Complete with a live orchestra and big custom sound sources, this music is all over the new network, featured for The Lakers, The Galaxy, the Deported channel, and the Access Sportsnet nightly show. I composed the network themes with Dylan Berry.
Here’s a promo for the channel.
And here’s a version of the full Laker’s elongated theme:
A song I produced & mixed for (and co-wrote with) Kenny Wesley was featured on David Matz’s amazing dance this season (12) of FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance?
Just finished the music for Nigel Lythgoe (So You Think You Can Dance?, American Idol, Popstars – UK), for his production company’s logo. Check it out when these shows and others of his airs.
A new remix I did of the original theme (by myself and Dylan Berry) that keeps coming back for more.//
Public Enemy-style slam:
Amazing show and an amazing night sharing the stage with Joe, Anne Hathaway, Sia, and sick players like Kid Koala and the gents from Überband. The vid below is an intro to the show, shot by one of the hundreds of cameras in the audience (in true hitRECord style).
With Joe and hipsters dressed as cats.
With Joe and Anne Hathaway
“Cherri Bomb set rock ‘n’ roll ablaze with their debut EP, Stark. It’s irresistible, infectious, and invigorating. They infuse raw grit into massive arena-ready anthems for a sound that’s all their own. These four girls— Miranda, Julia, Nia, and Rena— are about to save rock ‘n’ roll… be ready to watch Cherri Bomb blow up.” – ARTISTdirect.com
This is a supremely talented band that I was a significant part of developing. I produced three of the songs (also wrote/co-wrote the two originals) on this EP, which was recorded with Sean Beavan at the engineering helm, and mixed by Neal Avron (The Pretender was mixed by me). The girls were a total blast to work with and I’m very proud of how these tracks turned out.
The EP is here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/stark-ep/id470587202?uo=4
mirror mirror (lifschey, lovelis)
the pretender (foo fighters)
I (with Dylan Berry) helped form the identity of this popular new network with music that entails tons of real-life sounds that we recorded, mixed in with huge blasting music and live orchestra. It’s all over the network, with variations for different sports.
Here we are at Conway Studios recording the orchestra:
L to R: Greg Townley (engineer), Dylan Berry, Noah Lifschey, Craig Cleek (Root Producer)