Andrew Emil

Andrew Emil

A preeminent artist of Chicago's 3rd wave, Andrew Emil earned a chair in his native Kansas City Symphony before eventually moving to Chicago. Credited with over 200+ recordings, he began his career at Chicago Trax Recording Studios.

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A preeminent artist of Chicago's 3rd wave, Andrew Emil earned a chair in his native Kansas City Symphony before eventually moving to Chicago. Credited with over 200+ recordings, Emil began his recording career as an assistant engineer to Vince Lawrence at Chicago Trax Studios. It was during this time that he embarked on a prolific production discography—racking up over 200+ production credits—diligently producing projects for some of house music’s most prominent labels, including remixes for diverse artists such as Common, Kanye West, Little Louie Vega, Jamie Principle, Steve “Silk” Hurley, Shalamar, Roland Clark, David Morales, and Amp Fiddler, to name a few.