UK Composer Calum Howard wrote the soundtrack to Andy Pearson's "Souvenirs," winner of Best Film at the London Independent Film Festival (2009). Suffering from synesthesia, a 'crossing over' of sensory perception, Calum is able to 'see' music in the form of abstract colours and shapes. The result is a mystifying aural fireworks display which is distinctively enchanting. His music resonates with a stark atmospheric beauty, and is capable of completely captivating the attention of listeners. Calum's music really must be HEARD to be BELIEVED... He's a great find for our clients!
Calum Howard is a talented, ambitious and enthusiastic composer, writing music in several styles and genres, including Atmospheric, Dramatic and Alternative music. He composes music with sonic qualities -- using high frequencies for high energy tracks, low frequencies for brooding mystery tracks, and fused frequencies and reverse melodies and lyrics to create splendid, freaky, and dark atmospheric pieces.
A shimmering, weaving soundscape with beautiful shifts in harmony. Ideal for complimenting thoughtful, emotive, or dreamlike moods. Full of reversed melodic fragments and bright shards of sound. An astonishingly serene companion to a huge range of film ideas. Instrumental, Electronic, Ambient (pending)
Huge, ethereal choir sounds with swirling piano intro and outro. Ideal for contemplative and heavenly scenes, epic, fantastic and gruelling adventures, the emotional consideration of relationships, or the desperate mourning over the death of a loved one. The sound of a thousand angels. Mixed Vocals, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
A whirling, chaotic, emotionally charged song with a full sound. Inspired by the beautiful weaving soundscapes of Steve Reich, the madness of Battles and the melancholy of Radiohead. This is a string drenched roller-coaster ride through your subconsciousness - sure to blow your socks off! Male Vocals, Indie Rock, Alt Rock