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-Making Your Ambitions A Reality- "It's All About Your Performance" Engineer/Producer Alexander Jackson began his career at Melbourne's SingSing Recording Studios. To broaden his pallet of experience, Alexander moved to London and soon found himself in the employ of Mark Angelo Recording Studios as their In-House Assistant Engineer and later at Konk Recording Studios. Coupling this to an association with Mutronics and Audio Kitchen Guitar Amplifiers and Alexander was in his element. Over this time Alexander would have the good fortune to work along side UK music royalty including Ray Davis, Yusif Islam (aka Cat Stevens), Chris de Burgh and Georgie Fame along with many others who would pass through the studio doors. On his return to Melbourne, Alexander jumped back into the local music scene working with the Triple J Live Music Team to record Parkway Drive, Birds Of Tokyo and from a little further a field Disclosure. Alexander also freelances for Network TEN, NINE and the ABC as an Audio Director and Audio Post Director. Passion and inspiration guide Alexander through every facet of his life.
Just Shy

Review

50

So stoked to have been a part of this production. Just Shy constantly pushes himself as an artist, with each release coming out bigger and better than the last.
This track needs to be played on a big system or on headphones to really experience the glory of the sub-tastic bassline. Love it!

So stoked to have been a part of this production. Just Shy constantly pushes himself as an artist, with each release coming out bigger and better than the last.
This track needs to be played on a big system or on headphones to really experience the glory of the sub-tastic bassline. Love it!

LEMAIRE

Review

40

I love the way Lemaire's sound is constantly growing and evolving. With each new release you get a great insight into where his creative mind is at.
In the case of Torrents we get Ed Sheeran style indie rap with a perfect Tommy Emmanuel style guitar solo at the end. The past and the present as one!

I love the way Lemaire's sound is constantly growing and evolving. With each new release you get a great insight into where his creative mind is at.
In the case of Torrents we get Ed Sheeran style indie rap with a perfect Tommy Emmanuel style guitar solo at the end. The past and the present as one!