Dan Cox is a recording engineer, mix engineer, producer and co-owner of Urchin Studios in London, England. He is best know for his work on Laura Marling’s 2015 album ‘Short Movie’, Peter Doherty’s 2019 album ‘Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres’ and former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore’s solo outing ‘The Best Day’
In a career spanning over 13 years he has clocked up tens of thousands of studio hours across virtually every musical genre, alongside recordings artists as diverse as Tom Odell, NAO, Lianne La Havas, Florence And The Machine, Marina and The Diamonds, Ghostpoet, Flume, Kele Okereke (Bloc Party), Fyfe Dangerfield, Three Trapped Tigers, The Red Krayola, The Staves, Lewis & Leigh and hundreds more.
He has also worked on numerous TV and film soundtracks, including Victoria (ITV), My Family and Other Strangers (BBC) Paddington, Under The Shadow, The Keeping Room, Jet Trash and many others.
Dan has spent virtually all of his career based out of London’s Urchin Studios, a studio he founded in 2007 with long time collaborator Matt Ingram. Dan won MPG Breakthrough Engineer of The Year in 2014, and has subsequently been found on the shortlists for MPG Engineer of the year in 2016, PSNE Studio Engineer of the Year in 2014 and 2015, and Resolution Studio Producer/Engineer of the year 2014.
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