"Welcome to SUPERPHONIX
...and our world of Acoustic Covers!"
Here at Superphonix - that's music producers Barnaby Pinny and James Reader - we've been producing commercial music in the 'acoustic covers' space since 2019. We arrange and record understated 'acoustic' cover versions of pop music hits - both recent and nostalgic.
Enjoying collaborations with four Spotify artists - Hannah's Yard, Grace George, Plamina and (most recently) Laurence O'Brien - we're thrilled to have seen their online artist profiles grow to over 1M Spotify 'monthly listeners' collectively. We're now responsible for in excess of 75M music streams worldwide on the Spotify platform alone and anticipate over 30M more in the coming year.
SYNC OUR MUSIC
All of our song recordings (with their respective 'instrumental' version) are available for synchronisation in advertising, TV and film media. Assuming clearance from the respective song publisher is granted, an immediate decision regards a prospective sync licence for the master recording can be given.
Recent placements include ‘I Want To Know What Love Is’ (Hannah's Yard), ‘Sugar’ (Hannah's Yard) and ‘You Give Me Something’ (Hannah's Yard) in the Summer 2023 series of Love Island USA (Peacock, USA) and ‘Truly Madly Deeply’ (Plamina) and ‘Make You Feel My Love’ (Laurence O'Brien) in the final of the Summer 2023 season of Love Island UK (ITV2, UK).
Numerous recordings have previously been featured in both the Winter 2023 and Summer 2022 seasons of the UK series. Our acoustic covers have gone on to enter the top 100 of both the iTunes Chart and Shazam Chart ('Truly Madly Deeply' recently hitting #33 in the global Shazam Chart) and be placed on over 10,000 Spotify playlists including Spotify's official 'Love Island' and ‘Love Island USA’ playlists.
Take That's 'Back For Good' (Hannah's Yard) has featured in Hollyoaks (Channel 4, UK) and 'Feels Like Home' (Hannah's Yard), 'Love Story' (Grace George), 'With Or Without You' (Grace George), 'Believe' (Grace George) and 'Heaven' (Grace George) have all been used in numerous Instagram posts by UK personality Stacey Solomon.