I am thrilled to announce that my music has been featured in the first season of Mind Your Matters on Netflix. My track “Prime Time,” published by Lift Music, can be heard in the Episode Elevate My Life.
As described in the Netflix Blog, Tudum, “Sara Jane Ho aims to help her clients create positive change in their lives. In Season 1 of Mind Your Manners, the etiquette expert works with six people from different backgrounds to develop their social skills, build confidence and improve their professional and personal relationships. Drawing on Chinese and Western perspectives, Ho offers a distinctive approach to navigating various social situations and cultivating good habits at home that serves as a foundation for personal growth.”
I am proud to announce a really cool placement of my track “There and Back” in the Investigation Discovery show Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda. “There and Back” is featured in the score of episode 6 of season 7 “Jeckyll and Hyde”.
Homicide Hunters showcases major cases from the career of retired Colorado Springs Detective Joe Kenda. Full Episodes are available for streaming on the Investigation Discovery Website
It’s a cool experience when a music placement helps you learn about a sub-culture that you didn’t know existed.
My track “Junior’s Blues” has gotten a lot of love recently from the Discovery Network, and was featured on Episodes 9 and 10 of the series “Vegas Rat Rods”
I’ve learned that rat rods are the grittier, no-frills cousin to hot rods. As described on Wikipedia, “Originally, rat rods were a counter-reaction to the high-priced ‘customs’ and typical hot rods, many of which were seldom driven and served only a decorative purpose. The rat rod’s inception signified a throwback to the hot rods of the earlier days of hot-rod culture—built according to the owner’s abilities and with the intention of being driven. Biker, greaser, rockabilly, psychobilly, and punk sub-cultures are often cited as influences that shaped rat rodding.”
Heineken Singapore has used the track “Raise The Temperature” by Devin Arne and the track Golden Sky by Timofey Reznikov in their new Branded Film, Sunrise Powered by Dance. The film promotes the Zoukout Music Festival, an encourages moderate drinking.
From The Heineken Singapore YouTube Page: “Sunrise belongs to moderate drinkers. To encourage fans to pace their drinking, #HeinekenSG got them dancing till daybreak at Singapore’s most iconic outdoor dance music event. The reward? Welcoming the #HeinekenSunrise, a spectacular finale powered by dance.”