Trailerizer Vol. 1 is here!
We present you with our latest album featuring Score Revolution cues TRAILERIZED by Damir Price at ace music house redCola (Gone Girl, Deliver Us From Evil, Noah, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Maleficent and hundreds more…)!
We know that film music has many of the great elements you’re looking for and the kind of composition you can’t find anywhere else, but sometimes it may need that extra something to put it over the top, perfect for your trailer.
We’ve taken some of our juiciest tracksand let redCola go a little wild on them. We’re putting these monstrous combined tracks into one fearless collection! It’s film music the way you’ve always needed it!
Hear anything you like? Let us know: email@example.com.
redCola got its start in a tiny little space right on Hollywood Boulevard in 2002, next door to Tool, David Fincher, Native Instruments, some serious Armenian Mafia and awesome Thai food. Jonathan Paul and Damir Price were seriously smitten with electronic music, all kinds of it. Jonathan brought in street cred, serious drumming and DJing skills and buckets of creative juices, Damir his music degrees, piano chops and survival skills from Yugoslav Special Forces. They wrote songs, produced tracks and released albums and scored commercials. Some time into it a friend asked for help on a trailer he was music supervising for Twentieth Century Fox and they found themselves in this world where experimentation and aural debauchery were sought after, encouraged and valued. Tending to requests of some of the coolest (and most demanding) trailer editors in town, Damir and Jonathan ended up producing cinematic soundscapes using field recordings and some serious sound smithery and juju, slapped them on a CD and sent to a few of their colleagues. Soon they were getting calls from their co-workes asking for their own copies, and then the promo departments from the studios started calling: Sony, Universal, Fox, Warner Bros., even Disney. redCola has licensed for hundreds of trailers over the years, as well as trailers for video-games, TV promos and TV shows.
Recent campaigns to which redCola has contributed include Gone Girl, Deliver Us From Evil, Noah, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Guardians of the Galaxy, Maleficent, etc. While continuing to write and produce new redCola material, Damir and Jonathan have recently started releasing works of talented composers they’ve encountered and collaborated with over time. We’re at various stages in scoring several films.
About Damir Price
The powerful and challenging, yet rewarding, process of marrying moving images and music is what attracts Damir to writing for film. The amplification of motion and emotion. The subtext.
Damir started playing piano at age six and started composing relatively shortly after. Studies of classical masters in Europe during early years developed into interest and exploration of both modern electronic music and scoring for film. At Berklee College of Music in Boston he earned degrees in both fields with honors. The hands-on, real-life education continued in Hollywood, in various fields, from co-writing and performing with Warner Brothers recording artist Jude, a stint at Jive Records and work with A-list film composers Marco Beltrami, Trevor Jones and others.
A chance collaboration with Jonathan Paul of Terminal 3 in 2001 with time led to establishment of redCola Music and creation of music for numerous commercials for Nike, McDonald’s, Infiniti, LandRover; musical contributions to TV shows Minute To Win It, Lawman, The Shield and Nip/Tuck, The Real World and Road Rules and contributions to trailers for video games Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, Transformers 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Recently Damir has been creating and licensing sound design and music tracks for motion pictures trailer campaigns. His unique blend of mangled and manipulated organic found sounds fortified with orchestral and electronic palette most recently contributed to trailers for Gone Girl and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug for Warner Bros., Avengers: Age of Ultron and Guardians of the Galaxy for Disney, Flight and Transformers 4 for Paramount and 300: Rise of an Empire and The Maze Runner for Fox, and many others. Most recent movie contributions include a film inspired by Boston Bombing, a five part mini-series Colours of the Deserts for Arte in Germany and Stripped: Las Vegas for Showtime.
Damir works and resides in Santa Monica with his family.