Jamie Savage

Jamie Savage has been working at Chem19 since 2005 when he helped rebuild the studio in its new location. He found his feet quickly in the studio, assisting on sessions with Phantom Band and Emma Pollock. In recent years he has become one of our most sought after house engineers, and has been involved in working with a broad range of artists, including notables such as Found, Twilight Sad, King Creosote, Aidan Moffat & Bill Wells, Malcolm Middleton, Zoey Van Goey & Miaoux Miaoux.

So Slowly Slowly Got She Up by Elle OsborneFactorycraft by FoundCheckmate Savage by Phantom BandThirteen Lost & Found by RM HubbertAqualung by Giant FangFlutes by FlutesHave Some Faith In Magic by ErrorsRadians by Verse MetricsThe Maginot Band by Peace and QuietSelf Help by Young AviatorsJames Duncan MacKenzie by James Duncan MacKenzieAll Reverie by CulannThe Shouting Cave by Turning PlatesPale Fire by Pale FireJuly Moon by Alistair OgilvySchool Of Velocity by Miaoux Miaoux

Jamie’s later projects have included recording Elle Osborne’s ‘Slowly Slowly Got She Up’ (Folk Album of the Week in The Independent), recording drums on the SAY Award nominated Errors album “Have Some Faith In Magic”,  engineering Found’s album ‘Factorycraft’ which was also nominated for the SAY Award and working alongside Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand on tracks from RM Hubbert’s last album ‘Thirteen Lost and Found’. He produced Flutes’ self titled debut album which has featured on many music blogs and Best Of 2012 Lists and has received regular airplay on Radio 1 and  6Music. He has worked with Alistair Ogilvy, Pale Fire, Turning Plates and most recently has mixed the brand new Miaoux Miaoux album due out June 2015.

Jamie is also a member of the band Olympic Swimmers.