Andrew Robert Bird is a London-based composer who draws on an eclectic palette of sound, influence, and collaboration with international artists. From pure Electro to Folk, Orchestral, Pop, Ambient, and Dramatic pieces, his music can be described as epic, dense, textured, and sometimes even whimsical, but most importantly it is always ripe with emotion. In addition to his solo releases and session work, Andrew produced Esther Mitchell's album "Do They Blame Us," and wrote music for the feature film "The Human" and the Maria Heidelmann documentary "Benefit for Dolphins."
Andrew Robert Bird's additional credits include: string arrangements for Eight's album "Shift," sound design for BBC's iPlayer on Wii Console, composer for an International Migration Organisation documentary (6 Traditional African songs representing 6 stories), and composer for the documentary "A City Transformed Through Sport."
Hard hitting, thunderous and intense; the soundtrack to action and survival in a post apocalyptic war-torn world. "Apocalypse" is a MASSIVE track featuring loud percussive choral chants, industrial hits, analogue sweeps, sound effects and classic drum machines. A homage to some familiar sci-fi! Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Mechanical and Industrial Music
Volt is a brilliant melodically driven bed or stand alone electro track. With elements of early 70's and 80's synth-pop, a beautifully re-cut classic drum break and current sound design, this track positively chugs along with plenty of pace to cut to, darker moments perfect for voiceover. Instrumental, Electronic Music, Electropop
Serene and hypnotic with a gentle climax. Earthly instruments on modern sound design suggests many themes of positivity perhaps; 'beginnings', 'dawn', 'nature' and 'acceptance'… Duduk, flute, dulcimer, piano, celeste and pad atop a digital loop pushes this traditional track into modern territory. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Ethereal Music
Sound design, slow, intense, pulsing synths, heavy slamming drums and edgy hits give this track a dark, dramatic atmosphere punctuated by moments of bright. Climaxing in a huge hit and an outtro perfect for branding, this track could be the child of Jean Michelle Jarre and Hard Rock. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Electronic Music
A dramatic, epic about being being able to grow and be safe within the boundaries of a persons love. Featuring the beautiful Japanese vocalist, Sayulee, heavy world percussion punctuating strings and synth. Perfect for pacey visuals and themes of safety and trust perhaps in the midst of danger, Instrumental, Japanese Music, Japanese Electropop / Club
"Return to Center" is a gorgeous, emotive experience mixing Indonesian flavour, synth and sound design, piano, viola and guitar. An unlikely minimal combination of Gamalan and a solo Roland SH3 '74 analogue synth solo carry this beautiful track to it's guitar piano and viola climax. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Calm Music
'Mercurial" is a 1 minute bed, evocative of epic, slo-motion, dramatic and exciting visuals. Birthed from an unapologetically 80's padding, the song crescendos in 3 parts with the piano and LA-guitar melody punctuated by edgy synth hits and sound design into a tail fit for a expensive branding. Instrumental, Dramatic Music, Electronic Music
Robots! Dance! Fun! Lightly gesturing at weird things people do; a cute robot voice sings this enjoyable and geeky little electro song before taking to the dance floor for a few bars. Perfect for tech, science, irony, showreel, entertainment, this bouncy track will make you smile …and dance badly! Instrumental, Electronic Music, Electropop
Amadare ("Raindrops") is a gorgeous pacey track sung by Japanese singer, Sayulee. Close only in some ways to, 'progressive house', Amadare is a massive boundary-pushing track featuring animated synth basses, traditional percussion, mallets, dance music tones under Say's soaring vocal. Instrumental, Japanese Music, Japanese Electropop / Club