Scorebird represents a boutique collection of composers, artists, labels and publishers from around the world, at the forefront of innovation and creativity in modern composition and instrumental music. The goal is to provide stand out musical pieces from authentic artists with unique voices, whilst ensuring they are also easy to license and customizable. We are drawn to projects and campaigns with an artistic leaning and we strive to work with clients that are constantly trying to push past the status quo.

Scorebird’s music has been used in two Super Bowl spots and garnered a Clio music nomination for the trailer for Tim Burton’s ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’. Some of the projects and campaigns our music has been featured in include; Succession, 1917, Antlers, The Souvenir, Xbox Project Scarlett, Mary Queen of Scots, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Lenovo: Rise of Smarter, Hereditary, All The Money in the World, Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies, Westworld, Downsizing, Fahrenheit 11/9, Flatliners, Angie Tribeca, Mother!, Apple Iphone Trade In, The Beguiled, Shades of Blue, Allied, Sully, John Wick 2, Dead Souls III, Loving, Indignation, Alice Through the Looking Glass, The Witch, X-Men, Spotlight, The Walk, The Good Dinosaur, Seventh Son, Heart of the Sea, Nightcrawler and Sin City.

About The Owner & Founder:

Natalie Baartz

Music in Media, industry veteran of close to twenty years. Composer fanatic, creating ‘Score Mixtapes’ since the age of ten. After completing a BA In Film & Media, with a dissertation on ‘The Importance of the Hollywood Score’, Baartz adventured across the globe from her British homeland  to Los Angeles, where she started her career as Music Coordinator at Mothlight Music under Music Supervisor, John Bissell. Since then, she has gone on to hold positions as Music Supervisor at the Ant Farm, Music Director at Ignition Creative and Vice President of Film,TV & Creative at BMI. Throughout Baartz’s career she has made it her mission to support composers and elevate the importance of innovation and creativity in music for media. She has always believed in the notion that it is better to experiment and fail than to play it safe and become redundant.