Bio

Liam Moes (/muːs/) is a producer, engineer and musician based in Vancouver, BC. 

Liam got his start in the music industry as the drummer for the folk rock band The Archers. With them, he toured across Canada (playing CMW and NXNE) and recorded the band’s first EP in his basement, which prompted his interest in recording and producing. Songs off of that album went on to receive regular radio play on CBC Radio and earned the band a nomination for “Young Performer of the Year” at the 2012 Canadian Folk Music Awards.

In 2016, he attended Nimbus School of Recording and Media where he graduated from the Advanced Audio Engineering program. In the time since, he has worked at a wide variety of studios around the city, including Hipposonic, Monarch, Armoury, and Fader Mountain Sound. 

Liam now works as a freelance producer, engineer and musician as well as being a house engineer at Hipposonic and Monarch Studios. He has worked alongside many producers and engineers such as Mike Fraser, John Congleton, Dave Ogilvie, Ben Kaplan, GGGarth Richardson, Dean Maher, Dave Genn and Tom Dobrzanski just to name a few. His list of credits includes working in a variety of roles with artists such as Sanford, Raene, Chris Ho, Dave Beckingham, Mother Mother, Peach Pit, Corb Lund, and Luca Fogale.

 

"He understood exactly what I was going for and made the sailing about ten times smoother in the process." - Chris Ho on working with Liam on "Places You've Been"