Ultraphonic : created from sound

The real sonic alternative, drawn from the electronic underworld, shaped and presented by genuine electronic music originators; providing a unique source of music within a highly focused bandwidth; the creativity and quality of today’s leading boutique record labels, in production ready format; setting trends rather than following them.

Founded and run by Ed Ashcroft and Paul Vials, co-owners of commercial publishing group District 6, the Ultraphonic roster was initially headed up by composer Tom McCarthy whose sonic mutations have shaped ads and promotions for many including Levis, Volkswagen, Orange, Pepsi and the award winning Blackcurrant Tango ad.

The label has gathered an impressive roster of composers from both the commercial and production music worlds, including critically acclaimed artist Elizabeth Bernholz (the commercial artist known as Gazelle Twin), score composer Pascal Bideau (Class of 92), Matt Hill and David Monet & Jocelyn Soler of French electro duo The Name (creator of all the music for the cult french TV show, Bref).

Our cutting edge sound design has been featured on TV and Film from all over the world on projects as diverse as (multiple) Scandi noir series to NBC’s Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce, Vice on HBO to the BBC’s explosive thriller, The Night Manager.

With exciting upcoming projects due from Delia Gonzalez (DFA Records), Kid Loco, Jim Muir (DNB innovator and Goldie’s in-house engineer commercially known as DJ Heist) and a second album from Elizabeth Bernholz, Ultraphonic continues to blaze a trail in the ever evolving world of production music.


Ultra :
(ul′trə) adj. going beyond the usual limit
Phonic :
(fŏn’ĭk) adj. Of, relating to, or having the nature of sound
Ultraphonic :
(ul′trə fŏn’ĭk) adj. Created from sound