Here’s a look at a new RTÉ 2FM series called Behind The Track which provides a fly on the wall insight into how some of our favourite tracks are made.
Each episode breaks down song and video elements to give a fascinating insight into how hit songs are conceived, created and delivered. I served as a consultant on the three-part series, which was broadcast as a radio and video series.
This 3 part series takes a look ‘Dublin’ by Sello, ‘Shark Eyes’ by Sorcha Richardson. and the making of ‘Up De Flats’ by Gemma Dunleavy.
The first two are out now.
First up, Sello talks about the making of his breakout debut hit ‘Dublin’, with a performance of the track with his producer and traditional musician Ayomax who plays bagpipes in the video.
And then, Sorcha Richardson discusses the creation of, and plays ‘Shark Eyes’:
Beta Da Silva will be dropping episode 3 of ‘Behind The Track’ with Gemma Dunleavy, on The New Music Show next Wednesday from 7pm. Tune in to 2FM for the first listen.
Behind The Track was created and produced by TinPot Productions for 2FM as part of IRP (Independent Radio Productions)