British born artist Greighwolfe's musical journey has seen a string of successes spanning from headline slots at SXSW festival to live performance's at London Fashion Week. His self-released EP, The Black EP reached 30,000 plays within 5 days of its release and immediately caught the attention of a number of major labels resulting in him being courted by Atlantic Records, and visiting the USA where he embarked on a Trans Atlantic tour including headlining at CMJ, Glasslands NYC and SXSW festival. Greighwolfe is an untainted independent artist with an edgy, hugely syncable sound that is perfect for contemporary media.
Award winning British film Composer Guy Farley film score and TV credits include additional music for The Crown (Netflix 2017) in collaboration with Hans Zimmer and the BBC’s Planet Earth series, and he arranged and produced channel Four’s multi-award winning ‘We Are The Superhumans’ for the 2016 Paralympics.
He’s had a prolific career producing Pop artists including Duran Duran, Amy Whinehouse, Eliza Doolittle and Paloma Faith and his advertising credits include campaigns for Lloyds TSB, Guinness, Carling and Compare The Market.
Canadian musician, singer and producer Jamie Grant spans many genres from Indie Pop to Alternative Dance. In 2014 he released his first EP entitled Youth containing four songs including “Bones”. His music is described as melodic dance-infused pop with the perfect blend of synth and rock.
Jamie is also one half of Toronto-based, experimental pop duo Young Tides who recently marked their existence with the release of their first single “Goodbye Anna”, a pop explosion that will hook you into the duo’s carefree, dance-pop appeal.
Lyves is a singer, songwriter and producer based in London whose music has received far-reaching support from tastemakers worldwide and her songs have been featured in several MTV, Warner Bros and Sky television series' as well as being the inspiration for a collection of acclaimed short films. Lyves' music has been described as emotive and powerful, and she is currently opening for Coldplay on their European stadium tour. Lyves is inspired by human stories and is passionate about creating music that moves and connects with listeners emotively.
William Arcane is a London based songwriter, producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist. Arcane cut two highly acclaimed EPs, receiving widespread support from the likes of Pitchfork, Fader, Stereogum, Pigeons & Planes, Dummy and more. Those releases also caught the attention of many electronic heroes including Jamie XX, Sohn, Bonobo, John Talbot and Gilles Petersen who have all featured his music on the radio and in mixes. He also recently supported Glass Animals on their sold-out EU tour. William Arcane is now focusing his time on bespoke composition – bringing his ethereal soundscapes, driving beats and glimmering effects to the moving picture with devastating effect.
Emerging composer Benjamin Price already boasts an impressive portfolio. His love of modern & electronic music has led him to write for Nike, iD Mobile, Volvo, and River Island, and produce an original track for the recently released feature "David Brent: Life on the Road" starring Ricky Gervais. His knowledge across all genres of music has earned him placements with Dell, P&O, Eurostar, Cadbury and BT Sport to name a few & numerous documentary scores as well as award winning collaborations at the National Theatre.
Mike Austen and Dan Corbin are an award winning production duo based in London that have been working with some of the world’s most recognisable brands and agencies for over 15 years. Mike and Dan began their careers as members of Pete Waterman's infamous hit factory production team at PWL Studios, London. Having developed their skills under the watchful eye of one of the UK's most successful producer's they have gone on to build strong working relationships with many artists, brands and agencies and picked up numerous industry awards for their work.
Robert Gulya is an award winning Hungarian composer who graduated from the prestigious USC music program in Los Angeles as a Fulbright scholar in 2001. Since that time he has scored over 20 motion pictures including "Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn" starring Val Kilmer and "Gingerclown" with Tim Curry.
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