Nathan Micay’s ‘Industry’ (Red Light/Out Of Sight Italo Mix) is an upbeat trance cut made for weekends

The HBO & BBC TV show's theme tune is transformed into a dance cut the cast would party to...

26.05.21, Words by: Billy Ward

Nathan Micay, producer and composer for new television series Industry, has shared his own remix of the show’s original theme song.

The Toronto-based producer’s full original score intertwines modern dance music with popular 1980s film tropes to create widescreen electronic compositions evocative of ‘the city’.

Centred on young graduates entering the cut-throat world of London finance, the HBO & BBC TV series examines issues of gender, race, class and drugs in the workplace.

Made with the night-clubs in mind, the Red Light/Out Of Sight Italo Mix sees Micay transform the main theme tune, titled ‘Industry’, into the type of expansive trance cut the cast might listen to on a Friday night.

Speaking of scoring for the new TV series, Micay says: “My catalogue is best known for dance records, but since 2016 I’ve enjoyed quietly extending into score work for friends shorts and a feature. My goal in music has always been to reach for a cinematic quality.”

Stream the track here or watch the visualiser exclusively below:

Limited edition ‘Industry OST’ yellow vinyls can be purchased here.

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