Category Archives: Licensing

Melvins’ Buzz Osbourne talks about getting song on ‘True Detective’

Posted by on April 28, 2014

[youtube][/youtube] McConaughey. Harrelson. Melvins. It’s a dream team, really. Those that watched HBO’s True Detective earlier this year were probably very excited to hear Melvins’ “A History of Bad Men” in an episode of the show (the same one that also featured Sleep and Primus). In an interview with Indianapolis’ Nuvo, Buzz Osbourne explained that while he […]

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Russian Circles make it to the Stanley Cup playoffs

Posted by on April 23, 2014

[youtube][/youtube] If you watched the Olympics (we didn’t) or are paying attention to the Stanley Cup Playoffs (we are), then you might have heard something familiar. Especially if you’re a fan of Chicago instrumental trio Russian Circles. In a spot called “Love & Hate,” the band’s “Mladek,” from 2011’s Empros, is used. It’s oddly edited if […]

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Finally, AC/DC Have Their Own Beer

Posted by on February 28, 2013

When you think about it, if any band have earned the right to their own beer, it’s AC/DC. Their fans range in age from nowhere near old enough to drink to decrepit, even soccer moms know the chorus to “You Shook Me All Night Long” and most of their music sounds like it was written for the […]

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Guest Blog: Soundcloud And Maintaining Control Of Your Music

Posted by on November 2, 2012

Mark Lafay runs a technology/creative firm in Indianapolis and also a blog, This article is reprinted from there with his permission. Ever heard of the site, SoundCloud?  They claim to be the “world’s leading social sound platform where anyone can create sounds and share them everywhere. ”  It’s a great site that is hyper-focused on creation […]

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