Max Wild

Max Wild is a German-born, Zimbabwean-raised multi-instrumentalist, producer, and educator, classically trained in London and New York as a jazz saxophonist. Max toured internationally with various jazz and world-music acts before turning his focus to electronic music eduction. He is one of the founders of 343 Labs, New York’s fastest growing music production school and electronic music community.
In July 2020, 343 Labs opened it’s second location at the iconic Riverside Studios in Berlin, making 343 Labs the only school with locations in both electronic music capitals, Berlin and New York. 343 Labs prioritizes community, and offers free weekly online and offline events, such as masterclasses, networking events, feedback sessions, and performances, besides providing a broad range of high-level music production classes. With some of the world’s most accomplished producers and artists on its teaching roster, students can expect an exceptional educational experience.

Henne Müller

Henne Müller is a Berlin-based songwriter and producer who is part of the unique artist collective at Riverside Studios Berlin.
Trained classically and deeply rooted in independent music, he is a fan of pop music and loves to blend genres.

Starting his career as drummer & percussionist for different projects (classical, reggae, Pop), he found his passion in music producing of his former band ABBY.
Henne is a member of the electronic music group “Gheist”, which is signed to Solumun’ s label and booking agency Diynamic. Alternating  between a full-on live performance and hybrid DJ sets, him and his band are residents at Berlin’s landmark venue “Watergate”. Co-Founder of electronic label “radau records” and independent pop label “unfug recordings”.

Henne’s select credits include writing, mixing, composing and producing for artists such as:
ABBY, Chris James, Nosoyo, James Hersey, Graham Candy as well as collaborations with Apparat, Pan-Pot, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Nena and Robot Koch.

Amanda Martikainen

Amanda Martikainen is a composer and sound designer from Sodankylä, Finland, based in Berlin. She composes music for film and television, and provides audio for game development.

Martikainen has a Bachelor and Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin and Hochschule für Musik Leipzig.

She recently collaborated with such companies as Oper Leipzig, Schauspiel Leipzig, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Alte Oper Frankfurt, Schauspiel Köln, Schauspiel Düsseldorf, Admiralstadtspalast Berlin and the Maxim Gorki Theater. Also her work vita includes working with directors such as Philipp Preuss and Sasha Marianna Salzmann.

In parallel with her passion for live performance art, Martikainen has been invested in developing a network of Berlin based musicians. In doing so, she has produced and managed Elektrik Sessions. Elektrik Sessions focuses on bringing Berlin based artists together to collaborate and produce music, trying out new song ideas, getting perspective in what works out in a live situation with real musicians in a relaxed space of an old Berlin establishment.

Amanda is also passionate about educating the next generation of female musicians, providing guidance in composition and vocal performance. Her students have succeeded in nationwide competitions such as “Jugend Musiziert” ,and are currently studying music at University of Wisconsin and Universität der Künste Wien.

Amandas personal experience is mirrored in her cultivation of sounds. She is passionate about nordic folk music, early baroque music, middle eastern soundscapes and Berlin electronic music scene.

Currently Amanda just finished a stage music composition for a dance music company “Kipuna kollektiivi” and is working on her upcoming EP.


Parcels seem constantly to be battling with modern mentalities and old school traditionalism, a tension you can feel in their debut album. They wanted an album that could sound like anything but they also wanted an album that felt like a piece, like the classic albums Parcels adore. They found their thread with a mission ‘…mainly it all came together through our desire to create meaningful pop music.’ And this search for meaningful pop music has become their core drive. ‘Disregarding the modern taboo of the word, pop music for us is something which really makes you feel. It’s pure emotion. We’re coming at this from a vaguely musical background and with varied influences, but in the end we’re just trying to unlock the raw feeling of each track. Something that everybody can feel.’ And feel it you can, as the band travels the world charming live audiences with their potent combination of being impressive musicians who give heartfelt performances with the kind of choruses that you find your self singing along too as you throw your hips around like nobody is watching. Its their new world of music, but their parents probably feel like its a little familiar.


Aisling Brouwer

AISLING BROUWER is an ambient classical composer, producer and pianist who specialises in writing music for visuals.

Aisling has an extensive background in music for film and TV. Her signature style combines classical piano with electronic production and cinematic soundscapes.

Having lived and worked in Amsterdam, Los Angeles, London and Berlin, Aisling has written scores for BBC, Channel 4, as well as for films that have been screened at the Sundance, Tribeca and Berlinale Film Festivals. She’s written music for various advertising campaigns including most recently for Dior & ING.

