Producers including the award-winning John Leckie are to appear at a Music Producers Guild Networking Event in Glasgow on Friday 10th of June.

The event, kicking off at 6pm at the CCA, is running in conjunction with the SMIA and is intended to bring together artists, managers, producers, engineers and mixers, promoting discussion of the issues affecting the recording industry, and bringing together those working in music production.

It follows the MPG’s panel appearance at XPO North in Inverness the day before.

Attending the informal networking event are several familiar names. One is John Leckie, whose credits include a host of Scottish acts – Simple Minds, Trashcan Sinatras, Skids, Endgames and Cuban Heels. He has also worked on albums by Be Bop Deluxe, XTC, The Fall, The Adverts and Magazine as well as early work with Pink Floyd, and all the Beatles apart from Ringo. Oh, and he produced Muse, plus Radiohead’s The Bends, as well as the Stone Roses’ debut.

Also on the ‘lineup’ is Brett Cox, winner of the MPG’s Breakthrough Engineer of the Year Award for 2016, who wprked in Frightened Rabbit’s Painting of a Panic Attack, and Dave Bascombe, who has credits on recordings by Depeche Mode, Erasure, and Glasgow/Ayrshire 80s hitsters H2O.

Entry is free but attendees are asked to register first.