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Indie Folk trio JEMS takes listeners on an introspective journey with their new single “Bury It” from their upcoming sophomore album “Back Around”. The song deals with self-reflection and the consequences of bottling up one’s own emotions. No matter how hard we try to hide or forget about certain feelings, they always tend to find their way to the surface one way or another. The song’s dynamic structure echoes the theme, starting off quiet and unassuming and then hitting you like a tsunami with a powerful, anthemic chorus. Based in Los Angeles, this trio is composed of the three complementary vocalists Jessica Rotter, Emily Colombier and Sarah Margaret Huff. Since their start in the summer of 2017, JEMS have built a notable following from the success of their debut album and mesmerizing live shows. They have performed on NPR’s World Cafe Live and toured with She & Him.

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Inspired by a butterfly observed on a trip to Costa Rica, Katmaz wrote the stripped down and intimate song “Blue Morpho”. Known for being unattainable by predators due to its unique flying patterns after being intoxicated with rotten fruit, the blue morpho lives in a state of unpredictability. Although content spending their life alone, the butterfly embarks on a life-long journey to find its mate. The song paints a metaphor with the animal’s erratic behavior and the elusive nature of a former lover. In 2020, native New Yorker and singer-songwriter Matt Kazmierczak embarked on a life-changing journey of self-exploration that took him to twenty national parks across the US. The three-month journey eventually led him to create his debut album ‘Tell Me How Great You Are’. Now that he’s gearing up for his second album release ‘Willoughby’ at the end of the year, Katmaz gives his listeners a glimpse of […]

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We’re thrilled to announce that “REVERSE” by Royalty Statements will be featured in the first episode of the ALLBLK six-episode docuseries Supa Girlz, premiering on Thursday, March 7th. Royalty Statements Royalty Statements is a music production team and creative collective known for their pan-Caribbean sound, incorporating elements from dancehall, reggaeton, konpa, and Brazilian carioca funk. Centered around producer duo Janlou “Dumi” Borges and Andy “Dru” Goicochea, the group blends together their Caribbean roots with global eclectic sounds. Supa Girlz on ALLBLK This series follows a dance season in the life of one of the best high school dance teams in the country: the Miami Northwestern “G Girls.” Led by a boldly unapologetic and visionary director, Traci Young-Byron, the “G Girls” have become a trend-setting viral sensation whose successes and struggles reflect those of the neighborhood they call home: Liberty City, Miami. Check out the official trailer here:

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We’re all probably feeling the “new year, new me” energy right about now, so Meresha’s upcoming single “Better” couldn’t come at a better time! This upbeat, glittery pop song is all about new love and feeling good about yourself. With maybe just a touch of shade to your haters. Originally from Poland and now based in Boca Raton, this talented young singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer started singing at the age of 12 and continued to hone her chops throughout her teenage years. Meresha adopted a DIY mentality when it came to her craft and has amassed a deep, self-produced catalog of what she calls “alien pop” music.

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We’re proud to announce that “My Way” by Mom Rock will be featured in episode 2 of the new sports docuseries The Dynasty: The New England Patriots, now streaming on Apple TV+! Mom Rock Canadian-American indie rock outfit Mom Rock combines the forces of Curtis Heimburger, Wilson Reardon and Tara Maggiulli. They got their start taking Boston’s college party scene by storm, and have since stolen the hearts of show-goers with electric live sets, infectious original tunes, and signature themed get-ups. The Dynasty: The New England Patriots on Apple TV+ This 10-part documentary features never-before-seen footage of the New England Patriots’ 20-year journey from struggling franchise to football dynasty. In the process, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and Robert Kraft reveal the cost of greatness. Check out the official trailer here:

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Gearing up for the release of her new album ‘(i think) i might be grown’, Mae Krell gives her fans a preview with the latest single “feeling too much”. Inspired by the emotions and revelations she and her girlfriend dealt with, the sentimental indie folk track is more than your typical love song. I have always been able to go on tour without worrying about my family and friends too much. I’ve built those relationships to be okay when I am away for a few weeks and not have anything change when I come back. This tour felt different because I truly just missed my girlfriend so much, and it was unusual for me that playing a show didn’t make that feeling of missing someone go away. It’s the first time that I really felt like I was risking losing someone to follow my dreams. Known for her exceptional lyricism, […]

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Holy Roller Baby is starting the year off strong with an electrifying and bad-to-the-bone track filled with swagger and energy. “How To Love A Ticking Time Bomb” taps into the retro side of 70’s blues rock with fuzzy guitar riffs that will have your hair all in a mess from headbanging! Frontman Jared Mullins was inspired to write the track after witnessing a woman drowning in during a flood: I was driving in the country during a very bad thunderstorm–the kind you’re normally supposed to take cover for. I didn’t. I was dumb. I kept driving even as the water on the road piled up and eventually became too much for myself and a batch of equally arrogant drivers who thought they could weather any storm. Eventually the water levels rose so much it flooded my car as I came to an underpass. The bridge water was high and as […]

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Music by two of our most synced NYC artists will be featured in episode 3 of the third and final season of Hightown, premiering on Friday, February 9th, on STARZ. BAILE Reed Kackley, the Brooklyn-based producer operating under the moniker BAILE, makes texturally rich dance music inspired by house and downtempo that blend foley recordings and warm analog synthesizers with subtle ambient elements. This is Reed’s fourth placement with Bodega Sync. The episode features his song “Naturally”, featuring vocalist Jenna Kyle. Diamond Qing Reminiscent of fellow rap divas Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice and Cardi B, Diamond Qing embodies the attitude of Harlem NY and manages to both attract and intimidate listeners with her untouchable swagger. This is Diamond’s sixth sync placement with Bodega Sync, with her song “Money Mouth” appearing in the episode. Hightown on STARZ Beatstar is the next generation of music games with a new type of rhythm […]

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Just in time for the big game, “Too Hot” by rapper Bryce Green & Nashville producer duo 81m is being featured this month in Pizza Hut’s Hot Honey campaign. These guys have been absolutely on fire, with their SECOND nationally broadcast commercial for Pizza Hut following their Cheesesteak Pizza campaign last spring and a bunch of other sync placements. Bryce Green x 81m The combination of Bryce’s explosive flow and the prolific creative energy of producer team 81m is a recipe for success. These guys are incredibly talented; with the ability to effortlessly create sync-friendly bangers with swagger, dynamics, positive vibes and that special sauce ad agencies look for. What’s in the sauce? Wouldn’t you like to know! Pizza Hut’s Hot Honey Pizza And Wings The new Hot Honey Pizza & Wings from Pizza Hut deliver an all-new blend of sweet & heat. Their habanero-infused honey sauce brings a spicy […]

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In Certainly So’s latest single “Patience”, the band explores the tumultuous ups and downs of a toxic relationship. Throughout the song there’s a sweet melody that carries listeners into a building crescendo filled with drums, guitar, soaring strings and swirling vocals. By the end it reaches an emotionally chaotic peak, while still remaining vulnerable. This song is the band’s first single of the year, the first of many leading up to the release of their new full length album later this Fall. Certainly So is an indie-rock quartet based in Nashville and made up of four long-time friends. Still fairly new to the industry as a band, they released their first full-length album in 2021 and haven’t looked back. Their music is exceptionally well written and produced, and of course very sync-friendly. We highly recommend you give them a listen!