MPG Winners

MPG Winners
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The 2013 Music Producers Guild Awards took place at Cafe de Paris in London on 8th February, with a total of 18 awards being presented. The top award for Producer of the Year - which also gives the winner the BRIT Award for Best Producer - went to Paul Epworth for his work on Florence + The Machine’s Ceremonials.

Steve Levine, Chairman of the Music Producers Guild, said: “When it comes to talent and creativity, British music production has a long legacy that is internationally recognised and respected. Younger recording professionals are the life blood of our industry, and we are delighted that so many of them have been Award recipients this year. Recording professionals play a vitally important part in the success of the UK and international music industry and we are happy to honour their achievements, not just to give them the accolades they deserve, but also to motivate the next generation of 100,000 music students in the UK who will be the producers and engineers of the future.”

The awards ceremony, hosted by Lauren Laverne, also honoured Sir George Martin CBE, who was presented with the Outstanding Contribution to UK Music Award.

The full list of Music Producers Guild 2013 Award Winners is:

UK Producer of the Year: Paul Epworth

Recording Engineer of the Year: Al O’Connell
Mix Engineer of the Year: Alan Moulder
Mastering Engineer of the Year: Matt Colton
Live Production of the Year: Bon Iver at AIR Studios
UK Album of the Year: Florence + The Machine – Ceremonials
UK Single Song Release of the Year: The Maccabees – Pelican
Remixer of the Year: UNKLE
Breakthrough Producer of the Year: Charlie Andrew
Breakthrough Engineer of the Year: Charlie Hugall
International Producer of the Year: Danger Mouse
International Recording Engineer of the Year: Tchad Blake
Studio of the Year: Snap! Studios
The A&R Award:Richard Russell
The Unsung Hero Award: Rebecca la Porta & Paul Walmsley
The MPG Innovation Award: Björk
The MPG Inspiration Award:Glyn Johns
The Outstanding Contribution to UK Music: Sir George Martin CBE

www.mpgawards.com

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