Black Toast Music Adds Over 650 New Songs and Instrumentals to its Website

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Chatsworth, CA, May 30, 2011—Prominent independent music publisher and production music library Black Toast Music and its CEO/owner/founder Bob Mair have announced the addition of over 650 new songs and instrumentals to the company’s website.

Available to search, listen and download, the 650 new Black Toast Music entries comprise a diverse cross-section of musical styles and genres. For Dashbox, CND Netmix and Soundminer users, this new material is also available on those servers as well.

Featured among the 650 new titles are Pop/Hip Hop artist Renald Francoeur, Brooklyn-based, Indie Electronica/Pop band Khromozomes, Orchestral/Indie Rock artist Josh Fix, and Hybrid/Orchestra Rock artist Chris Hodges, as well as newly released material from Paul Otten, a talented Pop Rock artist whose music has recently been placed by Black Toast within a number of TV projects.

Other titles include those from:

** Hip Hop/Pop: Arsonist
** Indie/Pop Rock: Elijah Honey, The Radio Villains, The Chillun, The Flurries, Dean18
** Singer Songwriter: Alyse Black, Mayu Wakisaka, Sian Hanley
** Alternative Country: Kelly Pardekooper
** World: Igor Khramov (Russian), Soulplanet (Latin), Bollywood
** Electronic Rock: Tommy Dill, Geoff Pinckney

These 650 new tracks, as well as the entire Black Toast Music catalogue, can be accessed via


Founded in 1990 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 music in many hundreds of television series, including such hits as “True Blood,” “Dexter,” “Treme” and “The Wire,” and recent hits including “Parks & Recreation,” “New Girl,” “Modern Family,” and “Raising Hope,” among others.

Black Toast also supplies music to TV specials and TV movies; dozens of high profile motion pictures, including “American Reunion,” “The Oranges,” “Arthur,” “When In Rome,” “I Love You, Phillip Morris,” “Dead Silence,” “Jiminy Glick,” and others; videogames such as “Dance Dance Revolution” for Konami; Internet and National advertising campaigns such as Domino’s Pizza, and 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). The series airs on Nick @ Nite.

“Black Toast Records” was launched as a new label within the company during Fall 2011. 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.

Among the artists whose music is represented by the Black Toast Records Label are Hermanos De Alma, Arias Troubadours, St. John, Sonny Ellis, Paul Otten, G-Stack and Kelly Pardekooper. Black Toast has previously placed music from these indie artists within “True Blood,” “Treme,” “Supernatural,” “Modern Family,” “Weeds,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “30 Rock,” “CSI Miami,” and countless other entertainment properties. For the first time, these tunes are now for sale via Black Toast Records.

For more information about Black Toast Music and Black Toast Records, please see