- "Glorious Mustache Challenge"
Check out the “Glorious Mustache Challenge”. What happens when
a group of twenty somethings are challenged to first grow and
then sport a stash for a whole month? Check out the social, political
and economic ramifications here.
http://gloriusmustache.com/ This project involved composition,
music supervision, and mixing.
- in Pencil gig
Update: Come see Dan Pritikin's band, "in
Pencil" Wednesday, January 18th
at the Lion's Den. The show starts at 8pm. Come out and rock with
all your WarpWhistle buddies!!
- "Children in Chains"
own Hannah Fairlight a composed a track for Media For Humanity’s
“Children in Chains” An organization dealing with the ever growning
problem of human trafficking. Check out their site here:
- in Pencil
If live music is your thing check out Dan Pritikin’s (Warpwhistle
co-founder) band, “In Pencil.” With recent gigs at Arlene’s Grocery,
Kenny’s Castaway’s and Williamsburg’s Trash Bar, the band has
been stamping their independent musical voice all over the scene.
Check them out at http://www.inpencilmusic.com/
for upcoming shows and worship..
- "Rights on the Line"
out “Rights on the Line” Vigilantes at the Border” a film produced
by the Human Rights watch group Witness. The film deals with the
militarization of the USA/Mexican border and the vigilante groups
who have taken to patrolling said borders unwatched. We mixed
the film and worked on sound design too. Check out their website
and welcome to our new virtual home. Chances are you're here for
a reason (unless you've stumbled in by accident). Either way,
greetings one and all.
Please take a look around. There's plenty to see and hear. And if you can't find what you want, just ask.
To introduce ourselves, we're WarpWhistle Music, a consortium of musicians, composers, recording engineers and audio muses. Our services extend to music and sound design, with a focus on advertising and the moving picture.
Over the years, we've worked with DAVID BOWIE, THE BREEDERS, PHILLIP GLASS, not to mention budding Indie Rockers in their dank New Jersey basements. (Music knows know bounds.)
Right now we're standing by for your next music project. Or we may be sitting. But be assured, we're ready and raring to go.
Because we believe making music is the second most fun thing to do on this planet. What's more, we'd love to show you how easy it is to get music done just the way you had in mind – without the hassles, drama or extravagant expense.
If all this sounds good to you, then give us a call. We promise you won't regret it.
Dan • Dante • John