We are super-stoked to be representing the first release and catalog of Symbolized! Symbolized is the electronic/ambient alter ego of designer/illustrator/purveyor-of-good-vibes, Christopher David Ryan. Best described as ambient music, Symboized's first release, Figures 1-9, is meant to transport the listener to another mindset, thus freeing one from the trials and tribulations of everyday life. Please take a listen on Spotify and hear for yourself!
We're proud to announce that we will be representing the catalog of San Francisco's, Scrabbel! The entire catalog as well as new songs are also going to be popping up in the coming weeks and months so be on the lookout! We will have more news regarding this addition in the coming days.
The single "Bombs Don't Show Up" is featured on an episode of Bruni & Vergier Against the World! Take a look (and listen) to this amazing footage! Stoked to have contributed a part of the soundtrack for this amazing video!
Looking for big, anthemic rock songs for your next production? Then look no further! We are proud to be representing Glynn Wedgewood's catalog of songs from his band Stereo Is A Lie! Take a listen and hit us up if you think a song might work for your client.
Please take a listen to our first set. This is Monolathe centric, so if you're not familiar with our artist, now is your chance to fix that! We hope you enjoy.
The forthcoming album from the Society of Rockets drops next week! And as a teaser, you can download Won't You Change Your Mind from their page for the next week for free! Just click here and download from the embedded player on the right. The album will also be available as instrumentals on all of your favorite digital retailers as well! Until December 2nd....
Both of elephone's full length albums are now available for licensing!
The band grew out of a longtime friendship between Ryan Lambert (a former actor - Kids Inc., The Monster Squad) and Terry Ashkinos. While living in Los Angeles, Ryan and Terry were in separate punk and indie bands who frequently shared the stage touring across the country. Terry moved to San Francisco in 1998 and the pair began writing songs together, collaborating over a distance. Over time they realized that they may be on to something – so in 2003 Ryan decided to move to San Francisco to pursue a new band with Terry, and elephone was born.
The Society Of Rockets are finishing up the mastering stage of their forthcoming album, Family Ways! Gary Hobish is once again lending his ears to their latest creation, which should land in our lap pretty soon. Instrumental masters will also accompany this release for production purposes so be on the lookout!
It certainly hasn't been slow! We have some good news on the way, potential good news on the way, and this from The Revue!
"The Society of Rockets are from San Francisco and they recently started sharing tracks on their Soundcloud account.
“Telescopic Man” is about everyone wanting to be bigger than who they really are. The track reminds of early 60s rock and includes some disco vibes throughout.
“Telescopic Man” is from a collection of EPs that was supposed to released on an album titled Populuxe. The Society of Rockets now have new material with their upcoming release titled Plutonium Blues."
Super cool! They should probably be in films, just saying, music supes.