The audio apostle collective are a group of likeminded music producers who have come together to form a creative and supportive coalition, to help and nurture each and every member with their ideas and goals. The friendly group are able to offer constructive and insightful critique on works in progress and recent releases, information and guidance on production techniques and sound design. Together with monthly remix challenges and weekly track spotlights and promotion, it is a positive melting pot of creativity.
I am super excited to be a part of the collective, and feel it’s a great positive force for my music production and creativity.
We are a group of music producers, sharing our individual talents beyond the music, ranging from production, promotion, content creation, marketing and event organization. We realized that by forming a collective we can love what we do with other people and help aspiring artists better promote themselves. For no musician should have to do it alone, and big things can happen when we work together.
Check out the Audio Apostles website HERE for the full lowdown, and Soundcloud to hear work from the collective HERE
My latest track ‘Far Above’ is now up on my Soundcloud Profile to stream and download. Alternatively you can have a listen right here by hitting the music tab opposite <
This is the first time I’ve made use of Serum (soft synth), so was a learning process. I also took a while to get the mix right on this one and I’m still not sure I’ve quite nailed it, so forgive me if its a little rough around the edges. Still learning with the mix down and mastering thing!
The Decibel crew will return to home turf this Saturday when they put on their fourth event in what has been a great first year for the collective of talented individuals who make up the Decibel family.
This time the Harley will be host to not only the Decibel resident talent but will see Mella Dee headlining. More info below…
Well, what a weekend! My first time attending Mint Festival, but the sixth year for the festival itself, this year being held at Stockeld Estate near Wetherby. With a pretty stacked lineup across five primary stages, along with a few smaller tents and areas with DJ’s playing all day there was no shortage of chances to party wherever you found yourself. Highlights for me over the course of the day were Bobby O’Donnell and Elliot Adamson getting things going on the Edible stage and Enzo Siragusa B2B with Archie Hamilton a little later on the outdoor System stage which then welcomed the hotly anticipated first set from Seth Troxler going B2B with Craig Richards.
More treats were to be had in each arena once darkness had fell with the respective headline acts rounding things off. I stuck around the System stage to see Ricardo Villalobos before heading back to the Edible arena to see the night out watching Troxler, The Martinez Brothers and Eats Everything close things out in style. Elsewhere on the ‘Knee Deep In Sound’ stage Hot Since 82 headlined and Hannah Wants wrapped thing up on ‘No Curfew’s stage – both of whom I’d liked to have seen play but sadly there are always going to be clashes of set times. Other artists I’d have liked to have seen were Loco Dice , Patrick Topping and Tobias. Special mention goes out to the little Red Bull tent which was putting some absolutely banging tunes out all day long. Not sure who was who playing there at what time but everytime I wandered past it was going off!
Had a great weekend and will be back next year for sure… Mint Festival 2018!