MAY 2019

Here’s a little peak over the garden wall into The Rattle, with an update on the latest news from the Collective…

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  • The first ever Rattle Live is officially happening, June 14th! Grab your tickets for the immersive event while you can.
  • The brother’s behind Studio Amplify, Jonah and Alex Fox have blown our minds with their latest release ‘Cosm – Music for your mind‘. 
  • Calista Kazuko was featured by the UN Global Festival for Sustainable Development.
  • PENGSHUi are set to play Glastonbury and Download Festival as well as currently touring with the legendary Foreign Beggars.
  • Alex Parsons has been knocking it out of the park composing music for TV, with two recent documentaries having just been nominated for BAFTAS.
  • Globally renowned tech innovator and multi-GRAMMY award-winning recording artist Imogen Heap will release new music on Linda Perry and Kerry Brown’s label, We Are Hear.
  • Bloc Party side-project Novacub have dropped their debut single and are kicking off with a series of gigs around the UK.
  • Music technologists Vochlea have launched their insane AI microphone project Dubler on Kickstarter and have already raised Β£185,000.
  • Bishi has been selected to headline Delia Derbyshire Day celebrating 50 years since the seminal White Noise album – An Electric Storm.
  • Rotor Video – the AI music video startup have secured a considerable fundraise and have secured some dazzlingly impressive deals. Watch this space because their work will soon be EVERYWHERE.
  • Aszyk has recently performed his multidisciplinary audiovisual onslaught to a rapturous crowd in Taiwan and is doing some incredible work in motion capture in music videos.
  • Starsmith has had yet another number one smash hit with I’ll Be There by Jess Glynne.
  • Hotly tipped Killowen has released his first records on Trakk Records.
  • Linda Boom is hiding away currently writing with a rather well known pop star. Watch this space because we’re very excited.
  • Film composer Giovanni Rotondo has launched an education resource – Film Scoring Tips – for those hoping to break into the tough world of composing to picture.