Originally from London, Phillip Mossman came into prominence during the UK's post rave era as a member of Andrew Weatherall's Sabres of Paradise, then later recruited by Belfast's David Holmes to collaborate on a slew of productions for the likes of 'U2, Manic Street Preachers, Primal Scream and Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. 'Holmes' cinematic influences soon caught the attention of Hollywood's heavy hitters and the Holmes team were whisked off to LA to score Stephen Soderburgh's Out Of Sight and later Oceans 11. When Phillip chose New York as his home in 2001, James Murphy invited him to join the newly minted outfit, LCD Soundsystem. After six years with the band, Phillip made the tough decision to quit touring but was invited to rejoin for the band's now legendary epic finale at Madison Square Garden, which was filmed and released as the full length documentary, Shut Up and Play the Hits. A prolific film composer, Phillip has scored a multitude of full length features, including Jim Mikel's Sundance hit We Are What We Are, Jon Watts's Cop Car, which premiered at Sundance 2015 and sold to Focus, starring Kevin Bacon, Michael Thelin's Emelie, which premiered at 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, Bradley Kaplan's Stealing Cars, Mike Cahill's Another Earth and I Origins.