Dire Docks is an LA based Indie duo where Rannie makes up a half, and Jesse Rhodes the other. They released their first EP, "In Waves", in september of 2014. They also released a music video of their first single, Georgia Line, after it was featured in Shane Dawson's movie "Not Cool".
Composing for Visual Media
Rannie studied Composing for Visual Media at Los Angeles College of Music, where she scored everything from drama to action, commercials to video games. She is currently writing music for several short films, apps and PSA's, as well as using her songwriting background to create theme songs and soundtracks to supplement the scores.
Rannie performs her solo material around central England, usually joined by great musicians. She can also be seen doing occasional unplugged solo performances from her debut EP, "Go Darling, Go", which was released in November 2015. Inpired by her favorite singer/songwriters such as Joni Mitchell, Tori Amos, Carol King and the like, her music has been described as;
”Captivating story songs, that draw you in and erase everything around you while you journey into the world she paints with her voice”
Rannie - Solo Project
The Blue Room Quartet
The Blue Room Quartet is working the restaurant, lounge and private event scene. The eclectic mix of nationalities and musical influences of its members, gives this group their unique sound and appeal. Together, they combine their different styles and cultures into a holistic and fresh approach to the great American Song Book, as well as more modern, easy listening music.
Production, Songwriting and Studio Singing
Rannie can currently be found at The Abstract Recording Studios and The Garage Studios, and previously worked at ES Audio. Her projects include working with producers on background vocal work and production, writing songs for other artists, singing demo vocals, etc. She is also featured on several albums where symphonic metal and heavy rock bands have hired her for her ability to sing Norse in Scandinavian languages. Further she is fluent in French, and therefore does a lot of World Music projects where Latin based language skills are desired.