Francis Depuydt producer
Francis is into music since he was 8 years old, and his mam put her violin in his small hands and said 'now this violin is yours to play, son'. So he studied the violin until his 18th birthday.
First rock band (Tribe) from 1990 to 2001, where he played... the violin. And guitar and backing vocals. Francis wrote or co-wrote most of the songs of Tribe. With Tribe, he made 2 CDs (Stone Cold and Temper), and played numerous gigs in numerous venues in the Flanders area - as well as some songs on regional and national TV. Seven weeks in De Afrekening top 30.
By the year 2000, Francis got more and more attracted to electronic music. Moving away from the rock and live scene, he spent more time at the helm in his project studio. Two music projects in the period 2000-2005: the dance metal project Unk!(www.unk.be, where 3 on-line albums are free to download) with the bass player and singer of the metal band Starspawn, and KNF - a collaboration with the ex-drummer of Tribe.
Realizing that he needed to chose between performing live and being in the studio, Francis chose to become a free-lance music producer.
Pascal Lewyllie Free-lance Composer
From the day he was born, Pascal was surrounded by music. Both his parents played in a music band : his mam was a singer and his dad played the sax and the harmonica. Pascal started his musical journey when he was 9 years old, by studying the classical guitar.
At the age of 16, Pascal fell for the traditional music of Ireland and France. He started to play the mandolin, bouzouki, banjo, accordion and tin whistles. He joined the folk band Krikkeljoen as multi-instrumentalist and co-composer.
Pascal got more and more attracted to jazz and classical music. He joined a classical choir and learned to play the piano and the flute. He also began to compose small music pieces for theatre and put poems to music, and started to
experiment with synthesizers and drumcomputers.
For the first time in his life, Pascal played rock music and picked up the electric guitar and the bass. He joined the coverband ForTune 5 (www.fortune5.be), in which he plays the guitar still today. At the same time, Pascal started an education in jazz guitar and jazz theory, and still continues to study.Since 2010, Pascal composes instrumental music pieces, using the wide variety of his musical influences and experiences.