Double O Zero,
Chatelaine (Toni Halliday),
The Alter State,
Twelve (Feat Martine Donovan),
Veteran producer/mixer/composer Nick Page actually began his career
in London on the other side of the glass by working A&R at Bronze
Records for artists like Motorhead, Wolfsbane and Diamond Head before
moving to East West Records, where he worked with The Wildhearts, Stone
Temple Pilots and Pantera. Next stop was Almo Sounds, where Page worked
alongside Jerry Moss and Herb Alpert with artists Imogen Heap, Gillian
Welch, Ozomatli and Peter Bruntnell.
Since relocating to Los Angeles in 2000, Nick has worked with music
producers such as Michael Beinhorn (Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson), Roy
Thomas Baker (Queen, The Cars) and Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin, Rolling
Stones, Free) and Fred Maher (Lou Reed, Matthew Sweet), and worked
on albums by Pete Yorn (Sony), The Bronx (Island /Def Jam), Fuel (Sony)
and Pre Thing (V2).
After being the Music Supervisor on the films Sweet Home Alabama (Touchstone)
and the X Games feature film, Ultimate X (Touchstone), Page became
the US manager of the hugely successful rock band The Darkness (Atlantic),
who sold 4 million albums worldwide.
The transition to mixing was natural for Nick, given the breadth and
diversity of top-shelf talent with whom he has worked. Page's mixing
credits include BB King Live (Geffen), Butterfly Boucher (Interscope),
Mia Dyson (Back Door Records), Griffith Frank (Geffen), The Drips (V2)
and The Bronx Social Club (White Drugs).
Even with a full plate, Nick continues to carve out time to write.
He recently produced and wrote for Toni Halliday (Curve) and her new
project Chatelaine, and he wrote and scored the music for the acclaimed
British documentary film The End. Page also has tracks in the forthcoming
horror film, The Unborn.
Nick's studio “Airlane” is located in North Hollywood,