Associated Production Music (APM), a provider of production music for use in film, television, advertising and new-media production, has acquired exclusive North American distribution rights to the Ded Good Music library (London), known for its collection of dance, house, techno-pop and electronica music.
"By tapping into London's urban-underground music scene through the acquisition of Ded Good Music, we're making sure our clients have access to the most current popular genres and formats," said Adam Taylor, president of APM. "Our clients want the most current commercial music styles and Ded Good has built a name for itself by continually delivering the most authentic, cutting-edge dance and electronica music available."
Launched in 1996 by former studio musicians and BBC composers Peter Oldroyd and Gary Scargill, Ded Good Music creates and licenses an ever-growing music library comprised of 26 pop/electronica CDs. In addition to composing and recording cues for the collection, Oldroyd and Scargill also acquire and remix tracks from emerging artists.
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