Positivity for the People
October 31, 2013

Not into October’s spooky stuff? Have no fear: MAM Fam clients were also busy making great music for projects that warm the heart and bring on the light.

Finger Music had a musical hand in a recent doc about Lowline NYC, an urban initiative to create an underground park — complete with natural sunlight — in an old subterranean depot beneath New York’s Lower East Side.

monsters calling home honda rpaRumble Music also did some marvelous musical storytelling for a short doc about Bryce, a wonderful young man who happens to have Spinal Muscular Atrophy and explores his world via wheelchair every day.

COPILOT’s music is featured in an promo for PopTech’s City Resilient, an innovative project with PopTech and the Brooklyn Acade
my of Music to brainstorm, discuss, and manifest self-sufficient cities in the midst of turbulent times.

And RPA helped Honda spread the word this month about a great young band — Monsters Calling Home — who for lack of a proper recording studio, opted to record their first album in a Honda. Drum kit and all. Honda saw the dream, and loved them back… all the way to a surprise live gig on Jimmy Kimmel.

Many thanks for your beautiful work with these inspiring projects, MAM Family!!

Lowline NYC (Finger Music)

Bryce’s Story (MDA)

City Resilient (PopTech)

Monsters Calling Home (Honda)

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