MUSIC

Alex Over is a Music Artist. Having a vast catalog of releases he produced, which has been featured across various projects, collectively and independently, being featured on Primetime TV, Radio, and Online Press. Releases on EMI/Sony BMG Publishing. Alex is currently working in the studio on a new array of portfolio work from library music, moving image to the club scene, and soon getting back on stage. Launching a brand new collaborative independent label in 2020.

 

 

Library/Publishing Music

 

 

Club Music/Other Projects

 
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Alex's music career began by attending a DJ Skills course at Point Blank Music Studios in London, alongside gaining a DJ slot at various student nights and sealing a two-year residency in Brighton. He soon launched his independent label 'Over Recordings' and became part of electronic music four-piece 'Let the Machines Do the Work'.

 

They gained support from the likes of Annie Mac, who provided BBC Radio 1 coverage and a 'Track of the Day'. Both as a group and solo performances, Ales had several notable stage appearances alongside Booka Shade at Oval Space, Gottwood Festival, Friend Within, Ejeca, James Zabiela, Klangkarussell and Brighton's Great Escape preceding Flux Pavillion. He was also chosen to warm up for Zane Lowe at the Relentless launch party and DJ Mag's Global Gathering tent. Then came a steady stream of releases on labels such as Kerri Chandler's 'Madtech', quickly followed by Kitsune, Toolroom Longplayer, Champion, and Eton Messy. The Machines appeared on the 2018 Madtech Summer Sampler and remixed acclaimed Swedish artist Karen Park alongside Chris Lorenzo and Hannah Wants.

As the group's ventures came to an end, Alex went on to focus more on his other projects, one of which was given a 9/10 review in the DJ Mag 'New Releases' column and free downloads were available on XLR8R. Shortly after launching these projects, Alex met Drew Shobieri at music college, and they have combined their ideas ever since, creating smart, intricate music. The pair signed for an EP release on EMI sub-label, KPM shorts - [Sony BMG publishing] - which has featured on Primetime TV via Channel 4. 

 

Following this success, Alex decided to delve further into his solo career. A remix from Josh Butler revived Alex Over as a soloist followed by further study in Creative Sound Design at SAE London. 

Lastly, Alex is currently in the process of creating a new independent label. A whole new catalog showcasing a mix of Library Music, an imminent release schedule with a number of his tracks, other up-and-coming artists, and collaborative productions destined for release throughout 2020.  

More to follow.

DJ Mixes / Live Sets

 

This session/interview via Data Transmission was hosted by Four Four Four Music and features musician Alex Over articulating a new direction in approach and performance. Alex has been taking on a completely new spin towards his musical approach, which started off as a DJ at student nights, to going to Music College to learn more about the production side. This heavily influenced his more recent focus of learning and gaining experience by performing alongside, and gaining inspiration from, an array of electronic artists.