Mike Crossey
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1979
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Mike Crossey Biography (Wikipedia)

Mike Crossey (born 1979) is a British music producer and mix engineer. He produced Arctic Monkeys' debut single and their first two albums. He has also produced records for Foals, Keane, Jake Bugg, The Gaslight Anthem, Tribes, Blood Red Shoes, The Enemy, The Kooks, Ninet Tayeb, Razorlight and The 1975.

Crossey started his career as a promoter of punk shows in Belfast before moving to Liverpool to complete his training. He remained in Liverpool, operating out of the Motor Museum, until 2012. During that period he produced some of the most critically acclaimed British indie acts.

After seeing the Arctic Monkeys perform he invited them to the studio and cut the band’s first EP Five Minutes with Arctic Monkeys . He contributed production on the second album including singles "Teddy Picker", "Fluorescent Adolescent" and "Brianstorm"

He has since produced and mixed albums by Foals, Keane, Jake Bugg, Tribes, Blood Red Shoes, The Enemy, The Kooks, and Razorlight.

After studying the sonic nature of BBC Radio One’s transmissions, frequency and compression, Mike has developed a solid reputation of creating separate radio mixes specifically suited for the channel. He has done so for acts such as The Black Keys.

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