Wednesday, 04 June 2014 00:00

Black Toast Music Enjoying Major Summer Movie Success With Placements In 3 High Profile Feature Films!

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Prominent independent music publisher and production music library Black Toast Music is enjoying major movie success during Summer 2014 with placements in three new, high profile feature films. CEO/Founder Bob Mair made the announcement.BTM

Black Toast has placed three songs from the Black Toast Records artist roster in the hit comedy film "Neighbors," from Universal Studios. To date, that film, starring Seth Rogen and Zac Efron, has grossed over $200-million worldwide. The songs include hip-hop artist G-$tack's "Army Of One," St. John's "Get Your Party On," and R&B artist Renald Francoeur's "Give Me Everything."

Black Toast has also placed the pop song "This Is Who I Am," featuring Shelayne, in the opening title sequence of the film "Begin Again," from The Weinstein Company. The film, which opens July 4th, stars Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo.

And, Black Toast has also placed five contemporary marching band tracks within the upcoming SONY Studios movie "When the Game Stands Tall," which will be released August 22nd. The featured tracks are "Game On," "High Steppin'," "Drop The Boom Bomb," "Move It Or Lose It" and "Take The Field."

Said Mair, "While we are well known for having 23 years of success in placing new music within network broadcast and cable television series, we are thrilled to continue to expand our music outreach into the exciting world of major motion pictures."


Founded in l990 by noted musician/composer/producer Bob Mair, Black Toast Music is a leading independent music publisher/production music library and record label based in Chatsworth, CA. Since its launch, the company has placed over 10,000 tunes within many hundreds of television series, including such hits as "Homeland," "Under the Dome," "New Girl," "Girls,""The Walking Dead," "Shameless," "Sons of Anarchy," "True Blood," "Dexter," "Longmire" and many others.

Black Toast also supplies music to TV specials and TV movies; dozens of high profile motion pictures, including "American Reunion;" videogames such as "Dance Dance Revolution" for Konami; Internet and National advertising campaigns such as Walmart, Domino's Pizza, Whole Foods, as well as numerous, multi-media presentations. Black Toast Music contributed the main title theme (composed by Bob Mair and David Feldstein) for the hit Nickelodeon animated TV series "Glenn Martin, DDS" (created by Michael Eisner's company Tornante).

In 2011, "Black Toast Records" was launched as a new label within the company. The formation of the label was in response to the overwhelming demand from fans that have heard Black Toast music in various films and TV shows. The label allows those fans the means by which to find, listen, and buy the latest releases from dozens of the great indie artists and singer/songwriters whose music Black Toast has placed in hit TV series and movies.

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