8 episodes

We take your music to the people at the very top of the music industry, get their feedback and pick up some invaluable advice along the way.

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    • Society & Culture

We take your music to the people at the very top of the music industry, get their feedback and pick up some invaluable advice along the way.

    Olga Fitzroy (Recording and Mix Engineer)

    Olga Fitzroy (Recording and Mix Engineer)

    Olga Fitzroy provides an insight into her world working at Air Studios in London and shares feedback on fresh tracks taken from the Introducing Uploader. Tracks featured: La Lune - Grape Soda, The Islas - Back of Your Neck and Rachel K Collier - Dinosaur..

    • 30 min
    Jamie Oborne (The 1975's label boss)

    Jamie Oborne (The 1975's label boss)

    Dirty Hit label boss Jamie Oborne gives exclusive insight into The 1975 and shares feedback on fresh tracks taken from the Introducing Uploader.

    Tracks featured: Alfie Templeman - Stop Thinking (About Me) and Abbie Ozard - Growing Pains

    • 34 min
    Emma Banks (talent agent at CAA)

    Emma Banks (talent agent at CAA)

    Invaluable insight and candid feedback from one of the bosses at Creative Artists Agency (which looks after artists like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Florence + the Machine and Katy Perry).

    Tracks featured: LION - Second Hand, Aeris Roves - Don’t Ask, Llovers - Coming Loose

    • 34 min
    Darcus Beese (Island Records)

    Darcus Beese (Island Records)

    The President of Island Records, Darcus Beese chats about life at the label and gives us his insight into how the industry works.

    Tracks featured: Talkboy - Wasting Time, Blaze Florence - Dubz N' Budz, Chiedu Oraka - Darcy

    • 32 min
    Toby L (Transgressive Records)

    Toby L (Transgressive Records)

    Co-founder of Transgressive Toby L give a behind-the-scenes look at the record label and shares feedback on tracks by four under-the-radar artists.

    Tracks featured: Team Picture - Bedroom Genius, Emzae - Another Lesson Learnt, Darcie - Mango, Deco - Chances

    • 37 min
    Stuart Camp (Ed Sheeran's manager)

    Stuart Camp (Ed Sheeran's manager)

    Ed Sheeran's long-term manager Stuart Camp talks to Rob Adcock about the singer's career and gives his feedback on tracks by three BBC Music Introducing artists.

    Tracks featured: DYLAN - Sour Milk, Brand New Friend - Girl, Ralph Pelleymounter - Now That The Kids Have Gone (Pound For Pound)

    • 39 min

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