When needing to create a sense of dark tension, HBO/Cinemax knew what was up in its choice to use Colin Stetson's "Drown The Rats And Giants" for its promo for The Knick. A new Steven Soderbergh series featuring Clive Owen.
We've been saying for ages that Suuns "2020" was a sync hit waiting to happen. But much like those skin creams they sell on late night television, apparently Europeans have known this special secret for years while others lagged behind. Which was the same story for Suuns licensing. Enter the unlikely yet perfect pairing of an excellent Montreal rock band with one Kobe Bryant in the new Nike campaign. Watch those doors open.
With 12 Years A Slave winning the Golden Globe this month for Best Drama, and with Grammy season coming up, it's worth noting again that TSM had the only piece of licensed music in the film. An incredibly effective use of multi-instrumentalist Colin Stetson's "Awake On Foreign Shores". If you've seen it, you know what we're talking about.
In this episode of it, It Couldn't Happen To Nicer People... BMW "may not know where the road will take you", but it's safe to say that this sync money is will mean that Stepdad will know where it will take them.
At this point you pretty much can't watch an episode of NBC's breakout hit The Blacklist without hearing a TSM placement. Spank Rock, Suuns, Alice Russell, Emika, and Two Fingers to date. Go James Spader. You've come a long way since Pretty In Pink.
TSM is an independent music licensing and copyright administration company, founded in 2005 by a team of musicians, band managers, record label types, and serious copyright nerds. All stacked-up we've collectively logged over 75 years of music business experience. We represent an ever growing catalog of over 20,000 titles by international and domestic artists. We help music supervisors from the around the world find the perfect track for their film, TV, advertising, video games, and other projects. We track down every penny owed to every artist we work with.