Having adored music since he started playing guitar at just 8 years old, Nick’s studio and composition experience is very wide and varied. He has composed and played live throughout the UK and Europe in a variety of guises, ranging from concerts for classical guitar and chamber orchestra to radio and festival appearances in heavy rock and indie bands, from intimate acoustic folk sessions for the BBC to creating EDM remixes for acts such as the Skints and Bring me the Horizon.
As well as developing a wide palette of musical genres in which he can compose, this journey has imbued Nick with a keen interest in ensuring that groove and harmonic content of a composition work together to accurately reflect the vibe and ethos of a brief. He approaches each new project with passion and drive, keen to bring a unique level of creativity to all that he produces.
Paul Miro’s career started in the early 90’s with acts like Candyflip and Apes, Pigs & Spacemen (AP&S), through to the current day with his self-released solo albums and collaborative work with household names. As the dreadlocked front man, riffmeister and songwriter behind the 1990s Kerrang-obsessed rock powerhouse that was Apes, Pigs & Spacemen, they created critically acclaimed albums including Transfusion (1995), Snapshot (1998) and Free Pawn (2003).
Over the past two decades Paul has crafted songs for a variety of other artists, TV programmes and films, including music for the coverage of the 2012 London Olympics. Miro’s brand new album, Sometimes You Get, Sometimes You Get Got (SYGSYGG) also saw him nominated at The Artists In Music Awards 2014 for the Best Music Video category, with his song ‘Kings Of Mediocrity’.
Anna is singer/songwriter, composer, session vocalist and voice over artist and has worked professionally in the music industry for over ten years. In that time Anna’s toured the world in various bands and as a solo artist, and worked with stars such as Edwin Starr and Martin Carthy. Winner of 2009’s Guildford Music Award for Best Female Solo Artist, she started her career touring as a vocalist with soul band ‘The Commitments’. Anna has released two albums and an EP to critical acclaim (winning several awards for her last album ‘River Man’).
Anna has written songs for other artists, radio and TV advertising, and provides vocals for many TV animations, songs and advert, where she also composes some of our more folk, acoustic and pop based jingles. Anna has an impressive vocal range and can deliver any style, from urban and pop, right through to West End theatre and everything in between.
Josh Trotter is a UK-based Musician and Music Producer whose work lay’s primarily within composition and studio production. His musical output reflects a truly eclectic taste and interest in all musical genres. As well as producing music for radio and film, Josh continues to write music for performance for the concert hall, when he’s not working for New Noise Audio. Recent commissions include solo Viola for Canadian Violist Jamie Arrowsmith and fretless guitar commissioned by Rich Perks.
Josh has worked with Hungry Yeti Productions, which focuses on producing and scoring traditional story-led drama and experimental soundscapes for radio plays, which are broadcast on the BBC. He has also worked on various projects for fashion brands through agencies, which includes writing music for their media campaigns. As a performer he’s toured Europe and North America to sell-out audiences with Ali Azimi.
Chris Hollis started his radio career 15 years ago, creating audio for a number of stations including Heart, Bob FM, Hertbeat, Jack FM and Kerrang radio, producing everything from beds and jingles to radio imaging and bespoke parody tracks for breakfast shows. He founded New Noise Audio in 2008, seeing a real need for high-quality music that wasn’t direct from a music library, and a lack of quality bespoke music on the airwaves.
Chris has also written and produced music for a number of synchronisation and production libraries over the past decade, creating bespoke music for TV adverts for brands such as IKEA, as well as creating radio imaging packages and music for online videos. As a Studio Engineer, Chris has worked with a number of successful acts including Fort Hope, Stuart O’Connor, Scream! Shout! Say Nothing and Olivier award winner Katie Brayben.
With a lifetime passion for music, Stacey began singing and performing at just 4 years old and attended Red Roofs Theatre School throughout her youth, completing several Trinity Guildhall exams in classical singing. Her passion for media, writing and marketing developed throughout her education, where she later worked with magazine titles such as Woman & Home, Health Magazine and Nuts.
Stacey studied a Journalism and Marketing BA (Hons) at University, where she went on to work with various fashion and lifestyle brands, managing large budget marketing campaigns and projects for TV and Grand Designs Live. Since then Stacey has balanced her 10-year marketing career with singing for TV and radio adverts for New Noise Audio. She loves designing websites, graphics and marketing materials…and did we mention Champagne.