(Press Release) Unsigned Bands Can Earn A Spot On “Songs For Film & TV 2” A Globally Distributed Compilation CD
Mystic, CT – April 30, 2008; American Laundromat Records invites unsigned artists and bands to submit for consideration an original song(s) for an upcoming compilation CD titled “Songs For Film & TV – Volume 2”. The CD will be released on American Laundromat Records and distributed worldwide at retail, online and through iTunes. It will also be sent to hundreds of music supervisors and filmmakers for placement consideration in film and television.
American Laundromat Records is seeking the following genres for the compilation CD:
INDIE (think – Death Cab For Cutie, Mates of State, Nada Surf), ALTERNATIVE (think – Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, Garbage), SINGER-SONGWRITER (think – Feist, Ben Harper, Damien Rice), ROCK (think – Counting Crows, White Stripes, Black Crowes)
To be considered, artists and bands are asked to submit their song(s) on CD to:
American Laundromat Records
P.O. Box 85
Mystic, CT 06355-0085.
All submissions must be postmarked no later than July 12, 2008. To be eligible bands must be unsigned, write their own songs, and only submit new or previously unreleased tracks. Any questions regarding the contest should be directed to SFFTV2@americanlaundromat.com with the following in the subject field “Contest Question”.
American Laundromat Records is an indie label based out of Southeastern, CT. Founded in April of 2004 the label is best known for releasing popular tribute compilations. “High School Reunion – a tribute to those great 80’s films” featured indie-rockers Matthew Sweet, Frank Black, Dresden Dolls and others covering beloved tunes from some of the 80’s most popular teen films. All Music Guide called the project “One of the finest tributes ever amassed” and went on to say “let this serve as a blueprint for all future tribute sets”. American Laundromat’s most recent tribute “Cinnamon Girl – Women Artists Cover Neil Young For Charity” features Tanya Donelly, Kristin Hersh, Veruca Salt, The Watson Twins, Lori McKenna, Britta Phillips, Josie Cotton, Jill Sobule and more covering Neil Young’s early work (1969-1979). All proceeds from the project are donated to charity and critics have called the double-CD “a superb collection of Young’s work”, “the tribute album Neil Young has deserved for most of his long and prolific career”, and “an absolute must-have companion piece for fans of Young’s catalog.”
Official Website: http://www.alr-music.com