Andreas got his start in music at the youngest of ages by listening to his mother sing traditional music at weddings and concerts in Cyprus. Years later, upon graduating from Berklee College of Music, with a degree in Music Production and Engineering and in Contemporary Writing and Production, he established his own facility eleven63 in his home town Nicosia, Cyprus.
He is now working with the cream of the Cypriot scene, producing, recording and mixing songs, jingles, film scores, records, as well as designing sound for films, TV and video games. He is also a founding member of Louvana Diskoi. In his free time he plays drums and percussion in clubs and venues with his band Stelafi, with J.Kriste, Master of Disguise and with his mothers’ band. He is also teaching audio production at Frederick Institute of Technology. For the record, he was born on September 7, 1982.
Mikaela was born in 1988 and became involved with music in that same year. After completing her piano, theory and harmony studies before university, she got her BA in Music from the University of Bristol (UK) in 2010 and in 2011 a diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering from the London School of Sound, as well as the Mixing and Mastering certificate.
During her time in London she worked as a tour manager (she even drove the touring van) and sound engineer for The Wild Mercury Sound, and engineered whatever she could get her hands on, including projects for ITV and Clarion. On arrival to Cyprus in 2011 and a brief stint at City Studios, she joined the team at Studio eleven63 and has been recording, producing, mixing (and participating in) records ever since, while at the same time coordinating events for the indie record label Louvana Diskoi. When she has the time, she plays with her own band, Belua. Guess where that album was recorded.