World Cup fever is here! We got together with good friends Paul and Jerry
from the england
agency, and decided to have a go at a football song.
new USA guise is unveiled in the form of a Christmas special called 'Avid
Merrion: American Sicko'. We've just produced music to go with the brand
new titles. Click
We've just recently finished working on music for the forthcoming Channel
4 programme 'Rajan and the Evil Hypnotists'. It's a comedy with a hypnotist
who gets his subjects into unusual situations whilst they're under his
Following on from the Channel 4 christmas special
'A Bear's Christmas Tail', we have just finished working on music
for the series, broadcast this summer.
In March we worked on the excellent new BBC 3 comedy 'High Spirits with
Shirley Ghostman'. At the end of each episode Shirley (Marc Wootton) performed
a song 'written' by dead celebrities such as John lennon and Roy Orbison.
We wrote and produced a series of soundalikes for this section, including
'Imagine' and 'New York, New York', to fit to lyrics provided as
well providing vocal arrangments for the accomanying choir (Citizen X).
'Do us a Flavour'
Walker's have just launched a competition to design new flavours of crisps.
We created music for their viral campaign, including news themes, classical,
mexican and a 'Rocky' soundalike. This was for Blink
Films. Click for Walker's website.
I Love NY Bagels
NY virals have a viral campaign where you can send messages to your loved
ones. This featured a 70s style Isaac Hayes/Barry White track. Click pic
to create your own message now.
We've just finished working on the theme tune for UKTV Gold's new programme
'When Were We Funniest?' Comedy junkies are in for a treat this year as
the show will be delving into five decades' worth of classic sketches
and sitcoms. But which of these decades, from the Sixties to the Noughties,
deserves to be named the funniest of all time? Click for titles.
here for more info on the show
Marc Wootton Exposed, a new sketch show on BBC three takes us behind the
posed portraits of a photographer's studio and into the lives of Marc's
deluded comical characters.
Along with the usual
incidental tracks, the
show features a couple of musical characters that we worked on songs for.
Rufus, a privileged rich boy who wants to be a rapper after hearing 50
Cent; and Pip, a transatlantic singer-songwriter (pictured), who embodies
all that is pretentious, annoying and Emo. We even got to be part of Pip's
live band, so watch out for us in a forthcoming episode. Check out the
Three website for info and to watch the current episode.
Soda Pop! (our classic No. 5 single...) performed by multiple 'Craig Davids'
on Big Brother Celebrity Hijack.
We were asked by Brighter
Pictures/Endemol UK for an instrumental remix as Leigh Francis took over
the big brother house. The housemates were requested to walk, talk and
sing like 'Craig David' as part of their task... Click
here to see what happened,,,
IT Crowd Season 2, ep 1: Roy and Moss manage to get themselves included
on Jen's date with Philip on Six. Things take a turn for the worse when
Phillip gets them tickets to 'Gay' - a gay musical featuring sing-a-long
classics like 'I'm a Friend of Dorothy', and 'I Love Willies'. Classic
Earshot songs... Click for vid.
Following on from the last Bo Christmas special, there is now a full length
series starting on Fri Oct 13. Now called 'Bo in the USA', it has a brand
new title sequence and theme tune. Click