Music as a texture in your heart and mind. Beatmaker, producer, songwriter. Making music that connects to you.
I'm a multi-instrumentalist from Antigua W.I.
I make Downtempo Hip-Hop & Lo-Fi, Trip-Hop and Alternative Electronica. Influences include (but are certainly not limited to!) Radiohead, Massive Attack, Portishead, Bonobo, Nujabes, and Gorillaz.
I play Bass Guitar, Guitar, Djembe, Bamboo Flute and am handy with a synthesizer. I offer beat making, editing, vocal production and mixing.
Tell me about your project and how I can help, through the 'Contact' button above.
20 Reviews - 4 Repeat ClientsEndorse Blue Glass Production
Blue, once again, made an awesome beat! He was really patient with me and understood what I was looking for. Thanks Blue! :)
As aways, Blue does an amazing job and really understands what I wanted! Thanks again Blue!
Awesome! Knew exactly what I wanted as always :) Will definitley be working with Blue again!
Very reliable and always knows what I want! Easy to communicate with and very friendly. Thanks for another awesome beat! :)
Lots of patience and understanding about what needs to be done. This is a collaborator you can count on. Many thanks.
You want to work with him :)
Always a pleasure working with Blue. He is very polite, punctual and patient. He is a true professional!
Great service! Very quick and responsive. Understood the vision and managed to integrate the feedback points exactly how I wanted. Would highly recommend!
I highly recommend Blue! 10/10 Work ethic, nice and easy+fast communication! Stop doubting and contact him!
Blue is an awesome beatmaker! Whenever I tell them what vibe or feeling I'd like from a song, Blue always understands and comes back with something new. Also, very fast to respond. Thanks Blue for yet another awesome track! :)
Always skillful, innovative and patient. It was my 4-5 projects with Blue but who's counting...
Blue responds fast and delivers exactly what is asked for! Very kind, and knew exactly what I wanted! Thank you, Blue!
A continued collaboration and a continued success. Very happy working with Blue. There is a lot of patience and effort which I appreciate greatly. Will work with Blue again.
Great job, great effort and outstanding patience. Very creative with impressive skills. The collaboration continues.
Impeccable job, amazing patience and effort. Blue's attention to details is exceptional. Will work with Blue again.
Blue is the one you're looking for, he's so patient and hard-worker.
I'm sure you'll be happy with the final result as well as with the whole process.
Can't wait to work together asap
If you don't want to feel blue, work with BLUE. He is every patient. He goes extra miles to get your vision a reality. Job well done each time. He is very creative as well. I'm a repeat.
Blue's work is innovative and a breathe of fresh air. Attentive and fast delivery. Will work with Blue again.
I started off just telling Blue basically what kind of vibe I was going for, and Blue got straight to work! I gave them some examples, and they came back with a wonderful beat! :) Blue was also really helpful in figuring out what I wanted in the beat, what kind of instruments and sound I wanted, and their response time was always fast. Thank you Blue! I love my beat :)
Blue helped me with my song a lot. He made a beat and added awesome effects. The result was so great! He understood the idea made it sound on the whole other level. Now I want to do more tracks with his help.
Interview with Blue Glass Production
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: It varies from Hip-Hop/R&B to Psychedelic Pop to Synthwave to Trip-Hop/Electronica.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: If I have been asked to do a full track I will first request references to the sound/genre which the client desires. Then I will do a basic draft of the type of beat. From there the client guides me through the changes they would like to the different parts of the track (drums, bass, leads, keys etc). Once they are happy with the arrangement, we will repeat this process for the mix (if a mix has been requested).
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: It has been 14 years since I started making music. I began making simple beats and gradually learned to play guitar and then bass. I interned in a recording studio for 4 years and then studied audio engineering at Cape Audio College for another 3 years.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Damon Albarn because, in my humble opinion, he is one of the most creative and versatile musicians/songwriters of his era and has an elegant style when it comes to songwriting. He produces music than touches on many different genres that are all unmistakably his style.
Q: What questions do you ask prospective clients?
A: Do you have references? What other pieces of music would you like your track to be put in playlist with? How would you like the music to feel and what images/scenes play out in your mind when you imagine listening to the music? How should the production be sonically and what sort of tone do you desire? Soft, aggressive, warm, bright etc. How do you want the music to evolve/progress. What sort of journey are we going on here?
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: A friendly, courteous, honest, patient and punctual experience working with me :-)
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: It will be a first draft pick lol. I am very prompt when it comes to schedules and deadlines so speed is not a concern. People tend to think, however, that when they request a song or a production that it will come back after the first draft being exactly the way they imagined. Getting the right product depends on communication of ideas and desires for the direction of the music. It will take some sculpting to get exactly what you're looking for and we will work together to bring it to life.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Groove, mellow timbres and harmonic layers. I'm also skilled at sound design and programming ambient and evolving synth pads.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Connecting with others, creating art together and communicating emotion through music and sound.
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both, because nothing exists in isolation and one should use all of the available tools at one's disposal to create something unique and interesting. If it suits the sound, it doesn't matter if it's analog or digital.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Smooth, groovy, relaxing, meditative and psychedelic.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Hip-Hop Beat production, editing, synth programming, vocal production and mixing.