Julie McLarnon Producer/Engineer

Julie McLarnon is a female analogue recording engineer and record producer, known for working solely to analogue tape.  Founder of Analogue Catalogue Studio 



The plaudits keep coming for the Lankum LP 'Between The Earth and Sky' released late last year on Rough Trade.  MOJO Magazine awarded it 'Folk Album Of The Year' in their end of year roundup, it has been nominated in the Best Album category at the BBC Folk Awards as well as receiving a nomination in the RTÉ Choice Music Prize.  Further afield, the album has also been nominated for Best Album at Folk Alliance International in Kansas City.

Tompkins Square Records of San Francisco release the Brigid Mae Power LP 'The Two Worlds' on February 9th.  Recorded by Julie at Analogue Catalogue last year, the record is already receiving rave reviews from Uncut, The Guardian, Pitchfork and MOJO, with MOJO Editor Jon Mulvey tweeting that 'there won't be many better records released in 2018 than Brigid Mae Power's Two Worlds'.

Julie has recently finished up work producing the new album by Belfast-based cinematic folksters Wookalily, and is also putting the finishing touches to the debut LP by instrumental funk/soul band Freedom 35s.  She has also begun working on tracks with singer-songwriter Joshua Burnside, winner of the 2017 NI Music Prize.