It’s been a Godsend, truly, I feel employed now! A seemingly non-stop source of work is what I always wanted to find.
In total this produced a further 3 albums and two EPs of recorded music so that really shows what you can get out of it
We produced singles and 5 albums with Sony Music & Universal Records. Followed by golden and platinum records and a Billboard Chart entry.
I’m a very worldly person so the fact you can find someone across the world that shares the same drive, creativity and commitment is great!
We immediately message each other if something comes up that fits our style and capabilities.
Not all collabs will end up with a finished project, but you’ll learn something new from every experience.
I’ve had the opportunity to meet collaborators from all over the world. Being UK & Brooklyn based, this never would've happened otherwise!
I love that my tracks and metadata can be stored in one place. It makes pitching to briefs and sending my music so simple!
The beauty was that Patrik and I were able to co-write from two different countries and still get an amazing result.
A key factor for me is their communication; a strong suit of Music Gateway is that they constantly update their members with new briefs.
My project lead to me working with 2 great producers for my 1st EP. Both were in separate locations, but didn't effect the recordings.
There’s always someone who can help my songs reach a higher level, and it is the best and easiest way to find and to communicate with them.
You don’t need to have a wealth of industry contacts to have a successful career. Project owners look at the quality of your pitch & music.
If I'm stuck on a lyric or vocal for a track, being able to bounce off people is invaluable. It makes collaborating so much more open.
Managing multiple projects will help, as some will be successful and some not. It's important to try and work with others & push yourself.
I've made a wonderful connection in Chicago & already co-written & performed all vocals as well as co-producing 5 songs in different genres.
I've been amazed by the response and quality of the music we received, Music Gateway is a great A&R resource & online community.
The site has opened me to a professional scene where I've received great support helping me navigate the music business.
They are changing the industry for the better, giving artists access to opportunities and for labels and music supervisors to A&R.
Before Music Gateway I was limited to writing in one genre. I now topline for various producers across multiple genres from EDM to Pop.
I have gained five times as many new clients from Music Gateway than I have from any other method, highly recommended.
I've had two remixes released on Spotify through Music Gateway collaborations. I've also collaborated with singers overseas and in Scotland.
I'm from Argentina and I found collaborators from Nigeria, India and UK. Great people and great collaborators!
A project helped me find a talented female singer. She recorded backup vocals for several tracks which will be on my new albums.
I've met some amazing artists here and many of them are serious people who are looking to move their career forward in music.
I have been seeking development to help my career and by joining Music Gateway it has literally, changed my life.
We secure some of the most exciting Sync placements for our talented Artists, Songwriters, Labels, and Publishers. This has been made possible by working with our established and growing network of skilled Music Supervisors within the Film and Entertainment industry.
Actress Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Prometheus) leads the action-packed Netflix thriller “Close” as a deadly bodyguard hired to protect a troubled heiress. Directed & written by Vicky Jewson.
Working with Music Supervisor Claire Freeman we secured two placements with tracks “Kerbela” from artist Orlando Lanzini and “Middle” from JP.
BAFTA award winning documentary following the reunion of brothers Matt & Luke Goss from the 80s pop band “Bros”. Watch how their journey to resolve past issues & deliver long-awaited shows at sold-out London O2 Arena gigs.
We secured a sync for Jess & James 60’s pop track “Move” through working directly with established Music Supervisor, Michelle De Vries.
Ridley Scott’s “The Terror” airing on AMC is a 10-part horror anthology series based on the bestselling novel by Dan Simmons.
With a catalogue full of nostalgic & vintage tracks suitable for period dramas, working with music supervisor Natasha Duprey we placed “Candy” by Jack Kluger & Jay Clever and his Orchestra.
The BBC drama “The Capture” was a huge hit. A 6-part mini-series about a persistent young detective who begins to discover a multi-layered conspiracy when handling the case of a British soldier who is charged with murder.
We placed a techno track for a specific club scene through Music Supervisor Michelle De Vries for this brief, which featured producer Politis’ track “Gravity” within the fifth episode.
“The Marvelous Mrs Maisel” is an Amazon original comedy/drama set in 1950s Manhattan following the life of Miriam “Midge” Maisel who is refinding purpose through stand up comedy after her husband leaves her for another woman.
