Producer/engineer/mixer/collaborator Mario J. McNulty began his career in NYC 16 years ago working for Philip Glass at his studio, Looking Glass. Within a year, Mario became a freelance engineer/mixer working for David Bowie and Tony Visconti.
In 2008, Mario won his first Grammy Award recording Angelique Kidjo’s star-studded release, Djin Djin. Little did he know when he left Phoenix to come to NewYork that it would take a little less than 7 years to reach such lofty heights. Mario has also worked with Prince, Laurie Anderson, Lou Reed, Earl Slick, Nine Inch Nails, The Raveonettes, Imelda May, Manic Street Preachers, Kashmir, Anti-Flag, Julian Lennon, Alejandro Escovedo, Alexa Ray Joel, Antony and the Johnsons and many other artists.
Recently,for two-plus years, Mario recorded the David Bowie release entitled The Next Day. The Next Day debuted #1 in 40 countries across the world! Additionally, has done live sound and recorded tours for Nine Inch Nails, Prince, David Byrne, The B-52’s and MuchMusic’s Video Awards.
Currently, Mario recorded and mixed Cynthia Erivo (The Color Purple) for the end title to a film, recorded The Last Internationale and recorded and mixed David Bowie music for the Brit Awards.
* Engineered David Bowie’s The Next Day and Reality.
* Remixed David Bowie’s single, “Time Will Crawl”
* Produced Semi-Precious Weapons debut, We Love You.
* Engineered and Mixed Laurie Anderson’s Homeland release.
* Co-Produced/Engineered/mixed Earl Slick’s upcoming 2015 release.
* Mixed The Raveonettes’ Beauty Dies EP.
* Mixed Anti-Flag’s The People Or The Gun.
* Engineered Anti-Flag’s The Bright Lights Of America, Neil and Tim Finn’s Everyone Is Here, Manic Street Preachers’ Lifeblood, Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips’ L’Avventura and Kashmir’s No Balance Palace feat. Lou Reed and David Bowie.