Michael Simmons is the man behind Conformist, hailing originally from the picturesque village of Dale in Pembrokeshire; Michael’s musical inspiration quickened with a move to Cardiff's beckoning City lights and 2012 saw the release of his critically acclaimed debut album "Paid To Fake It".
OPUS 4 is a group of Sydney's best young string players. A highly skilled group of professional musicians who specialise in providing high quality live music for major private and corporate events. Versatility is at the heart of the group with the ability to present a wide range of music and performance styles equally convincingly. Their extensive repertoire ranges from Baroque to Rock.
John has been an active production music composer for over 20 years, writing for the largest UK libraries. His music has been used on The Oprah Winfrey Show, A Touch of Frost (UK ITV), Place In The Sun (UK Ch 4), Mega Factories (Nat Geographic), Comedy Roast (Comedy Central).
Bellavia was born in Savona, Italy in 1976. From an early age, he studied music at the State Conservatory of Music. Bellavia's prizes and acknowledgments include 1st Classification 21st International Competition for Jazz Orchestral Arrangement and 1st prize at the 4th National Competition Waltex jazz competition with the duet. In 2006, he collaborated with the Cuneo Conservatory Orchestra with whom he played contemporary music and wrote arrangements for strings and choir on the music of Duke Ellington.
The Quadraphonic All Stars project was born from Stuart Conde's obsession with vintage synthesizers from the 70's and 80's. Stuart grew up listening to synthesizer pioneers like Giorgio Moroder, John Foxx, Human League, Joy Division, Vince Clarke and of course Kraftwerk. He's also massively influenced by movie soundtrack masters like Lalo Schifrin, John Barry, Philip Glass, Ennio Morricone and John Carpenter, mixing raw analogue, heavily sequenced sounds, with a classy dynamic cinematic aesthetic.