Pat Irwin Is The Dexter: New Blood Composer Who Replaced Daniel Licht

Who is Pat Irwin, Dexter's new composer.

Ever since Showtime announced that Dexter will be back for another season, many fans were wondering who's going to replace Daniel Licht who died back in 2017, and created the magnificent and unique Dexter OST from the first eight seasons. His nephew, Jon Licht who worked with Daniel on Dexter since season one was experienced enough, but Showtime/Clyde Phillips chose Pat Irwin instead.

Pat (Patrick) Irwin was born in May 17, 1955 and he's an American composer and musician who has been living in and making music in New York City since the late 1970’s. 

According to Wikipedia, Irwin has composed scores for independent films such us My New Gun, But I'm A Cheerleader, and Bam Bam and Celeste as well as hundreds of cartoons including Rocko's Modern Life, Pepper Ann, A Little Curious, and Class of 3000. 

For television, he composed the scores for HBO's 'Bored to Death' and Showtime's 'Nurse Jackie', Netflix's 'The Good Cop'.

Back on November 7th, Irwin said that composing the Dexter score was a challenge:
What do you think of the Dexter: New Blood soundtrack so far?

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