The annual Music Producer’s Guild (MPG) Awards saw the names behind the past year’s biggest music gathered at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel this March. The event was hosted by broadcaster Mark Radcliffe, with names including The 1975 and Fontaines D.C. also in attendance.
Flare Audio was once again proud to sponsor the Music Producer of the Year award, which went to Dan Carey for his work on the Black Midi album ‘Ducter’, Kate Tempest’s ‘Firesmoke’ and Fontaines D.C. ‘Boys in the Better Land’.
UK Producer of the year 2020 winner Dan Carey, Fontaines DC and Flare Audio
Stormzy was awarded the MPG Inspiration award. He sent a “huge thank you” to The Music Producers Guild from his current tour, and a shout out to Chris Andoh, who was there tonight to take home the UK Single Song Release of the Year award for Stormzy’s hit single, ‘Vossi Bop’, which Chris co-wrote and produced.
Marta Salogni won Breakthrough Producer of the Year for her work with The Orielles, Georgia Ruth, Hero Fisher, Two Monkeys and Yak.
For a full list of 2020 MPG Award winners and sponsors, click here.
With so many music names under one roof, Team Flare took the opportunity to quiz judges, presenters, winners and attendees to find out what events and new music they rate for 2020. We grilled some of the people who have worked / are working with Stormzy, the Foo Fighters, Marmozets, Pink Floyd and Tigerpunsh, so if you’re looking for some inspiration for your diary and Spotify lists, read on…
Music to look out for:
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