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The Sunday Club is a Music Management, Consultancy and Supervision company.

Founded in 2003, by Mike Gillespie, The Sunday Club is an Artist and Music Management & Consultancy business, and a Music Supervision company. 

Our current management roster includes Underworld (inc. Karl Hyde and Rick Smith), Matthew Herbert, Beth Orton and Adrian Corker, over the years have provided consultancy services to artists including Lemon Jelly and The Orb.

As Music Supervisors, we have worked on Film, TV and Theatre soundtracks for, among others, Oscar and BAFTA award-winning directors Anthony Minghella and Danny Boyle. In 2012 we supervised the music for the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

The Sunday Club is based in London EC1 and you can contact us here.


Our Clients and Projects

Who we work with and what we do

Matthew Herbert
Beth Orton
Adrian Corker

Music Supervision


Photograph: Al Overdrive

Photograph: Al Overdrive

Rick Smith & Karl Hyde have recorded 9 albums together as Underworld, scored film and theatre pieces for Academy Award winning directors Anthony Minghella and Danny Boyle, and spent the last 20 years touring their now legendary live show.

At the end of 2010 they were enlisted to create the sound and music scores for the Royal National Theatres’ production of “Frankenstein” (dir. Danny Boyle) which opened to critical acclaim February 2011, their score being nominated for an Olivier Award. In the same year, they also provided the score for the National Theatre of Scotland and Frantic Assembly’s award-winning “Beautiful Burnout”. Karl Hyde’s first solo painting exhibition titled “What’s Going On In Your Head When You’re Dancing” opened in Tokyo in August 2010 and London in July 2012, accompanied by an audio installation piece by Rick Smith.

In 2011, Rick Smith was appointed Music Director for the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games. 

The remainder of 2012 and 2013 saw Rick and Karl pursuing a number of personal projects: Rick scoring "Trance" (for 20th Century Fox) and "Babylon" (for Channel 4); Karl releasing his first solo album "Edgeland" in 2013 followed by a duo of albums with longtime collaborator Brian Eno ("Someday World" and "Highlife").

In 2014, Underworld's landmark album "dubnobasswithmyheadman" reached it's 20th anniversary, which was celebrated by a remastered re-issue edition and one-off performance at Royal Festival Hall in October. in 2016 the band released their seventh studio album "Barbara Barbara, we face a shining future" the album was Top 10 in the UK, No 1 in Japan and No 1 USA Billboard Electronic album and this year saw the band in headline performances at Glastonbury, Coachella & Summer Sonic, 

Live Booking Agents:
James Wright & Greg Lowe - The Agency Group
(World ex USA, Canada, Mexico, Central & South America)

Samantha Kirby-Yoh - William Morris Endeavor
(USA, Canada, Mexico, Central & South America)

Robin Turner - Turner Hall
Sioux Zimmerman - Magnum PR (USA only)

Matthew Herbert



Matthew Herbert is a prolific and accomplished musician whose range of works extends from numerous albums (including the much-celebrated bodily functions) to Ivor Novello nominated film scores (life in a day) as well as music for theatre, TV, games and radio. He has performed as all round the world from the Sydney opera house to the Hollywood Bowl.

He has remixed iconic artists including Quincy Jones, Serge Gainsbourg and Ennio Morricone and worked with musical acts as diverse as Bjork and Dizzee Rascal. He has produced other artists such as Roisin Murphy, The Invisible, Micachu and Merz and released some of these works alongside others on his own label - Accidental Records. Other collaborators include chef Heston Blumenthal, playwright Caryl Churchill and writer Will Self, but he is most known for working with sound, turning ordinary or so called found sound in to electronic music.

His 2012 album ONE PIG followed the life of a pig from birth to plate and beyond and his most recent acclaimed work THE END OF SILENCE was made out of just one 10 second recording of a bomb exploding in Libya.

He is relaunching an online Museum of Sound and is the creative director of the new Radiophonic Workshop. His debut play, as a writer/director, The HUSH, opened at the National Theatre in 2013 and his opera The Crackle opened at the Royal Opera House in April 2014. He is an honorary fellow at the University of Kent.

Matthew has just released "The Shakes", the first album under the name HERBERT since 2006's Scale and the acclaimed Bodily Functions before that. The album deals with intensely personal issues such as raising young children against a backdrop of an increasingly unstable world and, amongst other things, utilizes the sound of used bullets and shells from eBay as part of its soundscape. Herbert himself suggests that the record can be seen as a treatise on how “music helps to motivate, provide respite and divert us from the challenges of the everyday”.

Beth Orton

When musicians talk about getting back to their roots, it’s usually an excuse to pull out a battered old acoustic to create some bare bones music. In Beth Orton’s case, going back to her roots meant something very different. 

Having relocated to California a couple of years ago, Beth began experimenting with a series of electronic loops that would eventually come together as her career-redefining new album; a record inspired both by the wide-open nature of Los Angeles and the spirit of Beth’s earliest recordings (electronic work with producers like William Orbit, Andrew Weatherall and Kieran Hebden as well as groove-based music with Red Snapper).

Co-produced by Beth and Andrew Hung (Fuck Buttons), Kidsticks reframes Beth’s unmistakable voice inside ten pure, audacious, playful and kinetic songs. A resolutely focused album, it represents a rare chance to hear an established artist get plugged in and completely rework the songwriting process with wide-eyed, open-minded glee. 

Beth Orton has been one of the most unique and beguiling voices in music for the past two decades. Her debut LP - Trailer Park - pioneered a synthesis of electronic and acoustic songs to huge acclaim. The follow up - Central Reservation - brought international success and the Brit Award for best British female. Further albums like the Jim O’Rourke produced Comfort of Strangers and 2012’s Sugaring Season deepened the breadth of her craft (Sugaring Season was described by Pitchfork as "ten songs of sweet resilience delivered by a voice of seemingly effortless expression”). Kidsticks - Beth’s sixth album - takes a glance back to Beth’s past whilst staring confidently into a bright future. Kidsticks is out now on Anti.

Adrian Corker

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Adrian Corker is a musician who has written extensively to picture, for film and tv including several projects with the late director Antonia Bird. Recent completed projects include the score to Florian Hoffmeister’s feature film The Havenots. He also works in various other media collaborating with musicians such as Chris Watson, Richard Skelton, Lucy Railton and Aisha Orzabayeva. A first solo album Raise was released in 2013 followed by an EP Start Merge Fade in 2014.

He curated a series of gallery shows at the Paul Stolper Gallery London, featuring sound artists such as Jem Finer, Rie Nakajima and Chris Watson and also recently curated and performed at MusICA an event at the ICA featuring work from and inspired by Giacinto Scelsi. He has also performed at Kings Place, the Vortex, the National Portrait Gallery and the Kaufmann Centre New York.

He runs a label SN Variations and has an album of material with Jack Wyllie released later this year as well as the score to The Havenots which also features work by John Cage and Laurence Crane.

Music Supervision

Music for Film, Television and Theatre

London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony
(dir. Danny Boyle)

Frankenstein @ National Theatre
(dir. Danny Boyle)

Eric & Ernie
(dir. Jonny Campbell)

No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency
(dir. Anthony Minghella, Charles Sturridge, Tim Fywell)

Breaking & Entering
(dir. Anthony Minghella)

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