Upon First Meeting

A collaboration between Ashton Sellars and Dexter Hercules under their duo name Blutrayne. An instrumental Jazz/hip-hop piece also featuring Nai Barghouti on Flute and Joey Grant on bass. I co produced, played keys and percussion, mixed, and mastered.

Ashton Sellars – Guitar, Production
Dexter Hercules – Drums, Production
Nai Barghouti – Flute
Joey Grant – Bass

Hélé – EP

An EP made by Esfand, a duo with multi-instrumentalist/producer/composer Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz. Combining electronic music (for this EP mainly Techno) with elements of Iranian traditional and classical music. The first four songs were predominantly produced by Rouzbeh, where i joined for co-production and mixing later on, the final track Quiescence was done together.

Also featuring Habib Meftah on vocals for Hélé, and Mohsen Namjoo on Vocals for Quiescence.

52​.​0447° N, 4​.​2033° E

’52​.​0447° N, 4​.​2033° E’ a Jazz album by Hue Blanes’ Lowlands Quartet. I met Hue through Vito Viçar (who alos plays guitar on most of the record) and we talked about doing a more produced through composed jazz album than the more traditional ‘live registration’, this is the result. I co-produced and did sound design alongside Hue, engineered the recording alongside Tomas Velcka and played bass and drums on ‘For Keith’.

Hue Blanes: Co-Producer, Steinway Piano, Rhodes Electric Piano, Hammond B3 Organ, Prophet X5, Korg MS20, Xylophone, Drums, Percussion, Sampling, Vocals
Damien Charles: Mixing Engineer, Sound Design
Tomas Valecka: Recording Engineer
Ross Cockle: SSL Mastering Engineer
Jack Vintage: Artistic Concept, Design and Photography
Marija Voitenkova: Vocalist and Lyrics for Limburg (I Woke up in)
Raphaël Royer: Acoustic and Electric Basses
Vito Vicar: Acoustic and Electric Guitars
Kumar Shome: Electric Guitar in Live at the Half Note
David Puime Pérez- Drums

Remember Summer EP

A collaborative EP between Amsterdam based Singer songwriters Noa Lauryn and Benjamin Fro.
5 summer songs, I co wrote, produced, recorded, mixed, and played Bass and Keys on Ballad, as well as co-production (alongside Ollie de Jong), keys, percussion, and mixing Possibilities.

Noa Lauryn – Vocals
Benjamin Fro – Vocals
Jelle Spierings – Guitar
Yordi Petite – Drums


Noa Lauryn – Vocals
Benjamin Fro – Vocals
Ollie de jong – Bass, Guitar


Rock is a Jazz album I recorded for Giovanni Cigui (and a chordless quartet with two saxophones, bass and drums) over two sessions in late 2018 and early 2019. The album was recorded to tape (with digital transfers) mixed analog and mastered with an analog stage and digital finishing stage. I was assisted on the recording sessions by Weronika Wrzosek & Lim Moon-Young respectively, and it was released on Auand records in late 2020.

Giovanni Cigui – alto sax
Nicolo’ Ricci – tenor sax
Mauro Cottone – double bass
Giacomo Camilletti – drums
special guest
Alistayr Payne – trumpet on #2,6,9,11

produced by Giovanni Cigui
executive producer Marco Valente

Requiem for the Rial (Feat. Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz)

A song that I assisted my good friend Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz in recording/producing in De Gheijn Studios Den Haag, we rearranged parts of the song, recorded drums, percussion piano, clarinet, and bass. I performed parts of each (except the clarinet) and engineered the recording.

Produced by

Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz

Written by

Ehsan Goodarzi, Khatereh Hakimi, Rouzbeh Esfandarmaz

Colin Street EP

The Culmination of a year’s work, since meeting Noa, her debut EP
5 tracks all of which I mixed, recorded, produced, and performed various levels of instruments on, and I mastered all except S.Y.M.


All – Noa Lauryn – Vocals

Ashton Sellars – Guitar on No hurries
David Westcombe – Flute on No hurries
Simone Cesarini – Guitar on S.Y.M. and Care
Nello Biasini – Drums on SYM
Isaac McCluskery -Trombone on S.Y.M.
Jimmy Rainey – Tenor Sax on S.Y.M
Tyaan Singh – Alto Sax on S.Y.M.
Wiboud Berkins – Mastering on S.Y.M


The second single from Noa Lauryn debut EP Colin Street

A song about needing those moments of stillness when the world is hectic around you, I produced, recorded, played all the instruments, mixed, and mastered it.

Noa Lauryn – Vocals & Lyrics


Another song recorded as part of the EP with Sara Abraham, an atmospheric folk tune inspired by Sara’s Grandmother’s final days and passing, sung in her mother tongue of Greek.

I produced it, recorded it at the KC in Den Haag assisted by Cas Samson, mixed it and, and it was mastered by Marco Giaschi

Sara Abraham – Vocals
Auke de Vries – drums
Luciano Varela – double bass
Oriol Mares – Clarinet
Pablo Sanchez – acoustic guitar

Big Man

A song I produced, recorded and mixed for Sara Abraham, originally from Cyrpus now based in Rotterdam.

We recorded an EP in Den Haag as part of an initiative to forge a connection between our respective school (Codarts and the Koninklijk Conservatorium) assisted by Cas Samson, and mastering by Marco Giaschi

Sara Abraham – Vocals
Auke de Vries – drums
Luciano Varela – double bass
Gregorio Herreros Sanchez – piano
Oriol Mares – backing vocals
Pablo Sanchez – acoustic guitar
Mo Gahbler – percussion