Nautica on Branding, Gaining DJ Support and Networking (Ep.024)

Updated: Apr 11, 2020

Interview: Nautica on Branding, Gaining DJ Support and Networking

Taking Liverpool and the UK's house scene by storm, Nautica are without a doubt one to watch. With recently landing on both Solid Grooves Raw and DVINE sounds along with an incredible array of shows this year - including We Are Festival, they are certainly doing something right. In this episode, we sit down with Caolan and Josh to talk about Branding, gaining DJ support and networking.

So what will you learn in this podcast episode of Your Music Industry?

1 - The importance and value of building and developing your brand as an artist

2 - How they’ve got their music supported by big DJ names and how you can too

3 - The positive mindset that Nautica have on networking and building relationships in the industry that have helped them gain traction as an artist and brand

A little bit about Nautica...

Under the moniker of Nautica, DJ and Production duo Josh Lewis and Caolan Savage are rising quickly onto the scene – the pair are crafting their hard hitting sound on dancefloors gathering some serious heat.

With successive chart-breaking EP’s recently landing on both Solid Grooves Raw and & DVINE Sounds, imprints already hosting a wealth of talent, alongside an ever growing repertoire of unreleased productions, 2019 is set to be the year Nautica come to the forefront of the UK House and Techno scene.

Gathering early support from some of the industry's biggest and best - with artists such as Jamie Jones, Solardo, Marco Carola, Michael Bibi & Sam Divine already on board, it is undeniable that the future is definitely looking bright for the pair.


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