Mill Valley, CA (December 21, 2006)–Panoramaniacal Soundscapes, a new film score composer/sound designer representation company based in the San Francisco Bay Area, has launched with a roster of four well-known contemporary composers and recording artists: Frank Serafine, Jordan Rudess, Jay Gordon and Greg Kihn.
All four have extensive experience and credits in sound design and music composing and licensing for television, film, broadcast, electronic gaming, commercials and corporations.
Panoramaniacal Soundscapes was founded by Christopher Buttner, who also owns and operates entertainment and technology public relations firm PRThatRocks.com.
Jay Gordon, lead vocalist of the Los Angeles-based alt/techno-metal band Orgy, is recognized as a leading master producer/remix composer for Billboard chart-topping major label rock bands, as well as for major Hollywood motion pictures. Collaborating with Korn’s Jonathan Davis, Jay Gordon has remixed and co-produced music, as well as lent his vocals to songs, for major motion pictures such as Queen of the Damned and Scream 3.
Greg Kihn, the inimitable Beserkley Records recording artist of the 1980s, is known for his chart-topping songs and MTV videos, “Jeopardy” and “The Breakup Song (They Don’t Write ‘Em Like That).” Kihn has a wealth of music from his 30-plus year career available for commercial license for advertising, television, radio, film and electronic entertainment.
Composer Jordan Rudess, Keyboard‘s “1994’s Best New Talent” (Overall Best Keyboardist category), has been an integral member of the rock band Dream Theater since 1999. Additional side projects have included writing and recording with David Bowie, Liquid Tension Experiment, The Dregs, Jan Hammer, drummer Tony Williams, Annie Haslam’s Renaissance and The Rudess Morgenstein Project featuring Dregs drummer Rod Morgenstein.
For almost 30-years, widely acclaimed film score composer and sound designer Frank Serafine has created vivid soundscapes for well-known movies, television programs and commercials, electronic games, theme parks (Disney, Busch Gardens and Six Flags), corporate clients and even the Department of Defense for Army and Navy battle simulators.