Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Gus van Go is a Canadian musician and record-producer best known for his work with the Montréal band, The Stills. 2009’s Ocean’s Will Rise won the JUNO Award for Best Alternative Album. He has also produced and mixed material for Whitehorse, Hollerado, Said The Whale, The Trews, Priestess and Australian indie-pop group, The Grates.
Other JUNO Award nominations include 2015’s The Glorious Sons’ The Union (Rock Album of the Year), Jeremy Fisher’s The Lemon Squeeze (Adult Alternative) and Rah Rah’s Poet’s Dead (Album of the Year).
Gus van Go has been producing and mixing records since 1995. In 2013, he and his co-producer, Werner F, were nominated for the Producer of The Year award at Québec’s ADISQ awards for their work with the band Les Trois Accords on their album J'Aime Tas Grandmere. The pair also had three albums nominated for the Album of the Year ADISQ in 2010, as well as the Producer of the Year nomination that same year. 2008’s, Vulgaires Machins’ Compter Les Corps, was nominated for a JUNO Award for Best French-Language Album.
Gus van Go began his musical career as founder, singer, guitarist and songwriter for the seminal Montréal band, Me Mom & Morgentaler.