Molly Nilsson ‘Hey Moon’ TV feature on Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace
ThinkSync Music have placed Molly Nilsson’s “Hey Moon” on Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace TV show.
Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace is a live action sketch show for the cable network Adult Swim. The TV program satirizes the sensibilities and intellect of ‘decent people’, the sort who would promote world peace. ‘Hey Moon’ is used in the final scene and end credits of episode 5 of the series.
Molly Nilsson ‘1995’ featured in New Balance’s “Tinto de Verano” skate video
ThinkSync recently placed Molly Nilsson’s ‘1995’ in New Balance’s latest video where their skate team take to the streets of Spain.
Produced by the Brindle Collective, ‘Tinto De Verano’ follows 17 skateboarders as they flip, kick, pop, bump and grind around historic sites in some of Spain’s finest urban settings. With some incredible filmography and editing, this 9 minutes of bliss and our Molly’s ‘1995’ drops at 2 minutes 43 seconds.
The video also featured on Thrasher Magazine’s website and you can watch the video here.
E4 use Rinocerose’s “Fighting The Machine” in their summer promo video
ThinkSync Music have placed Rinocerose’s upbeat indie dance banger “Fighting The Machine” in this years E4 Summer promo video.
Rinocerose are an electronic rock band hailing from France. The band are no strangers to the sync world and have previously had songs feature on EA Sports video games.
You can watch video here
The Girl With All The Gifts trailer released
ThinkSync recently worked on the trailer for UK zombie sci-fi thriller ‘The Girl With All The Gifts’.
The film follows a scientist and a teacher living in a dystopian future, embarking on a journey of survival with a special young girl named Melanie.
Watch the trailer here
Great Heat’s song ‘Tribes’ featured in Salomon Running online spot
ThinkSync Music have placed Great Heat’s indie anthem ‘Tribes’, in the latest Salomon Running episode, which follows three athletes down the historic Mount Marathon race in Alaska.
The race takes place every 4th July in Seward, Alaska, and 900 participants run five kilometres up and down a mountain 3022 feet above sea level. Since the first race in 1945, it has become increasingly popular to both spectate and take part because of its dangerous running conditions and terrain which include snow, ice, mud and rocks.
You can watch the episode here
Jet Trash selected for Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016
Jet Trash will feature in this year’s Edinburgh Film Festival with screenings on the 24th and 25th June.
ThinkSync Music’s Connie Farr supervised the project, with score composed by Roger Goula.
Jet Trash is the freewheelingly lurid story of a pair of party-loving ex-pats relishing the sun, sand, sea and sex lifestyle of hedonistic Goa.
The new trailer for Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon released
ThinkSync recently completed the music supervision for the new trailer of Stanley Kubrick’s epic, Barry Lyndon.
This candle-lit opus is returning to the big screen in celebration of its fortieth anniversary. The film won four Oscars in 1975 and is widely regarded as Kurbrick’s masterpiece; the BBC even named it as one of the greatest films ever made.
Watch the trailer here
Dark Signal feature film
ThinkSync has concluded music supervision of the independent horror film Dark Signal.
Director Ed Evers-Swindell keeps the audience on the edge of their seats in this modern horror in which the spirit of a murdered girl returns with a message. A stranded woman must team up with the staff of a local radio station to solve the mystery of her death. Check out the trailer here and there’s more info on IMDB.
Jet Trash Film starring Robert Sheehan (Misfits)
ThinkSync recently completed the Music Supervision for independent feature film Jet Trash.
Directed by Charles Henri Belleville and starring Robert Sheehan, the film follows two friends hiding out on a beach in Southern India living a slacker life of sex, drugs and parties. Trouble comes to paradise when people from their past turn up, and they find themselves against crooked cops, local hoodlums, gangsters…. and mysticism.
More information can be found at IMDB here