We love music, we are moved by music and we compose music for commercials, television, film, radio, gaming and B2B.

Music moves people, defines eras and personalities, sells products and fills the screen.

Our aim is to create musical content that combines great composition ideas with the highest production values. Music that is unique and that delivers exactly what the project requires.

  • Gas Music

    Music composition, sound design and commercial licensing from our world class GAS Station studios, located in the heart of MediaCityUK.

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  • GAS Records

    A fiercely independent label beating with the same blood that ran through Manchester’s Factory Records.

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  • GAS Engine

    We support our music composition with a pragmatic, practical understanding of video creation, editing, grading and project management.

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Why GAS?

  • Quality

    GAS want to be the industry’s most respected music composers, consistently producing innovative, beautifully crafted and intelligent work while maintaining our distinctive style. Something we will only do if we can consistently deliver and have you on board.

  • Value

    We support our music composition with a pragmatic, practical understanding of the video and editing process which means we can help streamline the supply chain, demo tweaking process – saving time and money and stress.

  • Trust

    We listen, we engage and we partner so as to ensure we are working together in a true partnership throughout the creative process.

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GAS™ Music Produce Soundtrack for What Car’s First Ever TVC

We’ve had the enormous privilege of producing What Car’s first ever TV Commercial! It’s a great ad made by WhoWotWhy and Dark Energy Films. The thirty second spot revisits the idea of ‘Warm Engineering’, which is basically a way of bridging the conceptual gap between engineering and humanity. Sean Thompson – the ad’s director – introduced this…

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GAS is music and sound design. We compose as consumers, as buyers and users and sometimes we use silence.