Introducing Abbey Road Masters

Abbey Road Masters is a unique label of cinematic music, producing soundtrack music for films that haven’t been made yet, all recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Working in collaboration with Universal Music’s Globe: Soundtrack & Score division, Abbey Road Masters is rooted in the traditions of the great library labels, but with a forward-thinking approach to A&R and production.

Previously only available to film & TV professionals, Abbey Road Masters is launching its catalogue worldwide on streaming services, starting with Live & Programmed and Contemporary Score, released this Friday 24 July.

 
Abbey Road Masters' output is driven by the studio spaces, with album concepts tailored to the unique sound of Studios One, Two and Three, as well as newer rooms like the Gatehouse and the Front Room.

Forging relationships with the likes of award-winning British film and television composers Michael Price (Sherlock, Dracula), Samuel Sim (The Dark Crystal, The Spanish Princess, Emma), Abbey Road Masters is also working alongside up and coming talent, like Jessica Dannheisser (The Queen and I, orchestration - Midsommar, Jackie), Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch (Rocks, Only You), Paul Saunderson (Three Identical Strangers, Trying) and Hugh Brunt (London Contemporary Orchestra, Thom Yorke, Jonny Greenwood).
 

Jessica Dannheisser
Samuel Sim
Micheal Price
 

Live & Programmed

Elegant neo-classical and shades of jazz re-spun with contemporary electronic production. Real musicians and studio recording adding depth and texture to some very classy writing. Programming and production from Mountain Range and Alyss. Musicians and orchestration from London Contemporary Orchestra. All brought together in Studio Three. Released on Friday 24 July. Take a listen.
 
 
 

Contemporary Score

London Contemporary Orchestra in Studio Two with award-winning British composers, alongside some exciting new discoveries. Released on Friday 24 July. Take a listen.
 
 
 

Learn more about Abbey Road Masters below