Matthew Whiteside

(b. 1988)
Matthew Whiteside
David Hooley

Matthew Whiteside is a composer and producer originally from Northern Ireland currently based in Glasgow, Scotland.

He writes music for concert, film and collaborative installations often using live electronics within his work. His music has been performed across the world including Dublin’s National Concert Hall, Glasgow City Halls, Salem Artworks in New York and the Belfast International Festival at Queen’s. Recently he has composed the soundtrack to ‘The Loudest Sound’ and collaborated with artists Andrew Cooke and Toshinobu Takamitsu on two audio installations in R-Space in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.

In 2014 he was award Quality Production funding from Creative Scotland to compose a new work for viola d’amore, live electronics and motion sensor and to record an album of his music to be released in 2015. In 2013 he was selected to attend both Ghent Film Festival and Edinburgh International Film Festivals’ sound lab programmes.

He is a founding member and director of Glasgow based electro acoustic ensemble, Edit-Point, who perform music for tape, instruments and live electronics.