Never Mind The Buzzcocks gets an A-MNEMONIC music update

A-MNEMONIC have updated the Music Theme, as part of the rebranding of Never Mind The Buzzcocks.

The renowned comedy show has returned to Sky with brand new host Greg Davies. Returning to the show, Noel Fielding is a team captain opposite Daisy May Cooper, with Jamali Maddix featuring as a regular guest.

Each week the host and team captains are joined by a roster of top music and comedy stars to compete against each other. Viewers can expect the unpredictability of the original series, with some of the best known and loved rounds remaining, alongside some new surprises thrown in along the way.

A-MNEMONIC produce the new Audio Branding for The Guardian Podcasts

Despite being the leading commercial podcast publisher in the UK, The Guardian has only recently turned their attention to the task of branding their podcast offering

Over 15 million people in the UK listened to podcasts in 2020, with the figure set to rise by a cool five million in the next four years. That’s a lot of listeners! 

For The Guardian, A-MNEMONIC worked with the idea outlined in the brief: reflecting The Guardian’s core values and the concept of ‘diverse voices in conversation’. 

Besides creating a sonic identity for the suite of podcasts, A-MNEMONIC also had to search and cast for five male and female voices that could veritably represent the sound of contemporary Britain.

A-MNEMONIC Dominates Saturday Night Prime Time TV producing Music for both ‘I Can See your Voice’ and ‘Game of Talents’

A-MNEMONIC has gone head to head and produced both the music themes and music branding package for ‘I Can See Your Voice’ on BBC One, and ‘Game of Talents’ on ITV.

I Can See Your Voice is hosted by Paddy McGuinness who is joined by celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond, and Amanda Holden.

Each week the celebrities, joined by a special guest, will help a team of two players tell the difference between good and bad mystery singers, without ever hearing them sing a note.

Then over at ITV, you can watch ‘Game of Talents’ – branded ‘the most judgemental TV show’ and presented by Vernon Kay in the new seven-part series which features eight different performers every week, each showcasing their own talent.

There’s one big catch though – contestants in the studio and viewers watching at home have no idea what those talents are and have to make a prediction based on the performer’s appearance.

A-MNEMONIC helps to being a little softness to Charlie Banana diapers commercial.

We’re excited to share with you our latest music and sound design on this beautiful commercial for Charlie Banana. With music composed by Stuart Hancock, and Sound Design by Toby Jarvis.
We teamed up with NERD Productions London and USA based Agency Curiosity, to bring to life Charlie Banana’s mission of making the world a better place for future generations and to celebrate motherhood and all-around sweetness. Check out the hand-crafted, stop motion piece of beauty! ‘A little softness’, Directed by Hayley Morris.

A-MNEMONIC compose the Sound of TalkTalk

A-MNEMONIC have created the unique musical Sonic Identity for TalkTalk – to be used across all of their advertising.

With the launch of their “For Everyone” campaign, TalkTalk needed a ‘unique sound identity’ that highlighted great speed, a simple offering, easy to deal with – underpinned by the value of fairness. 
A-MNEMONIC were chosen for this task following our success with the Sonic Branding for travel brand ABTA and TV show Love Island.

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“Born Beautiful” song written for bubu skincare

A-MNEMONIC have been commissioned to write the song “Born Beautiful” for the launch of new beauty brand ‘bubu skincare.’

Marianne Morrison – founder of bubu, identified their target market was similar to ITV’s Love Island, typically young women between the ages of 18-30. With that in mind she sought out help from the writers of the Love Island theme, A-MNEMONIC, to write a ‘brand song’ for bubu’s product launch.