Manor Lords

Slavic Magic

This highly-anticipated medieval strategy game is set to release April 2024. We spent over two years working on this amazing project and had a wealth of resources and people onboard to bring it to life and ensure the soundtrack was a success. In order to create this authentic soundscape we relied heavily on collaborating with live musicians both locally and abroad who specialise in medieval instruments. We also wrote grand cinematic suites that captured the beauty and epic visuals of the game. We sent our key team to London to record at AIR Studios with a live orchestra and choir.
Play Video

Heart Of The Hunter

No. 1 on Netflix

This new suspense thriller is the first African film to make it to No.1 on Netflix worldwide. Directed by the incomparable SAFTA-winning Director Mandlakayise Walter Dube. Heart of the Hunter is an on-screen adaptation of the book of the same name written by South African author Deon Meyer. The Audio Team at Pressure Cooker Studios handled all of the Audio Production for this fast-paced feature film. Here is a little teaser.
Play Video


Spotify Premium

Fausto Becatti, Bioscope Films

Internationally celebrated local Director Fausto Becatti of Bioscope Films, together with TBWA\SA and Pressure Cooker Studios created this authentic and South African relevant commercial for Spotify Premium. Local dancer Chelsea Samuels dances her way through gritty and iconinc Jozi locations, while local Poet Koleka Putuma’s words are carried by Pressure Cooker Music Composer, Keith Kavayi’s uniquely South African genre smashing beat.
Play Video

Ancient Dungeon VR

Oculus Quest

Eric Thullen

We spent two years working on this legendary project. With many gaming enthusiasts on our team, and our passion and experience Music and Sound in storytelling, we were able to collaborate closely with Eric Thullen to create the epic audio landscape for the Virtual Reality version of Ancient Dungeon. This game is a fine example of how we can create the sound for ‘that thing’ you need, whatever that might be.
Play Video