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New Music From David Julyan & Héloïse Werner

David Julyan has recently been working on new material with musician Héloïse Werner, which was debuted live as part of Daylight Music at Union Chapel in July. A video has since been released online showcasing their collaboration 'CS80 Pulse'. Watch here

Dustin O’Halloran Nominated At World Soundtrack Awards 2017

Dustin O'Halloran has been nominated for Film Composer Of The Year at the 2017 World Soundtrack Awards. The nomination honours his original music for the Oscar and BAFTA recognised Lion, co-composed with Volker Bertelmann, and the score for French psychological thriller Iris, a collaboration with Adam Witlzie. The Awards will be held in Ghent, Belgium in mid-October.

Debbie Wiseman Scores The State For Channel Four

Debbie Wiseman has composed the music for forthcoming Channel 4 drama The State. Directed by Golden Globe and Bafta winner Peter Kosminsky (Wolf Hall, The Government Inspector) the series is a compelling, fictional story based on extensive research, which follows the experiences of four British men and women who have left their lives behind to join ISIS in Raqqah, Syria in 2015. The State will be broadcast on Channel 4 over 4 consecutive nights from August 20. Music Sales represents Debbie Wiseman's original score for the world. Watch the trailer here

Music Sales Creative Interviewed For Synchblog

The UK Music Sales Creative team have been interviewed by Synchblog for the second instalment of their 'Women In Sync' series, which is in association with global Women in Music network shesaid.so. Read here

Kenny Inglis Signs With Aim Low

Composer and producer Kenny Inglis has signed an exclusive publishing deal with Aim Low, a joint venture with Music Sales, to represent him on a worldwide basis. Based in Glasgow, Kenny is self-taught and has had a 20+ year long career in the industry, creating over 150 compositions for use in film, TV, advertising, games and new media, as well as releasing work commercially. He has composed for documentaries such as Super Hospital, Scotland’s First Oil Rush and BBC’s The Bridge: Fifty Years Across The Forth, the latter resulting a 2015 BAFTA win for his music. Kenny has also created bespoke music for a number of big film trailer campaigns, including The Tourist, Lakeview Terrace and Gangster Squad.Listen here

Sam Watts Releasing The Forest

Sam Watts will release his debut album, The Forest, on August 18. Sam is known first and foremost for his extensive work as a media composer, having scored programmes such as Sarah Jane Adventures, Planet Earth Diaries and most recently Battling The Bailiffs. However, he decided to dedicate significant time in 2016 to creating original material, which has resulted in three studio albums, The Forest being the first of these scheduled for release. The inspiration behind the album came from a dog-walk where Sam decided to create the soundtrack of a 24 hour period in a forest, encapsulating nature from sunrise to sundown. Combining string quartet with modern electronics and vintage synths, the album comprises 10 post-classical instrumentals building from quiet and mysterious ambience to dark and brooding motifs.Listen here

Music Sales Representing Jay Livingston’s Catalogue

Music Sales are delighted to announce our representation of the Jay Livingston catalogue in the UK and Ireland. Livingston was an American composer best known for his collaborations with fellow songwriter Ray Evans, which resulted in numerous songs composed specifically for film. Catalogue highlights include ‘Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)’, ‘Tammy’, and ‘Goodbye Now’, as well as the theme music for Mister Ed and Bonanza. Livingston and Evans received three Academy Awards together for Best Song, with a total of seven nominations, and were honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Listen here

Zbigniew Preisner's 'From The Abyss' Featured In Song To Song

Terrence Malick’s Song To Song, which opened in UK cinemas earlier this month, includes extracts from Zbigniew Preisner’s ‘From the Abyss’, taken from his 2013 album Diaries Of Hope. With an all-star cast, including Ryan Gosling and Natalie Portman, the film is an experimental romantic comedy set against the Austin, Texas music scene, where two entangled couples chase success through a rock ‘n’ roll landscape of seduction and betrayal.

Luke Elliot Signs With Music Sales

Singer-songwriter Luke Elliot has signed an exclusive publishing deal with Music Sales to represent him on a worldwide basis. An American artist from New Jersey with a background in rock ‘n’ roll and Americana, Luke believes in breaking the boundaries of genre, producing unique and philosophical music. His debut album, Dressed For The Occasion, received a limited release in 2016, ahead of a full worldwide release in August 2017. In additional to his commercial work, he has composed music for the film Benny The Bum, which won Best Local Film at the 2012 Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. Listen here

Jed Kurzel Scores Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

Jed Kurzel has composed music for The Young Vic’s new production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, directed by Benedict Andrews. Starring Sienna Miller and Jack O’Connell, the story of a Southern family is set to run from July 13th to October 7th 2017. More info

