RYAN LOTT - POST-ROCK | ELECTRONIC

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'Bones' / 'Lanterns' & Instrumentals

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Ryan Lott, known by his stage name Son Lux, was raised in Denver, Colorado before relocating to New York. He has released four albums, two EPs and a handful of singles, his most recent album Bones appeared in June 2015.

He is also a member of Sisyphus (with Sufjan Stevens) and has featured on one album and an EP with this trio. Additionally Lott has scored the soundtracks for a number of films, most notably Paper Towns in 2015 and The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby 2013. In late 2014 he signed with Glassnote Records after previously being with Joyful Noise Recordings.

SON LUX - STRANGER FORMS EP

SON LUX 'BONES'

SON LUX (OFFICIAL WEBSITE)

 

LUKE ABBOTT - ELECTRONIC | SOUNDSCAPES

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'Music For A Flat Landscape' & 'Holkham Drones'

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The slow-burning success of his 2010 debut album Holkham Drones was something of a dream induction into the world of professional music-making for Luke Abbott. The “game changing electronic opus” stood out as “far and away one of Drowned in Sound's favourite records of 2010” and landed in Mojo's 'Electronica Albums of 2010' list, amongst wide-spread critical acclaim. It wasn't just about 2010 though; far beyond its initial release Holkham Drones has continued to win over convert upon convert. Four years on, his second full length album Wysing Forest (released in 2014 via Border Community) is named after the Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridgeshire where, over a six week period in 2012 as their first ever musician-in-residence, Luke recorded what would later become the album.

In 2015 Luke Abbott won the Best Music Soundtrack award at the Stockholm Film Festival. We would like to congratulate Luke for picking up this fine award. The motivation of the jury was to award the prize for music that used music coming from the culture in which it was set. It managed to use diverse music in a way that respects us as viewers - giving us space to think our own thoughts and feel our own feelings.

LUKE ABBOTT - MUSIC FOR A FLAT LANDSCAPE

THE GOOB

LUKE ABBOTT & JACK WYLLIE

 

TIM GANE + SEAN O'HAGAN - AVANTE-GARDE POP | TROPICALIA | EUROPEAN ELECTRO

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Tim Gane (Stereolab) & Sean O’Hagan (The High Llamas) originally paired up for the record ‘Turn On’ in 1996. A huge fan of both The High Llamas and Stereolab, French director Marc Fitoussi asked the duo to create his film soundtracks. Fitoussi wanted them to deliver something that captured what he loved about both bands to create distinctive scores for his films to rival classic film composers such as Ennio Morricone, François de Roubaix and Piero Picconi

In his own right, Sean O’Hagan  is an arranger having worked with artists such as Paul Weller, The Coral, Stereolab, Super Furry Animals , Doves, Cornelius, St Etienne, Vanessa D'Mata, Sondre Lechre and Tim Burgess.  Sean also developed sound-scapes for contemporary art installations Musical Painting (2003)Musical Wheel (2007) as well as occasionally acting as musical director for  institutes  such as  the Barbican (Tropicalia season )and  the Southbank  (Meltdown Lost ladies of Folk  2009).

2000 – 'Sunburn' directed by Kieron Murphy

2007 – 'La vie d’artiste' directed by Marc Fitoussi

2010 - 'Copacabana' directed by Marc Fitoussi

2012 -'Pauline détective' directed by Marc Fitoussi

Sean and Tim are available to work individually.

2013 - 'Komaneko' directed by Tsuneo Goda scored by Sean O'Hagan

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PROVIDING A STAR SOUNDTRACK

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STREAM A SELECTION OF WORKS FROM OUR COMPOSERS

Here we compile a selection of COMPOSERS with a proven track record in producing bespoke music for Film+TV taken from the extensive Domino roster. For more information about hiring our writers and artists for bespoke projects please do not hesitate to contact the Domino Film+TV team.

