Composers Kenny Wood and Igor Nemirovsky Score Grab Games' New Title "Amoeba Battle"
By: Impact24 PR
When discussing his work on the game Wood says, "Amoeba Battle was an absolute thrill to be a part of. It's as fun to play as it was to work on. Best of all, Keith Co's untamed imagination enabled us to be as imaginative as we wanted and I believe it shows in the music and sound. I couldn't be more fortunate than to work with Grab Games." Nemirovsky goes on to add, "It was a lot of fun working on the score to Amoeba Battle. It was a project for which I was given practically unfettered freedom in creating soundscapes for the different worlds inhabited by the player. And the team was amazing; the folks at Grab Games are an awesome bunch, and have poured their hearts and imaginations into making an RTS that at once captivates and draws you in."
ABOUT KENNY WOOD
Kenny Wood has been delighting audiences with his unique and thoughtful approach to music. He has made a reputation for himself through his deep commitment to his craft and clients, a strong musicology background, and a thorough knowledge of the latest music technology. As a composer for film and games since 2000 and native of Los Angeles, he has the experience and the professional moxy to stand proudly amongst Hollywood's most elite composers.
Kenny's music has earned a number of awards and accolades and has been heard in mega blockbusters including two of the top five highest grossing films in 2017, "The Fate of the Furious" and "Despicable Me 3" and the 2009 Oscar Nominated short, "Oktapodi."
ABOUT IGOR NEMIROVSKY
Igor Nemirovsky's music has appeared in nine feature films, over a dozen published video games, over fifty short films, and a number of commercial advertisements, several of which have gone on to receive industry accolades and recognition. In addition he has worked as orchestrator and arranger on a variety of television, film, and video game productions.
Initially self-taught, Igor received classical training in composition from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and the University of Southern California. His style has been described by audiences as "inventive,"