ATIC Records is an independent label which boasts an extensive cross-genre catalogue covering hip-hop, beats, chill-out, pshyc-folk, soul, house and electronica. Artists include Aim, Niko, Maidm, QNC, Death of the Neighbourhood, The Witch And The Robot, Gripper and Crowhead. Original music is recorded and produced at Speed Limit Studios, ATIC’s purpose built facility in the English Lake District.

We control both sides of the majority of our titles, making sync clearance quick and easy. Notable placements include UEFA, Toyota, Playstation, Sega, Honda, Mr Porter, Eileen Fisher, Amaze, Netflix, Canal+ and BBC1.

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A Nexflix Original Series – Directed and Written by Joe Swanberg

Aim – ‘True To Hip-Hop’


Tony Hawk’s Pro Skateboarding game (PAL version) directed by Jason Uyeda

Aim – ‘Ain’t Got Time To Waste’


UEFA Champions League platform for anti-racism ‘Respect’ campaign

  Aim – ‘Cold Water Music’


Toyota RAV4 television commercial (bespoke re-recorded version)

Aim ‘Demonique’

Mr Porter

Mr Ronnie Fieg (Kith) promo film – RSA Films Ltd, directed by Anthony Crook

Aim – ‘We Don’t Play’ (Instrumental)

The Driver (BBC1)

Red Production Company/Highfield Pictures, directed by Jamie Payne

Niko – ‘Hate & Love’


Syrup (feature film) – Syrup Production directed by Aram Rapport

Niko – ‘Over You’

Eileen Fisher

Unlock The Season Spring 2014 – online fashion film

Aim – ‘Concentrate’


TV series – Spotless Productions (episode 8/10)

Niko – ‘Those From The Heavens Come’

Derwent London

Marketing show-reel for building development in central London

Aim – ‘Phantasm’

Eileen Fisher

Scarf Tying Spring 2014 – online fashion film

Aim – ‘Just Passing Through’


Digital marketing showreel – Celebrating 20 Years

Aim – ‘It Ain’t Nuthin’ (Instrumental + bespoke intro)


Honda – online brand promotional film

Aim – ‘Just Passing Through

Indo Dream

Surf & travel film by Jussi Korkeela

Niko – A Life In Dreams

Waterloo Road

Long running BBC1 TV series

Niko – ‘You’re So Boring’