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Justin Glasco is a Los Angeles based producer, musician and songwriter. 

Credits include session work with artists such as Andrew Bird, The Lone Bellow, Christina Perri, Avril Lavigne, Blake Mills, Matt Berninger (the National), Tristan Prettyman, Bo Burhnam, Dan Wilson and writing collaborations with Cary Brothers, Wild Rivers, Emerson Hart, Serena Ryder, Anderson East and Meiko.

His recent Production work can be heard on releases from Paris Paloma, Brett Dennen, Rivvrs, David Redd, Daniel Ellsworth, Wild Rivers, Annabel Lee, Ari Herstand, JOYCLUB and a slew of incredible talent with a new live project called Stories from his Los Angeles Studio. Projects from Merrick Winter, Brandon Jenner, Daniel Ellsworth & the Great Lakes and The Minnesota Child are coming soon along side more live sessions featuring Rufus Wainright, Tiny Habits, Rachael Price (Lake Street Dive) and YMUSIC! His work was recently featured on Showtime's Shameless, CBS's All Rise and campaigns for and Sony Electronics. 

This year, Justin had a top 20 single at BBC1 radio and top 10 Billboard Alternative single with Paris Paloma's "Labour" which has now reached over 200 million streams. The majority of her following singles and debut album were also produced by Justin. He was recently recognized for his engineering work on Ashley Mcbryde's Grammy Nominated and ACM winning record "Lindeville" and was named in the top 10 of Billboards Rock and Alternative Producer Charts. 

Justin endorses Istanbul AGOP Cymbals, Vater Drumsticks, Chase Bliss Audio, C&C Custom Drums, Walrus Audio, Sugar Percussion, Soyuz Microphonesand is grateful for their continued support. 

Photo: Jaime Lynn Photography

labour art
wild rivers
stories rufus
high life art
Meiko In Your Dreams
The Lone Bellow Walk Into A Storm
Anderson East Delilah
Cary Brothers Free Like You Make Me
Hugh Masterman Lost + Found
Andrew Bird
Tristan Prettyman Back to Home
Cary Brothers Kick the Can
Twilight Breaking Down
Roof Beam Carpenters Golden Hill
Peter Katz We Are the Reckoning
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