Who doesn’t love a wholesome love song juxtaposed with a horror film? Barry Louis Polisar’s song “I Need You Like A Donut Needs A Hole” will be featured in the upcoming psychological thriller A Suitable Flesh, premiering worldwide at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 11th! Barry Louis Polisar Barry Louis Polisar is an American singer-songwriter, author, and poet, known for his work in children’s music as well as his infectious 1977 song “All I Want Is You”, which was used as the main theme of the 2007 hit film Juno. A Suitable Flesh After murdering her young patient, Elizabeth Derby, a once-esteemed psychiatrist starred by Heather Graham, helplessly watches her life spiral into a nightmarish maelstrom of supernatural hysteria and gruesome deaths, all linked to a seemingly unstoppable ancient curse.
Moving on from the 60’s style Psych-Pop of their last few singles, in their newest single “Hiding From” the mysterious duo King Complex leans into a dreamy 80’s inspired synth driven sound a-la Tame Impala and Empire Of The Sun. In their own words: I think it speaks to both our personalities heavily, in terms of wanting to withdraw from the world in some ways, while also being heavily emotionally tied to others. This masked Florida duo gained significant success from their single, “Dark Disco” which garnered over a million streams on Spotify. Always changing up their sound but exploring retro vibes from the past, this band’s ambiguous style continues to evolve. Although you might have no idea what they look like, you’ll never forget their sound!
In her latest single “LOZER (feat. A Z)”, EMM delivers a powerful performance and creative fusion of Pop and Phonk. Full of dynamic elements, EMM worked with producer Jason Mater to create a track that highlights the underground genre which connects gaming, comics, and electronic music. Lyrically, I wrote LOZER (With A Z) about losing fear of what others think. I’ve never really fit in and I’ve had to learn to accept and celebrate myself as I am. The song is funny and lighthearted (“I heard she used to sniff sharpies”) and self deprecating (“I’m such a fucking loser”), but also recognizing the empowerment and freedom in self acceptance (“I love the way I am cause I’m a God damn star). A multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter and four-octave vocalist, EMM isn’t your traditional LA pop singer. She’s unapologetic, fierce and thrives as a self-made independent artist. With over 100 million streams […]
Dom Jones is a force. This immensely accomplished and gifted singer, songwriter and producer just DOMinates every genre she touches. With ROTUND, her production duo with longtime collaborator Eric Fells, now she’s out to make hip hop her DOMinion. Their new single “Champion” is a sports themed trap track, one that you rarely hear from a female perspective. Short and straight to the point, “Champion” showcases Dom’s effortlessly powerful flow and confident swagger.. Originally from Oakland, California but now based in LA, Dom Jones is a musician, author, and creative entrepreneur. The recipient of a wide range of impressive musical accolades and a sync licensing professional in her own right (if you know, you know!), Dom has hit the ground running in LA as a rising young artist across multiple genres. Her main collaborator, producer and film composer Eric Fells, is the secret sauce behind Dom’s slick production chops in […]
“Moviendo”, the hot new single from JACE Carillo captures the essence of a tropical romance. Set to a Caribbean flavored AfroPop beat, the song employs elegant aquatic metaphors in Spanish comparing the chemistry between lovers to salt and water in the ocean. JACE, a Venezuelan-Canadian, collaborated with Panamanian artist Alyko in his home studio in Montreal to write and produce “Moviendo”. Taking inspiration from other artists such as Ric Hassani, Yera, and Omah Lay, JACE’s new single creates an irresistibly sexy tropical vibe. JACE Carrillo is a singer-songwriter-producer originally from Valencia, Venezuela who has gained recognition across Latin America as well as his new home in Montreal, Canada. With nearly one million streams across platforms, his unique sound combines Latin music with traditional American styles.
There’s always one in the deck. ‘Wild Card’, the latest EP from Rochelle Bloom takes listeners on a dark journey tackling themes of self-empowerment, culture, relationships, and the unsettling idea of settling. Known for her effortless flows over dark and hard-hitting beats, this new EP doesn’t disappoint. The Atlanta-based hip-hop artist is undoubtedly lyrically gifted and has established a space for her unique sound within the industry. In addition to opening for heavy hitters like Ludcaris and Rae Sremmerd, her track “Dandylion” was featured on the series reboot of “Charmed”. As she continues to put her pen to work, be sure to keep tabs on all her upcoming releases.
You’re not too fancy for Cheesesteak Pizza, are you? We’re certainly not! Neither are Bryce Green and 81m, whose aptly titled song “Fancy” is the soundtrack to Pizza Hut’s new campaign promoting this carnivorous creation. Nashville songwriting team 81m is composed of seasoned songwriter/producers Eric Olson and Sammy Martin. Their frequent collaborator, rapper Bryce Green has toplined many songs with the team including the hard hitting track “BOOM” which was recently featured on Bel-Air and The Rookie: Feds. These guys are a powerhouse team! Check out the official trailer below:
Courtesy of our partnership with Leeway in South Korea, we’re heungbunhan to announce that “cocoa” by the indie K-Pop artist Sweet The Kid is being featured in the new romantic dramedy series XO, Kitty. The full first season drops May 18th on Netflix and the song appears in episode 6. Don’t miss it! Sweet The Kid Sweet The Kid is a South Korean independent R&B singer-songwriter and lyricist usually writing about love and expressing over aurally minimalistic melodies with a remarkable vocal ability and style. “XO, Kitty” on Netflix This spin-off of the “To All the Boys” film series follows Kitty Covey, who believes she is extremely knowledgeable on love and moves halfway across the world to Korea, aiming to reconnect with her long-distance boyfriend. She finds, however, that a relationship is much more complex when it is her own feelings of love at risk. Check out the official trailer […]
In Daz Rinko’s latest song “loml”, is a sexy, upbeat, bass driven hip-hop track that’s all about saying whatever it takes to get with a girl. The title being short for “love of my life”, ironically is just kind of something you say as a means to an end to hook up. Memphis-based hip-hop artist Daz Rinko has developed his own unique style within the genre which consists of a Southern-tinged fusion of rap, jazz, EDM, nu-disco and R&B. Since signing with Bodega Sync he’s become a favorite within the sync community with past placements on All American: Homecoming, FBoy Island, Bull, Twentysomethings: Austin and an upcoming placement this month on the season finale of the Disney series Saturdays!
Another one for Daz Rinko! “When You Call Me” is being featured in the season finale of the new coming-of-age comedy series Saturdays, premiering on the Disney channel on May 12th and available for streaming on Disney+ the following week. Don’t miss it! Daz Rinko Daz Rinko is a Hip-Hop artist from Memphis, best known for his upbeat, positive jams, and genre-blending style with an irresistible Southern groove, effortlessly tackling difficult topics like love or religion. This is Daz’s fifth placement with Bodega Sync after those on Twentysomethings: Austin, Bull, FBoy Island and All American: Homecoming. “Saturdays” on Disney Channel 14-year-old Paris Johnson and her best friends Simone and Ari hone their roller-skating skills on the cool parquet floor of Saturdays, a local skating rink in Chicago. Together they form the We-B-Girlz skate crew and are determined to show and prove they have the hottest skate routines on the planet. […]