ANDREW GROSS (he/him) is a co-founder, creative director, music supervisor and composer at Konsonant Music.
Andrew is an award winning creative director, composer and EMMY nominated music supervisor. After scoring his first studio feature at the age of 25 (Bio-Dome/MGM), Andrew has gone on to score over 30 features and over 100 episodes of primetime TV. Some of his credits include: The King of Queens (CBS), 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag (Orion) and Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny (New Line). Andrew’s music has also been licensed to numerous film and tv projects, including The Great Hack (Netflix), I Think You Should Leave (Netflix), Nacho Libre (Paramount), So You Think You Can Dance (Fox) and the trailer for Ratatouille (Disney).
He has won numerous BMI Film and TV Awards for his work on King of Queens and Gold and Platinum Awards for his string arrangements on Tenacious D albums.
Andrew has served as music supervisor on The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses (executive produced by Robert Redford, Patti Scialfa Springsteen and Jessica Springsteen) which features music by Bruce Springsteen, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson and an original song written by Diane Warren that has been nominated for an SCL Award. Andrew has also composed and music supervised the Emmy nominated series, Why We Fight (ESPN+) and the TBS series and The Dress Up Gang. Recent music supervision credits include The Revolution of Our Times which won Best Documentary at the Golden Horse Awards, I Think You Should Leave (Netflix) and the documentary Ascension (recently shortlisted for the Academy Awards).
Andrew has received a Guild of Music Supervisors award nomination for his work on All In: The Fight For Democracy (Amazon).
He lives in Topanga, CA with his wife and their cats, chickens and goats.
Hobbies: Andrew loves coffee and likes to roast coffee green beans and make his own cold brew. Warning: Do not ask him about roasting coffee beans, unless you have no plans for the rest of the day.
Composer | Creative Director | Music Supervisor