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The SyncLodge Podcast Series Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music and the industry that, for better or worse, supports it.. For each episode we bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music, and/or the industry, they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of. Each episode has a link to a playlist, in the episode description, with all the music and artists mentioned during the conversation. The list is in order of mention.
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In this episode Meena and Chris, of the Meen Cryle and the Chris Fillmore Band, talk about the journey from a small town to an international record deal and touring in Europe and America. The stories, the steep climbs and the lessons learnt along the way. Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music of Meena Cryle and the Chris Fillmore Band. Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.    Hello and welcome to the SyncLodge podcast Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music. For each episode we will bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of.With Lionel Lodge, the reluctant moderator, preferring to let his guests do most of the talking.  The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this episode Meena and Chris, of the Meen Cryle and the Chris Fillmore Band, talk about the journey from a small town to an international record deal and touring in Europe and America. The stories, the steep climbs and the lessons learnt along the way. Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music of Meena Cryle and the Chris Fillmore Band. Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.    Hello and welcome to the SyncLodge podcast Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music. For each episode we will bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of.With Lionel Lodge, the reluctant moderator, preferring to let his guests do most of the talking.  The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
James and Max discuss the many faces and forms for using shock and being brave with music in advertising, films and TV. How the unexpected twists our perceptions and gives a fresh feel to experience.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music discussed in this conversation.Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated James Bargent, who has a BA Honors First Class in Professional Musicianship from the Brighton Institute of Modern Music is a Producer at MassiveMusic which is a music agency with offices in Amsterdam, London, New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai. They create music for the world’s leading advertising agencies, brands, media and technology companies. Before joining Massive James worked in the sync department at Warner Music Group.MassiveMusicFacebook: @massivemusicagencyTwitter: @massivemusicInstagram: @massivemusicLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/49637/And joining James is Max Beattie, who has a BA in Anthropology from the University of Durham and a diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering from the Point Blank Music School is Sync Creative Consultant at the Music Sales Group. Music Sales is one of the world’s leading independent music publishing companies with offices worldwide. It is active in many music-related fields including copyright ownership and promotion. Previously, Max held positions as Music Researcher for Leland Music, Sync consultant for Chelsea Music Publishing and Representative for Mad Planet, all sync licensing related roles.  *note: The Music Sales Group, since recording this conversation, has change it's name to The Wise Music Group.*The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
James and Max discuss the many faces and forms for using shock and being brave with music in advertising, films and TV. How the unexpected twists our perceptions and gives a fresh feel to experience.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music discussed in this conversation.Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated James Bargent, who has a BA Honors First Class in Professional Musicianship from the Brighton Institute of Modern Music is a Producer at MassiveMusic which is a music agency with offices in Amsterdam, London, New York, Los Angeles and Shanghai. They create music for the world’s leading advertising agencies, brands, media and technology companies. Before joining Massive James worked in the sync department at Warner Music Group.MassiveMusicFacebook: @massivemusicagencyTwitter: @massivemusicInstagram: @massivemusicLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/49637/And joining James is Max Beattie, who has a BA in Anthropology from the University of Durham and a diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering from the Point Blank Music School is Sync Creative Consultant at the Music Sales Group. Music Sales is one of the world’s leading independent music publishing companies with offices worldwide. It is active in many music-related fields including copyright ownership and promotion. Previously, Max held positions as Music Researcher for Leland Music, Sync consultant for Chelsea Music Publishing and Representative for Mad Planet, all sync licensing related roles.  *note: The Music Sales Group, since recording this conversation, has change it's name to The Wise Music Group.*The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
