Landon Knoblock is a composer for film and television. His work can be heard on Dateline NBC, The Today Show, and ABC’s Truth and Lies: Watergate. Landon has composed music for over a dozen short films and projects, including the award winning indie horror shorts “Mama’s Boy” and “What’s For Dinner?”. In addition to his film and television work, his music has underscored stories on Slack’s “Work in Progress” and Garbage Productions “Star Trek: Redundancy” podcasts. He currently composes music for 4 Elements Music in New York City, and Urband & Lazar Publishing in Los Angeles.
In 2017, Landon was selected as an awardee for Queens Council on the Arts inaugural Artist Commissioning Program. His commissioned social just music project “A Voice for the Voiceless” was inspired by and created with the voices of Queens, New York public school youth experiencing housing instability. The work premiered in September 2018.
Whether through his work as an in-demand composer, or through his formative years as a touring and studio musician, Landon has always endeavored to tell stories through his music.