Driven by distinctive sounds, delicate ambiences, dark, twisted atmospheres and nostalgic melodies, Montreal-based film composer Antoine Lamothe creates an array of unique music inspired by his eclectic taste such as Tchaikovsky and Berlioz, Bernard Herrmann and John Carpenter film scores and albums by Radiohead and Deadmau5. 

A classically trained pianist from a very young age, Lamothe broadened his musical spectrum by learning the drums as a teenager. From Tokyo to Los Angeles to Prague, as a drummer, he has been rocking arenas and stadiums throughout the world with his band Deadly Apples on high profile tours and festivals. Whether he’s performing on stage in front of 20,000 fans or composing by himself at his studio, Lamothe lives and breathes music.

As a multidisciplinary artist, Lamothe has also worked as film director for several projects with Celine Dion, Rush, Rihanna, Cher, Cirque du Soleil, Warner Bros. and the Montreal Canadiens.