SixtyFour Music was founded by Composer and Music Supervisor, Nick Payne (The Favourite, Killing of A Sacred Deer, The Lobster) and Sound Designers Johnnie Burn (Waves, The Favourite, Under The Skin) and Warren Hamilton.
With offices in London and New York our creative team has years of music supervision experience and a genuine love for music and film and collaborating with directors. We have worked as Artists and Performers, Radio Producers, Composers, Arrangers, DJ’s and Podcasters. SixtyFour first launched in the advertising space and quickly became the ‘go to’ music house for original composition, music supervision and bespoke re-records, regularly working with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra of London at Abbey Road.
SixtyFour ventured into feature films in 2015 when Nick was asked to supervise Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster. We are a collective of five Music Supervisors, Anne Booty, Rebecca Grierson, Nick Payne, Joe Rice and The Twilite Tone. We work both collaboratively in teams and independently as a one-stop shop on clearances, in-house catalogue (5000+), hiring composers, sound design, curating moodboards at the script stage and DJ’ing at the premier!
SixtyFour are advocates for diversity in film music and the first official music partners of Free The Work an initiative founded by director Alma Har’el, committed to making equality actionable in media and creating opportunities for underrepresented creators behind the lens in TV and film. Rebecca is an official advocate and set up the Free The Work Composer database in 2018 which has grown to 200+ Composers. Authentic storytelling and equal hiring practices is at the heart of work, they also have a division called 64 Talent dedicated to underrepresented composers.
SixtyFour work with Director Yorgos Lanthamos and have an exciting year ahead, with three new feature films in pre-production.