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We’re thrilled to announce that the 1994 Israeli hit song “Tzilo Shel Yom Ka’Itz” by Izhar Ashdot will be featured in episode 102 of the new FX and Hulu’s series “Fleishman Is In Trouble”. The first two episodes premiere on Thursday, November 17th, with new episodes following weekly. Don’t miss it! Izhar Ashdot Born and raised in Israel, Izhar Ashdot is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer, and also a a co-founding member of the successful Israeli rock band T-Slam. He has worked with numerous renowned Israeli artists such as Ofra Haza, for whom he produced “Im Nin’Alu”, a number 1 single and second best selling in Europe, topping the Eurochart and receiving heavy rotation on MTV. “Fleishman Is In Trouble” on FX/Hulu Based on the popular book by Taffy Brodesser-Akner, the series follows recently divorced 41-year-old Toby Fleishman as he dives into the brave new world of app-based dating. He’s […]

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Out this week, ok, tyler’s new album ‘PROFESSIONAL PRETENDER’ takes us on a journey through a range of genres and emotions, showcasing his exceptional range as an artist, producer and musician. Peppered with ethereal voice memo vignettes, the album heads off in totally unexpected directions but is tied together by Tyler’s authentic emotional depth and subtle dark humor. For example, the opening track “Jenny, u were my first” is a super catchy song with a jazzy sax solo that’s about falling in love with your dead girlfriend’s sister. Originally from Tennessee but now based in NYC, Tyler Moore is a pure one-stop shop writing and self-producing all his own music. Although not tied to a specific genre, when pressed he describes his music as a cross between Rex Orange County, Dominic Fike and The 1975. Having already had his music synced in Netflix’s “Devil In Ohio” and “Pieces Of Her”, […]

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We’re pleased to announce that “Gasoline” by Meg Toohey will be featured in episode 304 of the FOX series “Call Me Kat” airing TONIGHT at 9:30 pm ET! Meg Toohey Based in New York City, Meg Toohey is a Grammy- Nominated Songwriter, Producer, and Multi-instrumentalist. She’s also been everywhere outstage, from Broadway playing in Waitress, the Sara Bareilles’ Broadway musical, to touring all over the world with Grammy-winning artists, and her music has been placed on shows like Gossip Girl, Vampire Diaries, and Pretty Little Liars, an in ad campaigns for Apple, among others. “Call Me Kat” on FOX Based on the BBC original series “Miranda” and starring Mayim Bialik, Call Me Kat follows the story of a woman who struggles every day against society and her mother to prove that she can still live a happy and fulfilling life despite still being single at 39. Which is why she […]

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We’re very excited to announce that a cover of “The More We Get Together” by Rachel Mazer is being featured in a TV commercial for the grocery chain Wegmans. Rachel Mazer Rachel Mazer is an accomplished singer, songwriter, internationally touring multi-instrumentalist who recently recorded saxophone on Lady Gaga’s album Chromatica. Originally from the SF Bay Area, She has performed or recorded with many artists and bands including Alessia Cara at the People’s Choice Awards, the Steve Miller Band, Julian Allen, and many others. In 2019, Rachel released her debut pop-soul album ‘How Do We Get By’ which received attention from magazines such as Paste, American Songwriter, and Pop Matters as well as placements in Spotify’s Mellow Morning and Ready for the Day Playlists.   

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Coming through with another hip hop banger to add to the collection is Jenn Morel with her latest single, “Estilo Cochino”. The Dominican-American rapper’s infectious cadence and swagger definitely sets her apart from the rest. Switching up the flow and increasing intensity throughout the track, at the one minute mark she spits a lightning fast verse that would make Busta Rhymes blush. If that weren’t enough she also styled, produced and creative directed the one-shot music video (see below). Originally, Jenn started off as a dancer and social media/comedy influencer and quickly built a following from a short freestyle video that inspired her platinum hit record “Ponteme”. Over the past four years, Jenn Morel has blossomed into an international sensation and has garnered over 80 million streams worldwide. She has also had sync placements with brands like Samsung, Fortnite, and Just Dance. Who’s next? Is it you? Check out the video for “Estilo Cochino”:

