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Liverpool born John Murphy began scoring movies at the age of 25. In 2000, following the success of Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, he moved to Los Angeles.
Since then the self-taught musician has worked with some of the industry's most
respected and luminary ﬁlmmakers, including Danny Boyle, Guy Ritchie, Stephen
Frears, Matthew Vaughn and Michael Mann, producing ﬁlm scores as prominent and
diverse as Kick-Ass, Sunshine, Miami Vice, Snatch and the seminal 28 Days Later.
After Kick-Ass Murphy set up the record label Taped Noise and began work on several
non-movie projects. The ﬁrst of these, ʻanonymous rejected ﬁlmscoreʼ, will be released
early in 2014.
Murphyʼs music has been featured in commercials for Nike, Louis Vuitton, Audi,
Samsung, Dior, Google and Apple.
THE VALLEY (KOSOVO) - Dan Reed
LOCK STOCK AND TWO SMOKIN' BARRELS - Guy Ritchie
CHAIN OF FOOLS - Traktor
LIAM - Stephen Frears
SHOOTERS - Dan Reed
SNATCH - Guy Ritchie
STRUMPET - Danny Boyle
VACUUMING COMPLETELY NUDE IN PARADISE - Danny Boyle
CITY BY THE SEA - Michael Caton-Jones
28 DAYS LATER - Danny Boyle
INTERMISSION - John Crowley
MILLIONS - Danny Boyle
BASIC INSTINCT 2 - Michael Caton-Jones
MIAMI VICE - Michael Mann
28 WEEKS LATER - Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
SUNSHINE - Danny Boyle
THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT - Dennis Illiadis
ARMORED - Nimrod Antal
KICK ASS - Matthew Vaugn