Charley Hullah is a London-based songwriter-producer and designer.

HULLAH is a London-based and midlands-born writer-producer and designer creatively driven by a passion for nightlife culture, city-living and stories from the queer community. His personal projects are inspired by artists such as Everything but the Girl, Real Lies, Christine and the Queens and Pet Shop Boys.

Wrapped in the sonic flavours of electro, 90s dance and synth-pop, HULLAH’s work emulates a nocturnal spirit, and is complemented by themes of alienation, ambition and a sense of dejection. His work, though introspective, reaches outward in its delivery, inviting the listener to join the songwriter on a journey as he navigates his way through the noise and distortion of everyday life in a soundstage that comforts and surprises.

Along with Sicily-born Nicole Bullet, HULLAH is also half of the electro pop duo, Futuretape – a songwriting partnership that explores how millennials navigate the digital world, friendships and internet culture. Their music combines a passion for nostalgia and the future and is characterised by 80’s synth-pop and PC music.

When not writing and producing for himself or for Futuretape, HULLAH writes for and with other artists, with his most recent songwriting work having been released by Gabrielle Ornate on her singles Waiting to be Found and Spirit of the Times which garnered national support on BBC Radio and Tom Robinson’s Fresh on the Net.

HULLAH obtained a BA in songwriting at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP), a course where he explored the relationship between production, sound and lyric. He has also produced tracks in collaboration with the Amy Winehouse Foundation through participation in the Amy’s Yard programme and has been involved in running music workshops at Cardboard Citizens, a charity that supports young people experiencing issues with housing and homelessness – an issue close to the artist’s heart and something he has recently explored in an article he wrote for the i newspaper.