Charley Hullah is a London-based Digital Creative specialising in music and media.

HULLAH is a London based creative freelancer working in the music and media industries. When he’s not creating or producing his own music projects, he can be found sound-designing for theatre, creating digital content, organising music workshops and working on events such as the Artist and Manager Awards.

Most recently HULLAH became Communications Manager for CIC Disabled Students UK and has held the role of Content Manager for Alight Media.

Charley, who produces and performs music under his surname HULLAH, is creatively driven by a passion for nightlife culture and stories from the queer community. His own releases are inspired by artists such as Everything but the Girl, Real Lies, Portishead and Pet Shop Boys. His fourth solo release will be released to digital stores Summer 2023.

Wrapped in the sonic flavours of trip-hop, 90’s house and synth-pop, HULLAH’s work emulates a nocturnal spirit, and is complemented by the themes of city living, alienation, ambition and a sense of dejection – commonly expressed through his lyrics. His work, both introspective and solitary in tone, offers insight into how he navigates his way through the noise and distortion of everyday city life.

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

His most collaboration on Gabrielle Ornate’s singles Waiting to be Found and Spirit of the Times have had strong support from BBC Introducing Radio and Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music. Hullah has also produced tracks in collaboration with the Amy Winehouse Foundation through participation in the Amy’s Yard programme.

In HULLAH’s work with Cardboard Citizens, a non-profit organisation that supports peoples’ development through theatre, he is as an ongoing Sound Designer and Workshop Facilitator. HULLAH has has created numerous soundscapes for a number of their shows, including Southbank’s Violet Nights and more recently he has produced a series of audio plays in for Resistance Theatre. In addition, HULLAH has run various online and in-person music making workshops as part of the organisation’s Act Now programme. An overview of the online workshop series, Making Music from Nothing, can be accessed here.