May 12, 2015
We’ve started work on Season Two of Lily’s Driftwood Bay, won our first award for music, completed producing and arranging a bunch of cues for a christmas film whose cast includes Neeson and Brosnan, started work on a new cinematic documentary, tracked the choir that sung with Pharrell at the Oscars, had a track arranged by long term James Bond composer David Arnold, started work on a new music discovery app, and Mark’s been speaking at SxSW (done) TGE, LSC, and Xpo North. And a HUGE amount of other work. We’re busy, geddit?x
Last 4 months then
September 10, 2014
We finished all the music for 52 episodes of the fantastic pre-school animation Driftwood Bay, the documentary “Road” which was premiered in Leicester Square, a Channel 4 short film, all the music for season 3 of Rare Breed, several ad campaigns, a BBC animated series, some work on music on two more children’s shows, a BBC titles sequence, and about A MILLION OTHER PROJECTS. As well as that Mark spoke about music and media at conference events in France, Spain and Scotland.The resolution this autumn is to improve communication (but only if we have time which at the moment is unlikely!)
New global ad campaign
April 4, 2014
We were very pleased to provide music for the new Durex advert aligned to Earth Hour.
The youtube had 2/5 million views in the first 24 hours which seems pretty good!
Feature-length documentary narrated by Liam Neeson
March 3, 2014
Pleased to announce that “Road”, the feature length documentary we’ve scored, narrated by Liam Neeson, will open the 2014 Belfast Film Festival
February 5, 2014
We’ve had a very busy 6 months working on a range of projects-this radio silence online- so here’s a story on the main thing we’ve been up to-we’re writing all the music for a new show called Driftwood Bay, a beautiful, original 52 part pre-school animation created and produced by Sixteen South in Belfast. This is the BBC news story on it from yesterday.
“Actors Stephen Fry, Peter Mullan and Jane Horrocks are to lend their voices to the characters in a new animated children’s TV show.
Fry will voice an aristocratic deer called Lord Stag in Driftwood Bay.
The show, which will air on Nick Jr in the UK in May, is about a young girl who creates an imaginary world from treasures she finds on the beach.
Horrocks will play Wee Rabbit while Mullan, best known for hard-hitting dramas, will be Salty Dog the sailor.
Broadcaster, actor and presenter Fry is known as the host of BBC panel show QI and as The Hobbit’s Master of Laketown while Mullan’s credits include starring in TV drama Top of the Lake and the film Tyrannosaur.
Mullan said: “I’ve never done any voice work on animation so I thought this was a nice chance to do something that my children can actually see me in for a change!”
Driftwood Bay is to be made by Sixteen South, a Belfast-based children’s TV production company.
Horrocks was the star of stage play and film Little Voice and recently appeared alongside Mullan in the film Sunshine on Leith.
The voice cast also includes Father Ted star Ardal O’Hanlon, Tameka Empson, who plays Kim Fox in EastEnders and Annette Crosbie, known for roles in TV shows like One Foot in the Grave and The Six Wives of Henry VIII.”
August 24, 2013
Looking forward to decamping to Culturetech in L'Derry this September. Score Draw are running the two day PRS/IMRO music and image event. More information about it here.
August 10, 2013
We're working very hard on a fun project for Flickerpix. Music and sound design!
First Release From SDM Label
July 16, 2013
We’re delighted to announce the first release from our new boutique label. It’s the debut album of Score Draw composer Ewan Gordon working under the moniker “Coney Island Sound”. His debut album will be available physically and digitally very soon, accompanied by a host of very exciting remixes.
New Work With Big Motive
July 10, 2013
We’re pleased to once again be working with Big Motive (formally Frank) on some music, sound-design and mixing for a forthcoming series of short films.