Gregory Reveret, a talented composer hailing from the vibrant creative scene of Los Angeles with South African roots, has earned recognition on distinguished platforms, including BBC Radio 1, Rinse FM, KCRW, and the respected Solid Steel Radio, affiliated with Ninja Tune. Reveret’s compositions have also found a home on prestigious labels such as Ministry Of Sound and mau5trap.
Notably, Reveret lent his musical prowess to the captivating world of the “Resident Evil” video game franchise, now brilliantly adapted for Netflix. The score he crafted is a captivating blend of grand orchestral arrangements, the rhythmic allure of African percussion, and the nostalgic charm of vintage laboratory equipment from the 1960s.
In 2018, Reveret embarked on a memorable collaboration with the enigmatic deadmau5, resulting in the creation of “Where’s the Drop?” This remarkable album reimagined orchestral renditions of deadmau5’s iconic tracks, interwoven with Reveret’s original compositions. The album garnered critical acclaim and was followed by two sold-out concerts, along with a remix album that earned a Grammy nomination.
In addition to his artistic achievements, Reveret’s compositions have left their mark on Hollywood’s silver screen, enhancing the sonic landscapes of blockbusters like “Furious 7,” “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” and “Power Rangers,” showcasing his undeniable talent in the realm of cinematic soundtracks.