Label : Eric Scott | Artist - Composer - Producer
Eric Scott is the label boss, musical director, composer, songwriter and producer of the works on the Day For Night label. This portfolio collects full details on all the releases since 1991, from Day 001 - Day 100.
Day For Night originally formed in 1991 as a boutique music label and imprint, releasing original works and related projects from composer/producer Eric Scott. Original commissions. All downloads available through the shop. Most tracks available for commercial license.
Eric Scott is a composer/producer, artist, writer, DJ and sound designer, as well as the artistic and musical director of Day For Night, the boutique music label he founded in 1991.
Coming from a background in the advertising production industry where he established himself as a recording engineer and sound designer, Eric created Day For Night in 1991 as a boutique independent music label with an original catalogue of electronic, abstract, pop and avant-garde-jazz-classical music releases of his own. Solo recordings (under an absurdistly lengthy variety of pseudonyms, based more upon genre than personnel) include 3 Mains (1991), The Performing Man (1993), Paris – A Musical Overpass (1995), Found1 – A Stone (2006), The Inner Cinema (2007) and Junction – Another Train Leaving (2007).
Eric has also worked under the names Rhythm Factory, Bluebottles, Found, Mr. No-Logo, Künstfabriken, King FM and as one-half of the duo Salvador Dalek, all released on auteur label Day For Night. In 2011 alone, Eric has remixed a broad variety of artists in diverse styles, from Euro-Israeli pop chanteuse Keren Ann, John Foxx, David Lynch, Martin Solveig and musique concrète composer Luc Ferrari.
Internally, we have derived three general classifications of the original works we release on a curatorial basis, and in the electronica genre:
1) Electronica / Avant-Rock
Instrumental, experimental, leftfield and ambient work.
2) New Music / Modern Composition
Avant-garde, jazz-classical and modern composition for keyboards and/or ensemble players.
3) Songs and archival works
Indie pop and post-80s
Unfortunately we cannot accept unsolicited material from third parties. Please don’t send us any demos or similar offerings, thanks.