The new urban escape room will be called “The Tomb of Alexander the Great”.

All about the soundtrack of the new urban escape

On 7 June 2022, the soundtrack for the new urban escape room game Escape City Box was recorded at AIR Studios in London. The Tomb of Alexander The Great, created by the composer Aleix Losa. More than 50 musicians took part in this recording.

Aleix Losa is a 26-year-old composer based in Barcelona who is currently creating music for film and musical theatre. With years of experience he has worked on all kinds of projects, some of which include the film Lú Belmonte, currently available on Filmin. Little by little he has been progressing on his path and is now finishing his studies at Berklee College of Music to further advance his career.

Air Studios from London

Air Studios London was founded by Sir George Martin, legendary Beatles producer, Oscar-nominated composer and one of the music industry’s most versatile and imaginative talents. He produced a record 30 number one singles in the UK and the industry awarded him five Grammys and two Ivor Novello awards, giving him worldwide recognition.

George entered the music business in 1950, and five years later became head of EMI’s Parlophone label. The early years of his career were based on recording comedies with artists such as Peter Sellers, Dudley Moore and Flanders & Swann. In 1962 he signed the Beatles to EMI and produced all their records until the band broke up in 1970. He also produced many other artists in the 1960s and 1970s: Cilla Black, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Matt Monro, Elton John, Jeff Beck, John Williams, Cheap Trick and Ultravox.

With three other major record producers, Ron Richards, John Burgess and Peter Sullivan, he set up Associated Independent Recording (AIR) and opened his studios in central London in 1970. Its twin studio, AIR Montserrat, opened in 1979, and for ten years played host to many of the biggest names in rock and pop. Shortly afterwards, AIR Montserrat was hit by a hurricane and closed its doors. Sir George found an empty church in Hampstead, north London, and created AIR Studios Lyndhurst.