I’m back with my old friend Steve Martin and his new company, Addictive Tracks.
This time it’s different.
Apart from my ”normal” library music, you know, the music style that put food on the table for 30 years, we added some nice options.
One project is this:
It started as a ”Hey! Let’s make some groovy hip hop and just release it on youtube and reverb and other useless forums” OR, ”let’s make som groovy hip hop and actually get it released in the film and tv industries, and make some bucks”
Another is hard electro, house and other weird stuff.
And, most important, our clients get the music in stems. So, every soundguy can make the perfect (hmm…) mix for the project they’re working on. Dynamic and very useful. And God, am I happy I won’t hear all the mixes. But what the heck, it my work, my life, and my money in the bank.
Love Life! Love Music!
I get out of bed every morning at 6am.
At 7am I start to work.
I start with a new song every morning.
I work on that until lunch, around 12.
After lunch, I pick up the song I started the day before, and finish it.
I finish my my work, and close up the studio at 4pm.
It’s not Rock’n’roll, It’s work.
That’s how I do it.
Finally I’ve decided to update my website.
My international network grows and I feel that I really have to turn this site more international.
So, from now on everything is in english.
For some reasons my interest for African music has grown very strong. I have found so much great music from Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia and more, contemporary and traditional.
The world is filled with great musicians and composers that you never hear or see at the charts.
One organisation I really would like to work with is Art in Tanzania. Read more about them here: Art in Tanzania
I was happy to find all my old tracks I made for Match Music. So much fun to listen to old work that really has been important to me, and still is. Music that still plays world wide, some of it almost 30 years old. And I still love it all.
Take a listen here: Anders Eliasson – Match catalog
Updated ”Some of my work” btw.