Welcome to the inaugural EP Music newsletter.
Top of the list of exciting matters in EP world is the relaunch of the new look website. Why not check it out at www.epmusic.biz.? Full of ideas for music licensing – whether for films, adverts, compilations or whole album packages.
Tracks from all manners of genres and eras are now available, from the sunshine pop of the Turtles, via disco classics from the Gibson Brothers and Ottawan, through the English rock of Family right up to date with the electronic downtempo sounds of Alucidnation.
There is a brand new album from Emily Maguire, a Radio Two (UK) stalwart. Perhaps reminiscent of Eva Cassidy or Sinead Lohan, Emily’s music will appeal to those looking for melodic acoustic folk/pop. Available for synchs, and both master and publishing can be cleared.
New tracks include “Friends of Harry” whose 1992 “Take It All” single was a classic case of “the one that got away” - somehow it never hit big in the UK, despite its Continental success. It’s a great feelgood pop song, and both master and publishing rights can be licensed.
Also new is an album’s worth of material from the great Sally Oldfield, including no fewer than 3 versions of her biggest hit “Mirrors” and other tracks featuring her crystalline voice. Of particular interest is “Tiger”, her reimagining of William Blake’s “The Tyger”. Both master and publishing rights can be licensed for many songs on the album.
There are new tracks by new artists being added constantly, so do bookmark the site and be sure to check back on a regular basis.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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