MUSIC TECHNOLOGY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 2017/18

Hot Rubber is a 4 piece band currently working with MEL Productions CIC with the support of Youth Music

Hot Rubber is an up-coming British 4 piece band that got together with some of the other members at MEL.  Since on the programme, they have improved on their recording and instrumental techniques, spending time adapting and learning various methods such as chord structures, arrangement and vocal harmony from the tutors.  Family and friends have been invited to take part in some of the activities to encourage them with their learning.

Now the band are preparing themselves working towards hopefully performing at a few local events in well-known venues in London with other established bands where they can invite their friends and families.

They perform Urban Pop music, and are hoping to complete an EP with the support of MEL Productions studio and Youth Music, which will be promoted via social media and a newly constructed website.   Hot Rubber will be contributing 5 of their own compositions to the EP along with their own unique style, which perfectly compliments the band.   Anna lead singer is currently working with several up and coming artists on the activities at MEL learning different vocal styles and techniques and how to collaborate with other songwriters and singers to build up on her confidence and performance skills. 

We have chosen to work with Anna due to her passion, dedication and commitment to music, and the very positive effects that music brings in helping her deal with problems relating to anxiety and depression. The healing benefits that music brings to Anna’s life are apparent to anyone who has seen this young lady perform.

The other members of the band are currently taking individual lessons to better their knowledge and understanding in chord structures so that they can have a wider understanding on music of different cultures.

Contact name: 
MEL Productions (Music Education Language Productions) CIC
Project duration: 
Tuesday, 2 May, 2017 to Wednesday, 2 May, 2018
Are the activities open access?: 
yes
Age ranges: 
Delivery area: 
Acton, Ealing
Address: 
ACTON
25 Churchfield Road
London
London
W3 6BD
United Kingdom
Region: 
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