Music Licensing

Wearing the Producer’s Hat

As Sounds Dangerous develops its footprint in Hollywood, we can now add both ‘Film Producer’ to our list of services and the short film ‘The Release’ to our ever developing portfolio of work. Written and directed by John Sideropoulos, produced by Mike Leahy and Chris Falson with immense production assistance from Tony Green (sound mixing and sound design) and Sandra… Read more →

Imagine Communications

While we do prefer being a ‘production partner’ from the very beginning of a project, we have somehow earned a reputation of the ‘quick turnaround’ guys. This is another one of those “we need it yesterday” calls. While the job had its brain draining challenges, what made the task more pleasurable  was that we were working once again with Bill… Read more →

Droid Bishop: The 80’s Never Sounded Better

This week’s favorite album down here in the Sounds Dangerous offices is “The Irrelevance of Space & Time”, the new release from Droid Bishop, the alter ego of Sydney born/ LA based musician, James Bowen…. brother of Sam Sparro… and son of Chris Falson. If you haven’t heard Droid’s Synth-Wave homage to the classic electronic ‘space cadet’ music from the 80’s… Read more →

LA Needs Another Guitar Player

I arrived in LA in ’93 armed with a few guitars, an indie publishing deal and recording contract with a small US label. I was living the small town dream in the big smoke. However the initial euphoria of the palm tree laden streets, the Hollywood sign and the back wall of the Guitar Center on Sunset Boulevard (guitar heaven)… Read more →

Music Supervisors and Crisis Management

When I first entered the music licensing world as a songwriter/producer one of my early ‘new comer’ observations was that the majority of music requests seemed to be in that ‘last minute panic mode”, especially those concerning the US network episodic television placements. There are many reasons for this… tight deadlines, shifting budgets, last minute scene additions or edits and… Read more →