Phillip Broussard


Phillip Broussard recorded the new Stereognosis album at RMV in Stockholm and mixed it at Immersion Sound in Los Angeles.  Phillip formerly worked at Kingsway Studio in New Orleans with Daniel Lanois on recordings by artists such as the Squirrel Nut Zippers and Afghan Whigs.  He subsequently moved to the Los Angeles area,  where he crossed paths with Rick Rubin, specifically through a recording of Mars Volta at Laurel Canyon Mansion.  Rubin subsequently invited Phil to work on recordings by artists such as Justin Timberlake, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, System of a Down, and SlipKnot.  Other notable artists with whom Phil has worked include Adele and Jay Z.  Phillip appeared on Swedish Television during the recording of the new Stereognosis in an entertainment new piece entitled “Beatbox builds bridges between people“.  Phillip was integrally involved from the first day of rehearsal in Stockholm until the last day of mixing in LA, giving vital feedback at countless steps along the way, and tirelessly supporting the creative vision of the project.  Suffice it to say that the phenomenal sound quality of the forthcoming LP would not have been remotely possible without Phillip’s involvement.