Steffan Pringlehas had considerable successworking with a range of artists in Wales. He has been a central figure in the success of many successful Welsh acts and is recognized by Radio pluggers and radio producers alike.
Steffan (age 27) started out as an an assistant engineer at Monnow Valley Studio, one of the UK's premier recording studio destinations; and as a young producer and with the artists he has worked with such asBoy Azooga, Himalayas, Estrons andFuture of the lefthis involvement in their sound has been a factor in their success. Based in Cardiff but often working remotely, Steffan has collaborated with numerous bands in some of the most prestigious recording studios the UK has to offer. His versatile, multi-disciplinary recordingspecialties have led him to have to deal with a number of scenarios. He knows how to respond, be constructive and come up with effective solutions to a wide range of situations or issues. Thank God I'm Not You, which Steffan produced, has reached more than11 million hits on Spotifyand the song is this season's new sound of FA Wales.
Steffan has sound engineered a diverse range of artists representing different styles and genres but guitar music is his specialism and main style. When his career in producing and mixing took off he started to build his area of expertise and client base in this area.
Some of the producer credits include guitar bands such as four piece Himalayas, Adwaith, indie risers The PitchforksandJack Perrett, London based alt-rock trio Berries, Future Of The Left,not forgetting his own band four piece Estrons. Steffan was an assistant engineer on releases by 2016 Mercury Prize nominee Seth Lakeman, Simple Minds, Charlotte Churchand Graveltones. The roots to Steffan's career begin with him starting out as an assistant engineer at Monnow Valley Studio, one of the UK's premier recording studio destinations, the skills and knowledge Steffan takes from that period played a key role in his development and progression to the sophisticated producer and mixer he is today. One of the early bands he worked with was Future of the Left and it continues to be one of the milestones of his career.