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Maker

Maker

Maker


There is more than one artist with the name MAKER: 1) Alternative/indie Rock band from Springfield, Massachusetts, USA. (Engineer records) 2) Hip-Hop music producer from Chicago , Illinois, USA. 3) Retro rock band from UK. 4) Electronic music producer from Serbia 1) Taking equal parts urgency and angst, Maker has been weaving forceful and undeniably catchy songs for the better part of 5 years now. Their latest EP, simply entitled “Maker”, is a testament to their hard work and dedication as songwriters and musicians. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with the name MAKER: 1) Alternative/indie Rock band from Springfield, Massachusetts, USA. (Engineer records) 2) Hip-Hop music producer from Chicago , Illinois, USA. 3) Retro rock band from UK. 4) Electronic music producer from Serbia 1) Taking equal parts urgency and angst, Maker has been weaving forceful and undeniably catchy songs for the better part of 5 years now. Their latest EP, simply entitled “Maker”, is a testament to their hard work and dedication as songwriters and musicians.

The “Maker” EP is being released on November 13th through Engineer records in the UK/Europe, distributed in the U.S.A by Asbestos Records, and on vinyl via Black Numbers. This 5 song EP showcases the maturity they have been striving to hit ever since they started Maker in a Massachusetts basement some few years ago. “Maker” is the follow up to last years critically acclaimed full length “Mirrors”, which was released on CD/Digital on 6131 records and on vinyl via Animal Style records, respectively. They recorded this new EP at Zing Studios in Westfield, MA with the help of producer/engineer Eric Arena (A Day To Remember, Farewell To Freeway, The Modern Day Saint) and Jim Fogarty (The Devil Wears Prada, All That Remains, Arrows Over Athens). They recently shot a video for their first single “Shadows” with director Rob Soucy (Make Do And Mend, Defeater, A Loss For Words) and just finished up a UK tour with platinum recording artist Hawthorne Heights.

From November 16th-December 23rd they are heading out on a full US tour with Major League (No Sleep Records) and Turnover (Run For Cover Records). Maker has been known for their relentless touring prowess and is poised to finally create their own niche of Indie infused pop-punk and become a staple in the music scene. With a slew of tours and releases under their belt and armed with a new EP, Maker looks to be sure that anyone and everyone will hear what they have to say. Will you be listening? Dave Carter – Vocals Eric Soucy – Guitar Mickey Lebiedz – Guitar Mike Coyle – Bass Raffi Santourian – Drums 2) Hailing from a city just 40 miles outside of Chicago named Aurora –known mostly for its advances in streetlight technology. Marco Jacobo (aka Maker) has spent the past 12 years honing his production talent, releasing a barrage of albums/45s/remixes, and spending a lion’s share of his non-studio time on the road. But despite all this, you may not have heard his name mentioned until recently.

Emerging from the vital Chicago underground Hip-Hop community of the late 90s, his role as producer naturally kept him behind the scenes, tweaking levels and digging for ‘breaks,’ yet fans quickly began to associate hard, organic drums and deftly chopped/arranged dusty samples with ‘The Sound of Maker.’ After collaborating on a short series of underground releases with local artists, his beat-making prowess brought upon the attention of Chicago indie Hip-Hop record labels Birthwrite, and Galapagos4. Beginning with his critically acclaimed debut Honestly (Birthwrite, 2003. “the music leaves an indelible imprint” – rapreviews.com) and immediately segueing into his sophomore solo project Shooting The Breeze (Galapagos4, 2005), the mid-aught’s found Maker establishing a substantial following both within and outside of the Hip-Hop/Downtempo industries. Quality met quantity in a perfect balance as listeners were bombarded with various non-album projects like the limited press 7”s on Bully & Heardrums as well as the 7” series entitled The Maker Files (Shake It, 2007) featuring Maker, Joey Beats, and Scott Matelic. Rewind to 2003.

