Having trained under LA-based producer Miro Mackie (St Vincent, Cold War Kids) to become John Steel Singers-owned studio The Plutonium’s house engineer, 23-year old producer Aidan Hogg already has an impressive slew of credits under his belt. 

With a sharp ear for pop songwriting and a preternatural understanding of what it takes to capture raw, live energy in a recorded format, Hogg’s name can be found in the liner notes of recent releases from countless Brisbane legends like Robert Forster (of The Go-Betweens), Jeremy Neale, WAAX and more. Drawing on insights gleaned from his work alongside powerhouse producers Jean-Paul Fung (Last Dinosaurs, Birds of Tokyo), Tariq Khan (Bilal), Darwin Deez, and Eliot James (Bloc Party, Two Door Cinema Club), Hogg prioritises a full realisation of the artist’s vision within the context of a creative space that allows for plenty of room for experimentation.

Bio written by Liz Ansley (Mellum)

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