Kent Kercher is a composer, sound artist, and breakfast food enthusiast splitting time between Atlanta, New York City, and Los Angeles, where he has worked on the music teams for such diverse projects as Justice League (Danny Elfman), Watchmen (Trent Reznor/Atticus Ross), Smallfoot (Heitor Pereira), and Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (John Williams/William Ross).
Drawing from decades of classical training, synthesizer programming, and pop performance, Kent’s scores are highly melodic, catchy, and memorable.
When not writing music or writing about music, Kent loves exploring the modern limits of vintage technologies – particularly retro gaming and analog photography.
New Free Album!
Low-Poly Loops Volume One: Rowdy Romplers is the first album in a planned series of albums featuring free video game music loops. These loops are all made using the same hardware synthesizers used to create the soundtracks to games made for early 3D gaming systems like the PlayStation (1994), the Saturn (1995), the Nintendo 64 (1996), the Dreamcast (1998), the PlayStation 2 (2000), the GameCube (2001), and even the Wii (2006).
Whether your game is a COLLECTATHON, a SHMUP, a JRPG, a KART RACER, a PUZZLE-ADVENTURE, a TACTICAL RPG, a NARRATIVE ADVENTURE, a PLATFORMER, or otherwise; if you’ve got a LOW POLYGON COUNT, a LIMITED DRAW DISTANCE, or a CARTOONISH ANTHROPOMORPHIC PROTAGONIST (who may or may not have a COMPLEMENTARY COMPANION); if you’re hoping for HISTORICAL ACCURACY or JUST THE RIGHT VIBE, these tracks are for you!