Andy Miller

British record producer
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Andy Miller is a record producer based in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland. Miller is noted for his production on influential albums by Mogwai, Life Without Buildings, Arab Strap, The Delgados, Scout Niblett, Songs: Ohia, Sons And Daughters, De Rosa and Desert Hearts. He is freelance, he now works at Gargleblast Studio in Hamilton but has mainly worked at Chem19 studios over the last ten years. Having recorded many early tracks by seminal Scottish post-rock band Mogwai in the mid-1990s, he has now recorded their album The Hawk Is Howling, which was released in September 2008. In 2003 Miller co-founded Lanarkshire independent label Gargleblast Records. Founded by Miller and friend Shaun Tallamy in May 2003, the aim of the label was to support, develop and release music by some of the bands Miller had recorded at Chem Nineteen Studios. Gargleblast's first release was "Gravitas" a/a "Hammer and Frogs", a limited edition 7" Single by Belfast band Desert Hearts on 20 July 2004, followed by "Camera" a/a "All Saints Day" by local band De Rosa on 9 August.
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