Brothers Brooke and Will Blair are accomplished composers for film, television, web and public installations. As long term collaborators with director Jeremy Saulnier, the brothers scored his first feature, Slamdance 2007 Audience Award Winner "MURDER PARTY", followed by the Sundance, Cannes, TIFF favorite "BLUE RUIN" , gaining them a Public Choice Nomination for the World Soundtrack Awards in Belgium, and an inclusion in ASCAP's Composer Spotlight at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival . The Blairs returned to Sundance 2016 with both Saulnier's follow up thriller, "GREEN ROOM", starring Patrick Stewart and Anton Yelchin, and "I AM YUP'IK", a short documentary exploring a vibrant high school basketball culture in rural Alaska. The brothers have continued to balance their work with tense thrillers such as the Joel Kinnamon led "EDGE OF WINTER" and the stark black and white drama "LIVE CARGO", with feature documentaries including a Jon Brion inspired score for "MAGICIANS: Life in the Impossible" and a string-heavy accompaniment for director Don Argott's "BATMAN AND BILL" to be released by HULU 2017.
Brooke and Will reunited at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival with their brother Macons' directorial debut, "I DON'T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE", which won the festivals Grand Jury Prize. Macon worked closely with his younger brothers to craft an eclectic score drifting from baritone sax-fueled Motown songs, dark theremin themes, screamy sludge metal, and 80's new wave.