Aisling is part of the cinematic instrumental duo AVA – her artist project with Anna Phoebe. Their debut album “Waves” was released 12th of July 2019 on One Little Indian Records.

Any Mello

The Berlin-Based Brazilian artist inhales and exhales music.

Highly respected as a VJ for many years, Any Mello is always looking further on her path and its creative evolution.

Seduced by electronic sounds since her early years, Any decided to take a new step forwards in her career, moving from VJ to DJ and Music Producer. Drawing on her wide experience as a visual artist, creativity and originality have become Any’s core traits in her new guise. Any embeds her true essence and personality into her music, as a unique mixed method artist she is known for manipulating her own vocals within her productions. Inspired by the Progressive Rock band Pink Floyd, her focus is on the minute details, the colours, the patterns and textures contained within the music, distinctive traits of an accomplished visual artist in the cosmos of sound.

Any has accomplished some impressive releases on solid labels such as Noir Music, Elevate and Sprout Music, her productions have caught the attention and gained full support of some big name players in the industry.

Her experimental ways of making music are one of a kind, her uncompromising drive to break boundaries and a cross-artistic medium is sure to create an imprint in the world of electronic music. That’s what she wants. That’s how she is – Restless, relentless and unstoppable.


BEC’s career in music may have only begun a short time ago, but in just a few years she’s accomplished more than most hope to achieve in a lifetime. Brighton born, London bred, and now Berlin based, by her early twenties BEC has rocked floors at top clubs from London, to Hong Kong, to Berlin and Barcelona to name but a few. Becoming a firm favorite with club crowds and the industries elite the world over isn’t an easy task, but with her infectious charisma and a vividly distinct sound spanning the vast spaces of grooving, cerebral Techno, BEC is able to do it with ease. BEC is just getting started and if her record thus far is any indication, we can expect her to be at the forefront of the scene for many years to come.

Florian Reutter

Based in London & Berlin, Florian Reutter is a well-established songwriter, producer, engineer and composer. Flo wrote and produced Christina Aguilera’s song ‘Change’, an anthem for the victims of the 2016 Orlando Shooting as well as numerous songs for artists such as Tears For Fears, dePresno, Icona Pop and Alec Benjamin to name a few.
While keeping up with writing for established acts as well as developing young talent such as the band ‘dubé’, Flo recently ventured into writing and producing music for advertisements and was able to win notable jobs for Samsung, Nike,, Persil and Jeep.

Frank Hahn

Frank Hahn is working as Business Development Manager for Denon DJ, Rane & Akai at Riverside inMusic Showroom. inMusic is a family of leading music technology and consumer electronics brands. Through collaboration and innovation, every inMusic brand has the unique ability to respond dynamically to the demands of its customers, delivering the latest advancements in engineering, design, and technology in the DJ, Music Production, Pro Audio, Musical Instrument, and Consumer Electronics industries. All inMusic Brands are: Air, Akai, Alesis, Alto, Denon DJ, Denon Pro, Headrush, ION, Marantz, MarQ, Mixmeister, Numark, Rane, Sonivox, Soundswith.

Frank Hahn is also know as “Giana Brotherz”, undoubtedly one of the most exceptional artists within the German Drum&Bass scene. As a well booked DJ, he knows how to bring the energy of a live concert into his DJ sets with his amazing performance and stage presence. Fresh dubplates meet timeless club-hits and classics that guarantee rewinds. No less energetic are his Psytrance and Elektrobreaks sets, that only emphasize the wide musical spectrum of Giana Brotherz.

James Hersey

James Hersey is an Austrian/American artist, producer, and songwriter signed to Glassnote Records in New York. His global debut EP “Pages” was released in May 2017, with its lead single “Miss You” shooting up the Spotify Global Charts in 10 countries including the US and the UK. The song was playlisted on Sirius XM Hits 1 and supported by IHeart Radio in the US , while in the UK BBC Radio1’s Annie Mac named James one of her “New Names” to watch.

“Miss You” was not, however, James’ first ever success. In 2014, he wrote a song called “Coming Over”, which he famously recorded on a Vienna rooftop. The track would be subsequently remixed by local up-and-coming DJ filous, becoming an overnight sensation with over 100M total combined streams. It would then be reworked as a feature by Kygo & Dillon Francis, and released to become Dillon Francis’ most successful track to date, climbing the US Top 40 radio charts and peaking at #1 in the US Billboard Dance Charts in June 2016. Back in Europe, James rejoined filous in Vienna and wrote the artists’ biggest single, “How Hard I Try”, which was also released as a feature and stayed in the Top 40 of Germany’s radio charts for 24 weeks in 2015 and 2016.