Jim Lowe is a Grammy-Award winning engineer, mixer and producer with a shimmering credit list that includes iconic artists such as Stereophonics, The Dandy Warhols, Herbie Hancock, Nick Cave, The Charlatans, Taylor Swift and Beyoncé to name a few.
Jim’s repertoire includes numerous benchmark recordings, notably the Stereophonics No. 1 single “Dakota”, off their double-Platinum album “Language. Sex. Violence. Other? ”. His relationship with the Stereophonics alone has seen him produce seven of their albums to date, five of which went straight to No.1.In 2010 he received a Grammy for engineering on Herbie Hancock album “The Imagine Project”.
Beginning his career in the early 90s, Jim honed his skills as both a live and a recording engineer at London’s ‘Nomis Studios’, where he worked with many legendary artists and producers comprising of artists such as Iggy Pop, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, Mick Jones (The Clash), Paul Weller, Womack & Womack, The Who and producers including Spike Stent, Alan Moulder, Pete Smith, Dave Bascombe and Colin Thurston.
In the 2000’s, as word spread of his talents as a multi-instrumentalist, mixer and engineer, Jim’s abilities led him to becoming a well regarded producer with artists eager to work with him in the capacity of song writer as well as mixer/producer.
Working with a variety of musical genres, Jim’s creativity and flair for melody and structure are earning him an ever-growing collection of co-writes as 2018 saw him release his second album “Mosquito” under the artist name “Atlantic Machine”, a glowing reference to his achievements.
Jim can be found playing guitar on Randy Crawford and Taylor Swift tracks, recording with Christopher Lee, engineering for Herbie Hancock or playing bass with Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols) and Earl Slick (David Bowie) as part of his live line-up. He is passionate about supporting new talent, bands/artists whether starting out or already established.