Beth Gibbons rose to fame as the vocalist for Bristol trip-hop outfit Portishead. In the early 1990s Portishead’s wry but intelligent urban sound, led by Beth’s sultry vocals, kept them at the forefront of the new genre being pioneered by their west-country peers Massive Attack. After a string of hit records and mass recognition Portishead hung up their mics for the last time in 1998, reforming only once since for a charity concert in their hometown. Since the group dissolved Beth has worked on her successful solo career and gained a repuation as a serious musician with her haunting film scores and albums.
Beth produced, tracked and mixed her score for French film “The Ring” in our Toyshop and Garden studios with producer Phil Brown.