A onetime member of New York indie pop/rock group the Dig, Emile Mosseri is also recognized for his eclectic film and television scores. Incorporating dramatic orchestral music, poignant keyboard compositions, or whimsical small-ensemble pieces depending on the project or scene, some of his credits include The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019) and the Amazon thriller series Homecoming (2020). His music for the 2020 film Minari resulted in an Oscar nomination for Best Original Score.
Growing up in New York City, Mosseri and friend David Baldwin started making music together as preteens. Their high school band Honey Nut Roasted had rehearsal space next door to the Strokes, and Mosseri went on to study film scoring at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Sharing lead vocals duty, Mosseri and Baldwin later re-teamed to form an ...
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