Musician, composer, producer

Rob Ellis

Biography

Rob Ellis is a musician, composer and record producer who has worked across many fields of contemporary music since arriving on the scene in 1991 with PJ Harvey on the original trio’s debut LP “Dry”. Since then he continued to work with PJ Harvey throughout the rest of the 90’s and early 2000’s both live and on record, during which time he co-produced her much-admired LP “Stories from the city, Stories from the Sea” which went on to receive the coveted Mercury Prize for best album.

Over that same period and up to the present Rob has continued to collaborate on recording and live projects with a very stylistically diverse range of high calibre artists that have included Marianne Faithfull, Anna Calvi, Scott Walker, Bat for Lashes, Placebo, Mick Harvey, Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Dot Allison, Paul Weller, Pete Docherty, Robyn Hitchcock, Martina Topley-Bird, Brian Eno, Ed Harcourt, Torres, Cold Specks, Tom McRae, Marlon Williams, Swell, Coeur de Pirate, Fredrika Stahl, Laika, John Parish, Sivert Høyem & Madrugada as well as finding time to write and record five of his own albums, three under the name “Spleen” and two in his own name that are in a contemporary classical and jazz vein.

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