Jules has a couple of new tracks out this week on newly released albums from Big Screen Music and Universal sub-label Bruton: Dreamweaver aimed at the more ethereal end of TV programming and Urban & Hiphop doing the yoof culture / street sounds thang. Check them out.
Jules’ recent Urban workout ‘It’s Time’ features in Red Bull’s highlights from last month’s awesome Revolutions In Sound. Features vocals by Faro. Starts 1:37. Full version below.
Sorry for radio silence over the last few months – the web elf has been on extended vacation.
Jules has been busy with new urban material for Universal (out shortly), string work for Big Screen Music, and recent tracks for UNIPPM’s big Summer album. Recent syncs have included channel 4′s documentary series, ‘Mary Queen of the High Street’, ‘The One Show’, ‘Sweden’s Next Top Model’, Nova documentary ‘Finding Life Beyond Earth’, ‘Sky Sports Football’, C4 lifestyle perennials ‘Fat Fighters’ and ‘Secret Eaters’ (we do like a nice pie) and a host of trailers and promos for Sky, plus a collage of interesting overseas productions.
Legacy is finally out on Boost/Big Screen Music (enter as guest and browse to Big Screen Music’s releases) and features two of Jules’ darkly cinematic creations. Work continues on the forthcoming string project with live sessions now booked for after Christmas, and there’s a new track on BSM’s forthcoming Dreamweaver album (again through Boost Music)
Proper clips will be on the showreel as soon as we have our grubby little hands on them, and more details on other work in the pipeline as soon as it’s worth talking about. Thanks as ever for reading, and don’t forget to join us on Twitter and Facebook.
Jules’ relationship with boutique London production music label ‘Big Screen Music’ continues to flourish, with two new darkly heroic tracks featuring on their soon-to-be-released new album ‘Legacy’. Work is also underway on new material for an ambitious live strings project, due to be released later in the year. More to follow …
Two of Jules Bromley’s orchestral pieces feature on Big Screen Music’s latest set of glorious cinematic soundtracks – production music release ‘Oasis’. Aimed squarely at mainstream natural history TV producers, the album is distributed by Boost Music and available to download from their website.
Better late than never …. we’ve just up’ed the first batch of stuff to our new Soundcloud page. Lots of new tracks, old tracks (including some veritably vintage Trailermen dance material from our Planet Nice Records days), some more recent film/TV cues, and a bunch of beats, electro-swing tracks, jazzy cut-ups and remixes etc. A real mash-up of Trailermen choons, some of which we couldn’t squeeze onto the main showreel, and many of which are available for immediate licensing.
Jules has recently completed 3 tracks for US cult cartoon series ‘Archer’. Featuring samples from archive 60′s spy themes he’s mashed, mixed, messed with and given them the Trailermen workover. Look out for them on the new series of Archer.