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Hills on the south bank of Loch Ness, Scotland - photo copyright DTF



Daniel Thomas Freeman is an artist working mainly in music and film.

His debut album "The Beauty Of Doubting Yourself" (Home Normal) led to scoring the award-winning, brutal and beautiful Film4 / BFI / STUDIOCANAL feature "Catch Me Daddy" with Matthew Watson and being included in Indiewire's 2015 list of '15 Composers To Watch' .

Daniel was a member of Rameses III, the South London ambient / experimental / drone / folk group who had countless releases over their ten years on labels such as Type and Important Records and who played live supporting such genre luminaries as Stars Of The Lid, Current 93, Murcof, Fursaxa, James Blackshaw, These New Puritans and Astral Social Club.

Other soundtrack work includes music for the short film "Suityman", the National Film Board of Canada / Alexi Hobbs' interactive short "The Last Hunt" which won a 2014 Webby Award and additional music and sound design for the performance theatre piece "The Lie Box".

His next album, "The Infinite and the Unknowable", was released on 22nd July 2016 accompanied by his debut collection of photography and poetry.


Indiewire's 2015 list of '15 Composers To Watch'
"Catch Me Daddy" selected for Cannes Directors' Fortnight 2014
"The Beauty Of Doubting Yourself" review
"Honey Rose" EP review (the "Suityman" OST)
NFB The Last Hunt
Webby Award for The Last Hunt


Selected reviews and interviews are available below.


"a dischordant, eerie nightmare that seeps into your skin and lingers there for weeks"
Indiewire's 2015 list of '15 Composers To Watch' review
"The ominous ambient score ... feeds into this slow crescendo of rumbling unease"
The Hollywood Reporter review
"4/5 .... a rich murk of tender drones ... remeniscent of Sigur Rós"
Record Collector magazine review
"5/5 ... one of the very best records this year is likely to produce"
The Milk Factory review
"we clearly have another contender for album of the year"
Future Sequence review
"5/5 ... a profoundly moving piece of music on many levels ... highly recommended"
Norman Records review
"stringed coils gleam and glitter as they rise high into azure skies"
Fluid Radio review

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