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Just licensed this to Cadillac. Again, I don’t have picture yet, but I will post it if I can get hold of it. Whatever, it’s badass. Just a “doodle”. Something from my extensive library of certified bangers.
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Just licensed this for a yuuuuuge Toyota campaign. Wut. Picture soon after it’s airing debut, or thereabouts.

Girl Most Likely – “Love Sweet Love” – from, like ages ago.

This film has been on tv a lot recently and I have never posted the music I did for it, because I had completely forgotten about it, so here is. “Love Sweet Love”. This is the flute version, but there was also a vocal version with vocals by Zoe Scott. I have no idea which version was used in the film and I cannot find Zoe’s vocal version in any of my archives. The film is actually pretty good and Matt Dillon doesn’t age. Like, at all..
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Facebook. Vocals are Kitty. Library adapted.


Movie night – track is called ‘Me Oh My’, which was originally made for a Clinque ad, I believe, some time ago. Guitar and rim shot doused in spring reverb. Probably a plugin by Overloud. I wish using hardware was simpler, as opposed to the ease and quickness of plugins. I own a spring reverb unit by Quad 8 that came out of the Los Angeles Motown studio. Allegedly used by the likes of Marvin Gaye and who ever else was signed to Motown in the 80s. Though, you cannot beat the Pioneer sr-101 for stereo tube spring reverb.
Me Oh My


Huge global Volvo campaign. All day everywhere. Ah yes, the obligatory trap production for all things EV. Happy to contribute. I cannot believe trap has now been around for over ten years. Not the TI type trap, but the UZ, Baauer, Yellow Claw type, that started showing up around 2012 ish. It retains a fairly fresh aura. Even from overkill. 808 snares, hats and bass. The 808 drum machine has had a longevity similar to that of the jazz drum kit, or the rock drum kit, both of which didn’t morph their signature sound for decades. Drum maketh the genre.


Still airing across Europe, Switzerland, France, Czech Republic, and the U.K. Aired constantly throughout the pandemic across North and South America. Three vocalists. Wow. Just wow.


Cameo. Music approved by Snoop, cuz he has a stake in the company, and most likely had to be approved by Ice T, also.. Doo Wop vocals by Kitty and I, and that’s the sound of my beautiful Steinway tinkling away in the background, recorded in mono with one mic and nuthin on it. Amazing. Track is called Doo Wop Group.


From the Netherlands, again, Scandinavia. Not keen on this piece of music. I did another track, which I thought was better, but hey, they liked this one and that’s all that matters.

Don’t Blink – Gigamon

Screen Shot 2020-03-03 at 5.44.23 PMThere is a voice over for this, and it does help the spot, especially as I always use a voice over like a singing vocal, but we’re here for the music, sorry Gigamon. A track called ‘The Industrial North’ – I’m thinking Manchester, UK, late 19th century, industrial revolution, factories, coal stacks, L.S Lowry, etc.