Zero VU are a UK based scoring team who fuse contemporary ‘left-field’ digital sensibilities with a passion for organic ‘old school’ analogue technology. The key members of the team are songwriter/vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Mitch Taylor, composer/keyboard player Michael McEvoy and world class recording engineer and mixer Nick Taylor. Between them they have an extensive list of credits: As a mixer Nick has worked on over 100 film scores and many albums across various genres. His recent credits as a record engineer and mixer include Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ scored by Patrick Doyle, BBC series ‘Hold the Sunset’ by Theo Vidgen, The Stanley Tucci directed ‘Final Portrait’ by Evan Lurie and Gary Yershon’s Oscar-nominated score for Mike Leigh’s ‘Mr Turner’.
As a composer and musician Mike has scored by Entertainment One’s feature ‘Finding Your Feet’ – released February 2018, PBS International Documentary ‘Jazz Ambassadors’, ITV’s ‘Dark Angel’ and Richard Linklater’s ‘Me and Orson Welles’. Zero VU have recently composed the trailer music for the international feature ‘The Pass’ produced by Duncan Kenworthy and are have recently completed scoring BBC documentary, ‘Balls of Steel’, produced by Folk Films.