Category: "Music Licensing and Placement"
By Lisa on Mar 25, 2010 | In Music Licensing and Placement
Annie is featured again in Amazon's second Kindle Commercial series. Annie and Marcus' song Stole My Heart is penned under their recording duo name Little & Ashley. Check it out! more »
By Lisa on Feb 27, 2010 | In Music Licensing and Placement
We?re pretty sure that we (meaning, really, Optic Noise) have just turned ten. Or maybe it?s nine. Evidence pointing to this vague suspicion: 1. We?ve just finished our 30th compilation; 2. It?s kind of been a really long time since we?ve been… more »
By Lisa on Dec 10, 2008 | In Music Licensing and Placement
LOTS OF THINGS IN THE WORKS for Optic Noise and we?re all, like, totally excited about it. We?ve begun a series of commissioned artwork for our CD comps, just because, and our first series for 24 and 25 features graphics by Dave Gulick of the band… more »
By Lisa on Nov 20, 2008 | In Music Licensing and Placement, The Music Biz at Large
Earlier this month Journey's summer-time classic "Don't Stop Believin'" became the first catalog track in history to sell over 2 million digital copies.
Back in the day, as it were, Journey was among the ranks of bands known as corporate rock (aka… more »
By Lisa on Sep 9, 2008 | In Music Licensing and Placement
My life. Except without the beard. Or Arcade Fire. more »
By Lisa on Sep 9, 2008 | In Music Licensing and Placement, Various Music Musings
I haven't see a Wienerschnitzel commercial of any kind here in the non-food chain land of San Francisco, but apparently Tullycraft hadn't seen one either until its song "Sweet" appeared, rather by surprise, on--well, you guessed it--a Wienerschnitzel… more »
By Lisa on Jul 26, 2008 | In Music Licensing and Placement, Various Music Musings
There are quite a few perverse products in which music is used beyond the film and TV world and here's a few of my licensing use roundups:
REAL INDUSTRIAL MUSIC!
Way back in the days of yore licensing preexisting music was rare and jingle writers… more »