Jeremy Conlon

Left of Elephant Sound

Jeremy Conlon is a prolific musician, composer, music producer and sound engineer. His musician life started in Adelaide band The Violets, who had several high rotation tracks on Triple J in the 1990s, performing at 2 Big Day Out festivals, touring Australia and supporting many international acts. He was the main songwriter and voice behind Cooperblack, and currently in a new Electronic - Nu Disco - Melodic - Dirt outfit called Analechi. Jeremy has a Bachelor in Music (Composition), and these skills assist him in the process of work shopping songs and achieving the vision of songwriters in production and structure, at the same time having a passion to record music, particularly in non traditional recording environments, to capture musicians playing live.

He has worked in music retail for 14 years and has a vast knowledge of genres and styles, and maybe even catalogue numbers, and has had the opportunity to work with and assist Jim Mogine (Midnight Oil, Producer Silverchair), Chris Dickie (Augie March, The Pogues, Kasey Chambers, Depeche Mode), Craig Pilkington (Gurrumul, Audrey Studios Melbourne), Anthony Ruotolo (Avatar Studios New York), Chris Thompson (Triple J engineer and Martin Street Studios), Sydney Opera House Studio Tony David Cray (live Gurrumul recording). Jeremy has had the pleasure of working with musicians from many Northern Territory communites such as Manmoyi, Warruwi, Tiwi Islands, Titjikalla, Ikuntji, Kunbalanya, Elliott, Tennant Creek, Epenarra, Lajamanu, Minjilang etc..