Bio / Resumé
Malcolm Pardon and Fredrik Rinman are DeadMono. The pair are childhood friends and have worked together in different constellations for many years, as bandmembers, songwriters and producers. During the early 2000 ́s they were part of Murlyn Songs where they produced and wrote songs for artists like: Lisa Miskovsky, Eskobar, Kelly Clarkson, Infinite Mass, Stakka Bo and Joey Tempest to name a few.
The duo started composing for TV and commercials about a decade ago and now they have more than 100 productions under their belt with brands like H&M, Lexus and Jaegermeister. Recently they’ve been collaborating with composer Christophe Beck with whom they composed the score for the motion picture “Charlie Countryman”. Pardon & Rinman also made additional music for the Hollywood productions “Edge of Tomorrow”, “Runner Runner” and “Revenge of the Green Dragons”.
Pardon is also a member of the band Roll the Dice that has released three albums on the British label Leaf.
Roll the Dice has composed parts of the score and the end credit theme for Johan Renck ́s TV series ”The Last Panthers” which airs throughout Europe during november 2015.
2018 – Anon, Dir: Andrew Niccol
2014 – Revenge of the dragons (additional music), Dir: Wai-Keung Lau, Andrew Loo, Prod: 7th Floor
2014 – Edge of Tomorrow (additional music), Dir: Doug Liman, Prod: Warner Bros
2013 – Charlie Countryman, Dir: Fredrik Bond, MediaPro Pictures
2013 – Runner Runner (additional music), Dir: Brad Furman, Prod: Regency Enterprises
2015 – The Last Panthers, Dir: Johan Renck, Prod: Warp Films
2010 – House keeping, Dir: Johan Renck, Prod: 24seven Productions
GoAhead, H&M, Jaguar, Philips, BMW, Carlsberg, Lexus, Armani, Toyota, Ikea, Baccarat, Oriflame, Geox, Smart, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Statoil, Tele2, Klarna, Skoda, Camel, Coca Cola, Ramlösa, Aco
The Perlorian Brothers, Christian Larsson, Matej Samal, Calle Stoltz, Fredrik Bond, Charlotte Wales, Sebastian Reed, Andreas Sjödin, Stian Smestad, Simon Ladefoged, Tobias Granström, Amir Chamdin, Johan Renck, Brad Furman, Doug Liman, Wai-Keung Lau, Andrew Loo, Andrew Niccol