Many people have asked about using my music for their videos. I make my music free for any syncronization with any non-commercial video on the internet, and for works in film festivals, via a Creative Commons License. These are simply a couple of examples of work that I particularly admire.
This is a video for The Whitest Boy Alive’s (featuring Erlend Ã˜ye) standout track “Golden Cage”, illustrated and animated by Geoff McFetridge
Also in deservence of praise is the work of Australian director Stephen Watkins in his video series Backspace:
Episodes 1 and 2.
On NPR’s Morning Edition: Recording a Song a Day, Every Day
And by coincidence, the same day on NPR .com, and via the popular podcast, All Songs Considered featured P Bear’s “Robot Park”.
And over the weekend, a telltale sign of gathering curiosity: #5 on the iTunes Music Podcast Chart. A new record!
And not least there’s a rumble in the forest of cyberspace from stumbleupon.com a site referring hundreds of to the front door of Podingtonbear.com. What is this stumbleupon? Did you find me with their help?
Coming soon: You can help me decide whether or not to make CDs…