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 BBC Three website for info and to watch the current episode.

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Rufus
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...

Rufus sketch (video)

Good old days (instr)

Gypsy King (instr)

Lady Shady (instr)

Kersal Stye (instr)


 


 

 

 

Pip
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 style.

Noodle
A 'Banksy' style artist. We produced varioius incidental tracks including an exact re-record of a Klaxons tune.

Noodle sketch