Daniel Birch composed and performs the original score for The Fugue. We have used his music more than any other composer for The Big Loop and we are astounded by what he’s created. He specializes in creating bespoke music for video and audio and works at incredibly reasonable rates. To contact Daniel and/or purchase his music please visit his Bandcamp page where you can hear this original soundtrack plus all his other works.
Wildie hail from Sweden and have become one of our favorite bands in The Big Loop family. Martin Svensson from Tjuv is also in this wonderful band in case you were wondering how we discovered this musical gem. Westbound is the song in the final credits. Please visit their website and join their Facebook page for updates.
Daniel Birch composes cinematic landscapes for the ear and provides the gorgeous dystopian soundtrack to "Wide Awake." If you would like to use his music, it's licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. But we encourage you to support him by purchasing his music. We use his feature his lush music in our episode Wide Awake. He does great things with bespoke compositions for very reasonable rates so contact him with inquiries at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
Kai Engel provides the lush sonic landscape for this story. Most of his music is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license. If you would like to use his music for a commercial work, please contact him directly. And if you use his music or just enjoy it, please consider purchasing his songs at the links provided.
Tjuv is a the Swedish super band we can’t say enough about. Our story All God’s Children was built around their marvellous single The River. This story ends on their new single Bike Freedom which has has been in heavy rotation here in Vancouver. Please follow their links and support these wonderful musicians and artists.
Movie Horn, Scream Studio
Apollo 11 Launch, NASA
Adrian Underhill is a brilliant Canadian songwriter/musician based out of Toronto and Vancouver. He’s been playing guitar and singing most of his young life (Paul Bae should know—he taught him in high school) and we’re grateful to him and his label for letting us use his wonderful song Cruel for this episode. Please check out his other songs and purchase his music. Follow him on Twitter.
TRG Banks, Swan Ride
Aaron Mist, Burning Forest
David Holowitz, Whimsical Theme #2
Lee Rosevere, A List Of Ways To Die
Paul Bae, “Jack’s Home Defense”
TRG Banks, Garden Party
Lee Rosevere, Places Unseen (midroll)
Portrayal is a guitar/electronic duo from Shrewsbury, UK. Rob Tranter and Joe Crook have been friends for years but didn't actually start recording music together until recently when the two bands they were in came to an end, and they set out with the intention of writing an album as a duo. They mix up rock and electronica with hints of other styles such as shoegaze and post punk, whilst keeping a focus on melody and structure. Their debut album To the Black Sea is out now on iTunes and Bandcamp. The marvellous song featured in "Wide Awake" is Lost Souls. Follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
Daniel Birch composes cinematic landscapes for the ear and provides the gorgeous dystopian soundtrack to "Wide Awake." If you would like to use his music, it's licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International. But we encourage you to support him by purchasing his music. He does great things with bespoke compositions for very reasonable rates so contact him with inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
Daniel Birch's tracks:
Lee Rosevere, Places Unseen (midroll)
Philipp Weigl is a classically trained pianist and composer based in his hometown of Munich, Germany. A fantastically gifted talent, his cinematic scores have been used in several videos and projects and we hope his work gains more attention on our shores. Go to his website for more information and we encourage you to purchase his music.
Julie Maxwell, Fish In The Pond
Nuno Adelaida, Children - Our Life
Jody Glenham, "Ill Wind." Jody is an incredibly gifted musician/songwriter based in Vancouver. Initially drawing comparisons to 90s band Mazzy Star and the more contemporary Sharon Van Etten, Jody and her band, The Dreamers, have made a mark in Canada. She has played showcases for SXSW in Austin TX, CMW and NXNE in Toronto, Ont and was featured as a 'Women to Watch' by CBC Radio. You can purchase her music on iTunes, Spotify, and Bandcamp. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.
Lee Rosevere, Morning Walk
Lee Rosevere, Midnight Sun
Lee Rosevere, Astral
Lee Rosevere, Timeless
Lee Rosevere, The Nightmare
Lee Rosevere, Places Unseen
Chris Zabriskie, The Theatrical Poster for Poltergeist III
Chris Zabriskie, Undercover Vampire Policeman
Ars Sonor, Milking The Spider Queen
Ars Sonor, Awakening
Yoshimasu Kamiya, Interlude [Limbo]
Patrick Lieberkind, Surreal Horror Ambience
Headphaze, Horror Ambience Atmosphere
Inspector J, Horror Violin Tremolo Cluster
Fatal Injection, Phase Two
FilmFX, Scary Violin
Elsa, In Two. This incredible Toronto quintet's highly infectious dream pop has been written about in Pitchfork and Noisey and we're thrilled to showcase them on The Big Loop. We encourgage you to purchase music directly from their site and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
Kai Engel, Somnolence
Lee Rosevere, The Ambient Ukulele
Chris Zabriskie, Cylinder Seven
Chris Zabriskie, Land On The Golden Gate
Crimson Curtain, Vanishing
Chris Zabriskie, Brethren, Arise
Chris Zabriskie, The Dark Glow Of The Mountains
Kai Engel, Imminence
Midroll music is Places Unseen by Lee Rosevere
Tjuv, The River. Tjuv is an incredible band from Sweden who were the first musicians picked for The Big Loop. Presently, The River is a single. Their first eponymous EP is available here. This album is constantly playing at our recording studio and has provided the soundtrack to our production of season one. If you like what you hear, please support them by purchasing their album. We can't wait for their first full-length album!
Kai Engel. "April"
Lee Rosevere, "Planet B" from the album Trappist-1. Lee is widely known in Vancouver, BC as a producer on CBC Radio. But his work as a musician is where he makes his mark for us. We have featured his music in every episode of The Big Loop so far, including an original score for “FML." If you are a podcaster, he has a series of “Music For Podcasts” entirely free to use. You can find all his music here including the original score to this episode of The Big Loop.
Erokia, Ambient Wave 20
Vemseplutten1709, Galactic Message
Lee Rosevere is widely known in Vancouver, BC as a producer on CBC Radio. But his work as a musician is where he makes his mark for us. We used his songs in our first episode, “The Studio,” and for this episode, Lee composed the entire score specifically for The Big Loop! If you are a podcaster, he has a series of “Music For Podcasts” entirely free to use. You can find all his music hereincluding the original score to this episode of The Big Loop.
The Proctors is an incredible band from the US whose reputation travels internationally. When we heard “Signs of Life,” we fell under its spell and reached out immediately to the band who are as generous as they are gifted. Please visit their Facebook page or go here and purchase their albums and try to catch them live if you can! They are amazing!
HUSH FOREVER, "Life Is A Black Curtain." Their new album "Find The Gap" is available now. It’s awesome! We are so grateful for his generous donation of the haunting closing song. More on that story and his beautiful music in our Patreon page (for patrons). Follow them and their tour schedule on Facebook.
LEE ROSEVERE, "Night Caves," "In A Moment," and "Places Unseen." Lee has been making music for years in my hometown of Vancouver and he's incredibly generous with his talents. Visit his website and enjoy.
THE PANGOLINS, "Beneath Dark Clouds."
ARS SONAR, "Gash Park."
EROIKA, "Horror Drone."