Sole Technology, the parent company action sports powerhouse brand etnies, as well as the Emerica, Altamont, and Thirty Two brands - is looking for music to feature in its streaming promotional videos.
Vermont-based ad/creative agency Driven Studio (whose clients include Ben & Jerry's) is looking for songs to feature in a variety of media, including web and TV.
GDW Productions is a prolific video production company based in Seoul, Korea that works with a number of established lifestyle brands. They're looking for music to use in the promotional web videos that they produce for their clients.
OtterBox, the world’s No. 1 protective case-maker for phones and tablets, is looking for songs to feature in promotional videos for its website, social channels, in-store displays and tradeshows.
French-American multi-instrumentalist and stunning vocalist Sydney Wayser has emerged with her sophomore album The Colorful, a more lighthearted follow-up to 2007's The Silent Parade. It presents a collection of...
Hollywood, Florida is not your typical beach town. The buildings, diners, and of course the beach appear frozen in the 1950's. Probably a result of the town's population boom happening in that era, a current drive...
To us, the beach is more than just than a place — it represents a sense of freedom and a connection to something bigger. Beach communities around the world are filled with people from all walks of life who have one thing in common—like us, they are drawn to the ocean because of how it makes them feel. We call them Beach People and these some of their stories.
Everything you need at school and at home! [This was a regional broadcast TV and paid web spot. No links available.]
"Laguna Seca in one of the fastest cars on earth. It was an experience beyond any expectation. Driving this infamous track was a big check on my bucket list and I cannot wait to drive there again next year."
Over at Sun Bum, we have our “A Team” of pro surfers who rip for a living. But here on the Baby Bum side of things, everyone is awesome—no matter what they can or can’t do. So instead of the A Team, we created the B Team—The Baby Team—where groms can just be themselves. Because when it comes to teaching our little ones about the world, we want to make exploring fun and help them freely discover the things that THEY really love.