Marc Wootton Exposed
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.
Rufus is a privileged
rich boy who wants to be a rapper after hearing 50 Cent. We needed
to produce tracks that were realistic spoofs of rap songs, but featuring
samples that a rich country boy may be able to lay his hands on. Cue horses,
shotguns, classical pieces and his good old mum...
old days (instr)
Pip is a transatlantic
singer-songwriter (pictured), who embodies all that is pretentious, annoying
and Emo. We had to arrange and orchestrate songs in a kind of 'Jools Holland'/unplugged
'Banksy' style artist. We produced varioius incidental tracks including
an exact re-record of a Klaxons tune.