Amp Your Network + Know-How with AMP
November 27, 2013

We recently got a hot tip for you from client Elad Marish with Swell Music. Elad’s been helping spread the word about the Association of Music Producers’ great resources for fellow music producers. Turns out there’s a heck of a lot of perks that go along with AMP membership. Elad discovered AMP through composer and […]

MAM Family: Brian Englishman
November 27, 2013

Speaking of new composers working their way up in the scene, meet Brian Englishman. Since graduating a few years back, Brian has been non-stop hustling his way into great gigs and winning bids. “Creating relationships with new people, I try to convey a very ‘go-getter’ attitude (without sounding too ambitious),” says Brian. “You want to […]

Kerry Smith on Keeping Things Fresh
July 31, 2013

Composer Kerry Smith stumbled on a whole new realm of musical possibilities when he tackled his latest TV show theme project, Cinemax’s ‘The Girls’ Guide to Depravity’. “I discovered I really can do things that are outside of my comfort zone. if I set my mind and heart and intense interest into it.” “And secondly, […]

It’s hard to believe it all started with a bike and a webcam. But that’s indeed the case with Flip Baber’s strong run of ‘sound compositions’ over the last few years. Initial thanks goes to Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, who asked Flip back in 2006 to see whether it was possible to create Christmas music […]

Welcome Quake, Finger, Yessian, and Face the Music!
August 30, 2012

MAM is happy to announce the latest additions to our MAM Family: Face the Music, Yessian Music, Finger Music, and Quake Music. Clients and colleagues: Clicking on the logos above or links below will connect you with our new members’ websites and recent work. Keep an eye out for profiles in upcoming posts featuring these […]

DJ Dave Releases New ‘Mixologist’ Vid
July 30, 2012

Cheers to Elias Arts composer David Wittman and his Fog and Smog collective for their latest tune + music video, “Mixologist”. When asked what inspired the catchy lyrics about snooty ‘mixologists’ and their over-the-top bartending practices, Wittman said it was initially brought up by (wait for it…) a bar owner. The idea took root, and […]

Down Under Hopes for Wieden + Kennedy Return
July 30, 2012

Dan Wieden had lots to say at Cannes this year, including to Australian online news outlet mUmBRELLA. During an interview at the film festival, he suggested a possible W+K return to Australia if the market conditions were right. “We’ve had people in Australia before, and we’d would love to set up there again,” Wieden said. […]

MAM Family: Sherah Carney @ SESAC
June 19, 2012

Childhood memories often evoke memories of playing outside, favorite toys, and playing with neighborhood kids. For Sherah Carney, she fondly remembers frolicking around her dad’s music studio, playing with adult musical instruments and messing with the music label’s shrink wrap machine with her younger siblings. “I grew up sitting at the soundboard with my dad,” […]