Einaudi's 'Elegy For The Arctic': One Year On

To mark the anniversary of Ludovico Einaudi’s ‘Elegy For The Arctic’, Greenpeace have released a Making Of video showing behind the scenes footage from Einaudi’s performance in the Arctic Ocean. Greenpeace have released the following statement in support of the video release: "The silence broken by the noise of the glacier as it fell off. Some notes torn from a grand piano floating in a sea of ice. Thus began the shocking video with which master Ludovico Einaudi put the soundtrack to the campaign to save the Arctic. It was recorded in Svalbard, in the Norwegian Arctic, just a year ago and managed to bring the thawing problem closer to millions of people around the world. It was not easy to do, but the result was worth it. Discover how one of the most magical moments was built in this campaign that seeks to protect one of the most threatened corners of the planet and on which we all depend." A year on, the campaign to the protect the Arctic is still underway. Einaudi states "One year ago I played ‘Elegy for the Arctic’ in support to the campaign for a marine sanctuary in the North Pole’s international waters; one year has passed, “Save the Arctic” is still a global priority. We still need your support." You can sign the petition here - https://www.savethearctic.org/. Watch here

'Lovin You' Re-Record Wins Music + Sound Award

Ithaca Studio's re-record of 'Lovin You' received a Music + Sound Award for Best Re-Records: Online, Viral & Ambient Ad, announced yesterday via the Music + Sound Awards Twitter feed. Watch here

One Deadly Weekend In America Premieres On BBC

Music Sales’ Anne Nikitin has scored the BBC documentary, One Deadly Weekend In America, alongside fellow composer Rob Manning. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Ursula MacFarlane, the documentary tells the true story of the one weekend in July when the highest number of Americans were shot and killed, focusing on seven shootings across the USA. The documentary has been praised by The Guardian as ‘the best thing you will only ever watch once’ and is available to watch on iPlayer now.

Konx-om-Pax Signs To Aim Low / Music Sales

Konx-om-Pax aka Tom Scholefield has signed with Aim Low, a joint venture publishing company with Music Sales. As a producer, he's released two LPs on Planet Mu, the first of which was a resolutely melancholy and grainy take on pastoral IDM, shaped by living alone in Glasgow. In contrast, his last LP, Caramel, is a high-definition environment created during a move from his hometown to Berlin. Scholefield will be releasing Refresher EP this August on Planet Mu, a more dance floor friendly endeavour. Scholefield is also one of electronic music's finest designers. He created an iconic video clip for Jamie Lidell and Warp while still in art school in Glasgow, leading to a series of sleeves and videos for a who's who of experimental artists and labels. Saturated neon colours, classic '80s sci-fi and early modernist cues are recurrent themes in a vivid aesthetic that's instantly recognisable. Optimo Espacio, Hyberdub, Brainfeeder and DFA are all past clients and he's helped shape the visual identities of Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke and Kuedo. But while learning his trade, he was booking the likes of Autechre and Squarepusher and running knees deep in a Glaswegian scene home to everyone from Rustie to Optimo, Eclair Fifi and the Numbers crew. Listen here

Josh Wynter Score Wins At Cannes Lions 2017

Josh Wynter's original music for Pearl & Dean's 'Tumbleweed Trainer' was awarded Bronze at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in June. The advert has also been nominated in the Music + Sound Awards for Best Original Composition in Broadcast Advertising, which will announce winners later this month. Watch here

Daniel Elms' Bethia Premieres

Daniel Elms’ Bethia premiered on June 30th in Hull, the city which the piece is inspired by, as part of the New Music Biennial. A work of music and moving images, it earned a 4-star review from the Telegraph who praised the piece’s ‘luminous simplicity’. The London premiere takes place on 7th July at Royal Festival Hall. Daniel is embarking on a 1 year residency with the Manchester Collective, with further live events to be scheduled as part of their partnership. He is currently recording his debut album, for release later this year.

This Beautiful Fantastic Nominated For Music + Sound Award

Composer Anne Nikitin has been nominated for a Music + Sound Award for 'Best Original Composition in a Feature Film Score' for her work on This Beautiful Fantastic. Winners will be announced on 13th July at 4pm via the Music + Sound Awards Twitter feed (@MASawards).

