I play the drums, and the guitar. I compose and produce music. I edit podcasts. I also write novels. I probably sound quite annoying, but I’m not (really).


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What can I say about producer Stephen Street? Apart from him being the latest guest on our Game Changing podcast, that is. It didn’t fully hit me until I was making the Spotify playlist of some of his best tracks, when I realised I could’ve easily made it 100 songs long. To paraphrase LCD Soundsystem: he was there. He was at the controls when Johnny Marr strummed the opening riff to “Bigmouth Strikes Again” and when Morrissey sang “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out”. He was there when Graham Coxon played the stratospheric guitar solo on “This Is A Low”, when Damon first shouted “Parklife!”, when Dolores roared the chorus to The Cranberries’ “Zombie” and when the Kaisers yelled “Oh My God”. He’s one of the most prolific British producers of the last 40 years, and he sat down with Chris and me to tell us how he did it. Take a listen now, in the usual places!



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