Paul Carter is a Platinum selling songwriter, producer and artist that works under the name Benbrick.
Carter wrote Gasoline with Troye Sivan. TRXYE iTunes #1 in 58 countries inc. USA & UK. 5 on the Billboard 200.
Carter wrote to scenes from the TV show Derek. Ricky Gervais called it Stunningly Beautiful (Read more here)
Carter wrote 桜流し with Utada. End credits music to biggest film opening of 2012 in Japan. #1 single.
Benbrick EP Closer | Closure mixed by the guy behind Faithless & mastered by the guy behind James Blake
“an artist with not only a captivating sound,
but also a captivating purpose”
“…songs replete with big romantic ambience
that stand distinct from his contemporaries”
“This is music built for a soundtrack”
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Carter is producing Luke Pickett album. 1st single premiered on Vibe and charted in the top 15 R&B iTunes.
Carter’s songs have been recorded by The RPO and used in advertising campaigns reaching 4 continents.
Paul Carter is a Platinum selling British songwriter and producer that works under the name Benbrick. He is primarily known for contributing the end-credits music to the third instalment of the popular Japanese movie franchise Neon Genesis Evangelion (新世紀エヴァンゲリオン).
In 2014 Carter worked with Troye Sivan. The track they wrote together “Gasoline” was included on Troye Sivan’s release TRXYE. The album charted on iTunes at number 1 in 58 countries including the USA, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
In 2012 Carter co-wrote platinum selling Sakura Nagashi (桜流し) with Japanese popstar Hikaru Utada. It was released digitally and charted at No. 1 iTunes Japan. It is also the theme to the newest Evangelion movie series, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo which was the biggest film opening of 2012 in Japan and the 12th biggest opening of all time in Japan.