George and Wayne take you through the world of Grime music, from it's origins through it's main artists to the social landscapes that inspired it, from it's gang elements to it's current world topping achievements. All told from the experience of being there.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music discussed in this conversation. Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.    Hello and welcome to the SyncLodge podcast Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music. For each episode we will bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of.With Lionel Lodge, the reluctant moderator, preferring to let his guests do most of the talking.  The EMP theme music players are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. The music played through the conversation was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge with loops supplied through looperman.com. Soft synth loop by https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=H1PRODUCERPiano loop by https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=JupiterWaveDrum loop by https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=prodHybridThis episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
George and Wayne take you through the world of Grime music, from it's origins through it's main artists to the social landscapes that inspired it, from it's gang elements to it's current world topping achievements. All told from the experience of being there. Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music discussed in this conversation. Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.    Hello and welcome to the SyncLodge podcast Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music. For each episode we will bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of.With Lionel Lodge, the reluctant moderator, preferring to let his guests do most of the talking.  The EMP theme music players are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. The music played through the conversation was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge with loops supplied through looperman.com. Soft synth loop by https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=H1PRODUCERPiano loop by https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=JupiterWaveDrum loop by https://www.looperman.com/loops?mid=prodHybridThis episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
Julie Weir and Digby Pearson, who have have helped launch the careers of many legionary heavy rock bands, discuss how they started their record labels, how they find new talent, the changes they have seen in the industry and the way they see it moving forward. They have supported, nurtured and empowered this crucial part of the music industry for decades and share the details of their experience.  Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music discussed in this conversation. Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.   Julie Weir is label head at Music For Nations which is a rock and metal label. Launched as an independent in 1983, Music For Nations established itself, early on, as a European leader in the rock and metal world. It now operates under the Sony Music umbrella. For two decades prior to this she ran her own independent rock labels (Cacophonous and Visible Noise) where she was responsible for breaking bands such as Bullet for my Valentine and Bring me the Horizon. She has run an independent publishing company, worked across events, sync and branding deals and even dabbled in artist management. She has consulted for and advised major labels on emerging talent.Digby Pearson is a British Indie record label owner born and raised in Nottingham, England. Having dropped out of university to throw himself into the grassroots music scene, as promotor, fanzine writer but first and foremost as a fan, a label seemed a next step. Despite having zero experience of business or any finances, founded Earache from his flat, a DIY shoestring operation which was on a mission to release records by the most extreme bands around, signing Napalm Death, Cathedral, Godflesh,  Entombed, Morbid Angel, Bolt Thrower, Carcass.For 3 decades Digby has navigated all the twists and turns of  the evolving music business landscape, anticipating the digital music revolution by signing Apple’s first Indie label deal. In recent years new young bands from the blues-rock scene became Digby’s sole focus, bands like Rival Sons, Blackberry Smoke, The Temperance Movement, Massive Wagons, all seemingly from nowhere gained the label more than a dozen Top 20 UK chart entries. Since 2017 Digby has diversified again, in addition to still being hands-on running the label, now 700+ releases deep, he also runs and curates the first ever heavy/punk/metal stages at Glastonbury and Boomtown festivals.The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
Julie Weir and Digby Pearson, who have have helped launch the careers of many legionary heavy rock bands, discuss how they started their record labels, how they find new talent, the changes they have seen in the industry and the way they see it moving forward. They have supported, nurtured and empowered this crucial part of the music industry for decades and share the details of their experience.  Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with the music discussed in this conversation. Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.   Julie Weir is label head at Music For Nations which is a rock and metal label. Launched as an independent in 1983, Music For Nations established itself, early on, as a European leader in the rock and metal world. It now operates under the Sony Music umbrella. For two decades prior to this she ran her own independent rock labels (Cacophonous and Visible Noise) where she was responsible for breaking bands such as Bullet for my Valentine and Bring me the Horizon. She has run an independent publishing company, worked across events, sync and branding deals and even dabbled in artist management. She has consulted for and advised major labels on emerging talent.Digby Pearson is a British Indie record label owner born and raised in Nottingham, England. Having dropped out of university to throw himself into the grassroots music scene, as promotor, fanzine writer but first and foremost as a fan, a label seemed a next step. Despite having zero experience of business or any finances, founded Earache from his flat, a DIY shoestring operation which was on a mission to release records by the most extreme bands around, signing Napalm Death, Cathedral, Godflesh,  Entombed, Morbid Angel, Bolt Thrower, Carcass.For 3 decades Digby has navigated all the twists and turns of  the evolving music business landscape, anticipating the digital music revolution by signing Apple’s first Indie label deal. In recent years new young bands from the blues-rock scene became Digby’s sole focus, bands like Rival Sons, Blackberry Smoke, The Temperance Movement, Massive Wagons, all seemingly from nowhere gained the label more than a dozen Top 20 UK chart entries. Since 2017 Digby has diversified again, in addition to still being hands-on running the label, now 700+ releases deep, he also runs and curates the first ever heavy/punk/metal stages at Glastonbury and Boomtown festivals.The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
What are Neighboring Rights? If you have played on a recording and it was played on the radio, in a club or in visual media then you should be collecting these royalties. They are being collected for you, but do you claim them? Naomi Asher, Anne Tausis and Stacey Haber are board members of  IAFAR (Independent Alliance For Artist Rights) and they discuss what Neighboring Rights are and how you can collect them. Best is to become a member of IAFAR so you can stay up to date with your rights and help support IAFAR in making sure new legislation is put in place to protect your rights. Naomi Asher is Vice President of International Neighboring Rights at Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Previously she was President and Company Director of Wixen Music UK LTD which is a publishing and neighbouring rights management company. Naomi is also the president and co-founder of the IAFAR.Ann Tausis, who has worked in the publishing and music rights sectors of the industry for over 30 years including senior positions at Universal Music Publishing Group and her current position of CEO of Kobalt Neighbouring Rights Limited. Ann is also Treasurer/Secretary and Vice Chair of the IAFAR.Stacey Haber is Head of Legal & Business Affairs at Inside Baseball Music Publishing. Stacey’s diverse professional life has taken her through many aspects of the entertainment and legal worlds. This includes television, theatre, music videos and feature films. Her in-house legal career began at Instinct Records, in private practice she was a senior lawyer at Simms & Walters LLP in NYC and Theodore Goddard in London working with the firm’s A-listers David Bowie, Elvis Costello and Tina Turner. Stacey is currently, in addition to her position at Inside Baseball Music Publishing, Founder of the multi-media company The Music Firm, Founder of Hope & Plum Book Publishing, Partner at FoxPin Artist Management and Business and Legal Head at the IAFAR.Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.  The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
What are Neighboring Rights? If you have played on a recording and it was played on the radio, in a club or in visual media then you should be collecting these royalties. They are being collected for you, but do you claim them? Naomi Asher, Anne Tausis and Stacey Haber are board members of  IAFAR (Independent Alliance For Artist Rights) and they discuss what Neighboring Rights are and how you can collect them. Best is to become a member of IAFAR so you can stay up to date with your rights and help support IAFAR in making sure new legislation is put in place to protect your rights. Naomi Asher is Vice President of International Neighboring Rights at Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Previously she was President and Company Director of Wixen Music UK LTD which is a publishing and neighbouring rights management company. Naomi is also the president and co-founder of the IAFAR.Ann Tausis, who has worked in the publishing and music rights sectors of the industry for over 30 years including senior positions at Universal Music Publishing Group and her current position of CEO of Kobalt Neighbouring Rights Limited. Ann is also Treasurer/Secretary and Vice Chair of the IAFAR.Stacey Haber is Head of Legal & Business Affairs at Inside Baseball Music Publishing. Stacey’s diverse professional life has taken her through many aspects of the entertainment and legal worlds. This includes television, theatre, music videos and feature films. Her in-house legal career began at Instinct Records, in private practice she was a senior lawyer at Simms & Walters LLP in NYC and Theodore Goddard in London working with the firm’s A-listers David Bowie, Elvis Costello and Tina Turner. Stacey is currently, in addition to her position at Inside Baseball Music Publishing, Founder of the multi-media company The Music Firm, Founder of Hope & Plum Book Publishing, Partner at FoxPin Artist Management and Business and Legal Head at the IAFAR.Please take our survey and let us know what you think, any and all feedback is very appreciated.  The background music players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. All other elements of the music was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses which are quite extensive.  Thanks all!Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this, Episode 51 (which is part of Series 5) of the SyncLodge Exploring Music Podcast we explore best practices for the independent music artist, the steps and perspectives needed to build a sustainable career in the music industry. With professional insights into how to build your career, from show strategy to industry relationships. This is the second part of a two part conversation. Sophie Small, COO and Head of Music at Music Gateway cut her teeth in the live sector as an intern and Artist Liaison at Festival Republic before moving to music tech platform, Music Gateway, in 2014. She joined the company as an intern and was promoted through the ranks to Marketing Manager in 2015 and Head of Operations in 2016. At 23, Sophie led her first major UK-wide campaign from inception to fulfilment, managing Music Gateway’s lead team, in partnership with Gibson Brands and Argos & Metropolis. Today, as COO and Head of Music, Sophie manages targets and KPIs across each department. She is passionate about levelling the playing field and empowering independents who need help creating, managing and monetizing their music.  And Joining Sophie is Rachael Scarsbrook.Rachael Scarsbrook works as the Music Promotions Manager at Music Gateway.  Rachael is charged with devising and delivering campaigns to help artists gain exposure across radio, DSPs, TV, Press & Online in order to build their brands and network of fans. She started out in music journalism at age 16 and went on to study journalism at university.  Rachael hosted and produced student radio and was the Music Editor for the student paper in print and online. She has gone on to be published in The 405, The Guardian, GoldFlakePaint, SOUNDS Magazine, Highclouds & Renowned For Sound.  Rach also writes festival reviews for Festival Republic and can be found working the merch desk of MUNA shows throughout the UK. She joined Music Gateway early last year after she sold the CMO a coffee in the cafe where she was working. She is, perhaps, too in love with the city of Los Angeles--a love which blossomed after flying there on a whim to see Haim play for the 36th time.   For more information on Music Gateway please visit www.musicgateway.comThe music for this episode is by the Lex Records recording artist GILA from the album Energy Demonstrations, including tracks Mana Orange, Buffalo 2 Miami, Pacifico Entrancer, and Late Night Fighter. For more information please visit www.lexrecords.com The EMP theme music players are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan. The music played through the conversation was composed, engineered and mixed by Lionel Lodge.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. For more information on their services please visit www.thejoint.org.ukThe Exploring Music Podcast is produced by SyncLodge, the sync licensing project management system. For more information please visit www.synclodge.com If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production of future episodes.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
The SyncLodge Podcast Series Exploring Music Trailer, to give you a bit of a taste of what is to come when we launch Series 1 on November 4th at 5am UK Time.  SyncLodge podcast Exploring Music, where we explore the obscure, where we delve in deep, into the vast vaults of great, but maybe, not so known, music. For each episode we will bring together two music industry professionals, to discuss in depth an area of music they are passionate about and have an intimate knowledge of.My name is Lionel Lodge and I will be your reluctant moderator, preferring to let my guests do most of the talking.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this conversation Mark Garfield and Jonathan Watts discuss the obscure gems they find more and more called for in sync licensing.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 3 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention.  Mark Garfield of Pop-Up Music and Jonathan Watts of Adelphoi Music discuss the rare finds, the lost gems, the unusual music that they have unearthed for use in visual media sync licensing. Mark Garfield is the founder and co-director of Pop-Up Music, a global music library and publisher that provides music for sync licensing. Pop-Up has placed music with global advertising agencies such as McCann Erickson and Saatchi and Saatchi, in ad campaigns for Estee Lauder and NAB, in films such as Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Vox Lux (the Natalie Portman movie) and Prospect, in video games like Far Cry 5, in TV series for Netflix, CBS, BBC, Starz and The History Channel among many others. Pop-Up has built a very interesting catalogue that covers a lot of quite unusual music. Mark is also a professional musician who has toured and recorded as a drummer for over twenty years, plus he has a long history of music production and song writing. And joining Mark is Jonathan Watts. Jonathan is music producer and music supervisor at the multi award winning Adelphoi Music, which is a team of musicians, composers, producers, DJs and passionate music fans and whose extensive client list includes Nike, Lacoste, Qatar Airways, BMW, Ralph Lauren, Virgin, Amazon, Google, among many other world leading companies. Before his close to 5 years at Adelphoi, Jonathan held positions of Head of Production at Tsunami Music, Music Supervisor and Partnerships Manager at Square Enix specifically working on the game Sleeping Dogs, Business Development Manager plus Radio Presenter at the Ministry of Sound.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this conversation Mark Garfield and Jonathan Watts discuss the obscure gems they find more and more called for in sync licensing.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 3 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention. Mark Garfield of Pop-Up Music and Jonathan Watts of Adelphoi Music discuss the rare finds, the lost gems, the unusual music that they have unearthed for use in visual media sync licensing. Mark Garfield is the founder and co-director of Pop-Up Music, a global music library and publisher that provides music for sync licensing. Pop-Up has placed music with global advertising agencies such as McCann Erickson and Saatchi and Saatchi, in ad campaigns for Estee Lauder and NAB, in films such as Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Vox Lux (the Natalie Portman movie) and Prospect, in video games like Far Cry 5, in TV series for Netflix, CBS, BBC, Starz and The History Channel among many others. Pop-Up has built a very interesting catalogue that covers a lot of quite unusual music. Mark is also a professional musician who has toured and recorded as a drummer for over twenty years, plus he has a long history of music production and song writing. And joining Mark is Jonathan Watts. Jonathan is music producer and music supervisor at the multi award winning Adelphoi Music, which is a team of musicians, composers, producers, DJs and passionate music fans and whose extensive client list includes Nike, Lacoste, Qatar Airways, BMW, Ralph Lauren, Virgin, Amazon, Google, among many other world leading companies. Before his close to 5 years at Adelphoi, Jonathan held positions of Head of Production at Tsunami Music, Music Supervisor and Partnerships Manager at Square Enix specifically working on the game Sleeping Dogs, Business Development Manager plus Radio Presenter at the Ministry of Sound.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this conversation Mark Garfield and Jonathan Watts discuss the obscure gems they find more and more called for in sync licensing.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 3 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention. Mark Garfield of Pop-Up Music and Jonathan Watts of Adelphoi Music discuss the rare finds, the lost gems, the unusual music that they have unearthed for use in visual media sync licensing. Mark Garfield is the founder and co-director of Pop-Up Music, a global music library and publisher that provides music for sync licensing. Pop-Up has placed music with global advertising agencies such as McCann Erickson and Saatchi and Saatchi, in ad campaigns for Estee Lauder and NAB, in films such as Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Vox Lux (the Natalie Portman movie) and Prospect, in video games like Far Cry 5, in TV series for Netflix, CBS, BBC, Starz and The History Channel among many others. Pop-Up has built a very interesting catalogue that covers a lot of quite unusual music. Mark is also a professional musician who has toured and recorded as a drummer for over twenty years, plus he has a long history of music production and song writing. And joining Mark is Jonathan Watts. Jonathan is music producer and music supervisor at the multi award winning Adelphoi Music, which is a team of musicians, composers, producers, DJs and passionate music fans and whose extensive client list includes Nike, Lacoste, Qatar Airways, BMW, Ralph Lauren, Virgin, Amazon, Google, among many other world leading companies. Before his close to 5 years at Adelphoi, Jonathan held positions of Head of Production at Tsunami Music, Music Supervisor and Partnerships Manager at Square Enix specifically working on the game Sleeping Dogs, Business Development Manager plus Radio Presenter at the Ministry of Sound. Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 3 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention. We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
This episode is going to be a little different from the others. In this episode we will be discussing advice for new artists, how to prepare for live shows/festivals - how to stand out from the crowd and why new music finds it very difficult to get seen and heard. Peter Moore, has been working in the entertainment industry for over 25 years including holding the position of product manager at Sony Records. He is the Co-Founder of PRB Media and also of Seamless Entertainment Ltd. PRB Media places music in film & TV, with clients including Universal, Paramount, HBO, Disney and Warner Brothers. Seamless Entertainment was formed through the Prince’s Trust and has produced live events for audiences ranging in size of up to 50,000 people. With strong expertise in music festival management, Peter advises UK & European festivals on structure and financing. Peter has also advised young people on the Music, Film & TV industries under the New Deal for the Media program with the UK Government. For this work, Peter was awarded entrepreneur of the year, two years running, by the Institute of UK Directors and Hewlett Packard. Peter continues his advisory work, working with the UK music industry governing bodies, including the Association of Independent Musicians. And joining Peter is Mark Jennings. Mark is CEO of Subba Media, which runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a fan generated reviews platform for music and festivals. Mark has worked in digital publishing and advertising his whole career. He's witnessed the change in audience participation across digital media and is aiming to disrupt the music media landscape through Subba Media.  Subba Media runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a TripAdvisor style fan reviews platform for music and festivals.  Peer-to-peer content is trusted by fans, festivals, artists and venues and aims to put artist’s and fans center stage. Subba-Cultcha.com publishes over 6,500 fan reviews per year; featuring reviews of more than 3,000 bands/artists and over 150 festivals in the US/Europe/Asia.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
This episode is going to be a little different from the others. In this episode we will be discussing advice for new artists, how to prepare for live shows/festivals - how to stand out from the crowd and why new music finds it very difficult to get seen and heard. Peter Moore, has been working in the entertainment industry for over 25 years including holding the position of product manager at Sony Records. He is the Co-Founder of PRB Media and also of Seamless Entertainment Ltd. PRB Media places music in film & TV, with clients including Universal, Paramount, HBO, Disney and Warner Brothers. Seamless Entertainment was formed through the Prince’s Trust and has produced live events for audiences ranging in size of up to 50,000 people. With strong expertise in music festival management, Peter advises UK & European festivals on structure and financing. Peter has also advised young people on the Music, Film & TV industries under the New Deal for the Media program with the UK Government. For this work, Peter was awarded entrepreneur of the year, two years running, by the Institute of UK Directors and Hewlett Packard. Peter continues his advisory work, working with the UK music industry governing bodies, including the Association of Independent Musicians. And joining Peter is Mark Jennings. Mark is CEO of Subba Media, which runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a fan generated reviews platform for music and festivals. Mark has worked in digital publishing and advertising his whole career. He's witnessed the change in audience participation across digital media and is aiming to disrupt the music media landscape through Subba Media.  Subba Media runs Subba-Cultcha.com, a TripAdvisor style fan reviews platform for music and festivals.  Peer-to-peer content is trusted by fans, festivals, artists and venues and aims to put artist’s and fans center stage. Subba-Cultcha.com publishes over 6,500 fan reviews per year; featuring reviews of more than 3,000 bands/artists and over 150 festivals in the US/Europe/Asia.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this conversation Greg Brimson and Bob Brimson discuss the origins, influences and continued influence of the 1960's British acoustic music explosion from first hand experience. Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 2 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention. Spotify has no Derek Brimstone (what?!?) so here is a video of him live in 1994.Greg Brimson, a multi award winning Producer, Remixer, Studio Engineer, Musician and composer who has achieved international chart success working with artists as diverse as Eminem, The Levellers, Gary Numan, Bush, Natalie Imbruglia and on and on. He is founder of Defacto Records and Tuune TV plus he continues to be active in A&R consulting.And joining Greg is his brother Bob Brimson who spent the last 20 odd years fronting up Universals live operation and video departments.  Starting out as guitar tech and tour manager for the likes of Terence Trent D’Arby, Alison Moyet and Kirsty McColl, then co-manager of Britpop outfit Echobelly and a short stint with his heroes XTC he took the company shilling as Head of A&R for Arista Records but soon moved to Universal – he semi-retired after being in charge of the spending for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Olympic Games in London in 2012.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this conversation Ivan Chandler and Billy Reeves discuss the origins, influences and the lasting effects of R&B, Soul and Northern Soul of the 1960's.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 2 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention. Ivan Chandler, of Musicalities which is one of the UK’s leading music consultancy companies, is an expert in music copyright. He is also a music supervisor, music licensing executive, music publisher, lecturer, a forensic musicologist, a music composer and a keyboard player (who, back in the 60’s played with Dusty Springfield and Cat Stevens among others). In the 1980's Ivan was head of Motown publishing in the UK.And joining Ivan is Billy Reeves who is a songwriter, musician, record producer and an award-winning BBC Radio producer and broadcaster.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure.Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
In this conversation Ivan Chandler and Billy Reeves discuss the origins, influences and the lasting effects of R&B, Soul and Northern Soul of the 1960's.Click to listen to a Spotify playlist with all the music mentioned in the 2 parts of this conversation, all listed in order of mention. Ivan Chandler, of Musicalities which is one of the UK’s leading music consultancy companies, is an expert in music copyright. He is also a music supervisor, music licensing executive, music publisher, lecturer, a forensic musicologist, a music composer and a keyboard player (who, back in the 60’s played with Dusty Springfield and Cat Stevens among others). In the 1980's Ivan was head of Motown publishing in the UK.And joining Ivan is Billy Reeves who is a songwriter, musician, record producer and an award-winning BBC Radio producer and broadcaster.We decided that just conversation on podcasts was lacking atmosphere, so we have written and recorded unique music for each conversation. The players on this episode are Joe Schirl on bass guitar and Peter Mayerhofer on hand pan.This episode conversation was recorded at The Joint in the Kings Cross area of London, England. Click here for more information on their services. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, themes and/or guests, or comments on this episode, please let us know.If you wish to support us in producing this podcast series, please click the donate button. Any and all help will be put towards production expenses and let us afford to travel to far off lands to interview some of the most interesting and experienced music industry professionals about the music they treasure. Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=WVZLRF49C7Y6A&source=url)
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