Drawing inspiration from 1960's Garage Rock, New Wave Music and Motown Soul, Riley and the Roxies creatively redefines the Southern Californian music culture. Singer Spencer Riley does the writing, production and music video directing himself, and his latest release, the Lola EP, is now available!
Ingrid's previously unreleased song "Without You" was featured in the season finale of Grey's Anatomy last night! We are thrilled that the song was able to debut in such a powerful scene!
You can check out the song on iTunes here!
We are thrilled that "Becoming" by Trent Dabbs has been selected for the newest Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) brand video. The song really captures the company's vision of becoming what their customers need and want, and we're glad the song could be paired with such a cool video.
Watch the video here on our work page!
"We Are The Love We Give" by Imaginary Friend has been chosen as the theme song for the relaunch of All My Children! The classic soap is back with new original episodes exclusively on hulu.com.
You can hear the full song here in this first look at the series on Hulu!
We are thrilled to announce that Civil Twilight's "Letters From The Sky" was chosen for the trailer to Fox Searchlight's new film The East! Their song adds to the suspense of the trailer for this psychological thriller.
You can watch the trailer here on our Work page.
We're pleased to announce that we will be representing Communion Artists Bear's Den, Gabriel and the Hounds, Joe Banfi, Matthew and the Atlas (Communion Record's first ever signing!), Pale Seas, Pete Roe, Story Books, Three Blind Wolves, & Treetop Flyers with more artists to join the community in the future.
This week's episode of The Vampire Diaries will feature music from no less than four Secret Road artists! You can catch the episode tonight at 8/7c on The CW, where you will hear the following tracks:
Hunter Hunted "Keep Together"
Luke Sital-Singh "Bottled Up Tight"
The Cold & Lovely "Paper & Gun"
Josh Ritter "Lights"
24-year-old Luke was born in the South West London town of New Malden, birthplace of folk legend John Martyn. The youngest of 3 brothers, Luke's parents encouraged their sons to pick up musical instruments from an early age. Luke started on the violin at age 11, but soon picked up his brother's guitar and has never looked back.