Artist Spotlight: Audioscribe • Volume
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Written by: Shay Coulson | Photo(s) by: Maya Fraser

Artist Spotlight: Audioscribe

Name: Audioscribe

Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT

Genre: Drum & Bass

Age: 24

Fun Fact: “I’m a really big nerd about things that I’m interested in. I can talk on and on about the expanded universe, and a lot of RPG games like Final Fantasy.”

Music Influences: Pendulum, a lot of hip-hop, shoegaze, and coffeehouse music

When Did You Start Playing Music?: “It’s been almost 10 years now, when I was first introduced to Drum & Bass music back in December 2011. I was in a punk rock music forum, and one of my friends introduced me to the genre and electronic production. It opened my eyes that I can make my own music. I’ve been playing guitar for 14 years now, and hope to bring that into some of my production sometime soon.”


“Free Fall” – 2014
“Wormhole Etiquette” – 2017
“Shimmer” – 2020
“Hymn” – 2020
“Letting Go” – 2020
“Oracle” – 2021
“Who We Are” – 2021

Current Projects & New Releases:

Critical Mass Vol. 1

“When REAPER and his team were talking about making a compilation with Space Yacht, they wanted Justin Hawkes and I involved pretty early on. I remember I didn’t hear anything about it for about three months and then I submitted a song I was working on at the time. I kind of knew what to expect since it was mostly an American compilation but there was plenty of surprises for me. I was pleasantly surprised with how good it turned out, every song is really sick and original. It was a really good showcase of what’s going on in the Drum & Bass scene.”


Upcoming Shows: Set of shows in the works for the next year but nothing is confirmed yet.

Favorite Past Show: Nothing might be my “favorite” as a lot of the past ones were house shows and parties.

Dream Venue To Play: Red Rocks Amphitheatre

What Do You Want Fans To Feel When They Listen To Your Music?: “People say that a lot of my music feels really summery and happy, but to me I always feel like I make more sad music. It doesn’t really matter to me, as long as my music invokes some form of feeling in people. I have a muscle disorder that I was born with, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and I’ve been in a wheelchair for the past six years. Making music has been a really good outlet that I’ve continued to use to help me process that and keep me around. I hope that my music can spark some sort of inspiration and hope in other people as well.”