Sean writes deep dubstep and downtempo vibes under the alias ‘Commit’, and has released on labels such as Deep Heads and Interchill Records. His music has received support from Seven, Geode and Laurent Garnier.
Pip is a music producer, audio engineer and promoter based in Sydney, Australia. He runs the club night ‘Construct’, which has hosted sold-out shows for a variety of world-class artists, including Special Request, Zed Bias, Peverelist and more.
Kieran is a producer based in Manchester. He has written, produced and recorded for BBC Radio, mixed tracks from Kendall Calling Festival and worked on broadcast sessions for national TV. Kieran is also a guitarist and has performed across the UK.
Charlie is a freelance music writer who specializes in Drum & Bass. As well as making D&B under the alias 'Structure', he runs Breakbeats & Basslines, a news site, and record label revolving around all things 170bpm.
Experienced Technical Director and Lighting Designer living and working in London. Covering client-side as well as agency and supplier work through my agency BEAPOP Ltd. Previously with Maestra London as a Senior Technical Manager where I designed bespoke lighting, audio and video systems for private parties and corporate events all over the world
Alex is a producer/engineer/mixer from Birmingham, England, and also writes and plays in multiple bands. He is a big fan of using unconventional recording techniques and using room mic's as much as possible. Best known for working with guitar based bands but will happily work on anything from drum and bass to folk and beyond. Creativity is key!
Ben Fletcher is a Glasgow, UK based producer, composer and sound designer. His recent work includes sound design for the theatre show "Daddy Drag" by spoken word artist and theatre-maker Leyla Josephine. His solo compositions involve experimental electronic textures and exploring the boundaries between harsh/meditative sound and music. He currently performs electronic music live under the name “Lucian Fletcher”.
Chris is a guitarist and a composer formally based in NYC, and now residing in South Korea. Chris has played and recorded with artists like Mia Gladstone, Armen Paul, Misia Vessio, Mike Maher, Mia Jae and Bobby Sanabria. He studied jazz guitar at The New School of Jazz in NYC, as well as Seoul Jazz Academy.
Daniel has received countless international production credits and has worked as an engineer, composer, acoustician and studio designer. As a director of AKA Pro Audio and co-owner of A Sharp Recording Studio & Kiln Studios, Daniel has been involved in the development of numerous groundbreaking music projects and has published research in adaptive spatial electroacoustics and applied psychoacoustics as part of his Master of Architectural Science (Audio & Acoustics) degree from The University of Sydney, Australia.
Rowan Frizell is an Australian audio engineer now residing in London, England.
He has produced radio content for national Australian radio stations and assisted in several advertising media campaigns for significant multi-national companies. Rowan is also an avid electronic music producer and DJ with a decade of production and performance experience.
Joel Pearson is a freelance writer and the head of label Milk Thistle Records. DJing and producing as Scatterbrain, he releases original material, runs club nights and has supported some of bass music's heavyweight DJs. A passion for new and forward-thinking music saw him co-ordinate events for CDR Sydney and present shows on Sydney's FBi Radio 94.5 FM and Bondi Beach Radio. Currently living in Melbourne, Joel is honing his craft as a writer and musician for a number of forthcoming projects.
MGF Audio is Martin Peploe, a synthesizer and computer music enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. He is a graduate of UTS (BA Music & Sound Design). As MGF Audio, Martin has recorded thousands of samples of vintage gear over the years. Martin also specializes in Cycling 74's Max visual programming language.
Nathan Scholz is an audio engineer and musician living in Charlottesville, VA. Nate has done work for live shows, studio productions, theatre, and sound for film. He runs sound at The Southern Cafe and Music Hall and The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville, VA, and performs and releases music as Out on the Weekend. He is a bona-fide gear head in the world of guitar, bass, pedals, and recording and production. He holds an MA in Audio Technology from American University in Washington, DC.
Oguz has composed music for over 17 TV shows appearing on Discovery Channel, National Geographic, NBC, FOX, A&E, and other major networks. Some of his past credits include 'Billy The Kid: New Evidence', starring and co-produced by Kevin Costner. He also wrote for the TV series 'Making It' starring Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman.
Peter is a qualified practicing acoustic engineer who specialises in auditorium and environmental acoustics. As a classically trained musician with an undergraduate degree in Science, Peter pursued acoustics in a post-graduate capacity to meld his two loves, music and physics. Outside of engineering and academia, Peter DJ’s and produces music under the pseudonym Monako, flaunting his love of techno, bass music, and anything with a breakbeat.
Reinier Klaassen is a young studio guitarist based in the Netherlands. He has worked with Vandenberg's Bert Heerink, played on Dutch national television, and gigged all around the Netherlands. Reinier also is an aspiring artist having released his first single on Spotify under the artist name Roger Kaye.
Ricard is a Swedish music producer and licensed psychologist with a Masters Of Science in Psychology, awarded by University of Umeå, Sweden. He has been practicing as a professional psychologist for the last 10 years. Ricard also makes music under the artist name Wheel. He has made music for adverts (Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg among others), done remix work for high-profile artists like Barry Adamson, and also produces his own material.
Licensed Music Audiologist, Adjunct Professor & Audio Engineer
Steve is a licensed music audiologist, audio engineer, professor of sound, and entrepreneur. He has been recording and producing music for over ten years in the Chicagoland area. Further, he hosts and produces the Hearing Now Podcast. When he’s not in the clinic, studio, or classroom you can find him playing guitar and woodworking.
Troy Jansen is a sound designer and engineer specializing in modular synthesizers. He is currently finishing his BA in Theatre Design & Production at Arizona State University. When he’s not busy designing for theatre productions or buying too much gear, he produces music as the artist OmniOpera. Troy also runs Dark Label Instruments, a boutique company producing experimental noise hardware and Eurorack modules.