THE SIGHT OF SOUND
Quenched Music is a creative agency specialising in supporting new music. We provide the highest quality creative direction, artwork, design and photography for musicians and industry, plus reviews of all the best music in the UK and beyond, competitions and interviews to keep you up to date with the most innovative new music. We also provide original music compositions and cutting edge new tracks for visual and audio media
Pet sound of the monthEvery month we'll be awarding our Pet Sound of the month to one track sent in by you, chosen by our team. It doesn't matter who you are, where you're from or what type of music you're making, we want to hear it. Email your tracks to email@example.com by 30th November with your details to enter
Work with QuenchedWhether you're a musician, manager, label, production company or individual, Quenched Music offer the highest quality and totally unique range of music production, remixing, creative direction, editorial content, hand picked music for licensing and much more. Touch base via the contact form at the foot of the page and we'll say hello to get the ball rolling in a way that works for you.
What is Quenched Music?Quenched Music is a creative agency tailored specifically to take on music based projects and support new music. We provide creative direction, artwork and design for CD, Vinyl and other sleeves, photo shoots, posters and t-shirt designs. We also hand pick and compose the hottest new music for your visual and audio media projects. Quenched Music also discovers and covers the best new live and recorded music in our editorial section in order to stay ahead of the game.
The Quenched team work closely with all our clients, from Universal, Warner, WWE and Channel 4, to solo artists and bands, carrying out music production, creative direction, social media consultation, legal support and music licensing to the highest level.
Quenched's man for all things visual.
Ben Tallon | Creative Director
Quenched's music man and composer
Danni Skerritt | Head of music
Clive Hammond | Features Editor