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Riley Bell

Riley Bell Music
Riley started his career at Revolution Recording in 2012. His first engineering credit was from early 2013 on Protest The Hero’s ‘Volition’ which earned a JUNO for Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year and debuted at 20 on the Billboard 200 in the US. As staff engineer at Revolution, he spent 3 years working with top Canadian and international acts like The Weeknd, the Rolling Stones, Nelly Furtado, The Tragically Hip, Gord Downie, The Arkells, Passion Pit, One Republic and Ryan Tedder, and many more. He also worked on many important Canadian recordings including many JUNO Award-winning albums, a Polaris Prize-winning album (Buffy Sainte-Marie -Power In The Blood), and even the first album ever to be recorded in Space (Chris Hadfield’s – Space Sessions: Songs From A Tin Can).

Most recently he engineered, mixed, mastered and lent production to Daniel Caesar’s GRAMMY nominated album Freudian, declared the best Canadian album of 2017 by CBC, which also earned him 2 Juno’s, one for Recording Engineer of the Year, and one for Best R&B Recording.