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Welcome to feedBack Media

feedBack is a mediaartist and content agency that has been operating in Bath, UK since 2005.

We specialise in raising company profiles within the music production sector and are experts in Public RelationsArtist Relations and Content Creation.

Get in touch if you want to save money and reach a wider audience with your news.


About feedBack Media

feedBack is Andy Jones and Ronan Macdonald, who have over 50 years of journalistic and PR experience between them. We've launched, edited and written for many magazines, including Computer Music, Future Music, MusicTech, Long Live Vinyl, Rhythm and Mac Format.

We've also worked with some of the industry’s biggest brands, including Ableton, Roland, Focusrite/Novation, TC Electronic, Real World Studios, Behringer, Loopmasters, Rockschool, Sample Magic, u-he, Samplephonics, Sonokinetic, Sugar Bytes, KV331 Audio, Sonimus, Flame Tree, Icon Collective, Yamaha and SAE.

• We’re experts in creating compelling copy and media content, from press releases and marketing materials to artist features, promos and product tutorials.

• We believe in quality and value – two things we find decidedly lacking in the music PR industry today. If you’re not getting as much from your PR agent as you feel you should be for the amount you’re paying, we guarantee to not only do a better job, but do it considerably cheaper.

• We also believe that our services should be accessible to all, not just the biggest players. We can scale and optimise our services to suit any budget, delivering provable results for even the thriftiest software startup or soundware developer.


Latest artist and producer stories

 Engineer and producer Mark Rankin on recording Adele and Queens of the Stone Age at 

Legendary producer John Leckie on Radiohead and The Stone Roses at

Currently working with






Fader interview: Neil Arthur and Benge talk tech plus a tour of Benge's incredible studio published at

Producer Mike Howlett on recording some of the most iconic songs of the last 40 years at