Dickon Hinchliffe

In 2013, Blackest Ever Black released a limited vinyl edition of the original score for 1980, the second part of Channel 4’s Red Riding trilogy, which was adapted by Tony Grisoni from the novels of David Peace. The remarkably elegant, emotive music was composed by Dickon Hinchliffe, a founder member of Tindersticks.

Hinchliffe played a major role in Tindersticks’ celebrated scores for the films of Claire Denis (including Vendredi Soir, Trouble Every Day and Nénette Et Boni), and since leaving the band has established himself as soundtrack composer of considerable renown, with credits including LockeProject Nim, Shadow Dancer, Winter’s Bone and Rampart.