first, please excuse me as i divulge my other ethernet realms:
cpc engineering my space – a snapshot of some of my engineering outcomes
And here’s some links of talented friends, helpers and organisations that might be of interest, delectation or help to you:
Gracieland Studios. Lisa Stansfield’s deliciously decked out recording studio in Rochdale. Home to seasoned and sensitive engineer, producer, string arranger and apparently great keys player Steve Boyce-Buckley. A relaxed, top quality recording & mixing environment with a bidet.
Airtight Studios based in Chorlton, Manchester. Nice tucked away facility run by decent and clever chaps Alan & Tom.
Contact Theatre – hub of theatre related rarities in Manchester and home of my untapped frequencies residency.
Justine Electra – Berlin-based companyera doing an admirable task of 365 songs in 365 days. and she really has that much interesting output to share..
Music Media Now Lee Pritchard’s blog with useful info on royalty free music and other music industry advice
Digital Consultant – a treasure trove of articles, resources and knowledge in the realm of the digital economy with highly-estimed Susi O’Neill at the helm.
Valentine Records – home of more maverick manchester bands and also lots of other talented nutters.
Beatabet – a delightful rabble of creatives mainly based in Brighton
Female Pressure – the original network database for electronically active ladies
Electronic Ladies – Cologne based lovely ladies working for the collective and the individual individuation
Derek Sivers Blog – a healthy injection of reflections and inspiration from founder of CD baby, with a holistic attitude to music making and creative entrepreneuring.
Steve Lawson Blog – a waxing lyrical muso bod with an efficient brain and quick typing fingers (how else does he manage to be so productive?)
Strict Status – slickly produced monster drum n bass from a fellow mancunian companyera
Music Think Tank – another hub for clever analyses of what we like to label the music industry – yes that does include us that are independent
Distraction Records – toon based gents that foolishly geve me platform aplenty from which i have not been able to turn back from
Drake Music – I work with north west region folk, pushing boundaries and possibilities of music making with assistive technology
Full Circle Arts – positive creative support
wonderful collaborators and creative friends:
Shirokuma – Manchester’s Serge
Lisa B – graceful sensibilities of an authentic word rhythm meistress. really enjoyed recording her voice and embellishing her latest album
Jenny Kosmowsky – powerful lady with equally potent voice that is lent on opening track of new album
Chorlton Radiphonic Family – stalwart supporters of the CS and RaGD cause. And collectors of some rather precious synths
x.a.cute – the lovely berlin based gents rocking steady and rumblin a plenty
Dr Nojoke – one of my first and dearest electric friends in berlin with a slick aesthetic and guaranteed safe bass therapy
Wired Records- platform for the rare and on it rockstress Heidi Mortenson. “kleine melodie” appeared on Wired ones Vol 1.
Tasha Dyson – suitably twisted young artist lady who kindly offered her work for album and remix EP covers.
The Broken Door – rocking drum n bass/electronic improvisation outfit.
Ekiti Son – another genteel partner in contemplative rhyme and funk-fuelled time. Lent some voice and sentiment to his new album “Sacred Science” and my first podcast.
Die Puppe – collaborateur parisien with ethereal sensibilities. Enjoyed doing cover of come together..
to be continued as energy and memory unravels…