24 track digital recording and music video production.
See below for previous music projects and videos
Formed from the inplosion of Big White Stairs, Sylvain were a short lived punk rock band fronted by brothers Steven and Andrew Young. The band gained notoriety for being banned from numerous venues around the country due to the rock n roll antics of guitarist Paul 'clash' Morris, egged on by their (ex Stone Roses/The High) manager Andy Cousins. With nowhere left to play, the band's last gig was in 1997 in their hometown of Macclesfield. Influenced by the New York punk scene of the 70s and the UK's blokish glam counterparts, Sylvain always began their gigs with the deafening sound of stomping jack boots and early warning sirens in reverence to Johnny Thunders and The Heartbreakers. Band line-up Steven Young (vocals), Andrew Young (lead guitar), Paul Morris (rhythm guitar), Alan Lee (bass), Dayle Halman (drums)
Big White Stairs
Part of the ‘Britpop’ era of the mid 90s Big White Stairs released three 7” singles ‘Non Star’, ‘Help Me Out’ and ‘So Long’ on their own label Periscope records (distributed by Pinnacle Records) and two 10” Eps. Band line-up Steven Young (vocals), Andrew Young (lead guitar), Stephen Malkin (Hammond organ), Dayle Halman (drums), Alan Lee (bass) and Ray Massey (drums on ‘Help Me Out’ and ‘So Long’). The band performed three live sessions for Mark Radcliffe and Mark Riley on Radio One and Radio 5 in the mid nineties