Hella Good Records: Film & TV Placement - Electro-Rock Songs

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The deadline is approaching to submit to Hella Good Records, which has placed music in major TV shows and films such as One Tree Hill (CW Television Network), CSI:Miami (CBS), and The Happenning (Director: M. Night Shyamalan). They currently seeks to sign electro-rock artists to pitch for film and television placement opportunities./n/nThis listing is for a "Library Placement." If you are selected, this promoter will add you to their library of music to shop to clients who need music, but this does not guarantee placement.

Hella Good Records currently seeks to sign new artists to pitch for film and television placement opportunities. Their agreement is artist friendly and non-exclusive. You must own or control 100% of your master recordings and publishing (copyright). Your recordings must be of the highest record quality (no rough demos please).

They are looking for artists that sound similar to Phoenix, MGMT, Teddybears, Vampire Weekend, or Animal Collective. If you are an upbeat, positive, pop, electro-rock band please submit. Let them know how many songs you have in your album and if you have instrumental TV mixes of your songs (that's a mix without the vocals folks). The staff at HGR looks forward to hearing your awesome tracks.

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HGR (Hella Good Records) regularly adds music to their library which is pitched to music supervisors from major film and television companies. HGR has placed artists from their library in works such as: One Tree Hill (CW Television Network), Swingtown (CBS), CSI: Miami (CBS), Brotherhood (Showtime), All My Children (ABC) and advertisements including KIA and ESPN. This is a great opportunity for your music to be added to a premier film and television catalog.

HGR was established by premiere film and TV music composers, producers and supervisors at Bad Ass Music. Their passion for exposing new artists to the business of film, TV and trailer music placement compelled them to create a record label with the goal of signing the very best indie bands and singer-songwriters suitable for one-stop licensing.