Phil Joly is best known for his work with Daft Punk, Lana Del Rey, The Strokes, Patti Smith, The Kills and August Greene. As a recording and mix engineer at Electric Lady Studios for 9 years, he has been fortunate to work with the best of the best.
In 2017, Phil won both a Latin Grammy and a Grammy for recording Residente’s self-titled album in the Best Urban Album category and in the Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album respectively.
Most recently, Phil has been engineering with August Greene (the supergroup composed of Common, Robert Glasper and Karriem Riggins). He also mixed Gabriel Garzón-Montano “Golden Wings (Chamber Arrangement)”; mixed 5 songs on Coyle Girelli’s Love Kills CD; recorded and mixed Maggie Rogers’ Session at Electric Lady Studios for WFUV; recorded Paul McCartney for the Charlotte Gainsbourg release, Rest; recorded Stevie Nicks for the song “Beautiful People Beautiful Problems” from Lana Del Rey’s Lust for Life release; recorded Florence Welch for Florence + The Machine’s “Wish That You Were Here” song for the Tim Burton film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children; recorded The Kills’ Ash & Ice release; recorded vocals and guitar overdubs on The Arcs, Yours, Dreamily; recorded several songs for Ryan Adams’ Prisoner release, including the title track.
Additionally, Phil recorded and mixed Lana Del Rey’s “Guns and Roses” featured on Ultraviolence. He also recorded and mixed Ryan Adams, Dan Auerbach, The War on Drugs, Courtney Barnett, Brandi Carlile, Violent Femmes, Hozier, Lord Huron, Martin Sexton, Aimee Mann, Bear’s Den, Josh Ritter, Steve Earle, and The Tallest Man on Earth for WFUV. Additional live mixes include Darryl Hall and John Oates Night at the Judo Arena, Drive by Truckers Live in Studio and Lucius for The Wild Honey Pie Buzzsessions.