Ale Martí is a composer, producer and session player based in London.
With a unique voice as a composer and guitar-player, supported by an eclectic collection of stringed instruments, Ale creates music for film and television. Recent projects include the BBC's teen series "Almost Never," Guillermo del Toro's "Antlers," Ron Howard's "Genius" series, and the biopic Escobar, starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz. His distinctive soundtrack style features instruments such as guitarviol, prepared piano and Weissenborn, while his background as a sound engineer and pop-band frontman adds to his range and versatility in the studio.
Outside the film world, Ale's work includes personal projects -- such as his new album A Bunch of Songs -for film- -- as well as trailers, film library music and ads.
New record out now! “A bunch of Songs - for film -”
"It's about music written specifically for film but also that beautiful world of a song that moves seamlessly from incidental soundtrack back into song always keeping that "contemporary" sound, following the needs of the film it was created for.”