Music Producer For All Media
Nicole Dionne is the Founder & CEO of PrimalScream Music, Los Angeles. Having started Primal Scream Music in 1995 directly after graduating from UCLA, Dionne brought the company to instant success producing music awarded a Clio Award and two AICP Awards in its first year.
As Founder & CEO of PrimalScream, Dionne has been hailed as one of the highest achieving female entrepreneurs in Music and Advertising. At 25, Dionne was photographed and featured on the cover of The Los Angeles Times business section as a leading female entrepreneur in entertainment.
Dionne has shined for many years as one of media’s top-level and most successful music producers. Dionne has been awarded highest honors for original music and branding, ‘Best Original Song’ in all advertising aired during a year. She has teamed and collaborated with many of the largest corporations in America on their marketing and branding campaigns as well as work with Television Networks such a HBO, Starz and music for TV shows like “Sons of Anarchy”.
Dionne has also produced and worked with a most wondrous array of incredible musical talent. She has worked with everyone from the great “finds” of Indie Artists, to the most substantial film composers, and well-known recording artists and bands: such as Lucinda Williams, Raul Malo, Ramin Djawadi (‘Game of Thrones’), Mako, Tennis, K-Flay, Hacienda Brothers, Lincoln Parish, Film Composer Klaus Badelt (Gladiator), Tony-Award Winner Jonathan Groff, Producer Kyle Moorman (Pink), Joachim Cooder (Buena Vista Social Club), Juliette Commagere, Marc Broussard, Michael Del Barres, Minibar and countless others.
Dionne’s work has been featured in stories in The New York Times, No Depression, Adweek, Shoot, The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, Rolling Stone and many more.
Dionne produced the music for The BMW film series ‘The Hire’ which remains to this day the most pivotal campaign in advertising history. Dionne produced the music for the campaign working with bands and film composers and worked with Madonna and Guy Ritchie, Ang Lee, John Frankenheimer and Wong Kar Wai. The BMW Films featured Madonna, Clive Owen, Forrest Whitaker, and Mickey Rourke.
As one of Dionne’s greatest honors, she was invited to be a full-time resident at the world-famous recording studio, The Village Recorder, in Los Angeles. The Village Recorder is most famously known as the icon of recording studios in the country. At the time, other residents included John Mayer, T-Bone Burnett, John Alagia and more. This was a true right-of-passage as Dionne was only the second female producer to be in resident at this most famous recording studio.
With the sole owner of PrimalScream Music being a woman, the company has proudly been a certified ‘Women’s Business Enterprise’ company and Dionne has continued to support young female entrepreneurs.