We're excited to share with you the new music video for Major Lazer's track 'Light It Up’ [Remix] feat Nyla & Fuse ODG. Directed by Sam Pilling with sound design by Henning Knoepfel and Luis Almau at Soundtree.
DJ Felix Jaehn's remix of our version of 'Ain't Nobody' has hit no.1 in Austria, Hungary and Germany where it has maintained its position for a solid eight weeks, now continuing to spread in the charts throughout Europe. The track currently has 35 million hits on youtube and 66 million plays on Spotify. Luis Almau and Peter Raeburn produced the original track at Soundtree in 2013, which features the vocals of Jasmine Thompson.
Nick Foster recently arranged and produced a new version of ‘All you Need Is Love’ by the Beatles for the BBC featuring a host of musical talents including Rae Morris, the Crouch End Festival Chorus and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted and orchestrated by Ben Foster. Soundtree musicians included Nick, Luis Almau and Tom Brewins who recorded with mix engineer Sam Okell at Abbey Road Studios.
Peter Raeburn's music will be performed next Friday at the Royal Albert Hall for the re-telling of Russell Brand's children's book 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin'. A gathering of musicians now known as 'The Tricksters' will perform the score as Chris Riddell illustrates and Russell Brand tells. The show is a one off unique and wonderful blend of the creative arts in motion.
The Plebs soundtrack is out now on Sanctuary Records. With original music by Oli Julian and music supervision from Jay James, Nowever are proud to have worked closely with the fine folk at BMG Chrysalis and Rise Comedy to release a selection of the outstanding ska and original music from the series.
Luis Almau and Henning Knoepfel have teamed up on sound design and mixing duties for J. Cole's new music video. Directed by Sam Pelling for Pulse films, the film shows a day in the life of a boy who bunks off school with his friend.
Rise Films and ITV 2's brilliant new comedy Plebs follows the lives of two mates, Marcus and Stylax, and their awkward slave Grumio as they settle into their new home in the ancient city of Rome. Billed by Radio Times as the new Inbetweeners, the six-part series will see the guys "try to get laid, hold down jobs and climb the social ladder in the big city".
We thought we'd share with you this brilliant piece of music which Nick Foster composed for Soundtree for a Comic Relief 2011 spot encouraging parents in the developing world to send their daughters to school. The film was directed by award-winning director Paul Weiland.