The reviews for Finding Time don’t seem to be slowing down! Unrecorded.mu gave Finding Time a 75/100, saying:
“Finding Time is rich to a learned ear, it’s not limited by its references. The album is very much its own kind of creature, a subtle and affecting series of tracks that are composed in such a way that make them live under your skin without you realising.” Read the full review here.
Mentioned Reviews on ‘Finding Time’
Mentioned Reviews had a lot to say about ‘Finding Time’
“It’s a tough album to decipher, and one that can leave many interpretations, but it’s very well-orchestrated and definitely a late night headphones album that you can easily get lost in.” Read the rest of the review here.
IndieLondon reviews Finding Time
See what IndieLondon had to say about ‘Finding Time’
Finding Time, a consistently absorbing journey that is more than capable of crossing genres…” Read more here.
4* From The Irish Times
The Irish Times deem’s Andrew’s ‘Finding Time’ worthy of 4*
“Finding Time, however, sees Skeet drift beautifully into territory influenced (casually, subtly) by Michael Nyman and byweighty personal/emotional themes.” – Read the full review here.
Q&A with Classic FM
Classic FM hosted a web chat between fans and Andrew Skeet. You can read the Q&A piece here.
Watch: Setting Out Music Video
Andrew premièred his brand new music for Setting Out over on The Line of Best Fit. You can watch it here.
Finding Time: Out Now!
My debut solo album, Finding Time, is out now via Sony Classical.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E
We are currently recording the score for this new Guy Ritchie directed movie starring Henry Cavill as Napoleon Solo and Armie Hammer as Illya Kuryakin.
Set against the backdrop of the early 1960s, at the height of the Cold War, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. centers on agents Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin. The two team up on a joint mission to stop a mysterious international criminal organization, which is bent on destabilizing the fragile balance of power through the proliferation of nuclear weapons and technology.
EPSN Wimbledon 2014
I was asked by ESPN to work again with my old friends the London Philharmonic; to write and record a new orchestral version of Kings and Queens by 30 Seconds to Mars for their coverage of Wimbledon 2014. EPSN also filmed us at Henry Wood Hall recording and at Wimbledon itself on centre court and used this footage as part of the promo.