Ealan Osborne is a versatile composer based in Northern California.
He obtained a degree in audio engineering in 2010, and what makes Ealan unique is his ability to write all his music by ear. Because of this, he has a knack for emulating a wide array of genres including jazz, electronica, hip hop, rock, metal, choral, classical and even sweeping orchestral film scores. His personal style is a seamless blend of orchestral arrangements, experimental electronica, and hip hop beats. Among his influences, he lists James Horner, Thomas Newman, Tycho, Bjork, Boards of Canada and Kanye West.
He has written music for the feature-length film Feast of the Body, jingles in the Stuff You Should Know podcast and The Geekshow Podcast, and multiple short films.
Tags: Orchestral, Contemporary, Experimental
Links: Website, iTunes, Bandcamp