Tag: songwriters

When To Write A Christmas Holiday Song : Plutonic Group Syncs

Holiday Songs : When to Write and Pitch Music

Got that Festive Feeling? When to Write that Christmas or Holiday Song It seems that every year, when the nights get longer and colder, when our living room is festooned with presents, ornaments, and glistening lights, I really really want to sit down and write Holiday songs. Another thing that compels me to write Christmas […]

I'm Not A Machine : Plutonic Group Syncs Partnership

I’m Not A Machine Music Partners With Plutonic Group Syncs

I’m Not A Machine : Music Partners Plutonic Group Syncs is proud to announce our new music partnership with I’m Not A Machine Music – a UK-based music company spearheaded by its CEO, Verity Pabla. With an ever expanding music catalogue and by incorporating Plutonic as their sync licensing arm – the two companies have teamed up […]

One Direction Songwriters | PlutonicGroupSyncs

How to write a boyband hit ~ One Direction Songwriters

It’s easy, surely? Just get five good looking lads to sing any old tosh, and watch the money roll in. Not so, say these One Direction songwriters!     Written by: Harriet Gibsone | The Guardian The days of crisp white suits and singers rising from their stools at the key change are long gone, but the […]

How Real Is Your Music | Is Pop Music Fake?

How Real Is Your Music… Is Pop Music Fake?

Almost all the music you hear on Top Forty radio these days is made on machines. And fewer artist write their own songs these days…so does this make Pop Music fake? Written by John Seabrook | The New Yorker Magazine   Two questions were rattling around in my skull while I was working on “The […]

Music On TV | PlutonicGroupSyncs

Music On TV – Experimental soundtracks and lavish orchestras

The ambitious scores of Game of Thrones, Utopia and new US drama The Knick are bringing a new dimension to music on TV Written by Phelim O’Neill | theguardian.com Have you heard how good TV is these days? By that I don’t mean the quality of the writing or the acting – I mean have you actually listened […]