RubberBand Music Company Launches

Nov 20, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors


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RubberBand Music (Los Angeles), a company that crosses over recording artists, rock bands, DJs, and film and television composers into alternative media, recently launch. Primal Scream will operate within the RubberBand group as the selected music company for RubberBand Commercials, and has already completed a spot for Ford and a campaign for SBC Yahoo!.

Several of the industry veterans who make up the founding team include Immortal Records' founder Happy Walters, Nicole Dionne of Primal Scream, KCRW program dost Greg DaPonte and Comedy Central's "Music Geek" Andy Zax, with more to be announced. Through Primal Scream, RubberBand provides original music composition, music supervision, research and licensing to production companies and advertising agencies worldwide.

RubberBand has taken space within the offices of Immortal Records, home to Korn and Incubus. Through its relationship with Primal Scream, some of the artists that RubberBand will be working with include feature film composer Klaus Badelt, who completed the scores for Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, The Time Machine and K-19: The Widowmaker, among others; film composers Ramin Djawadi and Michael Wandamacher; recording artists Peter Himmelman, Remy Zero and Godhead; and many others.

The active divisions under the RubberBand umbrella include RubberBand Commercials, in partnership with Primal Scream, and RubberBand Trailers, with additional divisions to be announced. RubberBand Trailers has been actively licensing tracks for television film trailers including, The Knack's "My Sharona" for Charlie's Angels, Andy Hunter's "Go" for Catch That Kid, original tracks from Godhead and Julian Beeston for League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and KG's "Stomper" for Scary Movie 3, among others.

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