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We’ve all probably felt stuck in certain relationships, contemplating whether we should stay or work up the courage to leave. JES’s new single, “Where Are You Now” guides us through her personal journey of self-realization as she struggles with the tough decision whether or not to walk away from a relationship. This empowerment track is filled with emotionally-driven lyrics and tied to a light and percussive melody that’s sure to give you that boost of encouragement to live life on your own terms. New York native JES has been craving her own lane in the industry since she was 14 years old. Over the years she has garnered three Grammy nominations, two Billboard #1 singles and over 190 million streams. She has also collaborated and toured as an opening act for Tiesto and appeared on his Grammy-nominated album, ‘Elements of Life’. Check out the video for “Where Are You Now”:

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The new album ‘Love Potion No. 9’ by emerging R&B artist Judaea, is an intimate look at the past few years of her life. The album opens with the ethereal intro track “Going My Way”, a song that speaks to themes of self-empowerment, self-love and determination for a better life. Across eight tracks, she shares her story of struggling with losing love and finding it again in herself and others. For me, creating music is about creating a moment and living in that moment, celebrating the love and light in that moment & then playing it over & over again. Judaea’s sound is a synth driven mix of R&B and Pop, paired with her soft and sultry vocals. Though lyrically a very personal and emotional album, her slick production and top notch songwriting manages to get your head moving along the way. In the leadup to her album release, Judaea’s single “I Wanna Feel” […]

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We’re thrilled to announce that “Get Down” by Gentry Kozia will be featured in episode 105 of the new docuseries “Gutsy”. The complete series will be available to stream on Apple TV+ starting September 9th. Gentry Kozia Born and raised in St. Louis into a family of singers and musicians, Gentry Kozia is holding down the mantle of artists like Prince, Jimi Hendrix, Donny Hathaway and James Brown. Kozia’s sound is self-described as a “touch of vintage soul with a little funk, layered with some rock rounded off with today’s sonics”. “Gutsy” on Apple TV+ This eight-part documentary follows hosts Hillary and Chelsea Clinton as they celebrate the gutsy women who inspire them. Based on The New York Times bestselling book, “The Book of Gutsy Women,” the docuseries features Hillary and Chelsea as they embark on a thought-provoking journey to speak with pioneering women artists, activists, community leaders and everyday […]

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Self-described “independent electro bedroom pop rapping rockstar” Blayne B. is making waves blending together pop and hip hop with a punk/emo sensibility. His new single “Carousel” is a quintessential young adult relationship song full of heartache and disappointment. Produced and co-written by Nashville producer Austin Bianco, this song cuts straight into the heart. Blayne B. makes music exploring his identity and intimacies with the world and the things inside of it. He makes songs for those who can’t express their feelings correctly. Growing up with anxiety he felt he could never express his emotions without being limited by his own brain, so making music allowed him to express his emotions and be vulnerable. His unique sound is inspired by influences like Daniel Johnston and Elton John as well as more contemporary artists like Post Malone and Tyler The Creator. Blayne’s music has been placed on ESPN and most recently the hit CW series “All American”, the first […]

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What do you do when your world burns down, and you’re the reason? That’s the question posed in “The Reason” by singer-songwriter Norman Alexander. Inspired by his own battles with love, this record was written during a period of reflection following the end of a relationship. Dealing with themes of personal responsibility and accountability, he explores the difficulty of coping with his actions and the ability to move forward. Towards the end of the song, a gorgeous string arrangement lifts up Norman’s thunderous voice, building to heights of emotion we simply don’t hear enough in music these days. Raised in Queens, NY, the soulful singer-songwriter honed his craft over the years as a self-taught artist. His immaculate vocals are filled with devotion, passion and artistry that grabs your attention and pulls at your heart strings. Check out the music video for “The Reason”, which has received more than 1.3 million views to date: