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We have some more sync news for you this month, with placements in shows and video games including:

– Station 19 (TV – Disney ABC)

– Turn Up Charlie (Netflix)

– The Hills – New Beginnings (MTV)

– Made In Chelsea 

– Need For Speed (Game – Electronic Arts)

And some Syncs for the Rocky Horror Picture Show tracks:

-Faltenrock (German film) ‘Timewarp’

-Champs d’Amours exhibition Paris ‘Sweet Transvestite’

– ROCky short film (Spain) ‘Rose Tint My World’

Norwegian drama ‘Barn’

The track “Where to begin? Here” by St Etienne, a co write featuring Dolly Mixture member Debsey Wykes has been used in Norwegian drama Barn (translated as Children), released in September.

The film, directed by Dag Johan Haugerud, has received critical acclaim upon release, with a favourable 8.1/10 on IMDB.

Head to the IMDB link for a full synopsis of the film.

CHILDREN is about what children mean to society today: what it means to have and to be children. And by extension – what it means to be an adult.

Watch the trailer featuring the St Etienne track below.

What They Had

Another bit of sync news for 2019! The Jon Allen track ‘Loving Arms’ was used in the recently released Elizabeth Chomko film “What They Had”, starring Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon Robert Forster, and
Blythe Danner, amongst others.

Stop Press! First Sync News for 2019!


Cold War Espionage series Deutschland ’83 was given the Rocky Horror Picture show treatment for Episode 10 of Series 2.

Set 3 years later (and thus called Deutschland ’86) the episode features the tracks (composed by Richard O’Brien) “Science Fiction Double Feature” and “Over at Frankenstein Palace”.

Screenshot 2019-01-21 at 10.15.58Elsewhere another Rocky Horror track “Time Warp” was used in the French film “Une Jeunesse Dorée” (Golden Youth). Released on January 16th, the film is set in Paris in 1979, and centres around young couple, Rose and Michel.

After a chance meeting with a bohemian couple much older than them, Rose and Michel are taken under their wing and shown a different way to live.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show is touring as a live stage show this year! Find a venue near you here.

Fairy Stories Lyric Video

Featured on the 2016 Reverieme album Straw Woman,”Fairy Stories” is an upbeat track to cure your January blues, complete with brass section and Ukulele strumming!

The track was most recently featured on Korea drama Live (라이브) .

Check out the video below!

Breaking and Exiting

hqdefault‘Breaking and Exiting’ tells the story of a young burglar who breaks into a house only to find the owner, Daisy, about to commit suicide. This interaction sets a crash course of dark comedy throughout the film.

‘Bad Penny’ by Jon Allen has been synced in the film, during the break in scene.

Featuring actors such as Milo Gibson and Jordan Hinson, ‘Breaking and Exiting’ premiered in Los Angeles August 2018.

Designing a Plastic Free World

38218266_10204805687899585_1086061941983543296_nWith the power of social media, it is easy for anyone to spread news or awareness on topics from all corners of the globe. One point of awareness that seems to be highly discussed, yet also to go severely overlooked, is with plastic pollution in the worlds oceans.

Videos from beautiful, tropical locations show waves and waves of plastic bags, bottles, headphones and other plastic based items being washed onto beaches and clogging fishing zones.38085407_10204805691419673_585239197305012224_n

To raise further awareness of this environmental pollution, Vice have been in partnership with Adidas and Parley’s joint venture to design a plastic free world; which involves using discarded plastic to create shoes and items of clothing.

Our very own William Stankay created the score for this documentary, with 90% of the music being original earth noise; including noises and recordings from the Arctic, Pacific and Atlantic oceans.

You can find the documentary here.


grupo-x-sunshine-and-youWith the recent World Cup, football has grasped the hearts of everyone, no matter whether they are fans of football or not.
Carrying on the football fever, Grupo X has partnered up with West Ham United to announce the signing of their newest player, Brazilian international, Felipe Anderson, using their song ‘Sunshine and You’.

Formed in 1997, Grupo X, the 10 piece infusion of latin-soul and jazz, have been notoriously popular within their respective genres; from being regular performers at London’s Jazz Cafe, to playing shows with Joe Bataan, Alfredo Rodriguez and many more. Releasing their first album in 2006 with ‘Food For Your Latin Soul’ the group have steadily been writing and pushing new music out, with their latest release ‘Something going on’ in May 2018, the group are currently touring and working on new music.

We, at Wardlaw music want to congratulate the partnership, and say that we too have #ThatFelipeFeeling.


Opening to PINpositive reviews from around the country, Pincushion, an independent film by Deborah HayWood, features the songs ‘Mirrors’ and ‘The Boulevard Song’ by Wardlaw artist Sally Oldfield.

After moving to a new town, lonely teenager, Iona and her mother, Lyn, who suffers from learning disabilities, begin the process of inventing their lives within this town; much to the despise of their new neighbours and the social hierarchy of Iona’s school.

Pincushion is a tale that focuses on mental abuse and bullying, whilst highlighting the problems caused by these actions.

Released on the 13th of July, Pincushion will be shown across the United Kingdom and U.S.A in various cinemas.