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Joshua (record producer)

Birth name Jon Schumann
Born 1971
Origin Denmark
Genres Rock, electronic, pop
Occupations Producer, mixing engineer

Joshua (born Jon Schumann in 1971) is a Danish and Swedish Grammy-awarded music producer and mixing engineer from Denmark. He has produced for bands such as Kent, Kashmir, Mew, D-A-D and Carpark North.[1][2]

Joshua produced the 1999 breakthrough album by the Danish rock band Kashmir, The Good Life, which gave him the "Danish Producer of the Year" award at the 2000 Danish Grammy Awards.[3] He produced the albums Tillbaka till samtiden and Röd by the Swedish alternative rock band Kent, released in 2007 and 2009, respectively. For the latter he was awarded "Producer of the Year" at the 2010 Swedish Grammy Awards.[4] In the spring of 2010 he produced three tracks on the band's ninth studio album En plats i solen, released on 30 June. He currently resides in London, UK.

Selective production discography

Year Artist Album Notes
1997 Kashmir Stand EP The tracks "Star My Movie, "Could You Kill Fred (Demo)" and "Theme from Skruk"
1999 The Good Life
2001 Home Dead
2003 Carpark North Carpark North
Mew Frengers The track "Symmetry"
2004 Claus Hempler Hempler
2005 Carpark North All Things to All People
Mew And the Glass Handed Kites The track "White Lips Kissed"
2006 Cartridge Enfant Terrible
2007 Kent Tillbaka till samtiden
2008 D-A-D Monster Philosophy
2009 Kent Röd
2010 Kent En plats i solen The tracks "Ismael", "Skisser för sommaren" and "Varje gång du möter min blick"


External links

  • MySpace
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Discogs
  • Wordpress
  • Mannhandle - { music and webdesign }

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