We secured a sync for artist Lily Chao, whose track “Picking Tea Leaves and Catching Butterflies” was placed by Reel Music’s Robin Urdang.
“Moffie”, 2019 London Film Festival’s Best Film category nominee is a British South African LGBT biographical war drama written & directed by Oliver Hermanus. The film is based on an autobiographical novel by Andre Carl van der Merwe.
Working with Music Supervisor Jack Sidey led to us securing 4 amazing sync placements by 3 separate artists for this film including artists Denny Leroux, Structure and Steve Swindells.
Critically acclaimed Netflix Original series “Bloodline” is a drama/thriller based in the Florida Keys following the well-off Rayburn family (Kyle Chandler, Linda Cardellini) who has a dark past which slowly unravels leading to an uncertain future.
A sync placement was secured for the final season with “Never Been Good at Goodbyes” by Mike Goudreau & The Boppin’ Blues Band by experienced US Music Supervisor Mark Wike.
Biographical drama “American Soul” is a series on BET based on the ambitious story of Soul Train show creator and host Don Cornelius. Set in 1970’s Los Angeles, this is a series filled with iconic music, dancing & fashion.
We secured 60s soul group Bud Ross & Pals with their lively track “Do Your Own Thing” working directly with Music Supervisor, Ashley Neumeister.
“Ashes In The Snow” is a historical drama film based on true events starring Bel Powley (Diary of a Teenage Girl) & Sophie Cookson (Kingsman: The Secret Service). Set in 1941 during Stalin’s brutal dismantling of the Baltic region, Lina, a young aspiring artist and her family get deported to Siberia.
Our trailer placement was via LA advertising agency Soda Creative syncing independent artist NEVERGONE’s track “Motion”.
Def Jam signed artist & dancer Teyana Taylor stars in Universal Pictures’ “Honey: Rise Up and Dance”. Skyler joins a dance crew to compete for a college scholarship. Discouraged by her family & friends, she tirelessly practices amongst Atlanta’s underground dance scene.
Singer, Songwriter Tyler Shamy scored a major sync with “Work You Out” performed by Spencer Sutherland. Thanks to established Music Supervisor, Adele Ho.
An amazing 6-part BBC mini-series “The Little Drummer Girl” is based on John Le Carre’s best-selling novel. Actress and idealist Charlie gets drawn into high-stakes espionage. Starring Florence Pugh, Alexander Skarsgard & Michael Shannon.
Working with Air-Edel music supervisor Matt Biffa, we secured three sync placements for authentic Greek copyright music productions played during the opening scenes set in Greece.
eOne Entertainment’s “Private Eyes” is a crime-solving comedy/drama TV Series based in Toronto, Canada. It follows an ex-hockey player and private investigator who form an unlikely partnership.
The soulful R&B track “You Wreck Me” by Artists Kaki & Eddy Smith was placed in the opening scene of EP 9,, S3 through Canadian Music Supervisor, Dondrea Erauw.
Produced by NBC Universal “Girlfriends’ Guide To Divorce” is a TV series following a self-help book author who is recently separated and is navigating her life in Los Angeles as a single woman in her 40s.
Working with NBC in-house music supervisor Kerri Drootin, we secured a sync licensefor Artist Sounds Like Moving’s track “Away”.
Netflix original comedy series “Friends From College” stars Keegan-Michael Key (Key & Peele, Keanu) & Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother, Avengers). Experiencing nostalgia from their time at Harvard together, a group of friends try to manage their complicated lives whilst entering their 40s.
Music Supervisor Manish Ravel licensed a selection of Polish club music frok us for a nightclub scene featuring Weekend’s tracks “Ona Tanczy Dla Mnie” & “Dalem Ci Kwiaty”.
British Indie comedy film “Destination: Dewsbury” based almost entirely in West Yorkshire, follows 4 old friends on a mission to see their dying friend Frank for the very last time. The BBC reported that this made director Jack Spring the youngest feature film director at the time.
A song sync opportunity within the trailer was secured here through Music Supervisor Will Smith using rock band The Great Cynics’ energising track “Whatever You Want”.
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The Artist Development journey so far with Music Gateway has been wicked. They've helped me with things I hadn't even thought about.
Music Gateway is a great platform for musicians. It makes it easy to find people and is a great way of getting more work.
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