Electric Pineapple is a London Based top-quality music recording studio and production company specialising in writing, production, recording and artist development and management. Drawing on decades of experience in the music industry, we have a genuine passion for helping brilliant artists reach their full potential. Made up of Andrew Kingslow (production) and Trina Smith (business), we come with many years of experience producing, managing and composing in the UK music industry, having worked with the many of the industries leading artists, labels and publishers and racking up millions of plays on our productions along the way.
We care about you and your music and create and manage for you and with you. Nothing gives us more satisfaction than seeing musicians we admire get to do and be recognised for what they love doing – creating music! We're a management/production partnership with an emphasis on fair and transparent practice.
Andrew, who is an incredibly versatile multi instrumentalist and composer/producer of award winning music and a classically trained musician passionate about crafting authenticity into every note. And Trina, who is one of the hottest and most exciting music managers on the scene. As a duo, we provide all of the tools needed to create your perfect sound; whether that's for the charts, film, TV or advertisement. Together we manage Ben Lythe, Rob Late and Dan Carasco – all three of whom are utterly fabulous and have very different vibes and have many more in the making!
Trina Smith is one of London’s hottest and most exciting music managers. She's a strong and determined force with uncompromising standards! She is also an advisor for the Women In Music movement and an active member of the MMF. She is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the things she is passionate about; including looking after her artists. She manages and looks after her artists with respect, integrity and morals.
Trina says that the best part of her job is seeing a song or a plan come together for her artists as it makes her feel extremely proud. A bad day is having to shield artists from news that won't boost their confidence. As a manager, Trina completed her first major deal with one of the top three publishers in February, negotiated on a major label album and she has generated income well in excess of six figures within a six month period already in 2020 (Mid Lockdown). Constantly finding opportunity in the most unique of places she is definitely destined to be one of the industries greatest connectors.
Raised in North Manchester, Kingslow was awarded a scholarship from the age of ten to Chethams School of Music before completing a degree in percussion and piano at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and moving on from classic to jazz piano. At age 17 he was featured in a BBC documentary on the theme of nature versus nurture because of his ability to play several instruments. He started his career playing piano with orchestras such as the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Hallé Orchestra, and he also played keyboard in West End shows, including Blood Brothers. Plus, all whilst this was happening he was also playing at live drum and bass nights in Manchester on synths and programming.
Andrew is now a multi-instrumentalist, prolific producer, performer and writer with a career spanning an incredible three decades. His music has travelled the globe, gone viral and received millions of streams. As a performer, he has toured the world, and as a producer he has delivered for the likes of Sony/ATV, Sony Records, EMI records, Universal, Sony Pictures plus countless other major and independent labels. He also composes and produces soundtracks for award winning film, television and advertising. He was the music composer of the CBeebies shows Rastamouse, Apple Tree House, YolanDa’s Band Jam, and advertisements/syncs for Galaxy, Deloreon, Estee Lauder, Mentos (Top 20 most Viral Campaigns of 2016) and Microsoft being some of the highlights.