Charlie Thomas

Songwriter | Producer | Engineer

London based songwriter, producer and audio engineer.

Former chief in-house engineer at the world famous Pink Floyd-owned Britannia Row studios.

Past credits include: Pink Floyd, 5 Seconds Of Summer, London Grammar, One Direction, Paul McCartney, Jakwob, Kyla La Grange, Ella Henderson, The Saturdays, Little Mix, Example, JLS, The Wanted, Jamie Scott, Archive, Bondax, Cover Drive, Union J, Tina Arena, Benga, Anna Calvi, Cheryl and more...


Charlie has had years of experience in the music business working for both independent & major labels such as XL, Domino, Sony Music, Universal & Warner Chappell.

He has worked in many studios across the country with some of the biggest names in the industry.

He has racked up thousands of hours of recording experience and now primarily works out of his personal studio Back Row and Vale Studios in Shepherd's Bush.

Follow Charlie on IG @charlietmusic #charlietmusic

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Charlie is currently working with a number of exciting signed and unsigned artists alongside several major publishers and management companies including Modest, Bold, Authority Mgmt, BMG, Polydor, Parlophone, Sony/ATV and Warner Chappell.

The Usain Bolt of sound engineering.
— David Grant
Thank you Charlie for being such a super great engineer and for your many skillz, including magicking a choir out of thin air.
— Kyla La Grange 'Cut Your Teeth'
Amazing drum sound!
— Nick Mason 'Pink Floyd'
Best engineer in London
— Don Mescall
Worked long hours, always with a smile, lots of style and such enthusiasm for my songs
— Kirsty Bertarelli 'Indigo Shores'
Charlie’s experience of working outside the music industry in his previous life means that he brings a mature perspective to any situation and has made him an instant hit with all our clients.
— Britannia Row Studios
Charlie decided to β€˜pop out and find some people’. He came back 10 minutes later with about 15 people who worked at a luxury yacht firm round the corner. And they all came and sung backing vocals, which was pretty funny.
— Kyla & Jakwob 'I-D Magazine'