Grammy winning record producer, engineer, mixer, and musician Noah Georgeson began his career as a solo artist and a member of The Pleased alongside Joanna Newsom, and is best known for his extensive work with Devendra Banhart. Georgeson has produced four of Banhart’s albums, including co-writing a number of the songs, and he frequently tours as a member of his band. Banhart’s 2013 album Mala, produced by Georgeson, reached #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
Georgeson’s production credits also include the self-titled album from super group Little Joy (the collaboration of Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti, Los Hermanos’ Rodrigo Amarante, and Binki Shapiro) as well as Bert Jansch's The Black Swan (Drag City). He went on to work with Moretti again in 2011 when he mixed the Strokes’ Angles (RCA). Next, Georgeson co-produced and mixed Cate Le Bon's critically acclaimed Mug Museum (Wichita), mixed English singer & songwriter Lou Rhodes' album The Yes and I (Strata), and produced and mixed Adam Green & Binki Shapiro's self titled album (Concord). He also co-produced and engineered several songs on Natalia Lafourcade's Latin Grammy-winning album Mujer Divina, Homenaje a Agustin Lara (Sony Music). Shortly thereafter, Georgeson produced and mixed tracks for Dispatch frontman Chadwick Stokes' solo album The Horse Comanche (Ruff Shod) and mixed an album for Tree Top Flyers (Partisan).
In 2015/16, Georgeson mixed and co-wrote Lena Fayre's latest EP Is There Only One; produced, engineered and mixed UK artist Flo Morrissey's debut album Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful (Glassnote); worked on the new album Crab Day (Drag City) for Cate Le Bon; and produced, engineered, and mixed Devendra Banhart's ninth studio album Ape In Pink Marble (Nonesuch).
In 2017, he was nominated in three categories for the JUNO Awards (Canada’s music awards) for mixing Andy Shauf’s “The Party” (ANTI-); won a Grammy Award in the category of “Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album” for mixing iLe’s debut album “iLevitable” (Sony Music Latin); and won a Latin Grammy Award for mixing Natalia LaFourcade's Musas: Vol 1 (Sony Music Mexico). The latter picked up a total of four nominations at the 18th Latin Grammy Awards and is currently nominated for 'Best Latin Pop Album' in the 2018 Grammy Awards. Georgeson also toured as part of the West-Coast band with long-time collaborator Devendra Banhart, mixed Australian artist Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders forthcoming album Blue Poles (Self Portrait), mixed Alela Diane's "Cusp" (AllPoints) and produced and mixed Marlon Williams' new album Make Way For Love (Dead Oceans).
|Natalia LaFourcade||Musas: Vol 1 (Sony Music Mexico)||M|
|Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders||Blue Poles (Self Portrait)||M|
|Marlon Williams||Make Way For Love (Dead Oceans)||P, M|
|iLe||iLevitable (Sony Music Latin)||M|
|Devendra Banhart||Ape In Pink Marble (Nonesuch)||P, E, M|
|Andy Shauf||The Party (Anti)||M|
|Brodka||Clashes (Kayak)||P, E, M|
|Lena Fayre||Is There Only One? (Semper Augustus)||P, E, M|
|Flo Morrissey||Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful (Glassnote)||P, E, M|
|Rodrigo Amarante||Cavalo (Easy Sound/Vanguard)||P, E, M, Mu|
|Cate Le Bon||Mug Museum (Wichita Recordings)||co-P, M|
|Lou Rhodes||The Yes and I (Strata)||M|
|Devendra Banhart||Mala (Nonesuch)||P, E, M, Mu|
|The Strokes||Angles (RCA)||M|
|Joanna Newsom||Have One On Me (Drag City)||E, M|
|Adam Green||Minor Love (Rough Trade)||P, E, M, Mu|
|Little Joy||Little Joy (Rough Trade)||P, E, M, Mu|
|Joanna Newsom||Sprout & The Bean (Drag City)||P, E, M|
|Devendra Banhart||Heard Somebody Say (XL)||co-P, E, M|