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 a Dutch/Irish film composer, producer & artist based in Berlin.
One of her latest scores is for Rubika Shah’s BIFA-nominated feature ‘White Riot’ which screened in cinemas around the world after winning – amongst others – the BFI Grierson Award in 2019 and a Special Mention Award at Berlinale International Film Festival. The ambient electronic score was released as an OST album in December 2020 and received attention from renowned film critic Mark Kermode as well as artist & radio presenter Tom Robinson.
Aisling’s artist project with Anna Phoebe – AVAWAVES – is signed to One Little Independent Records (home to Bjork, Ásgeir, Poppy Ackroyd) and managed by Nitin Sawhney CBE. Their debut album ‘Waves’ was released in 2019 and championed by Mary Anne Hobbs, BBC 6 Music and Scala Radio; their second album is expected in 2021.
They also co-wrote & performed a track on Nitin Sawhney’s upcoming album ‘Immigrants’ which is due to be released 19th of March 2021 on Sony Masterworks.
Having lived and worked in Amsterdam, Los Angeles, London and Berlin – Aisling’s credits include scores for BBC, Discovery Channel, Channel 4 as well as campaigns for the United Nations, Dior & an AVAWAVES commission for Zegna feat. two-time Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali.
She is represented by Manners McDade in London, UK.

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 aka Giana Brotherz is undoubtedly one of the most incomparable artist within the German Drum&Bass scene. It all started back in 2000 when the producer duo SSB (aka Chicken & Sola) formed the Drum & Bass live project Giana Brotherz, that created a stir within the scene from the word go. Their first releases on Basswerk & Pathfinder attained international recognition and was played by almost every well-known DJ across the board at the time. Their follow up single ‘Crossed Roots’ (Basswerk 015) was one of the most significant releases of 2002. It was only a matter of time before the duo started getting recognized for their talents and the motherland of Drum & Bass ‘the UK’ would come calling and start paying attention.
2003 saw the inauguration of their own label ‘Giana Brotherz Recordings’; which quickly established itself and became home to many renowned artists and their high-quality productions. The guys touring schedule intensified due to their immense popularity. Chicken, one half of the duo, who is known for his capacity to transport the energy of a live concert into his DJ sets, with amazing performances and stage presence. Anyone who has experienced one of his DJ performances comprehends his outstanding talent in blending Drum & Bass, Dubstep and Breaks like no other. Fresh dubplates meet timeless classics, that guarantee rewinds, are the name of the game. Welcome to the world 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.

Lucas Mayer

A Brazilian composer and music producer who runs his studios in São Paulo and Berlin. He’s been producing advertising and feature film soundtracks for 15 years, travelled around the world recording albums on the streets [documented in his project ‘Le Tour Du Monde‘ and screened on Discovery Channel Latin America]. Amidst of it all he composed and produced “The Uncensored Playlist“, the most awarded music project in LIA [London International Awards], winning 6 Cannes Lions, D&AD Impact, amounting more than 25 awards in 2018 alone.

Billy Mello

Billy Mello is a Brazilian born musical producer and DJ, also known as “ DJ Maestro Billy” in Brazil, he came to Germany in 2015 to pursue new experiences and focus on research and music production for new medias.
In Brazil For 15 years, he was the DJ of the TV show “Caldeirão do Huck” aired every Saturday by Brazilian biggest TV network Rede Globo. The is broadcast to the entire brazilian territory, as well as to 115 countries via Globo International.

Professional musician, plays piano and keyboard, his reel has remixes for established artists such as Lulu Santos, Ana Carolina, Jota Quest, Ed Motta, Orishas, SPC, Michel Telo, Claudio Zoli, Morcheeba and produces tracks and all sorts of audio materials for advertising and digital media.

In 2013 he was the opening act of pop singer Beyoncé’s tour MRS CARTER 2013“ Billy played in the cities of Fortaleza, Belo Horizonte, São Paulo and Brasilia, to more than 50 thousand people in each presentation.

In his constant need to enhance and upgrade his production skills, in 2016 Billy specialized in Audio for Video Games and VR through Berklee College of Music. Also, this move will greatly benefit his 25-year expertise on DJing and producing, due to this different mix of Europe’s electronic scene with the Brazilian way of playing, composing and creating.

Now, with LUCHA LIBRE AUDIO one of the most creative post production studios in São Paulo/BR, holder of ELEVEN Lions on Cannes Festival 2018 a new studio for VR , Spatial and Binaural Audio is settle at Riverside Studios.

Lucha Libre Audio has clients such as Mcdonalds, Ambev, Toyota, Perdigāo and Mondelez and also ha a partnership with Drac Studios in Los Angeles of the drummer Matt Sorum (Gun’s and Roses, Velvet Revolver, and member from the Rock n’Roll Hall of Fame).

Robin Schellenberg

Describing the sound, sonics and aesthetic of Robin Schellenberg’s music, one could tend easily to use bold headlines as „Melodic Techno“ or „Deep House“ with a love for „Downtempo“ – but there is more to it: in between the kicks, the free forming patterns and tracks, it becomes alive and spans vividly over these genres. His productions oscillate between a soft dystopian void full of sweeping build up’s, that drift endlessly into an infinite sky, twisting from a warm unisono into harsher electronics, to break down into perfectly saturated beats, that house themselves in the mid-tempo field, referencing minimal grooves from contemporary downbeat productions. Even if we are not talking about dark techno here, Robin loves its aesthetic and manages to translate them into his music, without drifting into cold industrial repetition – it’s more a deep yearning for the horizon, pulling the dancer forward with soft melancholy. In his DJ-Set’s he brings all these parts together, roaming from 110 – 126 bpm, blending organic downbeat with heavy sweeping bangers, to slowly lead his dancefloor into a sweet and endless decay.

Robin Schellenberg made his first steps into music when he was 16. In 2004 Robin moved from Frankfurt am Main to Berlin and began to discover the infamous electronic music scene of the capital city. In his early time in Berlin, Robin was running a recording studio in Kreuzberg, played in different underground bands and started some of his first electronic projects. After focusing for many years on creating and managing cultural spaces, he released as „Bonze & Krösus“ on Acker Records and Symbiont-Music. Schellenberg also played several gigs in clubs like Kater Holzig, About Blank, Sisyphos, Ritter Butzke, Wilde Renate and festivals like Fusion at Bachstelzen stage. After a short hiatus, Schellenberg came back to making music in 2017, when he became part of the Riverside Studios in Berlin along Tobi Neumann, Martin Eyerer, Gheist, Pan-Pot, just to name a few. At the minute he is running a studio there with his friend Daniele Di Martino. In the beginning of 2018 Robin co-founded the record label „Kamai Music“ with his fellows Jacob Groening, Zigan Aldi, Bonfante & Robert Helms known as Umami. His debut track „Elnath“ was released at Mono.Noise under his real name “Robin Schellenberg” in the beginning of 2019.

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