Myles Mumford pushes the envelope of expression in the audio realm. A prolific record producer, engineer and sound artist, Myles refuses to submit to genres, engaging in musical expression wherever he can. From Avant to Classic, Pop to Punk Myles explores auditory art with reckless activity and embraces musical expression without.
Myles has been producing since the late 90's and in that time has worked extensively across all spheres of music and audio creation including record production, music and effects for film, music and effects for theatre, location recording, concert production and more. He is well known for his musical and collaborative approach to recording, and his ability to create a sense of presence and space. Myles’ productions can be heard across Australian radio and a wide variety of streaming services and regularly receives critical acclaim in the form of featured singles, featured albums, or album of the week in a variety of contemporary media.
“Genres in themselves don’t interest me. Good music made with passion and skill is what I love and there are no boundaries to that, it can be found anywhere…”
Tomas Strode is a Melbourne musician, sound engineer and producer who has worked extensively across Australia and New Zealand for the past decade. As well as an experienced live sound engineer, production manager and recording engineer, Tomas has over 15 years experience as a guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, playing in many bands and featuring on many recordings.
Tomas is a founding partner of Rolling Stock Recording Rooms, where he has worked across many genres as a producer, engineer and musician on several notable albums, singles and releases. Recent studio work includes Triple J newcomer Harmony Byrne, Golden Guitar winners Mustered Courage and Port Fairy favourites La Busca.
As a live sound sound engineer Tomas works with many of Australia’s finest musicians, runs production at Melbourne's Memo Music Hall and Flying Saucer Club and tours the country extensively with The Spiegeltent.
Zvi Belling is a composer, music producer, bass player and architect. He designed Rolling Stock Recording Rooms and it’s neighbour The End to End Building with Easey's burger restaurant within it’s train carriages. He is also design architect for 3PBS radio, The Jazzlab and the well publicised Hive Graffiti Apartments.
He runs the Afro Jazz outfit The Royal Swazi Spa and co-directs the ARIA nominated afrobeat ensemble The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra. His latest venture is a hip hop jazz project called ZEDSIX.
As a bass player he has worked in the rhythm section with well known artists such as Gregory Porter, Nick Murphy (fka Chet Faker), Hugh Masekela, PJ Powers, Barney Rachabane (Paul Simon’s Graceland) Johnny Clegg and Juluka.
Jem Savage is a musician, engineer and sound artist with two decades' experience recording music across a wide range of genres.
As an audio engineer for contemporary and experimental music, Jem combines keen musical literacy with wide-ranging experience and practical know-how to fulfil the needs of the most technically demanding projects - including recordings of Alvin Lucier works “Swing Bridge” and “Sizzles” for the Australian Art Orchestra.
Jem has performed or collaborated with a unique cross-section of improvisers, experimental musicians and composers including Peter Knight (Artistic Director - AAO), Andrea Keller, Tilman Robinson, and Kate Neal. He recently co-produced albums for Freedman Fellowship 2016 winner James McLean (James McLean/ Phil Treloar “Dispositions”, James McLean Quartet) and finalist Joe O’Connor (Unfix, Blind Spot)
Jem is currently a PhD candidate within the Fine Arts and Music at the University of Melbourne.