STEVEN SEVERIN - ATMOSPHERIC | THRILLER

JON HOPKINS - PIANO | ELECTRONIC | INDUSTRIAL

DAVID LOWE - SOUND DESIGN | KING OF THEME TUNES

OLY RALFE - UPRIGHT PIANO | ACCORDIAN | GUITAR | VOICE

MIKE LINDSAY - FOLKTRONICA PIONEER | VOICE 

STEVE MASON - ELECTRONICA | INDIE-POP | VOICE 

BILL RYDER-JONES -  PIANO | GUITAR | STRINGS

ADRIAN CROWLEY - GUITAR | HARMONIUM | VOICE

TIM GANE & SEAN O'HAGAN - AVANTE GARDE POP | TROPICALIA | EUROPEAN ELECTRO

LUKE ABBOTT - ELECTRONIC | SOUNDSCAPES 

RYAN LOTT - POST ROCK | ELECTRONIC

 

MIKE LINDSAY - FOLKTRONICA PIONEER | VOICE

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Tunng - And then we Saw Land plus Hustle remix

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Mission to Lars trailer from spicerandmoore on Vimeo.

Mike Lindsay founded the band “Tunng” in 2004. He co-wrote and produced all four of the group’s albums, and has been considered a pioneer of the “folktronica” scene. His work with Tunng has seen him touring the World, playing with an eclectic range of musical talent from Tuareg band and Tinariwen to Canadian hip hop artist Buck 65Film4 used Tunng song ‘Woodcat’ for 6 months on their seasonal advertising. He has produced a number of albums for other contemporary folk and experimental artists in the meantime, among them Serafina Steer, Hannah Peel, Bethjeans Houghton, and Cibelle

His production work has also seen him co-writing and producing two tracks on the Mercury Music Prize winning Speech Therapy by Speech Debelle.

Mike has worked on bespoke music composition for Film and TV since 2002, being involved in large re-branding campaigns for ITV in 2003 and again in 2004, as well as sound-tracking many high end commercials (O2, T-mobile, Littlewoods, Samsung and Honda) all of which carried his characteristic music identity.

Mike is currently writing and producing a solo record in Iceland based on his experiences living in the far north of the country, in collaboration with an eclectic group of local musicians.

SCORE:

2009 - Ensemble C’est Trop (France – feature film)

2012Mission to Lars (BBC feature documentary)

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ADRIAN CROWLEY - GUITAR | HARMONIUM | VOICE

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Adrian Crowley - Where the Sea Used to Be

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DAVID LOWE - SOUND DESIGN | KING OF THEME TUNES

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David Lowe is an established composer and producer working primarily in television, radio, branding, idents and commercials. David's music includes the current themes for BBC News, as well as The One Show, Panorama, Ray Mears, Grand Designs and the identity for BBC World Service. He has also created branding identities for Al Arabiya and Abu Dhabi TV in the Middle East, NDTV India and TV2 Norway.

He is well known for his 1998 Touch and Go hits including ‘Would You...?’. The follow up single ‘Straight...to Number One’ was chosen by Apple to launch the iTunes site in the USA, and other commercials include Walls Solero, Nokia, San Pellegrino and Calsberg to name a few. David has crafted music for British Airways, DHL, The Sunday Times, Visa and Harvey’s Bristol Cream and Haagen Dazs. David works out of his own studio in central London. MORE

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ZOMBI - SCI FI | ATMOSPHERIC | HORROR

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Zombi - Spirit Animal / Digitalis / Cosmos / Surface to Air

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(trailer for Home Sick - Population 1280 Films - 2007)

Together, Steve Moore and A.E. Paterra are best known as Zombi on Relapse Records (Domino Publishing). They have for some time developed a synthesized sensory exploration that intensifies the senses with Moore on guitar and bass and Paterra drums. Theirs is an altogether more science fiction vibe and one that sits well amongst soundtrack artists like Wendy Carlos, Rachel Elkind, Gil Melle and John Carpenter. Some parts of their latest album 'Spirit Animal' would not be out of place in an early 90s action movie (Earthly Powers) whereas with other elements more ethereal and thoughtful (Spirit Animal) - may be the conclusion of a conflict.

Their track record as being credited for writing original scores to film soundtracks particularly horror/thriller productions worthy of note:

2004 - ZOMBI - Murder Set Pieces directed by Nick Palumbo

2005 - Steve Moore - Horror Business directed by Christopher P. Garetano

2006 - Steve Moore (w/Scott Hull) - Redsin Tower directed by Fred Vogel

2007 - ZOMBI - Home Sick directed by Adam Wingard

2008 - Steve Moore as Gianni Rossi - Gutterballs directed by Ryan Nicholson

2010 - Steve Moore as Gianni Rossi - Star Vehicle directed by Ryan Nicholson

For more information about these writers please feel free to contact Domino Publishing.

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