Music Performance & Production Level 3 Extended Diploma Yr 2

Featuring projects created by our Year 2 level 3 Music Students during lockdown, along with selected highlights from the year.

Lucas Leitch

Songwriter, producer and musician Lucas Leitch bring his three track EP Half Past Nine to Neutral Ground Records, also available on Spotify. Half Past Nine was started at College and finished during the lockdown. Lucas has been offered a place at BIM in Brighton to study Music Production in the next academic year. Half Past […]

Phoebe Munday

Phoebe Munday is a singer songwriter who has been composing and performing songs since 2017. Her haunting voice and understated delivery style draw you in and leave you wanting more. Her work explores a range of haunting production and compositional skills through themes that are explored lyrically.   3:11 You Still Breathing Please Call Me […]

Felix Cleeve

Psychedelic sensuality is ever present in the work of Felix Cleeve. He takes inspiration from stories of soldiers in the First World War who suffered the effects of Mustard Gas for his track entitled Close Your Eyes. This results in a trip back in time musically and lyrically, with a modern feel. The second song, […]

Teide Bryce

Don’t We All is written and produced by the fantastic singer songwriter Teide Bryce who brings her personal but optimistic slice of pop music to Neutral Ground Records.  Teide is helping her Dad build a recording studio in the back garden during lockdown as well as practicing guitar and song writing. When the music venues resume business, Teide will be out playing live in order to promote her songs.

Annabel Butterfield

The Minds Lost At War, created by Annabel Butterfield, is a sound installation that represents the mental suffering endured by soldiers of the First World War, something that was little understood and managed at the time. The stimulus for this idea is the trauma and mental illnesses that were a consequence of WWI, including Tinnitus, […]

Rebecca Howard

Rebecca has been writing since 2018 and uses a lot of collaboration in her work. However as this has not been possible since the lockdown, she has written solo pieces of electronica and brings the track Digdun to Neutral Ground Records. Rebecca has been offered a place at BIM in Brighton to study Music Production […]

Hannah Assefa

Film maker Hannah Assefa has created a short film using found footage of the First and Second World Wars, supported by her composed ambient soundtrack. The work draws the audience in, allowing time for reflection and rebirth, as represented by the poppy.


Nights Like This is a laid-back track by smooth and commercial R&B vocalist Snooze, working in collaboration with producer That Boss Evan. Currently whipping up a storm in The States with new EP The Dream Tape receiving over one thousand plays, his time has come.  Snooze has been offered unconditional places at West London University […]

Roan Westall

Composer Roan Westall composes music for video games and is inspired by Chiptune, also known as chip music.  This piece entitled Boss Fight – Missed Train was produced and mixed on the eve of lockdown. Roan has been offered unconditional places at Falmouth and Southampton Solent University to study Music Production.

Shannon Barnett

Composer, singer, live performer and sound designer Shannon Barnett is a very versatile music professional who demonstrates her skills of Foley and sound design. Shannon is progressing to study Music Production at Falmouth University. Shannon is currently working on another piece of sound design from home during lockdown.

Nathaniel Wilkson

Music producer and multi-instrumentalist Nathaniel Wilkson skillfully supports the voices of Harry Patch and Sidney Williams using musical accompaniment to emphasise the importance of the First World War stories being told.

What students have said

The singing videos sent to me by Nick have helped me very much in learning how to sing with better breath control. Mark has also helped me by sending me interesting and experimental music.- Music Anon

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