Here & Now Recordings - Cinematic Sounds from the worlds finest composers and producers


Here & Now Recordings, Cinematic Sounds from the world's finest composers, producers and artists. Releasing positive, uplifting and timeless music, founded by curator, record store buyer and journalist John Cunningham.

Listen and download David Baron debut album 'Cycles'

David Baron

Woodstock composer, producer, arranger, performer, orchestrator and engineer David Baron has worked with Lenny Kravitz for 20 years. The Mercury Music Prize 2016 shortlisted album 'The Bride' by Bat For Lashes (running against David Bowie, Radiohead, Skepta and Anohni) he programmed, mixed, produced and played synths on. He mixed and mastered Worldwide Awards winner Melanie De Biasio's 'Blackened Cities', works extensively with The Lumineers and provided string arrangements for Shawn Mendes and ARP 2600 synth for Michael Jackson. David produced and co-wrote albums for Peter Murphy and fellow Woodstock artist Simone Felice. On Meghan Trainor's 'All About That Bass', one of the biggest selling singles ever, he played piano, organ and baritone sax. He's even collaborated with Roy Ayers on a rework of Smokey Robinson 'Quiet Storm' for the Motown Remix album !

In 2017 he scored a film for The Lumineers called 'The Ballad Of Cleopatra'. And is currently scoring Gregory Colbert's follow up to the award winning Ashes & Snow (edited by Oscar winning Pietro Scalia, soundtrack by Jóhann Jóhannsson). Both films are narrated by Laurence Fishburne.

David's sound is chilled out vintage synth electronica, contemporary classical, beautiful ambient and filmscore. 



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 Composer David Baron records at historic East Village, New York, venue Beethoven Hall. Beethoven Hall was an integral meeting place for Women’s Suffrage movement and most citywide strikes of the era. Many high profile union leaders and politicos made rousing speeches here: from Emma Goldman and Johan Most to William Randolph Hearst. Leon Trotsky gave addresses and years later when a tv studio Martin Scorsese filmed Raging Bull fights scene in Beethoven Hall.