SACHA HANLET

Musician, Producer, Singer-Songwriter

Sacha Hanlet is most well known as drummer in the instrumental math rock band Mutiny On The Bounty

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With more than 700 shows played in Europe, Asia and USA including festivals such as Roskilde, Melt!, Primavera Sound, Great Escape, SXSW and touring with or supporting bands such as Foals, Battles, Biffy Clyro, Alt J, And So I Watch You From Afar.

Mutiny On The Bounty redefined the genre and shared an intense amount of energy with crowds all over the world. Currently the band is writing and producing their 4th album at Falcon Studios.

Sacha’s creative journey soon led him to, Them Lights. Influenced by the early work of Michael Jackson, the sounds of artists like Radiohead, SOHN, Jai Paul and the productions of Timbaland and Pharrell Williams, it wasn’t until 2017 that he fully immersed himself in the world of Them Lights. Starting with the propulsive “Got No”, in 2018. In 2019, Sacha released the track “Mysterious Lights” accompanied by the sci-fi movie-like video, shot in Iceland.

Them Lights live shows are a captivating experience with heavy beats. Looped vocals and a custom made light show! In 2020, Sacha started to work under his longtime nickname FALCON and set up his recording studio in Rumelange, Luxembourg. After releasing the first tracks of his solo project, Them Lights, 2018 took him down the path of co-writing and producing music for a wide-range of artists and genres from hip-hop and electro to rock and pop. Sacha’s feeling and love for groove, which has become his signature, is what makes him stand out as a producer and quickly gained him recognition in and around Luxembourg.

  • “My very first cardioid condenser mic was the sE2200 and has never left my side since. A very strong contender compared to much more expensive cardioid condenser mics!”

    — Sacha Hanlet (Musician, Producer, Singer-Songwriter)
  • “I love recording loud, powerful vocals whether shouting or screaming, through the sE2200 and V7 dynamic. Combined with my 511 Rupert Neve Portico and MP573 preamps, the results are unreal!”

    — Sacha Hanlet (Musician, Producer, Singer-Songwriter)
  • “Considering that Amy Winehouse used to record her vocals with the 2200a, using the sE2200 was a no brainer!”

    — Sacha Hanlet (Musician, Producer, Singer-Songwriter)