Tagged: licensing

What’s that Genre? #3: Moombahton

More often than not a sub genre is born of the combination of two existing genres. Taking characteristics from each genre, though not being able to be categorised as either, a new genre appears...

Top Scores #2: Jóhann Jóhannsson & Sicario

When it comes to composing scores for thrillers, there is often a trap that many composers fall into, one that can only be described as ‘Hans Zimmer syndrome’. From Gladiator to Batman to Pirates...

What’s that Genre? #2: Gabber

Seen as the edgier, alternative younger brother of Amsterdam, Rotterdam has always been synonymous with new movements and rejecting the mainstream trends of it’s older brother. Which gives you the perfect contextual background when...

What’s that Genre? #1: Dolewave

If there’s one thing that never ceases to entertain us here at Tracks & Fields, it’s the bizarre and often obtuse ways some artists, labels, publishers and publicists qualify their music through genres. It...

Using Christmas charols in commercials and film

Using Christmas charols in commercials and film We are heading heavily towards Christmas and so our platform is receiving a growing number of requests looking for famous Christmas charols to be used in  a commercial or...