James is a multi-instrumentalist and composer working out of Bristol, his compositions are Cinematic, expansive and bring film and media to life. He’s put together a selection of his soundtracks alongside other great score writers such as Porter Robinson and Thomas Bergersen.
Lucy Claire is a London based composer originally from the North East of England compiles a selection music for The Composer Series. A mix of post classical composers, indie and music selected from her personal compositions.
Lucy trained at London’s Royal College of Music in composition and music for the moving image Lucy has collaborated with many filmmakers, choreographers and artists on projects as well as releasing solo work and performing live around London. Lucy is currently writing and recording her debut album for a release in Autumn 2015.
Ronnie Minder is a Swiss born, Australian based composer who started his music career over a decade ago. He signed his first record contract in 2001 for the single “Tha-P-Anthem” which established his name in electronic music. Shortly after release, he signed his second contract with Swiss music label Harem Records and his single ‘Listen To The Sound’ peaked at #1 in the Music Mail Distribution Charts (Germany) 2001.
More recently, Minder is shifting into film composition, winning a place on Peter Jackson’s composing books, while his work on ‘Letter to Annabelle’ is audible at film festivals around the world. What does his forthcoming EP release, Cinema Five, tells us about this new direction?
Overarchingly, the first thing to note about Minder’s work is its uncompromising production aesthetic, and in that department ‘Cinema Five’ doesn’t disappoint. Beautifully mastered, balanced and controlled, the overall EP recalls classical/electro artists like Craig Armstrong; using powerful crescendos and percussion hits to drive varying orchestral motifs through what are mostly short arrangements, the majority of the tracklistings wind up around the three minute mark.
One year ago Tony Scott died, a great film director and friend to Harry Gregson Williams, Harry one composer that gets my support for his use of electronic and cinematic sounds in his compositions they are always a great journey. Harry has put together a selection of cues that he composed for Tony Scott films, I think you’ll enjoy. A message from Harry. 1 year ago today Tony Scott took his own life and it’s still as if he must be about to call me and shout ‘get ready H, this next one is going to be a hell of
Album showcase from Arian Hagen a composer/producer from Halle (Germany). His sound is a mix between classical pieces and atmospheric electronic compositions. Streaming and on Demand 8pm & 2am