BRETT SHAW

Brett Shaw (Resident Producer, Engineer, Mixer) Recent work includes recording on Lady Gaga‘s No1 Billboard chart album- “Joanne” with Mark Ronson (Brett’s fourth official No1 recording credit), as well as  Starting recording on the follow up Album to Florence and the Machine’s “How big, How Blue, How Beautiful. Before that he has been engineering on  Clean Bandit‘s track “Rather be” that won Best Dance Recording at this years GRAMMY awards, as well as producing a track on Florence and the Machine’s latest album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful– (Deluxe edition that went to number 1 in the U.K the U.S and twenty other countries album charts). “Rather be” went on to become the fasting selling single since “Spaceman” by Babylon zoo in 1996 as well as receiving the most streams in a single week on spotify ever! (1.09 Million, and 200 million youtube views) It was also voted 4th best song of 2014 on Billboard and won Best contemporary song and Most performed work at the 2015 Ivor Novello awards .

Other notable work includes chart success with both his engineering and production work, with a top 20 album by Daughter (Engineering- If You Leave / 2013 won the Independent Album of the Year trophy / 2013 AIM Independent Music Awards) and a co production credit on Swim Deep‘s top 20 album album (For the track- Red Lips I know) as well as recording Eliza Doolitle on the top ten Disclosure single “You and me” and recording for her up coming album.

Following signing with his band South to Mo Wax records in 1998, Brett has been writing, performing, producing, engineer and mixing, becoming an established industry proffesional working with many of today’s top acts. A multi-instrumentalist and writer Brett also co-wrote the score to Jonathan Glazer’s film Sexy Beast and has secured a number of synchs including films such as Goal and major TV series including The OC, CSI and Six Feet Under. Recent commercial compositions include work for- Virgin Atlantic, Barclays and Boots.

Being flexible with the type of music he works with, Brett brings musical integrity and authenticity to any project. His production style is unique and original with a genuine edge.

Credits here – http://www.miloco.co.uk/engineers/brett-shaw.php

Resident Producer, Mixer and Engineer Brett Shaw has been working with-

Florence and the Machine (Island), Daughter (4AD), Rufus Wainwright (DECCA), Paul Banks (Interpol), Eliza Doolitlle (EMI), Swim Deep (Chess club), The Kooks, (Virgin), Splashh (Luv Luv Luv), Kyla La Grange (Chess Club/sony), Jamie T(Pacemaker),Say Lou Lou (Sony), Funeral Party (Sony Music), Jack Bruce (Cream), Marcus Foster (Communion), Roisin Murphy (Moloko), Wolfgang (Atlantic/Warner Records), Ghostpoet (Brownswood), Rita Ora (RocNation),Skepta and Ed Sheeran (Atlantic).

Kyla has been recording her debut record with exciting newcomer Brett Shaw (South, UNKLE) “ SXSW Festival

“Brett Shaw’s stellar production, which wraps the entire set in a sublime gauze of sound, blurring the aural edges and smoothing over sharp genre corners.” BILLBOARD

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Projects Brett has been involved in include- Engineer “Best Dance recording” 2015 Grammys For Clean Bandit’s “Rather be”. Rather be was a U.K no1 single which was also on the U.K no 3 Album “New eyes” and the U.K no1 album “I Cry when I laugh” by Jess Glynne  (deluxe edition).

Production credit on Florence and the Machine album “How big, how blue, how beautiful”(Deluxe edition) which was a No1 in twenty countries including the U.K and the U.S .

Recorded Eliza Dolittle for Disclosures top ten single “You and me”

Co Production credit on “Red lips I know” for Swim deeps top 20 first album.

Engineering on Daughters top 20 album “If you leave” which also won best album at the Ivor Novello awards

Four Amazing radio No1’s (Three Kyla La Grange, one Jagaara )

One No2 single in the country chart for Jake Morrell’s “Wire and thorns”

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