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London, England, United Kingdom | INDIE

London, England, United Kingdom | INDIE
Band Pop EDM


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Ben Braund
C. McCormack
Daley Padley
Daniel Bartak
James Muir
Jo Mills
Keithan Carter
KuJay DaDa
Leiam Sullivan
Leigh Devlin
Lyn Goddard
Max Linen
Michael e
Nanchang Nancy
Patrick Alavi
Rob Roar

We have some amazing talent here at Mustard and can deliver right across the board genre wise from Chill Out to Dance to Pop. Whether it's song or/and production co-writes with your artists, are you needing a big song for an instrumental or an Accappella to write a new productions to. We also can supply top quality voice overs for adverts, TV etc.

Between Mustard and Bucks we have a serious data base of contacts, we have offices all over the world...making sure our artists Copyrights are registered and collected properly, putting their material forwards for TV Synchs, Adverts and Compilations.

Drop us a mail or give us a call if we can help with any of the above.



Mustard Music Publishing Limited was set up in 2004 by Max Mackie (Slip N Slide/Platiplus/Flying Records) and Rob Roar (Phonetic Recordings/R&S Records). With over 30 years of experience between them in the Music Industry, a wealth of contacts and one of the best track records for A&R'ing demos/productions with potential great ideas, adding songs to them, helping with production and turning those good ideas into BIG records. Rob is the Director of Phonetic Recordings ( one of the top five dance labels in the world today, he also held Head of A&R roles at two of the most influential record labels Global Cuts/R&S Records - Belgium and Slip N Slide/Kickin Music. He has written/worked with many big acts including Tom Jones & Boy George. He also manages chart topping group Bodyrox -

Max's early days saw him co-managing the infamous Flying Records, he then went on to run Slip N Slide/Kickin and Platipus Recordings (Robert Miles 'Children)' and was intstrumental for giving Deep Dish their big break when they remixed Delacey's 'Hideaway' for him.