London artist and composer Charlie Armour’s passion has always been music. Among his many professional credits are music for the films "Ikari" and "The Aswang Phenomenon," as well as short films "Toy Run" and "The Gig." He has also composed music for the video games "Conquest: Divide and Conquer" and "Martial Arts Odyssey: Volume One Kuntaw & Bokator." Charlie continues to compose and record music for projects all over the world in the Dramatic, Classical, Horror, and Action genres.
Charlie Armour’s professional accomplishments are all the more remarkable since he deals with a rare form of Lueuodystrophy daily, which limits the use of his legs and hands. He continues to add to his portfolio by composing scores for Films, Video Games, Television, Advertising, and other projects. Charlie is a talented composer who doesn’t give up and continues to turn out exciting and professional new works -- check out his tracks here for your next TV show, film, video game, or documentary.
A track that is dreamy, unreal and dramatic. Edgy and a bit unsettling. Repetitive but elegant. Expressive of someone with a troubling life, who seems to take one step forward and two backwards. Flashbacks, transitions, regrets. Dramatic and unusual in its originality, technique and emotions. Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
An emotional track about the sadness in your life as you are getting over the loss of a loved one. Dramatic cautious moving and tender. Grand majestic mourning music or flashbacks, sad reunion, memories. Trying to face a new day, wondering, "How shall I survive with this pain?" Tragedy & sorrow, Instrumental, Dramatic, Ethereal Music
A horror score about a guy/girl living with a disturbed individual who slowly cracks and goes on a killing rampage. Edgy foreboding music, with tension and fear of what's next! Aftermath, flashbacks and remorse he couldn't be stopped. CSI crime scene body count, heist, murderer, stalker, kidnapper, Instrumental, Horror, Horror Ambience