Loose Canon Music

info@loosecanonmusic.co.uk
Tel +44 (0)20 3411 9842
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We love what we make, love what we do

About the Loose Canon Collective

Dom Shovelton Dom Shovelton

As a Composer, Music Producer & Sound Designer Dom has built a portfolio of works for TV, Film, Advertising, Branding, Events & Live Action.
He has worked with various artists as songwriter & producer and continues to compose contemporary classical compositions for the CHROMA Ensemble.

His original compositional work is inspired by combining organic & electronic sources.

WE ARE LOOSE CANON

Loose Canon is a fresh, creative collective of experienced composers, musicians, sonic artists and producers sharing a love of music, film and culture. We produce bespoke scores, sound design and creative musical solutions for all forms of short form, branding, digital and TV projects.

For information and commissions – scroll down for our contact details.

Quite simply, we love what we make and love what we do and we’d love to hear from you.

Matt Lord Matt Lord

A graduate of the London College of Music, Matt is a classically trained composer who’s been successfully creating TV and shortform scores and producing and recording artists from his bespoke studio in north London for the past 12 years, in addition to working as a highly sought after mixer and sound engineer.

Will Yates Will Yates

William Yates aka Memotone, is a multi-instrumentalist and producer.
Drawing inspiration from a wide range of sources, his sound is made up of layered instrumentation over the top of field recordings, conversation, atmospheres and programming all tied up with live acoustic drums and binaural percussion.

Úlfur Eldjárn Úlfur Eldjárn

Úlfur Eldjárn is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and producer from Reykjavík, Iceland. His works include compositions for film, TV, theatre and commercials. He’s released two solo albums – Ash (soundtrack from the Eyjafjalljökull documentary directed by Herbert Sveinbjörnsson) and Field Recordings: Music from the Ether, where he experimented, amongst other things, with mechanical instruments from the middle ages and modern day robotics and artificial intelligence.

Beni Giles Beni Giles

London based composer, producer and arranger – Beni has over 10 years
experience writing and producing music for TV, and concert commissions. He also produces signed acts across Europe from pop to avant-garde, composes orchestral (and other instrumental) arrangements for signed artists in addition to his remix work.

Things we've done, things we like

The Collective newsblog

Memotone live set at Kode_1, Bari 31.01.15

Memotone live set at Kode_1, Bari 31.01.15

Memotone aka Will Yates, will be performing a full live set alongside a DJ set from Lillo at Kode_1 in Bari on January 31st. Offering a counterculture of individual lifestyles & music, Kode_1 is an artistic incubator where live music, installations, exhibitions and culture thrive. Check back for footage of Memotone’s performance via White Noise Generator. More info from […]

Úlfur Eldjárn performing live at Mengi

Úlfur Eldjárn performing live at Mengi

Úlfur will be performing his ongoing series of improvised composition in Reykjavík’s diverse creative hub Mengi on Thursday January 22 2015. Using a limited number of instruments and computer, he’ll compose and improvise live – recording the performance with the idea of remixing and recycling back in the studio. Performance starts at 21.00. For more details check out http://www.mengi.net Úlfur […]

Improvisations – an exploration of live improvisation and composition by Úlfur Eldjárn

Improvisations – an exploration of live improvisation and composition by Úlfur Eldjárn

Improvisation I by Úlfur Eldjárn OK, headphones on and get into this. Improvisations is an ongoing project exploring the boundaries of live improvisation and composition. It’s a series of improvised compositions using a limited number of instruments or sound sources and a computer for looping, instant layering, editing and manipulation of ideas. The performances have […]