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Cecil (Adam) Bartlett - MPG Awards 2023 | Podcast

Breakthrough Producer Of The Year Nominee By Sam Inglis
Published April 2023
Cecil (Adam) Bartlett - MPG Awards 2023

Cecil (Adam) Bartlett is a London-based producer who talks to Sam Inglis about his career so far and being nominated in this year's Breakthrough Producer Of The Year category for his work on Here Is Everything by The Big Moon.

Now in their 15th year, the MPG Awards celebrate the best British talent working behind the scenes in the music industry. The winners will be announced at the MPG Awards ceremony on 27th April 2023.

Show Notes


00:00 - Introduction
00:43 - Route Into Music Production
01:33 - Working At Flood Studio
02:11 - Working Your Way Up
03:16 - Nominated Projects
05:21 - Recording The Big Moon
06:32 - Vocal Production
07:27 - Receiving Mentorship
09:14 - Pending Projects

Cecil (Adam) Bartlett - Biog

Hailing from West Yorkshire and now based in London, producer Cecil has spent the last decade engineering for producers such as Flood, Catherine Marks and Rich Costey on records including PJ Harvey’s The Hope Six Demolition Project and EOB's Earth, the debut solo album by Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien.

He has been involved in both Grammy and Mercury Prize nominated records as well as music for television and theatre, including BBC’s Peaky Blinders and PJ Harvey’s score for Ivo van Hove’s production of All About Eve.

In recent years Cecil has taken his wealth of talent and experience and turned his hand to production, developing exciting new acts such as Props as well as working with more established bands like The Big Moon on their recent album Here Is Everything, scoring them their first top ten.

SOS Editor In Chief Sam InglisInterviewer: Sam Inglis - Biog

Editor In Chief Sam Inglis has been with Sound On Sound for more than 20 years. He is a recording engineer, producer, songwriter and folk musician who studies the traditional songs of England and Scotland, and is the author of two books: Neil Young's Harvest (Bloomsbury, 2003) and Teach Yourself Songwriting (Hodder, 2006).

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