South African Musician and Composer David Waugh is a member of the Music Award-nominated band Lonehill Estate, in which he co-wrote, produced, and mixed five South African #1 hits. He has scored TV commercials for clients like Coca-Cola, Toyota, McDonalds, Amstel Lager, KFC, Honda, FNB, and Standard Bank, and corporates for The King Edward Hotel and Sasol, among others. David also wrote the theme for the video game “Bounty Arms," and he brings us music in the Hard Rock, Orchestral, Electro, Avant Garde, Ambient, Easy Listening, and Acoustic genres.
David Waugh's band Lonehill Estate has opened for top acts including Muse, Korn, Good Charlotte, and 30 Seconds To Mars, they have performed at The Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, The Global Battle of the Bands at London's legendary Astoria Theatre, and at Musexpo in LA at SIR Studios and The Viper Room. He is incredibly successful in the Pop and Rock genres, having produced and mixed 5 national number 1 hits for his band Lonehill Estate, namely "Daans," "Look Good," "Green Pocket," "Techno Band," and "Gangstar." Several of their songs appeared in the film "Finding Lenny."
David scored the film "Swop" along with Richard Vosgatter, and has scored corporates for companies like Aurecon, KFC, Liberty, and Clover.
Creepy drones, incomprehensible human whispers, and chilling twisted effects stress an underscore that subtly builds and heightens the fear and tension until the off key choir and scratching strings are screaming at you. A climactic release follows midway. Perfect for Horrors and Psycho Thrillers. Mixed Vocals, Horror Music, Horror Edgy Music
Experimental and ambient track featuring a robot voice and a steady beat which develops under an evolving soundscape, conveying a sense of deep mystery, wonder and yet a strange sadness. Great for scientific documentary's where technology meets humanity, and scenes of advancement of the human race. Spoken Word, Electronic Music, Drone music
Gunshots and cash registers punctuate Piano, guitar and unusual country styled vocals in this quirky song about working, moving and hustling. Its the perfect track for cutting edge commercials and out of the ordinary shows like Nip Tuck, Ugly Betty, Pushing up Daisies, Dexter, Scrubs or Weeds. Male Vocals, Indie Rock Music, Indie Rock