Month: November 2014

News: Police Going Too Far?

Opinion: Michael Palmer As we mourn the loss of Michael Brown and many other American Citizens that have been killed by the cops because of excessive force and the backlash it has caused, we now see that America has some real questions to answer. Cops have taken it too far from blacks to whites; cops […]Read More

ENT News: Jurassic World Trailer

Steven Spielberg returns to executive produce the long-awaited next installment of his groundbreaking Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow directs the epic action-adventure from a screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley join the team as producers. Jurassic World will be released in 3D by Universal Pictures on June 12, […]Read More

Music Licensing: Songs Needed for a Feature Comedy Film

Courtesy of Musicclout.com All Genre Accepted Payout:  $2700.00 Payout Upcoming Comedy film needs music in several styles and genres to feature in film. This film is about a rich high school student who’s in with the “in crowd” at her school until a secret about her past is revealed, jeopardizing her friends, followers and reputation. All genres of music […]Read More

Music Licensing: Songs Needed for Features on Popular Video Games

Courtesy of Musicclout.com All Genre Accepted Payout:  Royalties  One of the largest video game companies in the world is currently seeking songs for upcoming titles to feature in-game. They produce games covering all popular genres – including sports, action, shooting, racing, puzzles, & etc. All styles and genres of music will be accepted. Both vocal and instrumental versions are […]Read More

Music Licensing: Documentary Film about the Act of Protesting Needs

Courtesy of Musicclout.com All Genre Accepted Payout:  $1000.00 Songs are needed for a licensing opportunity for a successful production company that makes various lifestyle and entertainment videos. They are in need of songs to be included in an upcoming documentary film. This film is an interesting depiction of how the act of protesting can be a major […]Read More

Music News: In Wake of Spotify Pullout, Music Industry Debates

Via: AP From board rooms in Japan to songwriter’s rooms in Nashville, a debate is brewing in music industry circles about the financial and creative value of streaming music, even as its popularity and impact skyrocket. Streaming music, predicted by many analysts to become the primary digital means for fans to consume music, has such […]Read More

Music News: T-Mobile’s Music Freedom

In the competitive phone company market, T-Mobile has taken steps to get that competitive edge. Few months back T-Mobile started a program that gives access to subscribers the option to  listen to services such as Pandora, iTunes Radio and Spotify without racking up data costs, now includes access to Google Play, Xbox Music and a […]Read More

Music: Stop You With Love by Koukie – London, Uk

London-based Koukie is a recording solo artist with a band. The singer composer and poet is delighted to announce the release of her debut solo album, Songs From An Empty Stage. Fusing rock opera with gypsy, punk and cabaret into a fireball of sound, hers is music for a new generation. Koukie dazzles audiences everywhere […]Read More

Music: A Place To Shake by SKROU – Toronto, Canada

SKROU is one of Toronto’s hardest working Original/Indie Bands out there; they are currently booked solid for 2014, busy touring from city to city throughout Ontario and showing no signs of slowing down. They are also in the midst of releasing their second video for the single “Rock It Away”, straight off their Debut CD […]Read More