Electronic producer looking to collaborate with a female vocalist as a recording project initially. May consider live gigs if things gel.
Not looking to record/perform covers but then again I'm not going to shy away from something that sounds great, the majority of our material should be original.
I've been producing and recording for over 20 years (although seem to have very little to show for it due to breaks in between, Now firmly back in a creative streak.
Ideally you'll have some lyrics (I don't want to do everything).
Ideally looking for a creative collaboration, but I'd consider working with someone who already had tracks or strong ideas and was using me to make that happen :)
There are a few tracks here linked to my soundcloud account. These vary in age and style somewhat, so don't get too hung up on the direction they take.
stuart (at) compuphonic dot com
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- Aug 11 2016
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Very varied, and I always find lists of influences don't give a clear picture of the resulting direction after they've all been put in the melting pot.
I mostly listen to (minimal) techno, and various forms of electronica.
Influenced by 90's Brit pop, The Orb, St Ettiene, Massive Attack, Cocteau Twins, London Grammar, Sinead O'Connor, Dusty Springfield, Everything but the Girl, Talking Heads, Human League, Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Miss Kittin, Dub Syndicate, Dead Can Dance, Portishead, Mad Professor, etc
That barely scratches the surface, and the direction somewhat depends on your voice too. Feel free to steer the ship your way too.
- Electronic Music:
Too much to list.. honestly