Really Slow Motion was Founded by Agus Gonzales-Lancharro in 2013. Agus was active in the pop and rock music scene, but decided to try out composing music for orchestras.
If you have no ALIBI, you’re in trouble! And why is that? Because ALIBI has your back covered in every position. “How could that be?“ you might ask. Well...they simply have it all! Being one of our biggest and fastest-growing labels, its library consists of over 700 albums and growing day by day.
Minneapolis based Black Label Music is a real treat. When I started working with FindTheTune, this label was one of the first ones whose collection I kept listening to over and over, because I kept finding hidden gems in their collection.
Proud to introduce Bulletproof Bear - straight from Los Angeles, California! This award-winning label joined our party in 2018 and has many impressive collaborations under its belt: CBS, NBC, UFC, Starbucks, Fox Sports, Warner Bros Television, MTV and Microsoft are just a few to point out. How lucky are we!
Whether it's simple light-hearted accordion ballads, French pop from different eras (especially that smoky Serge Gainsbourg sound), electro-pop, dubstep or hip-hop, Parigo Music has it all. Our Parisian label offers a wide range of genres with that mysterious je ne sais quoi that only the French can pull off.
Italian label Flipper knows how to surprise with variety – they offer high quality music from modern beats to rock’n’roll, contemporary orchestral sountrack to 70s orchestral pop.
Defying the vox populi, Sally House left her job in the global advertising/marketing industry to pursue a career in music.
Being a music virtuoso, Kristen Agee finds motivation in the creative side of the music industry and the local creative communities in LA. Read our third portrait in our "Women In the Biz" series.
From creating world-class albums to changing the world of media music as we know it, women all around the world play a huge part in reshaping the music industry. To celebrate International Women's Day, we're putting spotlights on women in the music industry throughout March, starting with a British newcomer.