ADRIAN CROWLEY - GUITAR | HARMONIUM | VOICE

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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

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BILL RYDER-JONES - PIANO | GUITAR | STRINGS | ORCHESTRAL | VOICE

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Bill Ryder-Jones - a selection of recordings
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Bill Ryder-Jones began his musical career as the lead guitarist of The Coral, a six piece band whose psychedelic strain of guitar music exploded onto the Liverpool music scene in 2002. Highly wary of the singer-songwriter tag, Bill is now mainly focusing on a solo album and would rather be known for instrumental pieces perhaps born out of is affection for the film soundtrack works of Ennio Morricone, Jonny Greenwood, Yann Tiersen and Michael Galasso. Keen to score films himself, Bill is in the middle of exploring new liaisons with well known soundtrack writers including working on the features soundtrack to Kieron Hawkes' London based thriller, Piggy

Bill released an album 'If' in 2011 recorded with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra inspired by 'If On A Winter’s Night A Traveller' by Italo Calvino .

FILM SCORES:

2009 Short Film – Leave Taking (Dir. Laurence Easeman) funded by Vision and Media

2010 Short Film – Self Harm What’s Happening? (Dir. Justin Doherty) for LCET

2010 Short Film – It's Natural To Be Afraid (Dir. Justin Doherty) - Silver Medal for Excellence in Original Music for a Short

Film at 2011 Park City Film Music Festival

2011 Book Trailer – Bed written by David Whitehouse (Dir. James Lees)

2011 Archive installation – A Film Called If (archive by Jenny Coan)

2012 Feature Film – Piggy (Dir. Kieron Hawkes) 

2012 - ENO Mini Opera

2012 - Feature Film – Kelly + Victor (Dir. Kieran Evans) – several existing tracks used in this feature film.

Bill also performed with Alex Turner on the soundtrack to Submarine (Dir. Richard Ayoade)

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OLY RALFE - UPRIGHT PIANO | ACCORDION | GUITAR | VOICE

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Ralfe Band 'Bunny and the Bull' OST and three Ralfe Band Albums
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Ralfe Band are a British band started by songwriter Oly Ralfe. Their debut album 'Swords' was released in UK in 2005  and a  second album 'Attic Thieves' was released in 2008.

Having written music for the Mighty Boosh series and even appearing the shows as Jimmy the Reach, Oly Ralfe created the soundtrack for the British feature film Bunny and the Bull which was released in November 2009. A new album has just been completed to be released 2013.

FILM SCORE:

2009 - Bunny and The Bull (Warp X) - starring Edward Hogg, Simon Farnaby, Veronica Echegui, Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt was also written and directed by Paul King (Mighty Boosh).

2009 - Journey of the Childmen: The Mighty Boosh on Tour (documentary) (producer)

2006 - Ballad of AJ Weberman (documentary director / writer) - Raindance Award

2006 - The video to Ralfe Band track  Women of Japan drawn and produced by Oly Ralfe, was directed and animated by Nigel Coan and Ivana Zorn of Nippleproductions. The animation pair also animated elements of Bunny and the Bull and the Moon character in the Mighty Boosh.

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STEVE MASON - ELECTRONICA | INDIE-POP | VOICE

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Steve Mason 'Boys Outside'
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Steve Mason (Beta BandKing Biscuit Time and Black Affair) released of solo album, 'Boys Outside'in May2010. Signed to Domino imprint Double Six, the back to basics 10-track album was produced by Richard X and Steve Mason. The album was preceded by a single 'Lost & Found' in April 2010.

Steve has also completed the soundtrack for US series La La Land - British character comic Marc Wootton’s first American series. BBC Three has bought the rights to air La La Land with a voice-over by Julian Barratt. The experience whilst challenging opened a whole new creative stream for Steve Mason who is interested in being involved in similar projects. Steve provided voiceover to a short film for Relentless here.

Steve is currently in the studio with dub reggae producer Dennis Bovell working on a ‘dub version’ of the Boys Outside who produced a wide diversity of bands including The Pop Group, Orange Juice and The Slits.

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