Apocalypse Cow is a force of mainly three composers who create inventive music, whether it is for film, television, games, or fellow artists. Because not all music is the same, here's a studio that's different! Film scores include The Hollywood Dream, documentary scores for A Role of Their Own and Two Brothers, One Beer and the American Dream; and Background Cues for Emmy Award-winning TV sitcom Samantha Who, the History Channel’s Cities of the Underworld, and The Food Network’s Ace of Cakes. Projects include music for Dr. 90210 and commercials for Sunbeam and Mountain Dew.
The two brothers (Jeffrey and Dan Jeremy) and wife (Theresa) have been writing songs or involved in music since childhood. They founded Apocalypse Cow in 1999, when their hobby demanded turning it into a full-time family business. Since then, Apocalypse Cow has created music videos, scored films, produced charting rock albums, and written music for arcade games, exercise videos, music libraries and more. Apocalypse Cow also houses a full recording studio so musicians can easily be recorded live when needed.
Mysterious sounding downtempo with mainly electronica elements. Industrial sounding drums and drum kit hold it down. Also has a bit of a Michael Mann 80's movie vibe with reverb guitar. Multi-Sample, Electronic
E-rocktronica: Electronica meets industrial meets dub. Some gritty sounds mash up with smooth synths and delayed horns. Bombastic saxophone improv near end of full version. Instrumental, Electronic, Pending
Electronica meets dub meets industrial. Downtempo low key vibe with some dub type guitar rhythms with reverb and delay and various industrial elements scattered throughout. Instrumental, Electronic, Industrial (pending)
Moody, aggressive piece with an industrial vibe to it. In the style of CSI and NCIS. Would work for scenes where characters are intensely working on a project. Instrumental, Electronic, Industrial Rock
Sultry and sexually suggestive lyrics with female vocals in a pop electro dance style. Club jammer. Guy with popped collar at the bar catches eye of the glitter queen working it on the dance floor. Could be used when a girl is trying to seduce a guy. Female Vocals, Pop, Pop Music
Electronic pop, dance and grungy about standing up for yourself and making your voice heard. Female vocals in a teen pop style. Works for tweens and older audiences alike. Great main character who does not let others talk over her and boss her around. Would be right at home on Disney channel. Female Vocals, Pop, Tween Pop