Aisling Brouwer is a Dutch/Irish film composer, producer & artist based in Berlin, where she is a resident composer at Riverside Studios.
She recently scored Sky Original Super Greed: The Fight For Football by Carl Hindmarch, as well as writing the music for the Amazon Original LIONESS (directed by Helena Coan) about World Boxing Champion Nicola Adams. In 2019 Rubika Shah’s White Riot screened in cinemas around the world after winning – amongst others – the BFI Grierson Award in 2019 and a Special Mention Award at Berlinale International Film Festival. Aisling’s scores have received attention from renowned film critic Mark Kermode as well as artist & radio presenter Tom Robinson.
Aisling’s artist project, alongside Anna Phoebe – AVAWAVES – is signed to One Little Independent Records (home to Bjork, Ásgeir, Poppy Ackroyd). In 2021 they scored the ocean adventure feature Savage Waters directed by Mikey Corker and produced by Ghislaine Couvillat, which received its World Premiere at Doclands Film Festival in California in 2022, and won Best Feature Doc at the Wales International Film Festival.
AVAWAVES released their second album Chrysalis on October 8th 2021, following their debut Waves which was released in 2019 and championed by Mary Anne Hobbs, BBC 6 Music and Scala Radio. The duo performed live at the Royal Albert Hall on October 29th and November 6th 2021 as part of Journeys Festival curated by Nitin Sawhney celebrating 150 years of immigration for the hall’s 150th birthday and participated in an accompanying performance film for The Financial Times.
Having lived and worked in Amsterdam, Los Angeles, London and Berlin, Aisling’s credits include scores for Amazon, BBC, Discovery Channel, Channel 4 as well as campaigns for the United Nations, Dior & an AVAWAVES commission for Zegna feat. two-time Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali.