Elite Emmy-winning and Grammy-nominated music supervisor returns to discuss how they authentically rendered 1959 Jewish summer resort culture in the Catskills for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, consulting with a French drag queen to conduct research for the series’ elegant jaunt to Paris, using her skills of persuasion to bring together a ‘70s rock-driven soundtrack for Joe Berlinger’s Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, and reuniting with Luca Guadagnino for the forthcoming HBO limited series, We Are Who We Are.
Brilliant music supervisor and founder of Deep Cut Music returns to discuss how she accomplished a near-impossible feat in licensing the entire Homecoming soundtrack from classic pre-existing film scores, the disconcerting parallels between contemporary American life and Gilead in The Handmaid’s Tale, propelling creepiness and otherworldliness with country ballads and French singers on The Act, the liberating and tear-inducing Ariana Grande sync during the pool party in Shrill, and a hint of what’s to come in the final season of Legion.
Celebrated music supervisor, Head of Film/TV at Faber Music, and co-team leader for Faber Alt. speaks on the core skills she honed during her time at HotHouse Music under Becky Bentham, the integral role of the enigmatic band, Unloved in the musical tapestry of Killing Eve, highlighting the newfound vulnerability of fierce assassin, Villanelle in season two, and crafting musical juxtapositions within the calamitous world of You Were Never Really Here.
Vivacious award-winning music supervisor and founder of Grand Plan Entertainment speaks on the dramatic storytelling and textured sonic landscape of Power, bringing together an elaborate and eclectic feast of music to support Lee Daniels’ vision for Empire, the obstacles in executing seamless onscreen performances, and her impression of Josh Safran’s upcoming musical drama show, Mixtape.
Influential music supervisor and co-founder of Casete Agricultura Digital speaks on the three years she invested in the magical universe of 10-time Academy Award nominee for 2019, Alfonso Cuáron’s Roma, the powerful feminist message at the core of Miss Bala, and how her work with Netflix has led to enriching collaborations worldwide.
Passionate Emmy nominated music supervisor speaks on tracking down Lucio Battisti’s widow to complete the Italian soundtrack of our dreams for Master of None, the challenge of getting artists to approve their songs for the purpose of psychological torture on The Good Place, going out with an expensive bang for The Office series finale, and her most memorable music pitch that was mistaken for an act of terror.
Powerful award-winning music supervisor and owner of whoopsie daisy speaks on paying respects to local Los Angeles artists in her energy packed soundtrack for All American, infusing the historical drama of Reign with enchanting contemporary cover songs, and reuniting with director, John Ridley for the anticipated time travel love story, Needle in a Timestack.
Vibrant music supervisor at Hit The Ground Running and founding partner of Pusher Music speaks on cultivating an eccentric soundtrack to contrast with the nerd zeitgeist of Silicon Valley, disrupting the trailer music space after the Hollywood writers’ strike, and teaming up with Mass Appeal to musically illustrate the stories of hip-hop titans for Rapture.
Eminent music supervisor and former head of film music at Lionsgate speaks on musically illustrating the unbelievable journey from Sri Lankan refugee to international superstar on Matangi/Maya/M.I.A, the resounding global impact of The Hunger Games franchise, and capturing the effervescent spirit of the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders for Daughters of the Sexual Revolution.
Gifted music supervisor and radio host speaks on her deeply compatible collaboration with Justin Simien and Kris Bowers to define the layered musical identity of Dear White People, authentically soundtracking the Civil Rights movement for Ava DuVernay’s gripping historical drama, Selma, and how contemporary music is continuing to transcend genre.
Veteran music supervisor and co-founder of the Guild of Music Supervisors speaks on the sparkling legacy of The Bodyguard soundtrack, rounding up rock legends for Wayne’s World, her unrelenting advocacy on behalf of music supervisors, and what variables can impact the perceived value of a copyright.
Grammy nominated music supervision warrior and founder of Spot Music discusses how he captured the essence and energy of Chicago for The Chi, his global treasure hunt to find undiscovered Bob Marley gems for the critically acclaimed Marley documentary, and offers his take on the current relationship between art and tech.
Industrious Creative Advisor and A&R Team Lead for award-winning Portland based agency, Marmoset Music speaks on the complexities of collaboration behind high profile ad campaigns, empowering Caribbean independent artists through Bacardi and Major Lazer’s Music Liberates Music initiative, and blending his passion for tech into his everyday work flow.
Consummate music supervisor and valued team member at SuperMusicVision dishes on the significance of Breaking Bad being her first project, her creative exchange with Judd Apatow to curate the musical experience for Love, and her impassioned dedication to LGBT activism, which led to the establishment of Dyke Day LA.
Illuminated and experimental music supervisor speaks on her trial by fire entry to the field after the success of The Duplass Brothers’ The Puffy Chair, her complex collaboration with Noah Hawley and Jeff Russo to manifest the psychedelic atmosphere of Legion, and how a sync from Fargo led to the expansion of a farm in Zambia.
Dynamic founding partner of Secretly Group, co-owner of Fort William Artist Management, and burgeoning music supervisor speaks on the complex experience of soundtracking Netflix’s hit docuseries, Wild Wild Country and his progression from bootstrapping an indie label in his Indiana dorm room to managing a lavish portfolio of businesses within the music industry.
Guild of Music Supervisors Award winning dynamo, integral Neophonic Music & Media team member, and founder of Tadpole Audio dishes on tapping into the psyche of a murderer for American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, her creative synergy with PJ Bloom, and her top tips for getting a response from a music supervisor.
First lady of the Black Ink Crew franchise and founder of Vinyl Rules Music Supervision speaks on synching Macklemore ahead of his widespread success, what to expect sonically from Eat, Brains, Love, and the nuanced art of pitching your music for success.
Music supervision prodigy, eminent record producer/DJ, and all-around cultural tastemaker speaks on the current state of popular music, shaping the wild sonic identity of Comedy Central's hit show, Broad City, and names his top "ones to watch" for the year ahead.
Hollywood Music in Media Award winning music supervisor behind Luca Guadagnino's Call Me By Your Name and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel dishes on going to bat for Mariah Carey, sacrificing precious vacation time, and convincing Thom Yorke to score the remake of 70's cult horror film, Suspiria.
The imaginative Guild of Music Supervisors Award winning ladies of Whirly Girl Music speak on the journey of sourcing country gold for Nashville, co-writing a song with Matthew McConaughey for Magic Mike, and learning the language of opera for Mozart In The Jungle.
Guild of Music Supervisors Award nominee and Liza Richardson's right-hand man dishes on the importance of giving credit where it's due, what licensing can do for independent artists, and how not becoming a contestant on Survivor was a blessing in disguise.
Music wrangler and president of Picture Music Company celebrates her Emmy nomination for Stranger Things in the first ever "Outstanding Music Supervision" category and gives us a rundown of the stirking music from "The Weirdo on Maple Street" episode.
Indie film savior and owner of Sweater Weather Music speaks on the non-stop grind that fuels his success, his first time at Sundance with Clea DuVall's The Intervention, and the nuances of managing expectations.
PR maven and music detective for Donald Glover dishes on her newfound appreciation for hip hop since working on Atlanta, the power of yoga, and best practices for working in tandem with other creatives.
Tyler Perry's main man dishes on getting recognition from High Times Magazine, seeking to hire people who are smarter than him, and the labor of love in curating the sonic palette for Duane Adler's Heartbeats.
The man behind Ridiculousness speaks on reimagining Devo's Uncontrollable Urge, how he keeps his selections fresh 9 seasons later, and how his Excel chops landed him a long term gig with MTV.
MVP of this year's Guild of Music Supervisors Awards shares about his rewarding experience working on Oscar winning motion picture, La La Land, touring with David Bowie, and his treasured time with LucasFilm.
College DJ and artist manager turned music supervisor of Oscar nominated films and co-founder of one stop shop, Music and Strategy shares his most meaningful syncs and the excitement of working with Alan Menken.
Director of Music at Ignition Creative dishes on being on one of the first in-house music supervisors in existence, the joy of surprising clients with dark horse picks, and great advice to her younger self.
William Morris Agency lawyer turned John Wells collaborator dishes on the indie music of Shameless, e-mailing music from Darfur, and family time.
Award winning music supervisor at Aspect Ratio talks early beginnings, Bohemian Rhapsody, and his dream James Bond theme song.
Vice President of Music at Trailer Park discusses the success of the Suicide Squad trailer, Verdi's Requiem, and stress management.