Bryson Mulholland is a multi-talented man. He sings, plays piano, drum kit, congas, silver flute and didgeridoo in a variety of musical styles. While he’s best known for his work as front-man for Glory B, children’s theatre group The Bongo Brothers and an original member of quirky electronic outfit Spoonbill, he has simultaneously forged a flourishing career composing scores for theatre, documentaries and film. His works include the musical score for short film Images of Age, two scores for the musical theatre group Full-On Theatre and scoring for the acclaimed theatre production Flutter.
Mulholland has recently collaborated with US/Melbourne based hip-hop artist Morganics to record a track for Full-on Theatre's new theatre show Surf Safari. His music has featured on ABC documentaries and he was runner-up in the 2013 Australian screenwriting competition, Tropscore for his score in Matt Bird's short horror film, The Exchange.
To date Mulholland has been involved in the creation and production of over 20 studio albums, and has recorded with artists including Spoonbill, Ghost Mountain, The Witness, The Re-mains, Jesse Younan, CBD Dub Project and Niceface.