Goetz Botzenhardt teamed up with Rollo Armstrong in the nineties and their collaboration led to many of the big dance records and remixes of the time. He went on to record and mix the first two highly acclaimed Faithless albums and then recorded Dido’s multiplatinum-selling Album ‘No Angel’.
Encompassing a more eclectic combination of genres, Goetz recorded and mixed the Sugababes’ debut album ‘One Touch’, including their first hit ‘Overload’, as well as mixing for the Craig David, The Pet Shop Boys, The Cardigans, Bjork, The Cinematic Orchestra and Hikaru Utada, one of Japan’s most successful female artists.
Goetz Botzenhardt has further expanded his skills into mixing for film and TV and he is the mixer of choice for renowned composers Christian Henson, Martin Phipps and Anne Nikitin. Goetz mixed Daniel Pemberton’s score for 2016 Oscar favourite ‘Steve Jobs’ directed by Danny Boyle.
Recently, Goetz produced Tanita Tikaram’s album ‘Closer to the People’ and mixed tracks for Tileyard Production’s artists Ella Eyre, Sigala, Montana and Tito Jackson and singles for Pet Shop Boys.
Read more about Goetz in our interview.