Stuart Chatwood - Composer/Musician/Producer
Stuart Chatwood, (born 22 October 1969 in Fleetwood, Lancashire, England) is a Canadian composer and musician, best known as the bass guitar and keyboard player for the rock band The Tea Party. The Tea Party are known for fusing together musical styles of both the Eastern and Western worlds, in what they call "Moroccan roll". In 2001, Chatwood won a Juno Award for the best artwork for a Tea Party album.
Stuart Chatwood is also a composer of video game soundtracks. He composed music that has appeared on the soundtracks for eight Prince of Persia games developed by Ubisoft Montreal: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2003), Warrior Within (2004), The Two Thrones (2005), Battles of Prince of Persia (2005), Revelations (2005), Rival Swords (2007), Prince of Persia (2008), The Fallen King (2008). The series have been very successful, selling in excess of ten million copies worldwide. Stuart's latest video game soundtrack is for the Red Hook Studios' latest smash RPG game Darkest Dungeon (2016).
Music - Various Projects
Sound - Impressive. From the moody intro music to the fitting Middle Eastern-influenced in-game melodies, the tunes in the game sound great. 9/10
Interview with Stuart and Inon Zur for the the 3rd Prince of Persia game.
The AU Review
Review of "The Ocean At The End". The latest record from The Tea Party