Anara Publishing Sign Tom James Parmiter

An Interview With... Tom James Parmiter
An Interview With... Tom James Parmiter

Anara Publishing are pleased to announce that ambient and experimental composer Tom James Parmiter has joined their roster. The deal sees music from his releases Imperfect Symmetry (2014), Laws of Motion (2015) and Travels (2018) as well as previously unreleased works represented for publishing and sync licensing worldwide.

Born in Kingston upon Thames in Surrey, Tom James Parmiter is a songwriter and composer specialising in Ambient, Neo Classical and Experimental soundscapes. He made his first forays into music as a drummer in a number of local rock bands before developing his own identity as a musician further and moving into solo composition. In recent years, this has evolved from electronic and synth keyboard playing to being based around the piano – an instrument that is now at the heart of his music.

Anara Publishing Director, Deborah Smith, said of the signing “With support from the likes of BBC 6Music, Tom is a great addition to Anara Publishing’s growing eclectic roster. His style of composition compliments current trends in sync and I’m looking forward to a long and fruitful partnership.”

Tom added “I’m very pleased to be joining Anara’s roster. I was quickly drawn to its diverse base of artists and felt that my music, which draws influences from all areas of world music, would find a perfect home with them. I’m looking forward to getting started and exploring musical opportunities together.”

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