Red Hot Chili Peppers Mixing Their New Album
The group have brought in Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck) to handle mixing duties for their 11th album after teaming up with producer Danger Mouse on the recording. "Started mixing the new record today!," tweeted Smith. "@nigelgod at the helm."
Frontman Anthony Kiedis praised Danger Mouse's work on the project last October in an interview with Rolling Stone, saying, "He's very good about coming up with super-modern ideas, but he'll also touch on the acoustic guitar in the control room and strip the song down to its acoustic essentials. Which is a beautiful place to be."
Sessions for the group's first full record in five years were put on hold for six months last year after bassist Flea suffered a broken arm during a skiing trip in February 2015, which actually gave the band time to write more material for the project. Read more here.
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