Music Sales Film & TV news - Winter 2011

Music Sales Film & TV news - Winter 2011

New Releases
Barry Adamson is releasing a new album in February 2012 and will also be performing live in shows around the UK (dates to be confirmed).

Jah Wobble has recently completed his ‘Psychic Life’ project with vocalist ‘Lone Lady’ of Warp, which is out this November.

Gavin Clark is currently recording his solo project. Gavin and Helen Boulding will also be writing for Decca’s Maryjess in the next month.

Tim Elsenberg is currently mastering ‘Crown & Treaty’ which is due for release in 2012 and he will be performing with Sweet Billy Pilgrim on November 19 in a free concert at Union Chapel, Islington. See here for details.

Professor Green's latest album called 'At Your Inconvenience', features samples of Berlin Song by Music Sales composer Ludovico Einaudi.

Hear it on the Film & TV youtube channel.

See the Music Sales playlist for music currently featured on TV.

Brands include – Müller, 02, Orange, Santander, Audi, Nationwide, LV car insurance.

The Audi campaign has been receiving great press since going on air: it was voted advert of the week in several trade magazines including Campaign Magazine.

The Müller advert debuted on-air during X Factor with an original score composed by Music Sales
composer Guy Farley, and recorded at Abbey Road Studios. This is undoubtedly one of the biggest adverts of the year and has already been picked as advert of the week in Campaign, The Drum, and The Reel magazines, and has been voted ‘Sync of the week’ in Music Week.

Guy is also currently working on a film, Hot Potato, directed by Tim Lewiston and due for release in 2012.

Music Sales composer Alberto Iglesias has penned scores for two feature films: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy – currently number one at the box office in the UK and in the US – and The Skin I Live In starring Antonio Banderas. Also featuring Music Sales copyrights are the critically-acclaimed Tyrannosaur, the directorial debit by Paddy Considine, and The Deep Blue Sea – starring Rachel Weisz – which is the closing film for this year's London Film Festival and includes music taken from a collection of works by Samuel Barber.

The Film & TV team have also been supervising the music for a British film, Comes a Bright Day, the directorial debut of the critically-acclaimed advertisement director Simon Aboud. Melissa Parmenter & Joel Cadbury are lined up to compose music for the film, due for release in 2012.

Filming has also begun for an adaptation of The Sweeney starring Ray Winstone & Plan B. The original music sits in the Sparta Florida catalogue and licensed to Music Sales.

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