Matty Green is a Grammy nominated mixer and engineer known for his work with such artists as Dua Lipa, The Neighbourhood, U2, Grouplove, Yeasayer, Weezer and TV on the Radio to name a few. Matty is based in Los Angeles and works exclusively out of his own mix room, Studio 55.
Originally from Hamilton, Ontario, Matty began his career as an assistant engineer before linking up with Mark 'Spike' Stent. As Spike's mix assistant and engineer for several years, he gained an unparalleled level of knowledge and first hand experience under one of the industry's most successful and in demand mixers.
During his apprenticeship, a relationship began with producer and songwriter Dave Sitek (The Carters, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio), eventually becoming his go-to mixer.
He went on to win two Latin Grammy Awards for engineering Cafe Tacuba’s Jei Beibi (Best Alternative Album) and engineering and co-mixing Juanes’ Loco De Amor (Best Pop/Rock Album). In 2017, he was nominated for a Juno Award for Recording Engineer of the Year.
Some of Matty’s most recent projects include mixing select songs from albums including most of Dermot Kennedy’s Without Fear (Riggins), Dua Lipa's Physical + Love Again on 'Future Nostalgia', Alessia Cara’s This Summer (Def Jam), and Weezer’s single “End of the Game” (Crush/Atlantic).