I am a music producer, studio and live sound engineer and owner of Generation Studio in Maidenhead. Generation Studio was designed to give a variety of artists the chance to record ‘radio ready’ songs and to find up and coming talent to expose to the masses. Since opening in April 2016, tracks recorded in the studio have already been played on Radio 1, various BBC Introducing stations as well as BBC Radio 6 and have accumulated over 40 million streams online. Located in the heart of Berkshire, you have access to a modern, professional recording and rehearsal studio that offers a range of services from recording, mixing, mastering, and music production. Our primary focus is to take all musical projects to the next level by focusing on the relationship between the artist and producer.
Inspired by the likes of The National and U2, Will Purdue draws from his combined influences, creating his own brand of Alt-rock / Americana. Will has already been championed by regional BBC stations across the UK, and his festival performances include Celtic Connections (Glasgow Concert Hall) and London Blues Fest.
One Man Book is West London based Indie Folk singer/songwriter Nicholas Griffin. Accompanied by a variety of multi-talented musicians, One Man Book blends alternative folk and country acoustic arrangements with thought-provoking and poetic storytelling, a sound that has been compared to Neil Young, Findlay Brown, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, and Neil Halstead. Inspired by a diverse selection of artists, such as The Avett Brothers, Joanna Newsom, and Bon Iver, One Man Book attempts to both appreciate and transcend the myriad styles occupied by contemporary folk music, and is just as comfortable on stage alone with an acoustic guitar as with a full-fledged backing band. One Man Book has been featured in Folk London Magazine and has performed at renowned London venues The Water Rats and Slaughtered Lamb. Alongside a number of commercial indie folk albums, One Man Book creates royalty-free acoustic instrumental music for commercial licensing, with his music being used on podcasts, instagram stories, and YouTube videos.
I started singing about 2 years ago.. i developed cluster headaches and the singing gave me a way to help change thee tempo of thee headaches,mind focus i guess..After about a year i started using loops and sampling to create music and now i have 7 songs released.. im an northern English man with an American country voice 😂
From touring the North-East of England whilst a music student at Durham University, to planning the release of his first-ever E.P. in mid-2022, George Bone has a glittering future lined up for himself, not only as a songwriter, but as a producer too. Taking inspiration from Neo-Jazz artists such as Tom Misch and Eloise, George intertwines complicated harmonies with thought-provoking lyrical waxings. With only his keys & his voice during live session, George’s music is the direct result of a boy growing up in an environment in which everyone else told him to conform, but nevertheless he didn’t. His stripped-back acoustic sets (an incredible wedding setlist, compiling both originals & covers) are directly inspired by the works of Luke Combs, Brett Young & Chris Stapleton. Since being debuted on BBC Radio Essex in January 2019, with his track “One/Two Summer Fling”, George has gone from strength-to-strength, becoming a KALAB artist in February 2020 and - from then on - performing at a multitude of venues across the United Kingdom, including most notably at RADA. With support coming from across the country, as proclaimed by Hatfield College, Durham, George’s “confiden[ce], enthusia[sm] passion… [and] incredible voice makes [his music] a pleasure to listen to”. To miss out on George’s musical journey would be to miss out on the highlight of pop music’s evolution over the last 10 year.
Not your typical loop-peddle-peddlar... Get the crowd going with classic rock n roll covers. Shift to toe-tapping originals with backing vocals and thick bass lines. Finish with some sing-a-longs! Although I've been writing music and playing in a band since the early noughties, with an interim as the digital age kicked in and I left university, I've committed to solo work (loop and octave pedal enabled) and now play live two or three times a week honing my sets. I'm not too precious about what I play and will happily do versions of requested songs, but I'm not a tribute band so don't expect exact copies without any kind of twist!
I'm a young, enthusiastic, high-level drummer looking to expand my experience of session work both in studio and also live. If you want a reliable, hard working drummer who can learn material quickly and efficiently, I will always strive to make sure you have the best of my playing and ability. I've been trained as a church musician growing up as well as playing in function bands, covers bands and Jazz big bands too. I am currently 24 and have been playing since the age of 4. I haven't ever stopped loving music and drumming. I look forward to hearing from you for gigs and bookings very soon!
I met the Jamma crew at a gig in Manchester, and after getting to know them was invited to be the regional 'Jambassador' for Essex, UK. As an artist it's been great and they really helped me to push my latest single. As a 'Jambassador; they sent me a ton of free merch and personalised business cards and pay for me to check out gigs in my region to sign up artists and venues! I also was invited to perform on their professionally filmed podcast series, 'The Jamma Show' which was not only great fun but also a great way to get my music out to my fans!
We have recently signed up to Jamma and love that we can have a dedicated page for our band and also individual pages allowing us to advertise ourselves for solo work and showcase our material as a group and as separate band members. It's also great to be able to find potential new band members and stand in DEP musicians as and when we need them
The Crooked 45
I registered with Jamma before the launch and I was lucky enough to perform at their '331' launch event. Since going live I have used the website to build an artist page and upload all my content as well as connect to find paid gigs! It's super easy to use and they have always been there to support me whenever needed. Not only have I found paid work, but I have also been featured on podcasts and various special marketing projects which have been great for exposure, especially in these uncertain times. Jamma also takes 0% commission on anything I earn through the platform, and it's even free to use right now!
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