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Matt Dunkley's Six Cycles is released on Village Green on March 11, with an E.P. of remixes following shortly after. Also available to download now on iTunes... Read More
Sainsburys' ambitious Christmas Mog the Cat advertising campaign, with music especially composed by Rachel Portman and recorded by The Chamber Orchestra Of London, has been nominated for Best Use Of Animation in a Commercial at this year's British Animation Awards (BAAs)!
Wondering why it was nominated?... Read More
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This week see's the release of Edmund Butt's stunning soundtrack to BBC Earth's Yellowstone series.
Having just been named as Classic FM's Drive featured album (more info here) this long awaited award winning soundtrack (Best Original Score at the RTS and Craft Awards) is epic and bold,... Read More
Maurizio Malagnini's score to ITV's recent adaptation of the J. M. Barrie novel, Peter Pan, has already received unanimous praise among viewers and critics and led to an award from the International Film Music Critics Association (see here). But now, due to unprecedented demand from... Read More
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Fantastic achievement and thoroughly deserved... Read More
We're thrilled to announce that Atli Örvarsson won the Best Score Award at the Harpa Nordic Film Composer Awards this week for his outstanding score to the 2015 feature, Rams.
It was a clean sweep for Iceland that night with Jóhann Jóhannsson winning the Honour Award. Read... Read More
Huge congratulations to Gary Yershon on winning the Moet & Chandon European Composer and Songwriter Alliance (ESCA) 2016 Best Orchestral Score Award for his score to Mike Leigh's Mr Turner.
Here he is, alongside Patrick Doyle and Eric Serra.
Well done Gary!... Read More
Following the success of the compelling and highly original single drama, Murder, in 2012, a new 3-part series (starring Ann Marie Duff, Peter McDonald and Morven Christie) has been commissioned and is due to air in March, bringing Paul Leonard Morgan's dark and suspenseful score back to the BBC.
Hailed for it's... Read More