Tristan Ivemy - Record producer feature

 

Watch our exclusive Tristan Ivemy video interview shot at Livingston Studios where he talks with George Shilling

Tristan began his music production career in 2004 while working at Metropolis Studios starting out assisting many highly regarded producers, Tristan worked with some of the UK's most influential artists. In 2005 Tristan produced, recorded and mixed the classic single GENERATOR by THE HOLLOWAYS.

 

Within less than a week of its release his first solo project was one of the hottest tracks in the country and in heavy rotation with DJ's such as Steve Lamacq and Zane Lowe. Since 'Generator' Tristan has worked with many amazing acts including TOWERS OF LONDON, FRANK TURNER, THE MESCALITAS and throughout this time gained valuable experiences in many of London's most respected Track and Mix rooms such as Battery, Konk, Metropolis, Britannia Row and Miloco.

 

Tristan’s recent productions include tracks with Island Records artists CLOCKS, the brilliantly reviewed single 'Silver' by THE ALONES, tracks for CHEEKY CHEEKY AND THE NOSEBLEEDS, 'Give It To Me Straight' by THE LOCARNOS, 'In The Presence Of The Lords' by CENSORED, the single 'That Day' by GILKICKER and the freshly completed mix of 'All Over Again' by THE RUNNERS.

 

 

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record producer and musician tristan ivemy behind ssl mixing console at livingston studios

 

In addition to his highly regarded skills behind the desk, Tristan is also a highly accomplished musician. This variety has allowed him to adopt and develop philosophies and standards which help to create an efficient, creative and smooth running session. Tristan approaches his work with a high level of professionalism, enthusiasm and passion for making great music.

 

At 25, Tristan is one of the most exciting young record producers seen for years. 'Discovered' by record executives and band managers alike he was taken on by Dangerous Management, London, UK.

 

Special thanks to George Shilling for asking the questions and to Livingston Studios.
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