Sound Artist Management

Mystery Mixtape

Mystery Mixtape – Live Music Quiz

Mystery Mixtape sits somewhere in the middle of a live musical performance and a classy pub quiz. In the virtual world, audiences need something more than just a musical performance; they need something to draw them in. Thus Mystery Mixtape was born…

It can sit anywhere from ‘a bit of fun’ to ‘really quite challenging’ depending on what a client wants. It is separated into rounds with different themes/flavours. Watch the video on the home screen to get an idea of the variety involved.

Live Quiz
Although pre-records are techincally possible, most customers go for the live experience. The fun of real-time interaction is often where the magic lies. Mystery Mixtape dials into an online call – almost all major platforms are supported including Zoom, MS Teams and Skype – and my video window becomes the show. I overlay all the graphics and sound FX right then and there. I also constantly interact with the chat window or any guests who decide to unmute and have a chat! Check out my demo quiz below.

Answers and Marking
As the show proceeds, participants can either write their answers down at home and then mark them for themselves when I go through the answers at the end OR I can provide an online web application that allows them to enter their answers online. Watch the video below to see how this works.

Full Band Option
If you want the dynamism and engagement of a full live band then Mystery Mixtape can be delivered as a fourpiece with the musicians that comprise The Herringbone Cocktail Club.

The Herringbone Cocktail Club

The Herringbone Cocktail Club is a truly unique and captivating fourpiece from London, UK. With their barbershop-tight harmonies and incredible musical arrangements, they have been lighting up events all over the world since 2018.

And these guys don’t don’t just play your average covers; they mix cocktails. Uniquely blended and perfectly balanced, these mini musical adventures will leave your guests screaming for more. 

Unlike a lot of acoustic bands, The Herringbone Cocktail Club comes, as standard, with various amplification options. This makes them one of the most versatile bands on the events circuit, effortlessly providing the perfect level of sound, from an afternoon drinks reception to a full-scale evening party for hundreds of people.

The Herringbone Cocktail Club is a new breed of roaming band. They can move amongst your guests creating a magical atmosphere but, unlike other roaming bands, they add a variety of amplification options, ensuring the volume and distribution of sound is perfectly matched to your event.

They use wireless technology to transmit each element of their sound. A technician then mixes this into a perfectly balanced audio feed which can be used in a number of ways. Have a look at the following illustrations to see which one (or more) might suit your event best.

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The “Sunny Afternoon” option provides the perfect backdrop to an outdoor drinks reception or similar. A bespoke, mobile and battery powered PA system can provide light amplification, whilst allowing your guests to hear their conversations. This also gives endless possibilities for where the band perform.

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The “Walk This Way” option allows a more even sound coverage by feeding into a PA system that is positioned over a wider area. Often these systems are already in place on larger events where they are needed for speeches or presentations. The band can roam effortlessly through the venue providing a focus of interactive fun as they go but at the same time ensuring that all guests have wonderful music to enjoy

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“Let’s Dance” is the option for those who love to party. The band pack all the punch of a traditional amplified band on stage but their wireless technology means they can play from the middle of a packed dancefloor. This also means that the stage can be kept free for a DJ (or even another band).