Music from Season Three
The Season Three score is a collaboration between composer Adam Dorn and music producer Hal Willner.
Hal works on records, films, television, radio, and live events. He is best known for conceiving of and producing concept albums that feature a wide variety of artists and musical styles, as well as his sketch music adaptations for Saturday Night Live, which he has done since 1980.
Hal has produced artists including Marianne Faithfull, Lou Reed, Macy Gray, Don Pullen, Bill Frisell, William S. Burroughs, Lucinda Williams, and Laurie Anderson. His work has been featured in the films Candy Mountain, Shortcuts, Kansas City, Finding Forrester, Talladega Nights, and Lawless, among others. His legendary multiartist live shows included homages to Harry Smith, Edgar Allan Poe, Leonard Cohen, Marquis de Sade, and Bill Withers.
Adam Dorn (a.k.a. Mocean Worker) is a Los Angeles-based composer and recording artist. Over the last decade, he has scored feature films, television series, documentaries, and comedy shows, including HBO’s Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind, Showtime’s Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic, the HBO series The Weight of the Nation, Melissa McCarthy’s Nobodies, and the reboot of the Kickboxer action film trilogy.
As Mocean Worker, Adam’s music has been featured in a number of films and television shows, including The Devil Wears Prada, The Bourne Supremacy, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Better Call Saul. Adam is currently scoring the Showtime series Enemies.
Music From Season Two
In 2003, Nick started the Unicorns and released their first full-length album to critical praise. He went on to form Islands, who have released five albums and played festivals including Coachella, Primavera Sound, and La Route du Rock. Nick has also released two solo records (as Nick Diamonds) and a variety of collaborations, and composes scores for film and television.
Fritz has composed music for directors Zach Clark, Kern Saxton, Leah Shore, and others. He also works as a music mixer and producer.
Additional scoring by Mark Henry Phillips. Kate Bilinski, the staff music editor, manages the final selections and completes any additional mix and mastering work.
Music from Season One
Season One’s original score comes from both Nick Thorburn, who wrote the theme song, and Mark Henry Phillips, who mixed the show. Mark is a composer and sound designer and has worked on many films such as the Oscar-nominated Cutie and the Boxer. When not scoring and mixing films, he releases music under the name Sono Oto.