kercher.music
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I write narrative music

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kercher.music

New Member, Male, 30, from LA | NYC | ATL

your indie-friendly 'Hollywood' composer Jun 30, 2020

kercher.music was last seen:
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      kercher.music
      your indie-friendly 'Hollywood' composer
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Feb 21, 1990 (Age: 30)
    Home Page:
    https://kentkercher.com
    Location:
    LA | NYC | ATL
    Occupation:
    I write narrative music
    Welcome! My name is Kent, and I write music for screens of all sizes. I specialize in scoring nostalgic films, low-poly video games, and children’s television.

    In my music, you will hear the results I have cultivated through decades of classical training, synthesizer programming, and pop performance: my scores are highly melodic and memorable, completely without cynicism or fear. Most importantly, you will hear that I am a storyteller.

    My music has been featured in programming on four continents. The projects I’ve contributed to — including Justice League ( Danny Elfman ), Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge  ( John Williams  /  William Ross ), and Watchmen (Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross ) — have cumulatively grossed billions of dollars worldwide.

    My passion is paying it forward. To this end, I have released two free albums on Bandcamp* for indie developers to use in their video games. Along with my colleagues, I have created and published a number of music industry resources, including Assisting the Composer,  a practical guide for the era of #metoo and #payuphollywood, that has also grown into a thriving community on Facebook* with over 1,000 active members !

    Outside of music, I love to write fiction, read voraciously, and play old video games as they were meant to be played: on a CRT.

    What do you say? Let’s make something special together!
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