Owen’s career in music began early, with two successful solo album releases by age 11. He is a UCD graduate, where he studied orchestration and musicology, obtaining two third level degrees from including a B.Mus. Following his graduation, Owen went on to sign a record deal with Sony BMG and a joint publishing deal with EMI publishing, with music featuring on the 'Sex and the City`` Soundtrack. Since then Owen has composed and produced music for advertisements, TV and film with a client list including BBC, Arás an Uachtarain, EMI, RTÉ and Sony BMG. Owen composes, produces and performs in a wide variety of styles. If you were to dig through his music collection you’d be likely to find everything from Puccini & Irish traditional music to Robert Johnson & Curtis Mayfield.
Jon Jon began began to write and produce music over twelve years ago while obtaining a degree in Audio Technology and Acoustics at Salford University, Manchester. He holds a Diploma in “Music for the Media” and before working at RMR, he worked in radio production for Spin 1038 and 98FM where he created station imaging and client advertisements to brief, before moving on to produce The Morning Crew with Aidan Power and Claire Solan. Jon Jon's main area of interest is in electronic music and references Aphex Twin, Dj Shadow and Amon Tobin as some of his main influences.
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Kevin Whyms began his musical studies at an early age with the Artane Band in Dublin. In 2000, he moved to Australia and studied Jazz Fusion in the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney. It was here he developed a keen interest in orchestral composition. Kevin now enjoys a growing reputation as a TV, Film & Games composer having recently won ‘best original score’ at the 2015 Kerry film festival for ‘the Gravediggers Tour’ recorded with the RTE Concert Orchestra. Kevin has also scored music for the award winning X-box and Playstation game “Pure”, “Behind the Sword in The Stone: The Making of Excalibur” starring Liam Neeson, Helen Mirren and Gabriel Byrne as well as providing music for RTE broadcasts of The World Cup 2010, The Champions League, Guinness GAA All-Ireland Championship, The Week in Politics and Love/Hate.