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Notefornote Music: "ENEMY WITHIN" music by Nainita Desai

Based on a true story, when a Japanese pilot crash-lands on the tiny remote Hawaiian island of Ni’ihau, he is met with courtesy and traditional Hawaiian hospitality from the locals – until they discover he was part of the recent attack on Pearl Harbor. []

Nainita Desai... Working at the forefront of a new wave of emerging artists, Nainita Desai is a BAFTA BREAKTHROUGH BRIT and has scored countless bespoke scores for film and TV for all the major broadcasters from the BBC to HBO and ITV and C4.

She is a Music+Sound Award 2016 winner for Best Feature Film Score, GOPO Romania Film Awards Nominee 2019 for Best Film Score, RTS West Award 2019 Nominee for BBC series Extraordinary Rituals and Asian Women of Achievement Nominee for Arts+Culture 2019

Nainita’s recent 2018/19 releases include Untamed Romania, the most successful non-fiction film this year in Romania that World Premiered at Transylvania Film Festival 2018, WW2 thriller Enemy Within, BFI psychological horror Darkness Visible (Dir: Neil Biswas, co-creator of Sky 1 Lucky Man), The Life After (BBC / Screen Ireland) World Premiere at Galway Intl Film Festival 2018, Anemone Dir: Amrou Al-Khadi |(Screen Intl Star 2018 | BBC Film / Film London)

Nainita obtained degrees in Math before attending the NFTS specializing in sound design. She was born and brought up in London to Indian parents and her eclectic musical upbringing as a child led her to studying the sitar, piano, guitar, tabla, singing and violin. Her passion for music technology led to her working as a freelance music engineer working with many top artistes and bands ranging from The Damned to Tori Amos. which led to work with Peter Gabriel during the legendary “Real World Recording Week” sessions, working with over 70 of the top World Music artistes including Papa Wemba, Billy Cobham, Daniel Lanois, Jane Sibbery, Nigel Kennedy, Sinead O’Connor, Ravi Shankar and Peter Gabriel. []

You can feel a sense of innocence in the  music, but then thrown into a strong powerful pull of emotion as the tracks move along. I not familiar with composer Nainita Desai work, but for sure after hearing this and reading her biography... you bet I am a fan.
Jeremy [Six Strings]

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