Andrew Barnabas

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Andrew Barnabas (born May 1973, Croydon, Greater London, England) is a video game music composer. He studied at the University of Leeds where he earned a B.A. (Hons) in Popular Music Studies. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Barnabas composed MOD music as "Nightshade" in the demogroup Crusaders.

He became one half of Bob and Barn, a company that creates music for video games as well as for film, television, and advertising in 2001. In 2009 Bob and Barn were signed to film and television agency SMA Talent. They have since also written the music for TV for Animal Cops : Miami for Animal Planet and The King is Dead for BBC Three and scored the 2004 feature film My Brother is a Dog. He mostly composes with his co-composer Paul Arnold.

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