Composer Spotlight: Uèle Lamore
“Music that creates fear, brings you to other places or times, sounds that paint the imaginary and the supernatural, portray legends and monsters: all the qualities that make film music so special in my opinion.”
We’re thrilled to welcome Uèle Lamore as this month’s featured guest in our Composer Spotlight series!
Uèle Lamore is a Franco-American composer, arranger, guitarist and conductor who has explored music’s infinite possibilities. Her signature sound includes mixing the orchestral and acoustic textures with modular, electronic and synthetic elements.
As an arranger and orchestrator, Uèle Lamore has collaborated with a diverse range of artists, including Alfa Mist, Max Cooper, Etienne Daho, and Moor Mother.
Additionally, Lamore has worked since 2019 as an associate conductor, orchestrator, and arranger for the London Contemporary Orchestra (LCO), and has contributed special orchestral projects to festivals, among them Printemps de Bourges Festival and Variations on France.tv. Most recently, Lamore released an original score for Shudder & AMC+’s holiday thriller The Apology and has previously composed scores for Helena Coan’s 2002 short horror film Blood Rites and Aïssa Maïga’s 2021 documentary Above Water (Marcher sur l’Eau), alongside her debut solo album Loom, released by XXIM records in 2022.
For her Composer Spotlight playlist, Lamore has curated a selection of works from some of her favorite composers and cinematographic genres: fantasy, horror, sci-fi, anime and art house. Take a listen below!