A lot of my songs are “cinematic.” The characters and
situations that I write about suggest story lines that extend beyond
the limits of a four minute song.
do not write wallpaper music. I write music that engages the listener,
that makes her think about how the music works. Unlike most pop
music, my lyrics, melodies and chord progressions all work together
to advance the story I am writing about. I do not always provide
a specific conclusion, because that’s not my job. This is
have often thought that artists working in a variety of media should
help each other when possible. Students in college tend to do this.
In colleges you often see non-paid collaborations between visual
artists, musicians, and film makers.
real life, this does not happen as often. People are more concerned
about selling their art. That’s okay. People need to pay rent,
after all. But, my rent is paid up for the next several months,
so I’ve decided to offer the songs of Darkness / Fire / Dancing
to student and independent film makers royalty free.
order to take advantage of this offer, you will need a license,
which my publisher, Melodypig, will give to you. In exchange for
using any of the songs in your soundtrack, you’ll need to
give Melodypig, me and the band credit at the end of the film. But
you don’t need to pay us any royalties.
send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
Tell us about yourself, your project, and tell us which songs you
would like to use. We’ll take it from there.