During this time, he developed his skills as both a producer and mixer, and invested countless hours learning the art of producing, engineering, and mixing.
Al’s break happened in 2012 when he moved into The Motor Museum. This is now his base and offers world-class production and mix studio. The relocation led Al to engineer Bring Me The Horizon's 2014 single 'Drown', peaking at number 17 in the UK Singles Chart and earning Zane Lowe's 'Hottest Record'. He also produced tracks for Southern, Michael Kiwanuka, and Etches.
2015 has already been a hugely successful year for Al; travelling to Santorini he recently recorded Bring Me The Horizon’s huge selling album ‘That’s The Spirit’, debuting at number two in both the UK and USA and number one in Australia. The first single 'Happy Song' reached number one in the UK Rock and Metal chart, and the second single 'Throne' was chosen by Radio One's Annie Mac as her 'Hottest Record in the World'.
As a producer, Al see’s his role as the conduit between the studio and the audience. Much like a director of a film, Al aim is to create a recording that presents the character and individuality of each artist. He is especially good at capturing outstanding performances, and his engineering expertise enables him to capture fantastic sounding productions.
If you are interested in working with Al, drop him a message via the booking form.