Final 2019 In Review

2019 Sync Placements



We’d like to give a huge thanks to the Guild of Music Supervisors, as well as all of the music supervisors that have listened to our catalogue and placed our music over the years. We truly could not have come this far without you.



PLACEMENTS


  • Jan. 8th I M U R – “Breathless” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.01) 
  • Jan. 29th I M U R – “Lay Me Down” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.04)
  • Feb. 12th I M U R – “Bad Neighborhood” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.06)
  • Feb. 19th Chymes – “Dreaming” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.07)
  • Feb. 19th I M U R – “Little Death” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.07)
  • Feb. 26th Arbitraire – “YOUREALITY” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.08)
  • Feb. 26th Jade Monet – “You Sir” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.08)
  • Feb. 28th Cameron Brooks – “Vagabond” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.01)
  • Mar. 12th   Chymes – “Wild” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.10)
  • Mar. 12th   Debbie Reifer – “3 Days” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.10)
  • Mar. 14th   Cameron Brooks – “Vagabond” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.03)
  • Mar. 14th   Jade Monet – “To Be Wrong” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.03)
  • Mar. 21st   Cameron Brooks – “Vagabond” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.04)
  • Apr. 2nd   Arbitraire – “Compound” featured in Good Trouble (S.1 E.13)
  • Apr. 25th   Cameron Brooks – “Vagabond” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.09)
  • May. 2nd Cameron Brooks – “Vagabond” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.10)
  • May. 9th   Cameron Brooks – “Vagabond” featured in Better Things (S.3 E.11)
  • Jun. 25th Sara Phillips – “Six Feet Under” featured in Good Trouble (S.2 E.02)
  • Jul. 16th Mary Popkids – “Love Solution” featured in Good Trouble (S.2 E.05)
  • Jul. 16th I M U R – “Afterglow” featured in Good Trouble (S.2 E.05)
  • Jul. 23rd Erica McManus – “ISAURA” featured in Good Trouble (S.2 E.06)
  • Jul. 30th   I M U R – “Should Be” featured in Good Trouble (S.2 E.07)
  • Aug. 6th   Our Violet Room – “Cradle to the Grave” featured in Good Trouble (S.2 E.08)
  • Dec. 1st Middlemist Red – “Mellow” featured in Ray Donovan (S.7 E.03)


NEW ARTISTS

  • Mary Popkids (Budapest, Hungary)
  • Sara Phillips (Montreal, Quebec)
  • Psychic Wheels (Columbus, Ohio)
  • Ipps (Columbus, Ohio)
  • Our Violet Room (Denver, Colorado)
  • Crazy Bones (Toronto, Ontario)


EVENTS


  • January 25th Tony Crown Releases Burning the Roses EP .

                  Crown’s sophomore EP sets his expected acumen for alt-rock behind dense electronic backdrops 

                 and animated dub breakdowns. The release was accompanied by a music video for the EP’s title track, shot and edited by the album’s producer Andrew Stephen. 


  • January 31st Alice Osian Releases “Probably Too” Single .

                The release of “Probably Too” marked a welcome follow up to Alice Osian’s debut EP All You Need. 

                    The L.A. based solo artist walks the line between low-key garage rock and upbeat indie electronic on her first single of 2019. 


  • February 13th SynchAudio Sponsors Guild of Music Supervisors’ 9th Annual GMS Awards. 

   Each year the Guild of Music Supervisors’ GMS Awards take place in Los Angeles, spotlighting 

       The year’s greatest achievements in music supervision. SynchAudio was honored to attend the 

          Event as a sponsor, while celebrating the significant contributions of music supervisors to film, television, video games, trailers, and advertising.


  • March 5th   Middlemist Red Release “The Beginning of A New Train of Thought” Music Video.

Produced by Ockto Studio, the video puts a cinematic lens to Middlemist Red’s new-age stadium rock. “The Beginning of A New Train of Thought” was the Budapest four-piece’s first of two music video releases on the year.  


  • April 10th   Debbie Reifer Releases “3 Days” Music Video.

“3 Days” is a slow grooving contemporary pop number, showcasing Debbie Reifer’s deeply emotional register. The track had received a placement on Freeform’s drama Good Trouble earlier in the year. Directed and edited by Nathan Mack, the music video features Reifer on picturesque island shores. 


  • April 12th   D.L. Rossi Releases A Sweet Thing LP.

D.L. Rossi’s latest LP is an assortment of steady-rocking country songs and acoustic ballads, delivered with the Nashville singer-songwriter’s blue-collar candor. The album was produced, mixed, and engineered by D.L.’s brother Nolan Rossi, who is also a member of the SynchAudio catalog.


  • April 15th   Mimi O’Bonsawin Releases Trillium LP .

Mimi O’Bonsawin’s third full-length LP is a compelling collection of acoustic tracks with a subtle nod to indigenous music traditions. O’Bonsawin’s sweet and soothing delivery carries a comforting warmth, and gives her tracks an inherent sense of closeness.


  • May 3rd   Arbitraire Releases “BOMO” Single.

“BOMO” is an even-tempered electronic number, sporting Arbitraire’s vibing brand of indie-pop. The German trio earned multiple syncs throughout 2019, with their tracks “YOUREALITY” and “Compound” receiving placements on Freeform’s Good Trouble.


  • October 18th – Arbitraire Releases “Dwell” Single.

Arbitraire’s second single release on the year, “Dwell” is a smooth blend of free-flowing synth textures, delicate auxiliary percussion, and subtle soul. Overall, the track makes for a collected and cool-headed listening experience. 


  • September 20th   Alice Osian Releases “Shadow Dweller” Music Video.

Alice Osian showcases her melancholic and introspective side with the release of “Shadow Dweller.” Shot in Santa Barbara, California, the video is a sinister and psychedelic depiction of Osian’s ambient indie pop. 


  • November 4th   Middlemist Red Releases “Blue Moon” Music Video.

“Blue Moon” is a spirited, dark, and driving rock anthem set to a shadowy swagger. 

The track is the second single released in advance of MiddleMist Red’s upcoming studio album, also marking the band’s second music video release of 2019.


2019 SynchAudio SYNC Playlist on Spotify:

https://tinyurl.com/qobjwuw

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