He’s one of our most prolific clients, and one of our favourites too. Here’s what he had to say about his recent comings and goings at Resident:“I began using Resident Studios a few years ago rehearsing in the Live Room with my band, as it’s only down the road from me. What started as a handy recording studio in London has now become an integral part of my musical ambitions. I was always impressed by the quality of the equipment and the attitude of the staff, and I guess the relationship has developed from that; we recorded our first demo with engineer Sean a few years ago – and haven’t looked back. Things change though, over the last few years I’ve realised how difficult (not impossible, but difficult!) it is to get signed as an artist/band and decided to look into getting a publishing deal. I’ve got some contacts and have just started working on a couple of film briefs. Once again I’ve used Resident to do all my recordings, the support I’ve received from my Sean has been great, it’s been a real collaboration and I look forward to more recording sessions and hopefully a publishing deal out of it soon! It’s been an interesting shift, I still play with my band but it’s been great to be able to change direction slightly and still get the support from Resident.
I have only have one real goal in my life and that is to get paid for my music, whether it’s as part of a band or a publishing deal I don’t care, I just want my music to be heard”
Wise words indeed. What Matt has to say about his slight change of direction is interesting, should artists be more flexible if they want their music to be heard? Let us know in the comments below. We, of course, think Matt is very talented and have no doubt about his future success.
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