Mauricio Carey

Mauricio Carey is a drummer, composer, songwriter, producer, photographer and graphic designer currently living in Atlanta GA.

As a drummer he was a founding member of seminal Atlanta indie-rock band Babyfat (now Ultrababyfat) and has performed live in numerous Brooklyn/New York City bands including Week At The Lake, Ropetrick, Belaqua, Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds, and most notably, The Go-Kartel.

His work as a graphic designer has appeared on solo records by ex-Jazz Butcher Conspiracy guitarist/singer/songwriter Max Eider. In 2000, his photograph of drummer Bryan Devendorf was used as the cover image for The National's 2000 debut record. Over the years, his photography work includes captures of R.E.M.'s 2010 US Tour, Pavement's 2010 reunion show in Paris, France and numerous tours with The National from 2000-2010.

As a songwriter and producer, he has made recordings and composed short-film scores under the monikers Music Industrial Index, It's Never Just You and most currently, Sky Blue Sound. He lives in Decatur, GA, with his wife/creative collaborator Rachel Carey, his daughter Abra K. Carey, and a large collection of vinyl records.



HWY-001 Mauricio Carey - The National album art The National The National - The National (Album) Brassland HWY-001 Europe 2001 Sell This Version
SIREN 23, TDKS005 Mauricio Carey - Special Edition 心配しないで Shinpai Shinaide 'Don't Worry' album art Max Eider Max Eider - Special Edition 心配しないで Shinpai Shinaide 'Don't Worry'(7", Single, Ltd, S/Edition) Siren Records (4), Tundraduck Records SIREN 23, TDKS005 UK 2014 Sell This Version
TDKS006 Mauricio Carey - Duckdance album art Max Eider Max Eider - Duckdance (Album) Tundraduck Records TDKS006 UK 2014 Sell This Version