Are you a talented producer LOOKING TO FURTHER YOUR CAREER?

The record producers and engineers represented by Pineapple Music account for some of the most exciting new and established recording studio talent in the music industry today!  We provide producers a range of benefits; from getting more work, direction and support, new contacts and increased credibility to freeing up your time so you can concentrate on what really matters to you; the music!


We care about you and your music and manage for you and with you. We're a small management company with an emphasis on fair and transparent practice. ​ With a family feel, being managed here you'll be working with Trina who is one of the hottest and most exciting music producer managers on the scene. 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 talent with respect, integrity and morals. Plus, with creative guidance from Andrew Kingslow; a renowned musician and producer himself.

We represent a range of successful and influential producers, songwriters, mixers, engineers, remixers and programmers from all over alongside a selection of the best up-and-coming creative studio and writing talent. Our clients are responsible for records and podcasts from some of the world's biggest recording artists and celebs including Matt Terry (X Factor winner), Rob Beckett (comedian), rapper Lethal Bizzle, Lily Allen, Joey Essex (reality TV star), Boys II Men, Ne-Yo and many more!


We are selective about the producers we manage; only representing those with whom we feel a particular personal and artistic affinity, and those with a hard working and moralistic attitude. We believe this is the best way to support your music and our clients with the greatest conviction and integrity. You must be self-determined, hard working and have a proven track-record of discipline and success whereby we can help you to further develop your music and career. For us, work ethic and drive are just as important as creativity and artistry. We feel that unless a producer has the compelling drive for hard work and diligence that are essential to success, things are not going to work out even if the producer shows great promise. 


We usually ask the following questions and need to fulfil the below criteria to manage you:

  • You should be working in the music production industry full time to require management

  • Are you ready for a manager? A producer manager helps you expand your career. This means that you should already be at some comfortable level in your career and just need a little help from us to push your career to higher levels.

  • You can present high-quality musical recordings and not just some badly made bedroom demos!

  • You have proof of a strong fan base – active followers in social media, high video plays, an incredible number of YouTube subscribers, a big mailing list, etc.



We are passionate about people, music and your work which is why we manage with care, respect, integrity and morals. Management with us is broad and personalised to you; we help clients plan album projects, orchestrate record releases and tours, create marketing and merchandising strategies, get paid for their work, and establish and pursue long-term career goals.


Over the years we've bloomed into a company that wants to stop mismanagement of upcoming artists, musicians and producers and that’s what Electric Pineapple are all about. So, if you're hard working, independent, determined and above all super talented; then send us through a demo now! 



If you're a talented producer and you'd like to explore your career with Electric Pineapple, get in touch and send some demo work to and we'll take a listen. 


Please note: it has always been our policy to listen to every submission of work we receive but we are a small company and, as much as we’d like to, we just don’t have time to write a personal response to everyone who sends us their music.  So, if you don’t hear back from us within a month it means that – for any number of reasons – we have decided not to take things further at this time.