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Kubilay Uner

Kubilay Uner

Kubilay Üner makes adventurous, eclectic, colorful music for media ranging from film and television to concerts and records.

He blends acoustic, synthetic and found sounds, builds his own instruments, bends tempos, layers noise, mixes metaphors, and is generally convinced that good music only happens when you mix things up.

Credits include numerous narrative features and documentaries, including the Lionsgate Western "Gone Are the Days" starring Lance Henriksen, Tom Berenger and Danny Trejo, as well as "Big Sur" starring Jean-Marc Barr, Josh Lucas, Kate Bosworth and Stana Katic, based on Jack Kerouac's novel; plus record productions for soul legend Bobby Womack; "Corkscrew Hill", a theme park ride at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, VA; and music for video art installations at the LA County Museum of Art and the Pasadena Museum of California Art.

Kubi's current home base is Chicago, where he also serves as the Director of the Music Composition for the Screen MFA program at Columbia College Chicago - although he does find himself in Los Angeles several times throughout the year.