Composer Adrian Croom has superior skills and is able to conjure the kind of instrumentals that invigorate the mind’s eye. We can’t overstate how evocative his themes can be. “Lunar Adagio” exudes a forbidding interstellar beauty as it builds steadily to a booming, kettle-drummed march. “Until Now” rides a simple, tranquil piano melody, an understated beat and harmonized trumpets. We think “sci-fi fantasia” when we hear the atmospheric, digital-meets-analog, hi-tech-meets-hi-touch “Carina,” which has a classic Vangelis/Blade Runner essence. Overall, we like how this composer deftly injects analog instruments (mandolin, trumpet, piano) into his work, which is mainly electronic. Croom deserves film or TV scoring gigs.
Contact: [email protected]
Seeking: Booking, Film/TV
Style: Electronic, Soundtrack, Experimental