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Events

Our approach to 'soundtracking' includes music curation at festivals, events and commercial spaces, often encapsulating an entire day (or more) to showcase a high-quality program of music to fit the occasion.

Hospitality @ Glastonbury Festival

Hospitality @ Glastonbury Festival

With Leo having been a resident DJ at Glastonbury every year since 2005, in 2016 we took responsibility for the booking and curation of all the DJs across the weekend at Lulu's - the main hospitality bar behind the Pyramid Stage.

Having seen many new exciting areas develop around the festival over the past 10 years, the feeling was that it needed someone to take ownership of the music, and ensure the soundtrack was just right from 9am-3am each day.

With two successful years now achieved, we can't wait to return in 2019.

Hole & Corner @ Port Eliot Festival

Hole & Corner @ Port Eliot Festival

Over the past four years, Hole & Corner magazine have created one of the finest interactive craft areas of any festival in the land - bringing together their network of incredible craftsmen and women in a way only they can.

Each year, we have worked closely with H&C, delivering a soundtrack to not just fit, but elevate the occasion and help make it "a festival within a festival".

In 2017, we invited Boxpub to work together with ourselves and Hole & Corner to create a new bar and music space for the festival, bigger and better than ever. We curated 4 full days of DJs, from morning till late, bringing together selectors (listed below) from the Amateurism crew and various guests:

Leo Walton, Rob Leggatt, Ru Warner, Gilbey, Gavin Lucas, Rupert Walton, Jon Cooke, Jack Sellen, Sam Bedford, Otto Marling, Rebecca Whitney, Sam Wilson, Leigh Marling, Seb Marling, C&S Strategies, Pete Wiggs, Sally Walton, Laura Barton, Grace Winteringham

The New Craftsmen @ Selfridges

The New Craftsmen @ Selfridges

We were approach to help soundtrack two key events for 'A Home For All', the specially created space by The New Craftsmen within Selfridges.

Each event created different immersive experiences for the attendees, and it was essential the soundtrack was just right to the occasion. It needed to be present and atmospheric, similarly craft-lead and live in sound, and never at all dominate the airwaves.

It was a unique brief, and a pleasure to be involved.