Steve Fisk

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Steve Fisk
Turner & Fisk 01.jpg
Fisk (right) with Steve Turner of Mudhoney, 2007
Background information
Genres Grunge, Alternative rock
Occupation(s) Recording engineer
musician
record producer
Years active 1982–present
Labels Sub Pop, K Records
Associated acts Pigeonhed
Pell Mell
Website www.stevefisk.com
Steve in the Ellensburg studio, 1987.

Steve Fisk is a Washington-based audio engineer, record producer and musician.

Fisk joined the instrumental rock band Pell Mell in 1982.[1] With vocalist Shawn Smith, he formed Pigeonhed, which released its first album in 1993.

Fisk, who attended The Evergreen State College and was assistant engineer at KAOS, the campus radio station, was nominated for a Stranger Genius Award in music in 2015.[2]


Bands produced or engineered[edit]

Solo discography[edit]

  • Kiss This Day Goodbye, K Records/A.R.P.H., (1983), cassette
  • 'Til the Night Closes in, K Records/A.R.P.H., (1985), cassette
  • 448 Deathless Days, SST Records, (1987)
  • 1 More Valley, K Records, (1989), cassette
  • Over and Thru the Night, K Records, (1993), compilation
  • 999 Levels of Undo, Sub Pop, (2001)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Strong, Martin C. The Great Indie Discography, 2nd Edition. Edinburgh: Canongate, 2003.
  2. ^ Dave Segal (June 10, 2015), "Steve Fisk, 2015 Stranger Genius Award Nominee in Music", The Stranger 
  3. ^ The Rough Guide to Rock, 3rd Edition. London: Rough Guides, 2003. 615.
  4. ^ a b c d Woodlief, Mark. "Steve Fisk" CMJ New Music Monthly 92 (Apr 2001): 71.
  5. ^ True, Everett. Nirvana: The Biography. Cambridge, MA: Da Capo, 2007. 144.
  6. ^ a b Housman, Danny. "Pigeonhed" CMJ New Music Monthly 43 (Mar 1997): 40.
  7. ^ Ashare, Matt. "Heather Duby" CMJ New Music Monthly 75 (Nov 1999): 46.
  8. ^ All Music Guide to Rock, 3rd Edition. San Francisco, CA: Backbeat, 2002. 77.

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