Rollo & Grady are an "online music publication and music supervision, licensing, and production company" based in Los Angeles and they've been doing an excellent series of interviews with music supervisors. This post features quotes by music supervisors explaining how they find indie music for placements in tv and movies. It's the second in a series that began with Music Supervisors Explain How They Find Indie Music For Movies And TV.
In September, Hypebot ran a guest post from Sarah Sharp featuring tips on getting your music licensed. As a music supervisor and lead singer of the Jitterbug Vipers, Sharp understands both sides of this game. In a recent interview w... Read Post
Tuesday’s Tabs feature an enlightening interview with a music supervisor, some interesting data about song popularity, and a buttload of songwriting tips. The folks over at Rollo and Grady (presumably, some combination of Rollo and ... Read Post
This is the third in a series of posts quoting music supervisors on how they find or discover music to license for movies and tv shows. Music Supervisors Explain How They Find Indie Music For Movies And TV [Part 1] drew on multiple ... Read Post