Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Still from "City of Catharines"
Jelle van der Does


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by McKlin Fotografie


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


Photo by JKey Photography


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Photo by McKlin Fotografie



Sturdy Wine

By Book of Eli


Sturdy Wine was produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by Arjan de Wit & Gert van Immerzeel at Room Service Music.

Additional arrangements by Bas Bouma.

The Parting Glass

The music was written for Alexander McNeill‘s short film The Parting Glass, after the traditional Irish folk song. The film is a psychological horror/thriller about a family in rural 1890’s Ireland. Here’s an excerpt from the film. Below you’ll find the complete soundtrack as audio.

Violas are played by Manja Kruidhof-Okkerse, celli by Gerda Marijs.

Call me Lucky Fat or Skinny

By Canvas Blanco

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Call me Lucky Fat or Skinny was produced by Arjan de Wit & Jozua Koffeman at Room Service Music. Recorded by Matthijs Kievit / Studio Joneski & Arjan de Wit at Room Service Music.

Additional arrangements by Arjan de Wit, Bas Bouma & Ruben Bekx.

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This Particular Universe

The piece was written for the multi media concert ‘The Pale Blue Dot‘, which premiered on 2 February 2013.

This Particular Universe describes what science tells us about the biggest and the smallest there is. The creation of the universe: the big bang. The first stars, and the earth. Until the universe realised itself, in the form of the Pale Blue Dot. It’s incredible to realise that hydrogen atoms, given enough time, can ever form life and even the human brain, just by the laws of physics.

We are all stardust. That doesn’t just sound poetic, it’s also literally true.

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De Levensboom (The Tree of Life)

The Tree of Life is written for the concert The Pale Blue Dot. The piece is about the foundation of life. The tree of life is referred to as a spiritual symbol for growth, wisdom, fertility and immortality within multiple religions and myths. It is the source of all things, often referred to as ‘God’ or ‘I Am’.

As a basic ingredient of the piece I have used the Fibonacci sequence, which is a mathematical pattern that can be found throughout nature and is often referred to as the fingerprint of God.
The piece consists of three parts:

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Room Service Music makes music. We, Arjan and Bas, care about great music. Room Service Music is where musicians, artists, film makers and creators can find new ways for their music. Whatever the medium is, we want to get the music just right.

Bas Bouma

About Bas Bouma

I am mainly a composer and arranger. I’ve written music for ensembles, short films, animation films, commercials an art installation and documentary. To get the most out of my music, the human element is an important part of it. Music has to live, breathe.

My main influences are pop music (one major influence is the work of Radiohead as well as the solo work of Jonny Greenwood), contemporary classical music (from Pärt to Ligeti, from Ravel to Schnittke), classical and film music.

I studied at the Utrecht School of Arts, where I received a Master of Music, European Media Master and a Bachelor of Music with honours in composition.

Bas’ music is also available on Bandcamp.

Arjan de Wit

About Arjan de Wit

I am a composer and producer writing music for film, pop artists and ensembles. Music is about good chemistry. You get good chemistry by utilizing a mixture of experiment, expertise and a lot of intuition. I like to let things go just a bit out of control to discover new stuff and use that in a skilled way.

Good chemistry is also about the right combinations. I like combining ideas from (modern) classical and pop music. Imagine using a tone scale from a modern classical piece for a film score. Or why not use the beautiful emotions of classical instruments and use it in a singer/songwriter song?

I have a Master of Music, European Media Master of Arts, Bachelor of Music with honours at the Utrecht School of the Arts.