Ben Fowler is a UK-based producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist with a passionate interest in electronic music.
After obtaining a first-class bachelor’s degree in Creative Music Technology and a distinction at master’s level, Ben immediately began writing music for clients including Sony, Red Bull, Capital One, Terra Mater Factual Studios and a number of independent film studios. He was commissioned as one of the first composers to contribute a vast selection of bespoke tracks for use within the Sounds of Red Bull (S.o.R.B.) library.
Ben has recently composed a genre-defying score for the feature film ‘MindGamers’ starring Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) and Tom Payne (Walking Dead), due for release in March 2017. He has created an eclectic array of tracks including high-energy glitch-based electronic beats, ominous Gregorian chants and grand orchestral pieces.
His side projects include the alias 'Fluence' due to release an EP in late 2017 comprising of emotive, intimate electronic pieces focusing on downtempo beats and haunting chords. His beautiful remix of ‘Worries’ by Submotion Orchestra has been selected by the band to appear on their next release.
With an insatiable desire to compose and an ever present passion for innovation and sonic experimentation, Ben seeks to constantly progress and evolve. His ability to understand the desire of the consumer makes his pieces for film and media stand out and his aptitude to continually produce awe-inspiring and emotive music makes him a producer to look out for.
A selection of Ben's music on Soundcloud. Showcasing a wide variety of original tracks as well as remixes with styles ranging from EDM, Electronica, Ambient and Cinematic.
Tracks from Ben's side-project Fluence. using a combination of electronic sounds, field-recordings and instrumental recordings to create intimate, dynamic and emotive music.
The tracks Ben composed for Sounds of Red Bull. More info about this project can be found here.
Ben's innovative cover of Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It Through The Grapevine". Collaborating with The Wanton Bishops, Ben created this dark and gritty re-imagining of a classic for the MindGamers score.