The Lost Lagoon – by Bompas and Parr

February 2, 2019 Uncategorized

If you’ve followed my stuff for a while, you’ll know I work all the time with culinary art supremos Bompas & Parr.  In their latest large scale production W12 shopping centre’s basement was flooded to create a neo-tiki boating lake.  Ukulele from London legend Martin Wheatley, and some very vibey drums. With a plot inspired by the world’s most famous buccaneer himself, Lost Lagoon represents a fantastical reinterpretation of the eponymous Captain Henry Morgan’s world, and will require guests toRead More

Amazon Prime – Delivers More

January 23, 2019 Uncategorized

Yes, thank you Amazon Prime for digging hi octane big band in 10/8 time for another year.

Glenmorangie ASMR films

January 5, 2019 Uncategorized

ASMR is having a moment.  From hair combing vids getting millions of views to some of the sound worlds in commercial albums (notable Billie Eilisih’s When We Fall Asleep..)  Recording really really quiet things with binaural mics and getting real close to string players doing unusual gestures on their instruments helped me create 3 ASMR soundscapes for some truly immersive videos for Glenmorangie.  A classic Bompas & Parr collab.

Dishoom – Night at The Bombay Roxy

December 28, 2017 Uncategorized

Night at the Bombay Roxy was a great gig for me.  I got to write for some of my favourite London jazzers (Miguel Gorodi, Helena Kay, Dave Ingamelles, Loz Garratt and the mighty and fast driving Leon Greening).

Cadbury’s Fingers UK & Europe ad

December 15, 2017 Uncategorized

I work with a few top London and LA music houses to write music for TV spots. Very often it’s when they want something fairly true to jazz.  This is a typical example and was a pleasure to provide some music for this comedy ad for my favourite chocolate snack.  On guitar was Nick Costley-White, a hugely talented player with a really lovely old school arch top acoustic – https://nickcostleywhite.com

The Dixie Ticklers in Saudi Arabia

November 28, 2017 Uncategorized

The band was chosen to play at the opening of the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Dammam, Saudi Arabia in late November 2017.  It was our first visit to the country, and in fact that whole region, and the music was greeted by a hugely warm audience.