Our clients are seasoned artists, songwriters and composers who cross musical borders in the making of inventive music. Our focus is to extend the reach of their work for commissioning and licensing opportunities. Meet our talented creators.

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    Amanda Brown

    is an imaginative screen composer who has an intuitive grasp of the emotion of a scene. Her musical style is exotic, warm and heartfelt. She was a member of the much-loved band, the Go-Betweens. Eight Guitars is Amanda’s first solo album of songs and is scheduled for release 3 March. Each song features a different guest guitarist drawn from a pool of regular collaborators and friends – Kirin J Callinan, Damien Lane, Danny Widdicombe, Brendan Gallagher, Bruce Reid, Shane O’Mara and Daniel Champagne. The album was produced by Tony Buchen and music videos are by Marcelle Lunam and Stuart Spence. Screen-wise Amanda is currently working on the feminist-noir-serial-killer-comedy series Deadloch for Amazon Prime. Amanda’s score for Babyteeth was awarded ‘Best Original Score’ and her music for Brazen Hussies ‘Best Original Score in a Documentary’ at the 2020 AACTA Awards. Her music for The Secrets She Keeps was awarded “Best Music for a Television Series or Serial’ at the 2020 Screen Music Awards.

  • Damien Lane

    is a film composer known for his distinctively eclectic scores. He also works as a producer, arranger and performing artist. Among his notable collaborators is Amanda Brown, with whom he co-wrote the score for Quilty: Painting the Shadows, which was nominated by both AACTA and APRA for Best Score in a Documentary in 2019. He has also collaborated with the photo media artist Tamara Dean and with Jodi Phillis (The Clouds), whose most recent album he produced (We Need to be Free). Damien is currently scoring the second season of the comedy drama series The PM’s Daughter for ABC TV. Ventura is the first release from his forthcoming album of instrumental works, set for release on Strange Loops in early 2023.

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    Caitlin Yeo

    is an acclaimed, multi-award winning screen composer. Her signature style emerges from a fascination with music from different cultures and 20th century form. Caitlin has recently composed the music for the crime drama series True Colours for Bunya Productions/SBS TV. She is currently working on the Disney+ comedy drama series Last Days of the Space Age, the Stan drama series Bad Behaviour and the feature documentary Kindred for NITV. Caitlin’s scores for New Gold Mountain and Playing with Sharks: The Valerie Taylor Story were awarded ‘Best Original Score in TV’ and ‘Best Original Score in a Documentary’ at the 2021 AACTA Awards. Playing with Sharks was also awarded ‘Best Music in a Documentary’ at the 2021 Screen Music Awards. Her music for New Gold Mountain was also recognised at the 2022 Screen Music Awards, winning ‘Best Television Theme’ and ‘Best Music for a Miniseries or Telemovie’. Caitlin is also the recipient of the 2022 Sydney UNESCO City of Film Award

  • Jodi Phillis

    is an Australian singer/songwriter and composer. She is a graduate of AFTRS who composes for screen and stage in addition to releasing her own work. We Need to Be Free is Jodi’s latest album. She collaborated with fellow composer Damien Lane to create an enigmatic soundscape with hints of chamber folk, warped psychedelia, and melancholy pop. Her unmistakable vocals shine through. Jodi’s musical career began in the 1990s with the much-loved alt-rock band, the Clouds. The band earned gold record status for their debut album Penny Century, and went on to build a global following. Currently, Jodi is working again with Damien on the teenage comedy drama series Soundtrack to Our Teenage Zombie Apocalypse for ABC TV.

  • Image of screen composer Bryony Marks

    Bryony Marks

    is a classically trained composer who brings a formal rigour and an insider’s perspective to her elegant music. Her range extends from orchestral pieces to be played by the MSO or SSO to the soundtrack for Josh Thomas’ Please Like Me. Bryony is currently composing the music for Annealing, a dance work for The Australian Ballet’s Instruments of Dance triple bill, the TV comedy series Class of ’07 for Matchbox Pictures/Amazon Prime and the crime drama series Savage River for Aquarius Films/ABC TV. She has recently completed work on Patina, the premiere dance work for Alice Topp’s Project Animo. Bryony’s score for Lambs of God was awarded ‘Best Original Score in Television’ and her music for 2040 ‘Best Original Music in a Documentary’ at the 2019 AACTA Awards.

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    (Eric Chapus) is an accomplished screen composer and recording artist. He first came to national attention as one of Triple J’s first Unearthed artists. He has recently collaborated with Amanda Brown to compose the score for On the Ropes (SBS TV). For his PhD thesis, Eric created Classics, an album of classical compositions recontextualised in an electronica idiom. Ambient Chill Volumes 1-3 is Endorphin’s latest offering – a collection of euphonic works awash with the wild beauty of Oceania landscapes.

  • Image of screen composer Richard Pleasance

    Richard Pleasance

    is a versatile screen composer, music producer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. His sound has broad appeal and an engaging accessibility, dating back to the monster hits he wrote or co-wrote with Boom Crash Opera. Richard has recently completed work on the 9th, and final season of the TV series Wentworth (Foxtel Showcase). He has recently collaborated with Amanda Brown on the music for the FremantleMedia/Nickelodeon kids comedy drama series Rock Island Mysteries and is currently consulting for the CJZ/Acorn TV series Darby and Joan.

  • Image of singer/songwriter Rick Price

    Rick Price

    is a singer/songwriter and a music producer who can charm a crowd from South Brisbane to southern Tennessee with his performances. He is a self-taught musician who has forged an international career spanning more than three decades. Rick has recently released a new album: Soulville, a tribute to the soul artists of the 1960s. It includes the first single Farewell But Not Goodbye, an original work in memory of the late, great Aretha Franklin.

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    Áine Tyrrell

    is not one to bend to the demands of conventional production and recording. With the help of her long time music producer Mark Stanley, Áine went rogue, recording her latest album Return To The Sea in lounge rooms, front bars, old churches and remote islands across her homeland Ireland. The result is a breathtaking psychedelic-folk-rock odyssey. Karl Odlum (The Mary Janes), Liam O’Maonlaí (Hot House Flowers), Joe Doyle & Colm Mac Con Iomaire (The Frames) and Declan O’Rourke all contributed their formidable talents.

  • Image of singer-songwriter Abby Dobson

    Abby Dobson

    is a gifted singer and songwriter. She was a founding member of Leonardo’s Bride and now has a French-flavoured side-project named Baby et Lulu. Abby’s smoky vocals and heart-catching delivery invest her songs with a distinctive individuality as she showcases on her 2nd solo album, It’s Okay, Sweetheart.

  • Image of singer/songwriter Cherry Flambé

    Cherry Flambé

    is the alter-ego of singer/songwriter and cabaret burlesque performer, Michelle Pleasance. Cherry Flambe draws upon the timeless style of Peggy Lee, Lauren Bacall and Nancy Sinatra to bring to life a glamorous chanteuse with a taste for the dark side. Introducing … Cherry Flambe is her debut album

  • Image of singer/songwriter Jesse Younan

    Jesse Younan

    was a singer-songwriter who released a mere 3 albums before he died from cancer in July 2008. The studio album Take Something Beautiful: The Songs of Jesse Younan was released posthumously. Jesse’s songs are shaded with melancholy and pulse with a raw intensity.