A Dubstep DJ from Teesside, who produces and self-releases his own tracks has signed to a Manchester record label.
Nemesis discovered Liam’s self-released tracks and contacted him about working with them.
The discovery and signing of Liam represents the talent Teesside has to offer.
Liam is proud to represent Teesside through his Dubstep music.
Liam said: “There isn’t a lot of artists making Dubstep, so I feel proud to stand out whilst also representing this area.”
“I feel proud to be a part of the small yet thriving music scene of Teesside”.
Music release plans
Liam is set to release regular music with Nemesis, with his first track release on 28 April.
Currently, he has 40 completed tracks he is waiting to release.
Liam also plans to continue self-releasing more tracks to keep up consistency.
Liam has loved dubstep music since the age of 12 and started mixing it on DJ decks at age 13.
He bought his first set of decks- Numark CD mix 1’s and began practising.
Liam said: “I downloaded a lot of music during this time and started to wonder how people made it, so I started making loops on decks and chopping up sounds.”
“I quickly realised this wasn’t how you made music and got my first DAW at around 14 years old and started trying my hand at making riddim dubstep”.
DAW, Digital Audio Workstation is a software application used to produce, edit, and record audio files.
Liam quickly transitioned from practicing mixing music to producing his own tracks.
He said: “My obsession for electronic music then transitioned from mixing into producing and then fast forward to now and I’m still doing it!”