Jimmy Harry is a Grammy Nominated and Golden Globe winning songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist currently living and working from Los Angeles. Harry's list of credits includes a who's who of some of the biggest artists from the past two decades including Madonna, P!nk, Weezer, Kylie Minogue, Kelly Clarkson, Fisher Spooner, Oh Land, Santana and Britney Spears. Jimmy is a truly international songwriter and producer, with cuts in Japan, Australia and across Europe as well as in North America. In 2010 Jimmy's work was recognized with 2 Grammy Nominations. The first for his the song "Funhouse" from P!nk's chart topping album of the same title that was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. The second for the #1, hit song "Sober" that Jimmy produced for the same album and was also nominated for Best Pop Female Vocal Performance.
At the most challenging moment in the history of the music business, the industry’s truly original and courageous voices have been conspicuous in these last few years. Uniquely, the Grammy-winning songwriter, producer and entrepreneur MATT SERLETIC has stood out in both the creative and executive fields for over a decade. Now, he is developing a new music venture to address the call from the industry and consumers alike for bold, artistic authenticity and innovation in the future.
Producer/Mixer/Engineer Mike Plotnikoff has had a hand in some of the biggest and most important rock albums of the past two decades. A native of Canada, Mike began his career engineering albums from seminal rock bands like Aerosmith, Van Halen, Kiss and the Scorpions. But it wasn’t long before Mike took on the role of mixer as well, mixing albums for The Cranberries, Delerium, Yes and Motley Crue. In the early 2000’s Mike began engineering and mixing projects with Grammy Nominated Producer Howard Benson, starting with the breakout album Satellite from P.O.D. The collaboration between Benson and Plotnikoff has since lead to some of the most successful albums of the past decade including albums by Daughtry, Kelly Clarkson, Papa Roach, Flyleaf, All American Rejects, My Chemical Romance, Theory of A Deadman and Hoobastank.
Tom Lord-Alge is a three-time Grammy-Award winning record producer and mixer widely known as a leader in music mixing. He is the youngest of Vivian Lord's five children, Mark Alge, Lisa Alge, Chris Lord-Alge, Jeff Lord-Alge and Tom Lord-Alge. His older brother, Chris Lord-Alge and the lesser known Jeff Lord-Alge are also audio engineers.
Lord-Alge helped pioneer a method of digital tape editing known as "flying" vocals (e.g., using a piece of the chorus to accent a different part of the song, etc.).
Seattle native, John Goodmanson is a highly successful Producer and Mixer who’s work includes some of the most influential indie and mainstream rock of the past two decades.
Like many producers, John started his music career playing in punk and rock bands in his youth, but with his first job interning, and later working at, The Music Source in Seattle he soon realized the studio was where his true calling was. In 1993 he opened John and Stu’s Recording Place in Seattle with Stuart Hallerman but later sold his share to pursue freelance work. Over his career John has worked with such influential and diverse artists as Death Cab For Cutie, Owl City, Sleater-Kinney, Blonde Redhead, The Von Bondies, Sepultura, Hed-PE, Wu-Tang Clan, Nada Surf and Los Campesinos.
Victor Van Vugt is an award winning music producer, mixer and engineer. A native Australian who is now based in New York, Victor has had a long association with the careers of both Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and Beth Orton. Victor has made his reputation by working with artists that don’t necessarily tread the straight and narrow. Rather he gravitates towards interesting, even eclectic, rock artists who move to push the boundaries of what is considered mainstream music. That is clearly evident in his work with the aforementioned Nick Cave and Beth Orton, as well as artists like Chrissie Hynde, The Knocks, Gorgol Bordello, Luna, Athlete, Sarah Blasko, and PJ Harvey.