Luke got into making music from a young age, studying classical piano at Yamaha Music School. In 2009 he took his first foray into electronic music production developing his skills in Propellerheads Reason. Later moving to using Ableton Live to create and develop his own sound.
In 2013 he had his first release and also started performing live sets as a controllerist and DJ. Playing on lineups with Bass6 and Mr Switch. Whilst using a Novation Launchpad to deliver his electro and techno influenced, bass driven productions.

A couple of years later his song “Turn On” was successfully released on Ayra Recordings [Breakspoll 2013 Best Label]. Then he had the first of many features on BBC introducing with his song “Dirty Happy People” released on Russia’s RunWest Records. His remix of ‘Miss Mants – Magic Powder’ also appeared in DJ Mag (Espàna). And had a guest appearance on ‘Better-Kicks’ podcasts [Record Breaks Radio], Russia’s biggest breakbeat show. Influenced by his friends, many of whom are producers, DJs and musicians. Luke spends the majority his time in the studio creating.

In 2016 he joined Plasmapool’s TRXX and Raise Recordings. Going on to make the Beatport top 40 in 2018 with his song ‘Close To Me’, also appearing in many top 100 compilations such as Weakend Weapons, Press Play, and Straight Up! As well as featuring in ComputerMusic Magazine and having music showcased at SXSW Festival.

Over time ever growing numbers of people would ask Luke questions about production. Appreciating how things like samples and presets can really help people learn the fundamentals of making a song, he decided it was time to start doing the same, providing resources to help people improve their music, and more importantly take the stress out of it so it’s fun to do. Consequently, the creation of Producer Life!

John was always obsessed with drawing strange cartoons and characters as a kid. He had a healthy love for scifi and horror art, transitioning into more graffiti style comic book art. Finding the stories and pictures a necessary escape from reality. Enabling John to develop a style drastically different to his peers in the scene.

John has been producing art consistently for a number of years. Whether it’s art on spray cans, canvases, cards or paper. His work has also been exhibited at Gallery 5 in Derby and he was invited to show some ink work at a gallery in Wakefield after a lead artist from Team 17 digital saw his work.

Disliking the generic nature of much mass produced art. John is heavily influenced by a close circle of friends around him. Glass artists, graphic designers, illustrators, writers and musicians, each with a unique style of their own. All challenging him to keep learning, developing and producing his work.

He often finds himself looking at every day objects and interpreting the lines and angles in his head into something very much different. Finding peace in his craft, John can almost constantly be found drawing or developing his ideas. Helping him to rein-in and slow his manic thoughts. This often leads to lengthy sessions, late nights and hands covered in paint and ink.

Adam hails from the city of Gothenburg in Sweden and has middle-Eastern roots. As a child Adam was inspired and influenced greatly by his older brother Sasan who was a skilled drummer and singer himself. Adam began playing drums at 8 years old.

Throughout his school life he was a keen musician. At 16 when moving on to high school he continued studying and expanding his knowledge of music. Becoming accomplished in all areas of audio engineering and live studio recording. Adam also played drums, keyboard and sometimes bass in the school band. Whilst still finding time to get behind the decks and DJ at events, clubs and parties around Sweden.

Desiring to take his production, mixing and mastering skills to the next level Adam worked closely with and learned from some of the biggest producers and mixing engineers in Sweden. Who worked with the annual Melodifestivalen and Swedish Idol. Going on to achieve a master’s degree in mixing, mastering and production too.  

Adam is well versed and skilled using a variety of different DAW’s, VST’s and plugins including PreSonus Studio One, Ableton, Sylenth and Fabfilter. On which he also enjoys producing house music, techno and hip-hop going by the name “Fresh Eagle”. 

Originally from London, Drew moved to Derby as a kid. Growing up with a healthy diet of dub, reggae and soul music his love for a good bassline was cultivated. Many hours were spent recording the local pirate radio station onto cassette and sifting through his mums extensive vinyl collection discovering new sounds. In his teens a love for dance music developed, regularly attending raves, parties and festivals, whilst immersing himself in the dance culture.
After buying his first pair of turntables, Drew learned to mix and developed his skills mainly playing drum and bass, electro and dubstep. At this time Drew also got into producing his own sounds using PropellerHeads Reason and Steinbergs Cubase at Stone Soup Studios.
A few years later he left full time employment to study Multimedia technology & Music production at The University of Derby, graduating with honors. Whilst at University he presented and co-produced a weekly radio show, ‘Audiogroove’. Also working closely with breakbeat label Ground Level Records. Regularly featuring on their ‘Groundology’ show on the award winning NSB radio.
Following University he started running and playing at an independent club night called Bridge The Gap. Focusing on undergound house, techno and bass music, Bridge The Gap has featured prominently at Derbyshires YNOT festival for a number of years. Also playing at Strawberry Fields and Wilkestock festivals and at clubs and events across the UK. Playing alongside the likes of Stanton Warriors, DJ Fresh, Ed Solo and Skeptical to name a few.

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