Yes yes we know, we missed out January. But nobody likes January anyway… and February is feeling good. As always, here’s a selection of tracks (32 tracks this month) from our listening in the office over the last few weeks. No theme or overarching idea… just new stuff we have been feeling, or older bits […]
An unsettling, dystopian DJ mix composed mostly of alternative electronic soundscapes and beats put together by Toby. Tracklist Auntie Flo – Life is High Laurie Scacco – Other Flowers (Helado Negro Mix) Geins T Nait – Ciseaux Daddy Corinthian – National Enquiry Puce Mary – To Possess is to be in control Bridge – Verloren […]
Music supervisors of the future; your jobs are safe
With discussions about A.I., machine learning and automation ubiquitous, what naturally follows is a conversation about the decline of certain roles across all industries. Some you would expect to see in a digital age where automation and its promise of increased efficiency are essential to the more nimble start up culture (book keeping, high level […]
How Is ‘Branded Content’ Changing the Face of Advertising?
A diverse group of content producers and creatives were interviewed for this article by new audio post-production service Virtual Sound. Interviewees included Rebecca Denne, Acting Head of Content at ShortList Media Ltd, Neil Shanlin, Creative Director at Flare BBDO, as well as representatives from some of the new breed of content production houses including Gramafilm, […]
In our line of work we occasionally find ourselves asking the question ‘are we compromising our integrity here?’. We broached this topic at our panel at London Sync Sessions at Metropolis Studios last year, entitled ‘Are We Selling Our Souls?’, which started a lot of conversations with rights holders and fellow music supervisors who have […]
A cerebral collection of alternative electronica pieced together in the aftermath of mass protests in Barcelona against tourism, gentrification and the effect on the local community. Light and shade. The beauty of the environment and the frustration of the people.
The thirty-two-bar form, also known as the AABA song form, American popular song form and the ballad form, is a song structure commonly found in Tin Pan Alley songs and other American popular music, especially in the first half of the 20th century. As its alternate name AABA implies, this song form consists of four sections: an eight-bar A section; a second eight-bar A […]
Great article on Pitchfork. How analog technologies aren’t just relics in today’s digital world but rather essential tools that can help us reconnect with our surroundings—and each other. Hyperlink to the article below. The new analogue