We believe that a socially conscious and artist-driven industry is the future of music and film. This is our way of joining the movement towards that goal.
We value music and artistry. As long-time members of our creative community, we want to empower musicians financially with a sustainable platform to pursue what they love. In turn our model is designed to benefit storytellers with easy access to great music.
When the perfect union of sound and picture happens the magic is undeniable. Matching the perfect song to a story elevates the art of both the filmmaker and the musician, like when Tyler turns to Marla, grasps her hand and says, “Everything will be fine” as the Pixies “Where is My Mind” sets the tone for an unsettled future. Undeniable. Magic.
We know you have a choice of sites that offer click-to-license music. We are determined to differentiate ourselves with adventurous music and intuitive, personal service. Our goal is to knock your socks off so you can turn around and knock the socks off your audience. It’s going to be one big chain of socks off if we do this right.
In addition to click-licensing we can help you search for the perfect track, help with music supervision and send curated playlists for your project. Reach out: email@example.com
We’re adamant about making music licensing nearly effortless. We want to be the catalyst of your magic. We’re here to make this easier for you. No fine print. No surprise limitations.
Easy as pie.
5% goes to Non-profit Music Organizations
50% goes to The Artist
45% sustains Needle Drop Co. and creates living-wage jobs.
If you are a composer, producer, band or label owner and want to join our community, send a playlist of your best work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Five percent of the profit from each license goes directly toward non-profit organizations in our community that enhance lives through music. Over the years we’ve donated to organizations like Rock Camp for Girls, Ethos, Music Cares, My Voice Music and many others.
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Josh Spacek is the frontman to Portland's Monarques. Prior to Needle Drop Co., he served as a Creative Digital Strategist and Marketing Lead for ALO Audio, an audiophile manufacturing company. Here he used design, photography, and public relations skills to bolster the reputation of the brand worldwide. In the mid 2000's Josh worked with Bladen County Records and managed Y La Bamba.
Talia Gordon has a real thing for good music. She also knows a thing or two about film and photography, and the way it all comes together. Talia has spent the better part of the last decade in Portland playing and touring with local bands, booking live music, and working with art directors and photographers on a wide variety of creative projects. She can out-run you in the running man and her dance playlists are nothing short of legendary.
Questions, issues or concerns? I'd love to help you!