hop artists Run-DMC, and Public Enemy. It was here Eric assisted engineer/producer Rod Hui. That led to a job working with famed Atlantic Records producer Arif Mardin in 1998. Eric has worked with artists such as Flume, Weezer, Chet Faker, Flight Facilities, Tove Lo, St. Vincent, The Chemical Brothers, ODESZA, Meg Mac , Freeform Five, Kimbra, Panama, Kylie Minogue, Yuka Honda, Joss Stone, The Rubens,[1] Art vs. Science, Marc Kinchen, Bluejuice, Lisa Mitchell, Faker, Carolina Liar, The Academy Is…, and actress Emmy Rossum.[2]

Eric received the 2014 ARIA award for Best Engineer for his work mixing the Chet Faker album, Built on Glass.[3] He received the 2016 ARIA award for Best Engineer alongside Flume for his work on the Grammy award-winning album "Skin".

He was lead singer of NYC band Essex, which he formed with Jeff Buckley drummer, Matt Johnson.

He sang and played guitar and keyboards in The Relationship[4] with Weezer guitarist Brian Bell and produced and recorded their debut album, The Relationship.

Eric worked as an engineer for the Los Angeles-based rock band Weezer on The Red Album produced by Rick Rubin.

He composed the theme song to VH-1's Metal Mania and the theme for World Extreme Cagefighting on Versus and later the UFC.


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