Starkey Releases Original Score For 2016 Play “Spinning Tales” on NOREMIXES

After three years cultivating the sound of NOREMIXES, label boss Starkey delivers his first NOREMIXES release – Spinning Tales (Original Soundtrack). In late summer 2016, Starkey was approached by playwright James Guckin and accomplished theatrical director, Peggy Mecham, to score their original play, Spinning Tales. Directed by Mecham, a Performance Studies PhD recipient from New York University and director of …

‘Ecliptic’ Video

Media licensing company, Pond 5, premiered the video for Starkey’s Ecliptic from last year’s album “Charting Stardust (Original Soundtrack)”. The film was directed by Jon Conklin and shot in New York City. Both Starkey and Jon sat down with Pond 5 to discuss the project, which you can read here. There’s also an interesting behind-the-scenes video accompanying the premiere. Check …

The Future is Strange Vol III Mix

Starkey’s first downloadable DJ mix of 2017 is available today! The Future is Strange Vol: III for Future Strange, showcases Starkey’s diverse take on the current state of club music and is a sampling of his recent DJ sets. Check it out by clicking the image, or the embedded soundcloud player below. #streetbass

Starkey Auctions a Music Production Session for Grammy MusiCares Giving Tuesday

Starkey is auctioning a production session in Philadelphia as part of Grammy MusiCares’ Giving Tuesday. MusiCares provides a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. MusiCares’ services and resources cover a wide range of financial, medical and personal emergencies, and each case is treated with integrity and confidentiality. MusiCares also focuses the resources and attention …

Starkey Composes Music For ‘Spinning Tales’ Theater Production

Starkey composed original music for the Community College of Philadelphia Theater Program’s original production, Spinning Tales, which opens tonight, Monday, November 14th. There are performances throughout the week. All performances take place in the college’s Bonnell Building (17th Street, south of Spring Garden Street) in the BG-21 Performance Theater. It’s free and open to the public.