Robin Coudert

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Robin Coudert
Born 1978 (age 35–36)
Caen, France
Other names Rob
Occupation Singer-songwriter, composer
Years active 1998–present

Robin Coudert (born 1978), also known by his stage name Rob, is a French pop/rock musician, singer-songwriter, producer and film score composer.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Coudert has played the piano since childhood. He studied at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

In 1998, he released a very first EP, for a Source Records compilation Musique pour un Enfant Jouet. Three years later, the highly instrumental album Don’t Kill came out on Source Records (Daft Punk, Air, Phoenix, etc.), and a second album Satyred Love in 2002.

At the same time, Rob worked with Sebastien Tellier and Phoenix[2] on different projects. In 2005, he composed the original music of a short film, Pink Cowboy Boots, and produces several artists such as Melissa Mars (2005), Zaza Fournier (2008), Alizée, Adanowski (2010) or Leon Larregui (2011) - n°1 in Mexico. He also get on a new and complex work of art[3] with the label Institubes : le Dodécalogue

His work, which clearly sounds as the original score of an imaginary movie,[citation needed] gets rewarded and asked in the film industry.[citation needed] Rob tops out with art house films : Belle Épine, Jimmy Rivière, and more mainstream comedies : Radiostars, Populaire. He now deals with horror movies with Maniac, and Horns (by Alexandre Aja) Working as a duo with producer Jack Lahana (who did a remix of Don’t Kill), Rob has become a reference in the small world of score music.[citation needed]



  • "Musique pour un enfant jouet" (1999)
  • "Amours" (2000)
  • "Power glove" (2001)


  • Don't kill (2001)
  • Satyred love (2002)


  • Dodécalogue Vol I : Pierre (2009)
  • Dodécalogue Vol II : Jean (2009)
  • Dodécalogue Vol III : Jacques Le Majeur (2009)
  • Dodécalogue Vol IV : Jude Thadée (2009)
  • Dodécalogue Vol V : Matthieu (2010)
  • Dodécalogue Vol VI : Philippe (2010)

Other work[edit]

Musical compositions[edit]

Art director / producer[edit]

Original soundtracks[edit]


  • Produced a Remix of the title "Playground love" by Air . It is available on the maxi-single "Playground love".




  1. ^ "Robin Coudert". Retrieved 2013-0-07.  Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  2. ^ "Gallery - Robin Coudert". United by Phoenix. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
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  4. ^ En compétition : Belle épine de Rebecca Zlotowski consultation du 16 mai 2010.
  5. ^ "WME - Client Profiles". Retrieved 2013-10-07. 

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