Max Dingel started his career recording local artists in his home studio at his parents’ house. After moving to London he worked his way through the ranks of some of the UK’s finest studios (West Side and The Town House) before starting to engineer full time for the likes of Flood, Alan Moulder, Rich Costey and Steve Power. Max achieved success as a producer with White Lies’ debut album To Lose My Life charting at No. 1 in the UK.
Max has since produced many diverse bands and solo artists including James’ acclaimed comeback album La Petite Mort (2014) and Girl At The End Of The World (2016) as well as Miss Caffeina’s No.1 album Oh Long Johnson (2019). Max is a very hands-on producer often playing drums and programming beats and vintage synthesizers.