Evolving Sound is a UK trailer-music label. We partner with exceptional composers, producers, musicians and orchestras, to deliver unparalleled dramatic music, designed specifically for theatrical promotion.
Our mission is simple: to provide our clients with outstanding, forward-looking and uncompromising scores for trailers, promos, TV spots and campaigns, working with the best musicians and production talent available. No short-cuts, no padding, no excuses. We produce highly responsive trailer tracks that anticipate the ever-changing landscape of trailer music, and maintain the very highest standards of composition, musicianship and cutting-edge production. Tracks custom-built to enrich, enhance, illuminate and contextualise awesome visual content.
Who We Are
He’s had placements and TV Spots for James Bond: Sky Fall, The Good Wife, Ugly Betty, game trailer placements including Call Of Duty (Activision) and Heroes of the Storm (Blizzard), plus syncs for Big Brother, Top Gear, Fierce Earth, Cold Feet and various high-profile sports promos, along with a multitude of trailers on SKY, RTL and other networks. He’s also provided scores for Discovery documentaries and IVCA Award winning film Inclusion, as well as a host of TV commercials, and had tracks featured in movies Peaches and Forces of Nature, along with the Channel 4 coverage of the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony.
Jules’ career began in dance production and remixing, with a host of remix credits for the likes of Texas, Bran Van 3000, V.A.S.T, David Arnold and David McAlmont, and working with Linda Clifford, Stephane Moraille and Dimitri from Paris. He also ran London ‘Nu House’ dance label Planet Nice Records, where he developed the obsession for production values which still characterises his work.
He's been obsessed with trailers since the golden days of gravely voice-overs, and now spends his time regaling people about the merits of the '4 act structure', or hounding composers about the inadequacies of their 'back-ends'!
Stacey was music coordinator at LA trailer house mOcean for 2 years, assisting the music supervisor and music director on numerous theatrical A/V marketing campaigns. Her familiarity with the creative and logistical demands placed on editors and producers, gives her a unique understanding of how best to provide them with the music they need, and to channel their creative requirements into Evolving Sound's production pipeline and custom output.
She trained at Humber College, Toronto as a Jazz Performance and Composition Major, and has also studied Game Music Composition at UCLA. This experience, her work assisting a number of professional trailer composers, and her own composition experience, scoring short films and animation projects, give her an invaluable creative perspective on the production side of our work, helping formulate album concepts, and guide composers on custom jobs.
She graduated in European Business Studies, majoring in marketing and German. A fluent German speaker, she’s worked overseas in marketing for Japanese manufacturer UBE Industries, and in chemical sales and trading at Mitsubishi Corporation in the City of London. She’s also run a property management company in the North West of England.
A passionate film and music lover, and avid devourer of new movie trailers, she divides her free time between her kids and consuming period dramas.
George is currently an undergraduate at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, where he's studying for a dual major in Film Scoring and Classical Composition. Prior to that he studied at the Junior Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
After cutting his teeth as a composer for TV commercials (McDonalds, Walmart, Jeep, Range Rover and many more), Mike branched out into Film and TV. His recent TV and film work includes drum programming and synth work on the Hollywood movie ‘Tarzan’ starring Margot Robbie, along with Amanda Holden’s ‘I’ve Got Something To Tell You’ and BBC 2’s ‘New York: America’s Busiest City’.
As a drummer he continues to work with his groundbreaking band 'Introducing' who recreate electronic albums completely live.
He has written game soundtracks for the likes of Skywars Archon Rises, had work featured on CBS and Fox, and been nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award (2015 – Tears of Heaven). His work is a regular feature on TV with recent placements including sports trailers for the UFC Championship.
His recent album of dramatic orchestral music ‘Inspired’ was an iTunes bestseller in his native Germany and secured props from the likes of Winifred Philips and Inon Zur.
Some of his recent credits include Hollywood trailers for ‘Breathe’ and ‘The Magician’, as well as numerous syncs on Sky Sports, ITV, and for Emirates. He's also done trailerization and remix work, including for Chris Isaacs' 'Wicked Game'
A multi-instrumentalist playing piano, guitar and drums, Michael is a graduate of the University of Liverpool, where he specialised in composition and production. He's since devoted his career to the world of motion picture advertising, after breaking into the industry writing bespoke cues for London trailer houses. His distinctive, emotional sound fuses powerful orchestral themes with organic elements, cutting edge sound-design and signature synth programming.
In his career he’s worked with several directors/producers across a wide variety of film genres, ranging from short documentary to full length narrative film. Among them “Way You Die”(2014), “In Our Country”(2016), “Christ in You” (2017) and the world’s first action movie without a single cut “One Shot Left” (2017).
After leaving school, he studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Mannheim Germany, majoring in music-theory.
He’s also won the Foto-Film-Game-Contest in Munich twice in a row, participating in 2011 and 2012.
Jonas is currently based near Munich, Germany.
His professional music career began in the internationally acclaimed band Oi Va Voi, working with the likes of KT Tunstall and Annie Lennox. Soon after transitioning into film and TV music he was scoring promos and trailers for Sky, National Geographic, ABC, FOX, Discovery, The History Channel, Nickelodeon, EPSN, Aveeno, Metrodome, and the British Film Institute. He has also composed for renowned theatre company Oily Cart, and scored the soundtrack to the black comedy feature film Dirty Weekend.
His collaboration with Mercury winning The xx and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra was broadcast live on BBC Radio 1 (and later performed at the Hollywood Bowl); and working with virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope reached no 1 in the UK and no 3 in the US Billboard Classical charts for Spheres alongside composers Max Richter and Ludovico Einaudi.
Alex composed music for Wes Anderson’s Come Together TV spots for H&M as well as numerous award winning film, short films and commercials. He is presently completing his first album.
Recent successes include:
- The Amazing Spider Man 2
- Maze Runner The Scorch Trials
- Edge Of Tomorrow
- The People v. O.J. Simpson
- When The Bough Breaks
- The Walking Dead
- Golden Globe Awards
- 68th Emmy Awards
His first orchestral album "From The Sky" secured him a deal with London based ASongs Publishing, but his passion for intensely simple hooks, superb arrangements and cutting-edge production make him an undoubted force in discerning scores for dramatic media.
His work also features widely in sports promos and coverage, including events such as the Rio Olympics opening ceremony, UFC 199 Bad Blood, WWE Smackdown, French Open Men’s Final and The Ryder Cup. It’s also appeared in TV shows Top Gear and American Idol.
Other projects he has worked on include the documentary film Angel Azul, mobile app Wandoo Planet and the MKZ launch for luxury car brand Lincoln at the Detroit & LA Auto Shows.
He is published by Warner/Chappell, BMG, Position Music, Boost and Evolving Sound. He studied piano under renowned teacher, Christine Brown and concert pianist David Murray and holds a Masters degree in Composition and Production.
His credits include the legendary ‘Timesplitters’ and ‘Crysis’ series of video games, as well as BAFTA longlisted indie VR hit ‘How We Soar’ and Chris Roberts’ record-breaking sci-fi epic ‘Star Citizen’. A sound-design fanatic, he’s carved out a signature style which blends mind-bending electronica with simple, often hypnotic melodic refrains.
He’s also had a long career in electronic music, both with his own cult industrial synth pop band ‘Goteki’ and as a live musician and songwriter for seminal 80s new romantic band ‘Visage’. He merges all these wildly varied influences to write music that’s irreverent and unique.