Music is what you make it


‘Asking for Trouble’ Debut Album by Dan Bettridge

On July 6th one of Trackd’s first ever artists ‘Dan Bettridge’ will release his debut studio album ‘Asking For Trouble’.  Songs that feature on the album were first ideas that were laid down by Dan on Trackd, the songs were penned in Wales in his songwriting cabin and then subsequently developed with his producer Charlie


Christmas Song Contest 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Which means we’re giving you a chance to take part in something very special. You’ve got 12 days to write, record and publish a Christmas song to your Trackd profile for a chance to win 3 bespoke crafted Rotor music videos!   🎄 With Rotor and Trackd you can


The Beatles “Hey Jude” Re-Trackd!

50 years ago today Hey Jude was recorded by The Beatles at Trident Studios in Soho, London the world’s first 8 track recording studio.  It was released in the USA a few weeks later on August 26th  where it hit the number one spot in the charts and stayed there for nine straight weeks!   


“I’m Floating in a Most Peculiar Way”: The Creation and Unexpected Success of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”

“I’m Floating in a Most Peculiar Way”: The Creation and Unexpected Success of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” On May 12th, 2013, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield brought the vivid imagery of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” lyrics full circle when he posted his performance of the song on YouTube. Uploaded nearly 45 years after Bowie recorded the


Trackd artist Shimai release brand new EP

Introducing a brilliant Trackd artist called Shimai which is Japanese for ‘sisters’, with their mesmerising sibling harmonies and indie folk style. The duo have been playing live at various festivals and venues across the UK. Highlights include being support for 90’s band ‘Dodgy’, ‘Geoff Downes’ of ‘The Buggles’ and ‘Asia’ also featuring on the recent rock n’


Happy 50th Anniversary Trident Studios!

“Hey Jude”, “Brown Sugar” and “Space Oddity” happened because of this day 50 years ago.   On this day, March 8th 1968, Trident Studios in London was born. My Dad, Norman Sheffield, having been frustrated by the working culture and technical limitations of studios at the time, decided to create his own alternative start up