"KCRW favorite, half of Azure Ray, collaborator with Moby, Michael Stipe and Conor Oberst, Maria Taylor is simply a stunning artist."
"Abby & the Myth are the kind of band that music fans always hope to stumble upon at a bar, but seldom ever do. With a presence big enough to fill an arena." Music Connection
Lots of great stuff to talk about… Huzzah to Freeform’s “The Fosters” for including Louis Schefano’s “Come To Think” and Abby and the Myth’s “Delicate Parade” in recent episodes… VERY excited to hear indie darlings Paper Pilots in ABC’s “Kevin (Probably) Saves The World.” Listen for Kauan’s “Sateen Huuhtoma” in an upcoming episode of NBC’s “The Arrangement” and Maria Taylor’s “Free Song” in the summer 2018 Netflix original film “Eggplant Emoji.” The hits keep coming…
M.R. Bennett’s gorgeous song “Sorry” is featured in NPR’s “All Songs Considered” today… check it out here!
Listen for Louise Goffin’s great track “We Belong Together” on Bravo’s “Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce”, coming up Aug 17!
Listen for The Well Pennies “Kill The Darlings” on “Switched At Birth” on Freeform tonight!!
Tonight on the CW you can hear Hammock’s beautiful ambient masterpiece “How Can I Make You Remember Me.” Big thanks to the Vampire Diaries music crew!!
Be sure to watch “This Is Us” tonight on NBC to hear Maria Taylor’s “If Only” (featuring Connor Oberst). And catch Louise Goffin performing LIVE on “Gilmore Girls” on Netflix now!
We have more placements in upcoming episodes of Nashville, Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce, Shameless, The Keeping Hours and more…
Hear Hammock’s music on the CW show Containment – in both tonight and next week’s episodes.
We are so thrilled to be working with the publishing catalog of the great Lowell George and Little Feat!!! A true giant of California rock in the 70’s, Lowell’s soulful vocals, astonishing slide playing, and great songs made a big impact on all who crossed his path. His songs were covered by the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Robert Palmer and Susanna Hoffs/Matthew Sweet, to name a few.
If you need some funky rock we hope you’ll consider the music of Lowell and Little Feat.
…in which Louise discusses her collaborators, artist life, and approach as a songwriter. Check out “Savor Everything” – a short film by Frankie Louise: