- Cadium Music signs singer/songwriter CM Talkington.
- Rob Endling and Curtis Martin composed music for a new Lexus ad. Details in News section.
- Southbound 75’s video to “Not Ready to Say I’m Sorry Yet” added to The Country Network.
- Video to new song by Chester Rushing, “Slurpy Slide,” out now.
- Rob Endling, Curtis Martin and Sean Kennedy have co-writes, production work on new Ekoh album “The De2our.”
Sixlight Composes Ads for Lexus
Sixlight Productions, the duo of Curtis Martin and Rob Endling, has broken into the world of composing, which is never an easy thing to do. As a publisher who has represented composers with much more experience than Curtis and Rob, it’s encouraging to see people in the film world recognize the duo based on their track record. And Martin and Endling did it with a bang: Sixlight composes ads for Lexus. I have worked with Rob and Curtis for over a year now and watched them (from a distance) turn [...]
Southbound 75 Debuts Its First Video
Image from The Country Network clip of Southbound 75's "Not Ready to Say I'm Sorry Yet" Since signing to Bill McDermott's Roxy Entertainment Group, Southbound 75 debuts its first video, July 15. "Not Ready to Say I'm Sorry Yet" will premiere on The Country Network. The video intends to add momentum to the Tampa, Florida-based country rockers, who recently played a live show in front of a live audience (but safely, of course). Hopefully the video will lead to more social-distanced performances in the near future. The period [...]
Piel Releases “Easy As It Feels”
On the heels of their latest track, "Custodian," Piel releases "Easy As It Feels" as a short film. British actors, Adam Fielding and Poppy Lee Friar produced the video. The tandem took lead singer Tiki Lewis’ very personal lyrics and created a vignette that offers hope through harrowing times. Friar directed the clip. ACTORS MOVE BEHIND THE CAMERA Fielding and Friar may not be very well known in the U.S., but in their native England, they have quite a track record. Friar's role as Jayne Torvill in “Torvill and Dean” [...]
Tiny Desk Judges Discuss Piel
This past Thursday (6/24), NPR's Tiny Desk series, "Tiny Desk Contest Top Shelf," showcased five more finalists, one of them being Piel. The YouTube live stream included discussion by Tiny Desk's Bob Boilen and World Cafe's Raina Douris. The Tiny Desk judges discuss Piel at some length on the live stream. It included one other band, a rapper, a yodeler and an R&B solo artist, so it was a diverse group of acts on the bill. Piel was the fourth act to be discussed. The Boilen-Douris tandem did a great [...]