Five of my projects have received nominations for the 2019 Production Music Awards, including a track from my own catalogue, WotNot Music Library. The nominations are: Best Electronic Music Track Game On (by Jamie Wilder) from Run The Beat on Cavendish Music Puma Fight (by Jeremy Sliwerski and Danny Solimene) from Fashion Underworld on WotNot…
Epic use of my track Day After Day here, via NENTG
Had a great time recording piano for my ‘Cinematic Piano’ tracks written for Cavendish Trailers at Angel Studios, with old friend and amazing pianist Tara Clifford.
My track Somebody Like You (co-written as Catch Harrington with Sam Pegg) is the new birthday song for the Scots Gaelic CBeebies on BBC ALBA. Listen/watch: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/alba-co-laithean-breith
Really excited to have composed music for a BBC One sitcom! I wrote and arranged a recurring brass theme to complement James Allix’s percussion compositions. King Gary stars Tom Davis and the pilot airs tonight on BBC One.
One of two BBC Social Media films using my track Silver Mohawk BBC – Informer from Cavendish Music on Vimeo.
My track Abscond And Prosper from WotNot Music Library opens this epic BT Sport promo for Darren Till’s forthcoming UFC match. The second half is scored by In Limbo from the album Metamorphosis by writing team Chøppersaurus, which I produced for Cavendish Music
a new bespoke composition via Vice more info here
Here’s an Instagram video from The Midnight Club, using my track ‘Day After Day‘ exactly how I’d imagined it! Always nice to feel like you might know what you’re doing sometimes… always fun to see something you wrote used exactly how you intended it. About a true legend too! @the_midnight_club #kathrineswitzer #adidasrunning #librarymusic #sync A…
This week I’ve been at the newly renovated Pannonia Studios in Budapest with the Hungarian Studio Orchestra recording Hollywood-infused arrangements of classic Christmas songs, carols and hymns. Arrangers Sam Pegg, Thomas Hewitt Jones and Martin Batchelar did a great job – especially considering we had 22 cues to get through between us!