Max Hustwick

Music Producer / Artist

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I graduated from Paul McCartney's Institute For Performing Arts with a degree in songwriting and production and have worked in various genres and with people from across the world. One of my productions and mixes made it onto Spotify's New Music Friday playlist as well as 2 other editorial playlists.

I love starting new projects and working with new people. It is really important to me to get to know the artist or the project and their musical journey well so we can develop the direction for their music together. 

I started trumpet and drum lessons at the age of 6, played in various brass bands until I was 15. At 16 I gained an interest in music production. I taught myself guitar and piano and started to sing. I enrolled at LIPA in 2018 and have worked with artists in genres ranging from indie-folk and singer-songwriter to hip-hop and skandi-pop. I also played in various bands gigging across the UK. This majorly improved my keyboard skills. I have mixed audio for theaters in the west end and started my music project called happysadmedium for which I have released several singles.

While at uni I not only improved my music-production skills but also learned about the ins and outs of the music business and music marketing, and how to interact with the artist to make sure they are performing to their fullest potential. My main focus when creating music is emotion as that is what people connect with the most.

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  • English
  • German

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  1. Review by Val Wilkinson
    by Val Wilkinson

    Max has worked with me on many projects where I had some ideas of what I wanted to do but not the professional, creative flair to be able to bring it to life. He always makes it into something I can be incredibly proud of: it is still my ideas but taken to a much higher level. He listens, he creates and he pays attention to all the little details.


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  • Caribou
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