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The Neighbor In The Window, inspired by the book, “False Victim”, by Kathie Truitt, is a “ripped from the headlines” story about stalking. This is the fourth project that composer The Angel and director Menhaj Huda have worked on together....

Boiler Room turned twenty in 2020. Hired by director BEN YOUNGER, this was the first feature film that The Angel scored in its entirety. Starring GIOVANNI RIBISI, VIN DIESEL and NIA LONG, Boiler Room is the Wall Street for the...

Working on N.I. with director Sallyanne (Sal) Massimini, has been another wonderful opportunity to support a woman director, and a pleasure to once again collaborate with such a positive, creative badass! Not only are we both passionate about the creative...

This year’s eclectic list includes shout outs to some of the talent who make it happen off screen as well as on screen, whether discovered as new, rediscovered or simply appreciated in 2015. It was a good year for nostalgia. So, in...

Director AVA DUVERNAY hired The Angel to score the still topical CBS pilot, “For Justice”, based on James Patterson's novel, "The Thomas Berryman Number" and adapted by EP Rene Balcer. Executive produced by Leopoldo Gout and Bill Robinson for James...

This year’s eclectic list includes shout outs to some of the talent who make it happen off screen as well as on screen, whether discovered as new, rediscovered or simply appreciated in 2014. In no particular order...

Through her film score, Angel evokes a noir feel that enhances the timeless, twisted beauty of "Point Mugu", a modern Hitchcock inspired psychological thriller, currently making the shorts festival rounds....

Glow is an all-night cultural experience featuring original commissions by artists that re-imagine Santa Monica Beach as a playground for thoughtful and participatory temporary artworks....

Why so quiet, lately? It's been the pursuit of knowledge, new experiences and adventures that has pulled my attention away from my blog temporarily. I've been working on a bunch of very disparate projects that I will one day shed...

I love supporting up and coming talent and seeing fresh faces in the projects that I score.  Working with director Menhaj Huda on our third collaboration has once again given me the opportunity to do just this and I'm happy...

So what's been going on since January? Yes, I've been a little quiet since then, but it's only because I'm steeped in projects that need to be kept under wraps, for now. Suffice it to say that I've been doing...

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Niteshift is a Latenight Radio Magazine, which covers a broad range of topics from entertainment media to global issues. I had the real pleasure of talking to Mike Sargent about what goes into my film and TV score and how it...

[caption id="attachment_1251" align="aligncenter" width="300"] A glimpse of what I look at on a daily basis[/caption] Erica Shelton, one of the writers on "HawthoRNe" interviewed me for Women And Hollywood, about how I created the new musical direction for the show this...

I've managed to put off this final post of the year for over a month now, not really sure what message I felt like closing out the year with...

I’ve been scoring the independent feature “Gaia” over the past several months which has buried me knee deep in lush strings and organic atmospherics. This film is extremely moving, disturbing, enlightening and ultimately uplifting…. a big emotional journey....

Last Monday night, I joined Kristi Lomax as her guest DJ on her weekly radio show, “Restless Soul” on KPFK. Kristi is not only a gracious and eloquent host, but an incredibly adept engineer… It was quite a thing for...

This month we’re bringing out the single “Scorched Earth (Earthstar Mix)” featuring Rain Phoenix. We're also releasing a full instrumental version of the album, “Covert Movements."...

This is an all time top ten from The Angel and the personal history behind each choice, compiled for the now mothballed “My Secret Playlist”...

As the year draws to a close, and I have a minute to think back over 2008, I've realized something I'd kind of blanked on, while it was happening. During the presidential race, I made it a daily habit of...

KiDULTHOOD struck such a chord with the UK's youth in '06 when it was first released, but it's only just getting a U.S. release this month and it will be fresh to an American audience. ...

When it comes to recording technology, I've embraced every new gadget, be it software or hardware that could help me work faster, more efficiently and that would give me a broader palette and better quality recordings...