Music

Produced and mixed by TJ Eckleberg; Mastered by William Bowden at King Willy Sound; Recorded in Osaka and Kyoto, Japan; Vocals, guitars and instrumentation by TJ Eckleberg

This might feel like home 2014 Produced and mixed by TJ Eckleberg; Mastered by Manes at Salt Engineering; Recorded in Berlin



West & Lime January 2012 Produced and mixed by TJ Eckleberg; Additional production and mix Tom Kazas; 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 recorded at Megaphon by Shane Fahey; Mastered by William Bowden at King Willy Sound; TJ Eckleberg vocals, guitars; Tom Kazas bass, keys, echo guitar on 9; Rory Toomey drums, percussion All songs Eckleberg / Kazas / Toomey



When you get down to it by TJ Eckleberg
Recorded at The Low End Theory Features production, mixes and contributions from: Deepchild; Peter Mayes (Pnau; Bob Scott (Inga Liljestrom); William Bowden (acclaimed mastering engineer); Richard Sanford (Van She, Delta Goodrem);
Rory Toomey (Metabass n breath) Campbell McGuiness (Entropic, The Phonies); Morganics; Tom Kazas (The Moffs); Barney Wakeford; Morganics; Spike Mason; Photography by Alex Craig; Design by Future Classic



illumineon March 2003
TJ Eckleberg – vox, guitar, trumpet; Didi Mudigdo – bass, piano; Philip Swan – drums; produced by TJ Eckleberg & Tom Kazas; cover design Andrew Collis



SUPERHYDRATED March 2003



Waiting room January 1997 TJ Eckleberg – vox, trumpet, Spike Mason – sax; Steve Crain – guitar; Andrew Massey – drums; Mark Lau – bass produced by TJ Eckleberg; recorded and Mixed at Skylab; Mastered by William Bowden