John Siket

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John Siket
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John Siket (right) in the studio.
Background information
Genres Indie rock, noise rock, alternative rock, power pop
Occupation(s) Record producer, mixing engineer, audio engineer
Website www.johnsiket.net

John Siket is a music producer, recording engineer, and mixer.[1] He is best known for his work with Sonic Youth, Phish, Yo La Tengo, Dave Matthews Band, Blonde Redhead, Fountains of Wayne, Moe, Peter Murphy, Freedy Johnston, The Bottom Dollars and Ex Cops.[2]

Selected discography[edit]

Year Artist Title Label Role
2016 The Hollows Between the Water and the Wonder Wheel[3][4] Independent Producer, Mixing
2014 The Bottom Dollars Meet Me In Cognito Independent Producer, Mixing
2014 Peter Murphy Lion Nettwerk Records Mixing
2013 Leroy Justice Above the Weather Independent Mixing
2013 Andy Suzuki & The Method Born Out of Mischief Independent Engineer
2013 Ex Cops True Hallucinations Other Music/Fat Possum Producer, Engineer, Mixing
2011 Peter Murphy Ninth Nettwerk Engineer, Mixing
2009 Trey Anastasio Time Turns Elastic Rubber Jungle Engineer, Mixing
2008 Moe Sticks and Stones Fatboy Records Producer, Engineer, Mixing
2005 Fountains of Wayne Out-of-State Plates Virgin Engineer, Mixing
2004 Travis Singles Independiente, Epic Engineer
2003 Pete Francis (of Dispatch) Untold Scrapper Records Producer, Engineer, Mixing
2002 Railroad Earth Bird in a House Sugar Hill Mixing
2001 Moe Dither Fatboy Records Producer, Engineer, Mixing
2001 Strangefolk Open Road Independent Engineer
2001 Freedy Johnston Right Between the Promises Elektra Engineer, Mixing
2000 Phish Farmhouse Elektra Engineer, Mixing
2000 Moe L Fatboy Records Producer, Mixing
2000 M2M Shades of Purple Atlantic Engineer
2000 Phish The Siket Disc Elektra Producer, Engineer, Mixing
1999 Vertical Horizon Everything You Want RCA Engineer
1999 Guster Lost and Gone Forever Aware Mixing
1999 Paul Westerberg (of The Replacements) Suicaine Gratifaction Capitol Engineer, Mixing
1999 Fountains of Wayne Utopia Parkway Atlantic Engineer, Mixing
1998 Phish The Story of the Ghost Elektra Engineer
1998 Moe Tin Cans & Car Tires 550 Music Engineer
1997 The Replacements All for Nothing/Nothing for All Reprise Mixing
1997 The Geraldine Fibbers Butch Virgin Mixing
1997 Tindersticks Curtains This Way Up Engineer, Mixing
1997 Blonde Redhead Fake Can Be Just as Good Touch and Go Mixing
1997 Travis Good Feeling Independiente Engineer
1997 Phish Slip Stitch and Pass Elektra Mixing
1996 Phish Billy Breathes Elektra Engineer, Mixing
1996 Triple Fast Action Broadcaster Independent Engineer
1996 Dave Matthews Band Crash RCA Engineer
1995 You Am I Hi Fi Way RooArt Engineer
1995 Blonde Redhead La Mia Vita Violenta Smells Like Records Mixing
1995 Blonde Redhead Blonde Redhead Smells Like Records Mixing
1995 Soul Asylum Let Your Dim Light Shine Columbia Engineer
1995 Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts Geffen Engineer, Mixing
1995 Sonic Youth Washing Machine Geffen Producer, Engineer, Mixing
1994 Helmet Betty Interscope Engineer
1994 Sonic Youth Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star Geffen Engineer
1994 Freedy Johnston This Perfect World Elektra Engineer
1993 Yo La Tengo Shaker Matador Engineer
1993 Cell Slo*Blo Geffen Producer, Engineer
1993 Freedy Johnston Unlucky Bar/None Engineer
1993 Deep Purple The Battle Rages On... Giant Assistant Engineer
1992 Freedy Johnston Can You Fly Bar/None Engineer
1992 Sonic Youth Dirty Geffen Mixing Assistant
1992 Yo La Tengo May I Sing with Me Alias Engineer, Mixing
1990 Yo La Tengo Fakebook Bar/None Engineer
1989 The Replacements Don't Tell a Soul Sire Mixing
1986 Yo La Tengo Ride the Tiger Coyote Engineer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "We Interviewed Record Engineer John Siket". Vice Magazine. 2013-03-06. 
  2. ^ "John Siket in the Studio with Ex Cops: Producing Future Rock". SonicScoop. 2013-02-25. 
  3. ^ Frometa, R. J. (2016-05-21). "INTERVIEW: The Hollows". Vents Magazine. Retrieved 2017-02-08. 
  4. ^ Scott, Jason (2016-05-24). "Premiere⎯The Hollows Have A Rollicking Good Time With 'Midnight Band'". Popdust. Retrieved 2017-02-08. 

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