San Francisco, CA – June 30, 2022 – Seven Seas Music, the music supervisor’s go-to platform for discovering and licensing music from over 145 countries for film, ads and TV, has confirmed new placements from their diverse catalog of global music. “Don’t Pull the Form Under Me,” a song by Nigerian psychedelic funk band BLO will be featured in ABC Studios/FX’s hit show Snowfall. Additionally, La Felix, a Funk/Nu Disco artist based in Auckland, New Zealand saw his track “Get to You” used on the trailer for new Amazon film “My Fake Boyfriend,” which can be seen here
The placements follow Seven Seas’ recent announcement confirming agreements to represent the recorded music catalogs of celebrated labels Six Degrees Records, Altafonte Records and Putumayo Records, significantly increasing the depth and quality of their catalog.
Other recent Seven Seas’ artist placements include M Night Shyamalan’s Old, Marvel Studio’s Loki, Vice Presents, Ted Lasso, What We Do in the Shadows, Harriet The Spy, The Twilight Zone, Homeland, and Altered Carbon. Seven Seas’ artists have also been featured in ads for major companies such as Apple, Facebook, GoPro, DoorDash and Bonobos.
Music supervisors, producers and content creators can sign into sevenseasmusic.com to explore the streaming repertoire and easily find music by country, genre and mood via custom search tools and unique features. Users are able to purchase individual or blanket synchronization licenses in just one click. The company’s team of international music experts is also available around the clock to assist users in finding the perfect songs for their projects, including hard to find gems, fresh covers, and even coordinating bespoke music production. Seven Seas Music currently represents over 30,000 songs by 3,800 artists from all around the globe for synchronization, in addition to offering publishing administration services.
Seven Seas Music was founded in 2016 by Billboard Award-winning producer, author and former ESPN Music Director, Brooke Wentz, and seasoned Business and Legal Affairs professional Maryam Battaglia, who both continue to work together as music supervisors at The Rights Workshop.