Soon after establishing himself as a Downtempo/Instrumental Hip-Hop powerhouse, Maker strived to incorporate live vocals and turntablism into his creations. The resulting endeavors include his long-running partnership with MC Qwel on the producer albums The Harvest (Galapagos4, 2004) and So Be It (Galapagos4, 2009) –these albums also double as the first & last releases in Qwel’s ‘Four Seasons’ series– as well as his lead producer role in the Hip Hop group Glue. Consisting of Adeem (two-time Scribble Jam Champion) and DJ DQ (Animal Crackers), Glue released a trio of full-lengths including Seconds Away (Ramona 2003), Sunset Lodge (Shake It, 2005), & Catch As Catch Can (Fat Beats, 2007). These projects afforded Maker the opportunity to perform alongside such notable, internationally-known artists like Pharcyde, DeLaSoul, Masta Ace, Prince Paul, Little Brother, Mike Relm, Mos Def, MF Doom, Cage, Killah Priest, Mr. Dibbs, 2Mex, Sixtoo, Blockhead, Shapeshifters, and many others with tour routes spanning the US, Europe, and Japan.

And specifically, Glue was a featured artist on MTV2 & Fuse.tv and showcased on Van’s Warped Tour. Maker’s creations have also been featured on songs by Sleep (Old Dominion), Josh Martinez (Camobear), Dessa (Doomtree), Psalm One, The Opus, and indie rock band Cassettes Won’t Listen. And more recently Maker’s production can be heard on the producer album entitled Graymaker, a collaboration with Grayskull (Rhymesayers, Old Dominion). From a licensing perspective, Maker beats have found their way onto various TV shows, movies, programs etc… like theThis American Life’s radio broadcast, the motion picture Trick ‘r Treat (WB, 2009), MTV’s The Buried Life TV series, and many more. But being a producer is only one result of Maker being a self-described ‘crate digger.’ After spending countless hours amongst piles and piles of dusty 45s, 12inch singles, and LPs, it became a natural evolution for Maker to begin DJing. In late 2006, he formed the DJ crew The Comeups Sound System along with industry peers DJ Intel (Platter Pirates, Dirty Social), DJ Pickel (Analog Addicts), & visual artist Jose Garibaldi (Little Brown Heart). A typical Comeups DJ set spans Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, Disco, House, Latin, Downtempo, & Breaks, and Maker’s DJ residencies have found him performing alongside artists like Pete Rock, Afrika Bambaataa, Steinski, Chicken George, Andy Smith of Portishead, Greyboy, DJ Day, D-Styles, Z-Trip, Peanut Butter Wolf, & Chairman Mao at nearly every trendy, low-fi, and/or large scale concert venue from Chicago to the West Coast. As a Live PA artist, Maker has performed varying selections of his compositions with such renowned artists like: Blu, Exile, Opus, DiVinci (Sollilaquists of Sound), Joey Beats, Boom Bip, Daedelus, Mr.

Dibbs, Edit (Glitch Mob), Gaslamp Killer, D-Styles, & Daddy Kev. www.Makerfinishedtheinternet.blogspot.com www.myspace.com/makerwon www.Gluemakesmusic.com www.Galapagos4.com www.Fatbeats.com 3) Retro rock band from the UK. Released the 'Run & Hide' EP in 2011. Band members: ALESSANDRO MARINELLI: Vocals ANDREW DONALDSON: Guitar GAVIN DONALDSON: Drums JOHN AUSTIN: Bass Guitar ANTHONY BROOKS: Hammond, Keyboards 4) Electronic music producer from Serbia Maker aka Nebojsa Milosavic (born 1978 in Belgrade, Serbia) has shown interest in music at early age. He played drums as a teenager and later discovered his talent for electronic music. After that he started to play live as a DJ and produce his own tracks.

Lately he made tracks in quality house and tech-house genre and is now signed by electronic groove culture More information and releases you'll find on his Label-Profile. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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