Music supervision company, 45 RPM, founded by Nick Angel, Catherine Grieves, Sarah Bridge and Iain Cooke has launched new division 33 RPM, a Composer, Music Editor and Consultant Management outfit.

33 RPM represents, manages “the best composing talent from established, multiple award-winners to emerging talent in music for film, TV, games and advertising.”

Headed up by Sarah Bridge and Catherine Grieves, alongside their music supervision work for 45 RPM, 33 RPM was set up to offer a “more significant depth of knowledge of clients’ needs and collaboration in delivering exciting new opportunities for composers under their management.”

Sarah Bridge, Co-Founder of 33 RPM says: “The new division works perfectly alongside 45 RPM and complements the existing business, tapping into our collective breadth of contacts across film and TV, as well as seeking new relationships and collaborations”.

Catherine Grieves, Co-Founder of 33 RPM, added: “Our aim is to work with talent that excites us, who bring something unique to film and television productions. As a sister company to music supervision collective 45 RPM, 33 RPM mirrors our ethos of being able to support the music requirements for any production with creative flair and the highest technical skill and experience. Our clients are already seeing the benefits of this new venture.”

Current new composers under the wing of 33 RPM include, (in alphabetical order) : Paul Englishby, Harry Escott, Dhani Harrison, Paul Haslinger, Jeremy Holland- Smith, Federico Jusid, Morgan Kibby, John Murphy, Carly Paradis, Arthur Sharpe and Toydrum. Other clients include Music Editors Lewis Morison and Jack Sugden, and Historical Music Consultant Bill Lyons.

Recent work of note from the 33 RPM roster includes Guardians Of The Galaxy: Volume III scored by John Murphy, Arthur Sharpe’s BAFTA and Ivor Novello award wins for HBO’s Landscapers’, Warner Bros’ musical Wonka, with song arrangements and orchestration by Jeremy Holland-Smith, the new series of Slow Horses, scored by Toydrum (and Daniel Pemberton), and Carly Paradis’s score for Typist, Pirate, Artist, King, which Rolling Stone named as its top British Film of 2023.

Jon Creamer

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