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Spot (producer)

Spot, (born Glen Lockett in 1951[1]), is a record producer best known for being the house producer and engineer for the influential independent punk record label SST Records. He recorded, mixed, produced or co-produced most of SST's pivotal acts between 1979 and 1985. He is credited on albums by such notable bands as Black Flag, Minutemen, Meat Puppets, Hüsker Dü, Saint Vitus, Descendents, Minor Threat, Misfits, Big Boys and The Dicks. Spot has also produced several acts outside of SST and started his own label, No Auditions, in 1987. An accomplished musician and multi-instrumentalist, Spot later retired from producing to concentrate on performing, releasing his own material on No Auditions and, in 2000, on Upland Records (a label owned by former members of Descendents). He also played fidola on This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb's "Dance Party With...".

References

  1. ^ Earles, Andrew (2010-11-18). Hüsker Dü: The Story of the Noise-pop Pioneers who Launched Modern Rock. Voyageur Press. pp. 88–.  

External links

  • Spot's official website
  • Spot's MySpace page


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