Composer, Damon Baxter aka Deadly Avenger, first burst onto the dance music scene back in the early noughties. Supported by the likes of Fatboy Slim, Propellerheads and Jon Carter, Damon was heralded as the pioneer of the ‘Big Beat’ sound. Touring the world and setting dancefloors alight, he eventually settled nicely into a residency at FABRIC alongside UNKLE and The Wiseguys, this lead to two of the genres biggest records, ‘Evil Knievel’ and ‘King Tito’s Gloves’. But it wasn’t until the first remixes were commissioned that the true sound of Deadly Avenger would emerge. A sound that the indie glitterati embraced, bands such as Travis, Manic Street Preachers, Elbow and the Charlatans were all seduced by the emotional stings blended with dirty beats and enigmatic arrangements. A sound that developed fully with the re-imagining of Bill Conti’s ‘Going the Distance’ in the form of We Took Pelham’ it was this piece that opened the doors into the world of music to picture.

By blending bespoke organic sound design with contemporary electronics, the Deadly Avenger sound has been used on a variety of advertising campaigns. His clients include some of the most well-known and respected brands in the world, such as Porsche, Audi and BMW. And in the world of motion picture advertising, his music has been used on some of cinemas largest trailer campaigns, from The Fast and the Furious franchise to Transformers, from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to Star Wars, Deadly Avenger music can be heard scattered across the Galaxy!