Menu Subscribe Search



Subscribe for the Latest Music News

Enter your email address below to subscribe to a regular(ish) dose of AAA Backstage goodness direct to your inbox.

Joey Sachi Shares her Top 5 Dream Producer Collaborations

After making an impressive debut in 2023 with her track ‘Fractured’, Tokyo-based Australian artist and songwriter Joey Sachi returns with another slice of dynamic music in her new single, ‘Reverie’.

Today Joey shares her Top 5 dream producer collaborations & co-writes.

Mount Kimbie: Teenage Joey Sachi would be over the moon! Mount Kimbie’s production is exquisite; their attention to detail has always left me in awe, continuously connecting deeply with their music. They have carved out a unique sound and space for themselves in the Electronic world, instantly recognisable from the first few seconds of any of their tracks! A dream collaboration… for sure!

Four Tet: Everyone is familiar with that intensely nostalgic feeling when you revisit Soundcloud playlists that you haven’t listened to in a while? Majority of mine are filled with Four Tet tracks. The idea of working alongside him in the studio is one of my deeply cherished dreams. I admire and resonate with everything about his production, the way he blends layers to his unique and outrageously infectious beats – forever quietly hopeful this collaboration comes to fruition!

Sarah Aarons: Collaborating with Sarah will always be a bucket list dream of mine, her writing style is unparalleled. The emotional depth she accesses through her lyricism is exactly what I am consistently working to achieve in my own writing. It would be the ultimate privilege to work with her and learn from her.

Sia: Forever remains at the top of my dream co-writing list! I’ve long admired Sia’s ability to convey vulnerability with raw honesty through her songwriting. Continuously connecting so deeply with her audiences her emotional artistry is wide reaching – she never misses a beat!

Jon Hopkins:  It would be fascinating to work with Jon Hopkins, as he comes from a classical background, like myself. Classical training certainly comes with its pros and cons; for me, it conditioned me to be highly self-critical, finding the freedom through creating my own music really helped me to combat this. I would love to learn how it has impacted him. His production is vibrant, always fiercely drawing me to his music.

Written by John Zebra