Profile: Hugo Nicolson

Hugo Nicolson's 20-year music career has been extraordinary. He's toured with Primal Scream - whose album Screamadelica he also co-produced - and his engineering and producing skills have landed him a prestigious Grammy Award.
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Hugo Nicolson's 20-year music career has been extraordinary, writes Paul Watson. He's toured with Primal Scream – whose album Screamadelica he also co-produced – and his engineering and producing skills have landed him a prestigious Grammy Award.

Nicolson has also recently launched the first product from his own boutique audio brand Lisson Grove, which is dedicated to 'recapturing the finest studio sounds of yesteryear'; and he has just completed his first musical iPad App Polychord. Oh, and did I mention that he can't play a musical instrument?

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