Peter Gregson Releases Quartets: One

On July 7th, Peter Gregson will release an EP of new string quartet music, Quartets: 001 via his own label, cabinbaggage (distributed by Believe Digital). His work to date has explored fusing analogue synthesisers with piano and strings, but this EP is left as a pure series of string quartets recorded simply in a former church in North London. This is the first of Gregson’s releases where he has not played his cello, preferring here to focus on writing for the quartet. An early track premiere on Headphone Commute, which called the EP “simply gorgeous, with no need for further words”, has led to international radio play for ‘The Day Before’. Listen here

Music Sales Signs Tyrone Noonan

Music Sales Creative is overjoyed to announce its signing of Tyrone (“Ty”) Noonan to a worldwide music publishing deal with Embassy Music Publishing Australia, completed recently in the company’s New York office with Managing Director, Jane English and Creative Director, Denise Sharp. This will see Tyrone published worldwide by the Music Sales Group of affiliates. ARIA award-winning Tyrone Noonan began a multi-faceted solo career following his time with numerous bands culminating with eight years on the road with george, a Brisbane band fronted by sister and brother, Katie Noonan and Tyrone. In george, Tyrone provided vocals, guitar, keyboards, production and song writing. george’s debut album, Polyserena, entered the Australian national charts at No1, sold double platinum units and won the band an ARIA for Best New Artist. The band released eight EPs, two albums and an award-winning DVD. Last year george celebrated its 20-year anniversary, performed sell-out shows around the country and released a new album compilation of their early indie EPs, the early years. In 2005, george came off the road for an indefinite hiatus and Tyrone went it alone: releasing his debut pop/rock/soul mini-album “Heavy Soul Part 1” in 2006 with a successful national tour and solid national radio play; relocating to London in 2008 and representing Australia at various festivals including Toast and TNT Month of Music; relocating to New York in 2009 (until 2012) and representing Australia at various Australia Day festivals and Anzac Day ceremonies; releasing his first solo album, I Believe, in 2011 on the back of a successful crowd-funded Pledge Music campaign; and releasing his remix EP I’m A Believer in 2014 with a successful east coast band tour and solid national radio play. It was Tyrone’s album Soniclines that brought him once again to the attention of Embassy Music Publishing. Recently returned to Australia from New York, Tyrone formed a new band, Soniclines, that has produced an amazing cross-over album of the same name that is due for release in 2017. That group comprises Tyrone, multi-instrumentalist Anthony Garcia and special guest digeridoo player, William Barton. Soniclines is soon to be developed into a magnificent visual stage performance. A prolific songwriter and producer, Tyrone is now working towards a new solo album. He has ready to go co-writes with Grant (G.W.) McLennan (The Go-Betweens), Dave Goode (The Potbelleez) and Dan Rosen (ARIA CEO), among others.

Brian Byrne Releases James Joyce Project Goldenhair

Music Sales is launching its new record label venture with the June 16th release of Goldenhair, an album by Golden Globe-nominated and IFTA award-winning composer Brian Byrne setting his original songs to select poems from renowned Irish writer James Joyce's 1907 collection, Chamber Music. Ranging in style from adult contemporary to jazz, bluegrass and more, the tracks of Goldenhair feature world-renowned artists including Kurt Elling, Glenn Close, Judith Hill, Julian Lennon and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra. Listen here

Music Sales At Edinburgh Film Festival 2017

Tom Of Finland (music by Hildur Guðnadóttir), This Beautiful Fantastic (scored by Anne Nikitin), Kaleidoscope (with composed music from Mike Prestwood Smith), Mum (short film with score from Peter Gregson) and In Dubious Battle (pictured, featuring original music by Volker Bertelmann) will be amongst the raft of films showing at this year's Edinburgh Film Festival featuring Music Sales' composers and repertoire. Films showcasing music from our extensive catalogue include Daphne, a vibrant character portrait of a young woman of the threshold of a much-needed change, and the Morrissey biopic England Is Mine. Additionally, the festival programme will include the critically-acclaimed drama God's Own Country, music supervised by the Music Sales team, as well as the premiere of the Donmar Warehouse's Julius Caesar, for which Music Sales provided music consultation services.

Sam Watts Scores Battling The Bailiffs

Sam Watts has co-written the score for Channel 4's Battlng The Bailiffs, premiering June 15th at 10pm. The show follows Chrisy Morris (pictured) as he spends his spare time travelling around the country standing up to bailiffs to try to prevent people losing their homes. Commissioned as part of the Cutting Edge strand, the music was written by Watts with fellow composer Rob Manning. More info

South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2017

The South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2017 nominees have been announced, with projects scored by Tandis Jenhudson and George Fenton featured in the shortlist. John Akomfrah's video installation Vertigo Sea, with original music from Jenhudson, is nominated under the Visual Art category, whilst I, Daniel Blake (directed by Ken Loach and scored by Fenton) is up for the Film award. Winners will be announced at the ceremony on Sunday 9th July, which will be broadcast on Sky Arts on Wednesday 12th July. See full nominees here

CAM Masters Now Represented By Music Sales

As part of our on-going relationship with Sugar Music, Music Sales now represents the masters of the CAM catalogue, home to Grammy and Academy Awards winners such as Ennio Morricone, Riz Ortolani, Nino Rota and Luis Bacalov. The catalogue specialises in film music and counts La Dolce Vita (pictured), Amarcord, Il Postino and 8½ amongst the scores represented. Listen here

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