Nick Rapaccioli

Rhythm & Sound

Award winning Sound Designer and Composer, Nick Rapaccioli writes and produces sound for numerous tv commercials, film and digital projects including the Audi RS6 'Gymnasts' campaign that won him a BTA Craft Award for Best Original Music.


With a rich music background, Nick first came to light in the industry as a key member of pioneering electronic dance act Leftfield, a band that completely re-invented British dance during the 1990's. Nick co-wrote internationally acclaimed tracks such as; 'Afrika Shox' (recorded with legendary hip hop artist Afrika Bambaataa) and Dub Gussett, working in the studio alongside Leftfield founders Paul Daley and Neil Barnes on both their 1995 acclaimed debut album, Leftism, and 1999's number one follow up album Rythm and Stealth. During his extensive music career, Nick completed two world tours with Leftfield. 


In 1994 he also founded the infamous Atlas Records shop, in the heart of London's Soho, one of Europes leading underground record stores stocking the very best in cutting edge  music.