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Preserving landscapes and human stories through sound:

in screen and concert


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Entropies are a cinematic musical project who document human stories through live sound and moving image. Featuring an array of instruments including vocals, keys, violin, cello, percussion and more, they describe their music as a fusion of genres, from ambient pop to neo-classical. Adapting songs they have composed for documentary films, Entropies combine these with new writing to create their pieces, culminating in a musical style which unites raw storytelling with enduring melodies.


Their music recently featured in the BBC Our World documentaries Harvesting Turkey’s Tea (2022) and Turkey’s Earthquake: Those Who Stayed (2024) by Sheida Kiran. Stylistic influences include Max Richter and Hania Rani, and traditional folk sounds.  Entropies gig regularly in London, often with Sofar Sounds, including a filmed gig at Madame Tussauds, Baker Street. Entropies’ single, ‘Blue Ghost’ (2021) was featured on BBC Music Introducing and Radio X’s ‘X-Posure’ show with John Kennedy. Further singles include ‘Murmurations’ (2022), and 'The Run' (2023).

Entropies are now recording their first EP, with the producer and sound engineer Ary Maudit, through the support of Help Musicians and the Bert Jansch Foundation. In 2024 they will be touring their first audio-visual live project in London and Cambridge.

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