ROBERT M. THOMAS
Robert M. Thomas is a pioneering composer, performer, coder, designer, and thinker who has pushed music and sound forward over the past decades like few other artists of their generation.
Through innovative exploration of experimental instrumentation, elaborate production techniques and creating bespoke software / technology he regularly creates breakthrough concepts and modes of interaction. His work often treats music as a fluid medium which can intelligently adapt & personalise itself in real time to the listener’s situation.
His work has been performed at the Barbican and Walt Disney Concert Hall and exhibited at the Tate. His many collaborators include ambient pioneer Brian Eno, trip-hop innovators Massive Attack, film composer Hans Zimmer, singer-songwriter Imogen Heap, sound designer Ben Burtt, and the trailblazing London Contemporary Orchestra.
His commissions include Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Barbican, Tate St Ives, BBC, Sky, National Geographic, Google, Bose, London Design Biennale, COP26, and Boiler Room.
He has composed many pioneering functional adaptive music soundtracks including music for exercise, driving, meditation, sleep, emotions, work / focus, lunar cycles, traffic, weather, heart rate, internet data, and stress levels.