Sync News: Pratilipi Advert

The Track: “It Is Time” by Bombay Acoustic People. Based in India, Bombay Acoustic People seamlessly blend acoustic and folk sounds with world music influences. Their music is a refreshing and organic attempt to make people slow down in today’s hectic lives. “It Is Time” is taken from their Postcards EP. The Client: Pratilipi, an … Read more

Anara Publishing sign Agat

Anara Publishing are pleased to announce the signing of Agat, Tel Aviv-based singer-songwriter. Agat joins our roster of international artists for sync and publishing representation. Originally from Israel, Agat designs an innovative melody, mixing the sounds of electronic pop, synth rock and trip-hop which results in a completely new genre created by the artist.  Her … Read more

Interview with Music Supervisor Rupert Hollier

We sat down with Rupert Hollier of RedFive Creative to learn more about his role as a music supervisor, the opportunities for independent music within sync and the stand out projects from his career so far. What is the role of music supervisor? The role of a music supervisor can actually vary a lot more than … Read more

Why is it important to professionally mix and master your tracks?

Mastering

Signing a record deal was once an artist’s best, if not only, hope of getting their music out to fans. Nowadays, it is much easier for independent musicians to deliver their music to major platforms thanks to distributors such as our sister company, Horus Music. Independent musicians are currently making more money from their music … Read more

An Interview With… Tom James Parmiter

An Interview With... Tom James Parmiter

Tom James Parmiter joined the Anara Publishing roster in July 2018. Here we chat with him about his creative process and get his thoughts on the importance of music publishing.  1.) Tell us about how you started making music or what initially got you into music? I started, like a lot of teenagers do with … Read more

Bridging the Gap Between India and the Major Sync Markets

Bridging the gap between India and the major sync market

The independent music scene in India is growing at an increasing rate and is home to many new exciting artists. However, it remains relatively untapped and underrepresented across the international music industry. Anara Publishing aims to bridge the gap between Indian artists and the UK and US sync markets. So independent Indian artists gain the … Read more

A Perfect Marriage of Sound and Image – Our Favourite Syncs in Film

Film

Directors, alongside their music supervisors, work hard to find the perfect song to compliment a scene and provoke the desired reaction. Overtime, directors have incorporated music in a variety of creative ways. Including diegetic sound via the use of records, Walkmans, CDs and iPods on screen. Here we are going to go through some of … Read more