Category Archives: commercials

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TV, Ads, Docs

A more complete YouTube playlist can be found here Using El Djouf (Space and Story) Film by Manu Virani. The story of Naivasha through the eyes of an African Fish Eagle. Dr. Virani explores the […]

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More footage

A more complete YouTube playlist can be found here Cinematic Scores On Common Ground (documentary) On Common Ground: David Goldblatt & Peter Magubane. A few weeks prior to their work being shown together, David Goldblatt […]

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Pwang! A popup portfolio.

I’ve been writing music for visuals for the last 8 years, but only recently have I reviewed this and discovered upwards of 40 video pieces, from commercials to documentaries, where my music has been used. While […]

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Haunting Beauty (2018)

Washed UpToo Late “Haunting Beauty” on UK’s Evolution Media is a collection of graceful, delicate and emotive cues creating an intimate, evocative sound in a filmic, minimal, contemporary classical idiom.

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Keep it Strange … Lyrical Themes

Nic Paton’s second album with Melbourne Production Library Strange Fruit is “Lyrical Themes” (SF 196). The key to this collection is its crafted melodic emphasis and often melancholic mood, with piano, winds, string quartet and wide-ranging plucked […]

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Boxer Bikin’ Africa!

I did the music for this fun-filled romp filmed by Ziggy Hofmeyr in Guinea for the West African transport market. Chassis forte, tout puissant!    

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Our Daily Ukulele – Cheek & Charm

“Our Daily Ukulele – Cheek and Charm” is a fresh new collection of music on Africa’s premier production library, Mama Dance, from composer/multi-instrumentalist Nic Paton. Featuring the hipster’s instrument of choice, these ukulele creations range […]

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KFC Journey of Hope

Using the track “Wonder” from “Twana Toons”

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