Philadelphia-based duo Vita & the Woolf released the dark synth-driven track, Feline, just before hitting the road with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah in March 2017. Mastered by John Baker.
Recorded and Mixed by John Anthony, Mastered by John Baker. 'Entranement', the newest release from Philadelphia “underground jazz heavy” Ben Schachter. Ben’s new band QuadraPhilya features the legendary John Swana on Electronic Valve Instrument and young masters Leon Boykins on bass and Matt Scarano on drums.
John Anthony recorded and mixed 'You Can Love Me', No Good Sister's debut full-length studio album. Mike "Slo-mo" Brenner (The Low Road, Marah, Magnolia Electric Co), pulled double duty as producer and lap steel player. The album features musicians from some of Philly's favorite bands: Get the Led Out, John Train, West Philadelphia Orchestra, The Roddenberries, and more. Mastered by John Baker.
John Anthony recorded and mixed 2 albums for Norman David and THE ELEVENTET. Please Call was recorded in studio. Crazy in Philly! was recorded live at Plays and Players theater with the help of Steve Campagna and John Baker. Both albums were mastered by John Baker. The Eleventet produces breathtaking ensemble-playing filled with monster solos and is featured exclusively throughout the year at Plays and Players Theater, one of Philadelphia's venerable venues for the creative arts.
MASTERING for Lowlands Love Etc. Released on UK label Harbour Song Records, Love Etc is the newest album from Lowlands who have been called one of Europe’s finest roots rock bands.
MIXING and MASTERING for Kyle Carey's sophomore release North Star. The album was recorded at Gorbals Sound Studio in Glasgow by Kevin Burleigh and produced by Seamus Egan.
MASTERING for Begley McKay Stout. Catriona McKay & Chris Stout collaborate with Séamus Begley for new cd and Irish tour.
John A contributed drums and percussion, and John B Mastering, for Winifred Horan's Lost Girl Found.
MASTERING for Seavaigers. The story of Sally Beamish's 'Seavaigers' featuring fiddler Chris Stout, harper Catriona McKay and the Scottish Ensemble.
MASTERING for Vita and the Woolf. The band was started by Jennifer Pague. The songs are heavily inspired by synth pop, disco, and folk stories.
TRACKING, MIXING, and MASTERING for Solas' Shamrock City, their 11th album and most ambitious project & live show to date.
MASTERING for Catriona Mckay's Harponium. This collection of Catriona's music highlights her prowess as both harper and composer. Melody driven with Catriona's signature harmonic and rhythm harp style, HARPONIUM combines both the strength and delicacy of her harp with bold, warm, characterful harmonium.
TRACKING, MIXING and MASTERING John Train's A Wig and a Wonder. John Anthony began recording some of John Train’s weekly gigs at Fergie’s Pub. Anthony, a great supporter of John Train, felt that “what the band is doing over there was too good not to be documented.” A couple of the songs recorded at Fergie’s are actually included on A Wig and a Wonder (“Lord Baltimore” and the title track).
TRACKING, MIXING and MASTERING for Jill Salkin's What the World Needs Now.
MIXING and MASTERING of Liz Carroll's On the Offbeat.
MIXING and MASTERING of Skins and Songs by the Spoken Hand Percussion Orchestra and Philip Hamilton’s Voices.
MASTERING for Ensemble Novo's Blue Night with saxophonist and composer, Tom Moon (author of 1000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die).
MIXING and MASTERING for Ray Adkins' Starting to See.
MIXING and MASTERING for Cathie Ryan's Through Wind and Rain.