Behind that name 'Musicom' stands two professional studio boffins and composers:

Pierre Mussche and Renaud Charlier 

They met in 1989 and began crafting tracks of electronic ambience and atmospheric, orchestral pop, as soundtracks for adverts and films: Musicom was born.

After years of working for various fashion designers (Walter Van Beirendonck, Antwerp Academy, Olivier Strelli,…), special events directors (Dirk Decloedt, Franco Dragone, Luc Petit,..), film directors and producers, they struck up a relationship with cult film director Olivier Vanhoofstadt, and wrote some tracks in conjunction with the making of three of his films - Keo, Snuff Movie, and action thriller Parabellum.
'Face Down', the composition that appeared on Parabellum, crossed over onto European radio stations, and then made its way across to British record companies as part of a project tape. They signed  with famous London-based record label One Little Indian, under the name Airlock.

The connection between them and films was kept alive with their work on Roman Coppola’s the 'Making of' of CQ. Furthermore, many of their tracks were used in films and series such as 'CSI', 'CSI Miami', 'As If', 'Model Behaviour', '5 go dating', and more. They recently completed original soundtracks for  the 'Long Journey Home' by Celine Desauvage (Miramax) , 'Le Négociant' directed by Joachim Weissmann (By 13 Film-Artemis) and the ‘World’s Pictures’ Expo 58 (multichanel soundtrack) (Mucho!).

Musicom has also gained enviable reputation with advertising campaigns – national and international -  such as Renault Scenic, Audi A6, Daïkin, Pioneer, ….