Music With Vision

film tv + ad music
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MUSIC WITH VISION

Besides being a label, Groovescooter is also a one-stop
film, television and advertising music licensing service. Our quick turn-around (we administer both sound recording and publishing rights), reasonable rates, extensive catalogue and diverse roster of in-house composers/artists, means an end to complex negotiations and time delays. We also offer original score composition, jingle, sound design, session singers/players and a comprehensive music supervision service to ensure your next project is underscored by music with vision.

A SAMPLE OF FILM + TV MUSIC
FROM THE GROOVESCOOTER CATALOGUE

T R A C K L I S T I N G
DON MEERS
1. Nevermind
2. Gelber Mond
3. Pocket Full Of Pills
4. Eyes Ahead, Don't Turn Around
5. The Road To Rehab
ALEX CROWFOOT / OLLO
6. Bakin
7. We Are Quite Certain
8. Late/Shift
INGA LILJESTROM
9. Film Noir
10. 29 Poisons
11. High Flying Birds
12. Glow
BEN FAIRWEATHER / ENS
13. Tranquilaise
14. Sideways Up
15. Tropic Of Cancer
MATT HILL, ROB WALSH & BARRY HILL
AMPHIBIAN
16. Koi
17. Seiji (Theme from Mu)
18. Shelter
19. Snow
COMPOSER BIOGRAPHIES
   
DON MEERS
Don Meers a sound designer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and filmmaker who also runs his own film/video production company, DoJo Media. Shifting between frenetic cut-up jazz moods and Brian Eno-style electronic ambiences, Don has composed for both film and TV, while his album tracks are continually licensed for films, docos, fashion shows and event compilations such as the Iceland Fashion Week soundtrack and Sydney Film Festival Music CDs, Cults Classics Curios and Silent Soundtracks.
Credits Include: TV series Love My Way, docos Crude - History Of Oil [ABC TV] & Australian Story, in-house titles/music production for 3 Men & A Baby Grand, science programs Quantum and Beyond 2000, short film Sticky Date [dir. Andrew Thomson, Dark World], paranormal webcast Mysterious Universe, and various Paris fashion shows and staged live events.
   
ALEX CROWFOOT /
OLLO
Alex Crowfoot is the composer, multi-instrumentalist, producer and vocalist behind enigmatic Sydney duo Ollo, where he's joined by audio-artist, radio presenter and avid music collector, Lars Chresta. Hailing from Britain and Switzerland respectively, Ollo now reside in Australia but continue to tour, collaborate and release music overseas. Commissioned by Australia's IF (Inside Film) Awards producers, Ollo created the idents for SBS TV's live event broadcast, at which they also performed, providing a red carpet package, incidental music and after-party DJ set. Their eclectic DJ sets, field recordings and sound-collage work features in art galleries, the re-scoring of films, and self-produced audio-docos for radio. Two Ollo albums have masterfully combined everything from evocative soundscapes to intelligent electro-acoustic pop and dance. Alex also works as a remixer, session player and graphic designer.
Credits Include: Headcleaner pilot [SBS TV - dir Darren Davies], video short Ping Pong [Germany, dir Drte Kubillus], Sunday Night at the Movies series [including episodes Elements, 9-11, The Gift and mini-play Abduction - FBi Radio], staged events The Senses for Art Gallery of NSW's Contempo and Primavera live sound-art collab [MCA, Sydney]
   
INGA LILJESTROM
Internationally recognised singer, producer/composer and multi-instrumentalist Inga Liljestrom's music has accurately been described as "21st Century film-noir for the ears," and "Bjork on the set of a David Lynch film". She has composed scores for a number of films and animations, most recently with Decoder Ring on Yolk. Her music has been licensed for numerous features/short films while her remarkable videos and concert visuals include collaborations with filmmakers. Inga's voice has also featured in a number of high profile ad campaigns in Australia and Asia.
Credits Include:
feature films Sample People [dir. Clinton Smith], Angst [dir. Daniel Nettheim], Left Ear [dir. Andrew Wholley] and Underdog's Tale, shorts The Silence Between Us, Markings, Motel, Evidence, Drift, Red, ad campaigns for Orange Network, AGL, McDonalds and theatre/stage productions Paradise City [touring internationally] and Audio-Noir [Studio, Sydney Opera House].
   
BEN FAIRWEATHER /
ENS
Ben Fairweather is an enviously young electronic producer and ex-philosophy student from Brisbane. His recording alias Ens beguiles many with it's distinctive juxtapositioning of dark against light, the organic against digital. Dexterous programming and a unique sense of melodic invention sees his productions mood-swing between sublimely chilled surf-soundtracks and uneasy knife-edge tensions, fusing the modern cut-up aesthetic of Ninja Tune with jazz greats like Billy Cobham and Miles Davis. His music has therefore underscored anything from a noir-ish musical theatre show, to a psychologist's home meditation programme! Album reviewers gushed over his surprising debut LP Warp and Weft, many commenting on the sublime production and old-Hollywood style black and white moods.
Credits Include: short films Nanaon No Senritsu aka Seven Scales [Japan, prod. Yusuke Hayamizu], Suite to Evil [prod/dir. Conan Fitzpatrick], stage productions Frankenstein [Nash Theatre, Qld] and Audio-Noir [Studio, Sydney Opera House], instructional recording Mindfulness Meditations [John Barter], numerous compilation appearances inc. Music For Film: Cults Classics Curios [Sydney Film Festival] and a recent remaking of the James Bond theme.
   
MATT HILL
ROB WALSH
BARRY HILL /
AMPHIBIAN
On a similar trip to The Necks, hypnotic minimal-jazz trio amphibian features seasoned players/composers/sound-artists Matt Hill, Rob Walsh and Barry Hill. They've recorded three LPs together, collaborate separately in live multimedia formations and work as musicians in other respected groups. The latest score from two of its members is for Paul Yacono's American film Mu [muthefilm.com] which screens at Palm Beach International Film Festival in April 2007. They have collaborated/toured internationally, including the UK's Big Chill festival, having also worked with dance companies in Australia and abroad.
Credits Include: feature films Mu [US] and Release, TV current affairs series 4 Corners and Australian Story, staged productions Boomerang Project [Canduco Dance Co., UK], Habitat [Restless Dance Company], Super Deluxe, Fireflies, Sydney Olympics 2000 official reception, DVD/website soundtracks Red Dresses Dance Company, Monkey Lab graphic design, Advaya Clothing.

Contact Groovescooter for information on our full catalogue of film music as well as our extensive POP, DANCE, ELECTRONIC, JAZZ, SOUNDSCAPE/FX and COVER VERSIONS repertoire - all available for licensing - or to ask about Groovescooter's other film, tv and advertising music services.

 

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