Pat Keista (producer)
Pat Keista is a multigenre music producer. He was born Patrick Keith Stacey in Yorkshire, England. He studied classical romantic music under LRAM private tuition from the age of 9. On leaving University he began working with many and varied musicians particularly in the Celtic, New Age, World, and Electronic genres. Patrick’s first commission was for Singapore’s national radio broadcaster (as well as a commission for a piece for performance at the United Nations headquarters in New York). His music was subsequently played widely including Singapore Airlines, BBC Radio, ITV2 and published on a variety of labels including Blue Pie Records, WOA Records, Sync Shoppe (Paris, BMI related) and Electronic Rumours.
His focus is creating value for music supervisors and film makers by being able to produce a diversity of music in one studio and to the highest industry standard.
Naevaara (Downtempo Trip-hop)
Weeva (Dance, Electronic, Chillout)
Shuna (Celtic piano)
Brandy in Geneva (Rock)
Il Venius (World, New Age, Pop-classical)
Karl Stoph (Electronic, soundtrack)
Rave reviews from a variety of sources including BBC’s DJ Dean Jackson,
Justin Stoney (New York Vocal Coaching), Clive ‘Crash’ Lewis and Visions Magazine.
James Mulholland (KBC, Techniques)
Sample TV/Movie Syncs:
Real Housewives Of Atlanta (ITV2, ITVBe), Run’s House (MTV), Inner Space (Canadian (SOCAN) Films), Say Yes To The Dress (TLC Russia, Danish (KODA) Films, Swedish (STIM) Films), TLC, Married To Medicine (itvBe), E News Live, Snapped Killer Couples, Lycanthropy (Rotunda Films)
Shuna, “Hill of Thumb” (Blue Pie Records), Brandy in Geneva, “Weekend Heroes” (Blue Pie Records), Diphthong Sound Club, “Iota” (Goa Chillout Zone 3, WOA Records), Weeva, “Don’t You Want to Love (remix)” (Electronic Rumours), Weeva, “The Promise” (Amuse).
Grade 5 Music Theory
Grade 6 Piano
Diphthong Sound Cub (Ocarina, Chillout)
Major 7th (Rock)
Sutra asia (Ethnic World)
Music and the Arts is core to his family background. His mother is a dance teacher, his father a relative of author Alexander Dumas, his uncle Roger and cousin Ian are accomplished performers of English folk music, while his partner Joanna is a script writer.