Tony Hoffer

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Tony Hoffer is an American producer, guitarist, and music mixer who is credited for his work on multiple platinum-selling albums including The Kooks, The Thrills, Beck, Supergrass, Turin Brakes and Air. His records have been nominated for multiple Grammys and British Mercury Prize Awards for his work with Beck, M83, Silversun Pickups, Depeche Mode and The Thrills.

Hoffer is most noted for his production and mixing of albums by Beck, Supergrass, The Fratellis (debuted at #2 in UK charts on 11 Sep 06), The Kooks (one of the top-selling UK albums in 2006), M83, Belle & Sebastian and Air. Hoffer has also worked with Fischerspooner, Grandaddy, the French group Phoenix, Suede, Sondre Lerche and Turin Brakes. Most of Tony's production work takes place in Los Angeles – usually with British bands – although he has also worked in Paris and Vancouver, and extensively in London.

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