Throughout the course of the last ten years British producer Alan Moulder has emerged as a key figure in shaping the sound of British rock and has recently been making waves in America as well.
Beginning as an assistant at London's Trident Studios, Moulder worked alongside fellow producers Brian Eno and Chris Thomas. Taking the formers penchant for experimental and electronic sounds, Moulder became a sought after producer by British noise rock bands such as The Jesus & Mary Chain, Swervedriver and My Bloody Valentine who sought the studio wizard out for his ability to push the envelope by utilizing new technology and effects. Moulder produced the seminal Loveless album by My Bloody Valentine and his experience with the keyboard heavy Depeche Mode led him to mix Nine Inch Nails Downward Spiral release as well as U2's attempt at electronica, Pop. ~ Steve Kurutz, Rovi