The Music Supervisor is for film-- Your song could be in a movie or on TV.... Submit now !!!
Pop & Rock/Pop Songs For Music Supervisor - $2K+ Payout White Knight Music Group (BMI) and Pulse Records USA are aiding well known TV producers to cast real bands for a new reality series about feuding acts who are struggling to stay together as they follow their dream. Have you ever seen Warped Roadies? Real bands, real crew, real issues. The film crew gives us a "fly on the wall" perspective of how the process works and real struggles the tour faces.
Conflict needs to be genuine so that networks and viewers can relate and hopefully issues can be solved as the story unfolds. Conflicts can be anything from dealing with finances, family, handling ideas of fame, the creative process, lifestyle conflicts, ex-band members, internal feuds, break ups, relationship drama, drinking, party issues, disagreements in musical direction to tour dilemma's and basic real life setbacks. Pilot is scheduled to be filmed in the first quarter in the Los Angeles area. Staff will be pitching select, independent bands directly to the producers for review.
If you want to be pitched, staff will need the following by January 31st. First come, first serve:
1. Press Kit or website information (links)
2. Band Member list with a brief background story of each member for producers to review.
3. What stage is the band? Recently formed? 15 years strong with struggles? Been on a major, now independent and losing money? Send brief summary of status.
4. What are the issues and who is involved? (band or family, friends, management, team, exband members, loved ones or enemy's)
5. What are the bands goals? Sign with a major? Get a publishing deal, get on a tour in the US or overseas? Finish up a record? Find finances to complete an album? etc.
6. Provide up to date contact information. Include two working email addresses and two phone numbers where decision makers can be reached.
7. If not included on your site, send social media statistics (followers, likes etc.) Have a music video or live show that producers can watch? Send YouTube or Vimeo link along with your responses.
Tip: Make a concise and professional word document addressing each point. Why should your band be the star of a hit new TV show? Keep submissions organized and to the point. Staff will review all appropriate submissions and pass qualified acts along to producers. If producers are interested, they will contact bands directly to discuss the next steps.