BROCKMIRE premieres April 5th on IFC

Posted on Apr 3, 2017
BROCKMIRE premieres April 5th on IFC

I wrote music for the new series BROCKMIRE, premiering this Wednesday, April 5th on IFC at 10pm, just in time for the start of the baseball season. The series, from Funny or Die, stars Hank Azaria as a volatile washed-up baseball announcer who’s trying to revive his career on a small-town team run by a local bar owner played by […]

“The most underrated part of YOU’RE THE WORST is the music.”

Posted on Nov 18, 2016
“The most underrated part of YOU’RE THE WORST is the music.”

I had a great time talking to The Huffington Post about writing the music to You’re the Worst. We spoke about the scoring process for the show, and also what it’s like working together with show creator Stephen Falk on the many songs throughout each season, including “New Phone, Who Dis?” and “Something Like A Feeling (That Feels […]

Song from YOU’RE THE WORST sold to benefit Wounded Warrior Project

Posted on Oct 27, 2016
Song from YOU’RE THE WORST sold to benefit Wounded Warrior Project

“Something Like A Feeling (That Feels So Right),” the song from episode 305 (“Twenty-Two”) of You’re the Worst is being sold on iTunes as a benefit to the Wounded Warrior Project. The “yacht rock” style song, performed by Ambrosia singer Rick Cowling, was written and recorded by Adam Blau, with lyrics by You’re the Worst EP Stephen Falk. Throughout the episode, […]

More Praise for Season 2 of “You’re the Worst”

Posted on Oct 22, 2015
More Praise for Season 2 of “You’re the Worst”

Lots to say about this season of You’re the Worst — check out these columns from: LA Times E! Online Vox AV Club Catch up with season one on Hulu, and check out the new season Wednesday nights at 10:30pm on FXX!

You’re the Worst – Season 2

Posted on Sep 9, 2015
You’re the Worst – Season 2

Check out Season 2 of the critically-acclaimed comedy “You’re the Worst,” premiering Wednesday, September 9th at 10:30pm on FXX. We’ve got lots of music this season, plus a few musical surprises throughout. Hear what the critics have to say: Hollywood Reporter AV Club Vox Grantland Tune in and enjoy!

“You’re The Worst” premieres Thurs, 7/17 on FX

Posted on Jul 14, 2014
“You’re The Worst” premieres Thurs, 7/17 on FX

This Thursday night, July 17, You’re The Worst will premiere on FX at 10:30pm. I had the pleasure of writing music for the show. From FX: An original comedy from writer and executive producer Stephen Falk, You’re The Worst puts a dark twist on the romantic comedy genre. Narcissistic, brash, and self-destructive “Jimmy Shive-Overly,” played by Chris […]

Billy Eichner as Taylor Swift: GLITTER AND RIBS

Posted on Jul 10, 2013
Billy Eichner as Taylor Swift: GLITTER AND RIBS

Check out comedian Billy Eichner basically embodying Taylor Swift in GLITTER AND RIBS, his new video for Funny or Die. I had the pleasure of cowriting, arranging, and recording the music with Billy. The song has been getting some great coverage in EW, Huffington Post, and Grantland, among others. It was a tremendous amount of […]

Music for 2013 Los Angeles Mayoral Inauguration

Posted on Jun 29, 2013
Music for 2013 Los Angeles Mayoral Inauguration

I am honored and delighted to have created a string arrangement for singer Ariana Delawari’s song “We Came Home,” which will be performed live at the 2013 Los Angeles Mayoral Inauguration for Eric Garcetti. Ariana’s song is a haunting and thought-provoking contemplation on our past, present and future — the Garcetti campaign has embraced the […]

Out Couple!

Posted on Jun 25, 2013
Out Couple!

Here is this silliness: “Two and a Half Men” misinterpreted for Japanese television. (Yes, it is fake.) Music by me, video by Daniel J. Rogge and Eric Rogge. Read more about it here, and buy the single here.

FUZZ TRACK CITY Picks Up Another “Best Soundtrack” Award at BIFF

Posted on Feb 19, 2013
FUZZ TRACK CITY Picks Up Another “Best Soundtrack” Award at BIFF

Last week in Beloit, WI, Fuzz Track City earned another music award at the Beloit International Film Festival. The neo-noir detective comedy includes a retro soundtrack that includes a 70s-influenced score that was a delight to work on. Thanks to everyone at the Beloit Festival for bringing the film to a wider audience, and for […]