Sounds so good, didn’t even recognize it when I saw it
One of several currently doing the rounds internationally
Ikea. Sweden. Lockdown. Hmmm. No comment.
There 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.
“Doh Rei Me” again – a track by Rei and me. Rei on bass, me on drums and guitar and Doh, well, just because.
Maybelline. Vocals; mostly Victoria, but some raps from Marco and some Ooos from myself.
Some jazz for Ralph Lauren. 10 spots, all slightly different, musically, the same track.
Lots of different versions, all slightly different, but something special for my boy in the Riviera Coat: Hand claps. Funky hand claps for my boy with the style.
New Bryston amp in the place. B5 ST THX. Bryston on the NS-10s and Bryston on the Auratone. THX, as in George Lucas. Dab.
New unestablished brand, so it was done dirt cheap and they got a lot for their money, including a great vocal stab/sample from my friend Alicia.
Facebook…. erm, no comment. Nice track though, and a short docu-vert put together by a good creative team. Our protagonist explains that he was depressed working a 9-5 in London and decided to give it all up and do 1000 mile journeys in and on odd modes of transport. Personally, I think, he should have just moved to a sunnier climate. However, it takes all sorts and good luck to him.