Production | プロダクション
- TV Commercial | テレビ広告
- Music Video | ミュージックビデオ
- Documentary | ドキュメンタリー
- Web Streaming | ウェブストリーミング
- Print | プリント
Coordination | コーディネーション
GLOBAL PRODUCTION COORDINATION | 世界中のプロダクションコーディネート
- NORTH AMERICA: | 北アメリカ
- SOUTH AMERICA: | 南アメリカ
- EUROPE: | ヨーロッパ
- ASIA: | アジア
- OCEANIA: | オセアニア
Creation | クリエイション
CREATIVE CONCEPT | クリエイティブコンセプト
CREATIVE COLLABORATION | クリエイティブコラボレーション
- Directors | ディレクター
- Creative Directors | クリエイティブディレクター
- Photographers | フォトグラファー
- Artist | アーティスト
Music Production | 音楽プロダクション
Day O Productions’ music division teams up with Eenie Meenie Records and together we have been providing songs for various productions such as commercial, television, and feature films. We provide original music, sound effects, jingles, and more. Please listen to our samples and contact us!
Day O Productionsの音楽部門 Eenie Meenie Records と一緒に数々のコマーシャル、テレビ、映画に音楽を提供しています。オリジナルソング、サウンドエフェクト、ジングルなど制作できます。サンプルをお聞きくださってお問い合わせください。
A various cross section of tunes Matt has recorded or demoed over the years with Oranger, The Posies, and Ian Moore and The Lossy Coils
Goldenboy (Shon Sullivan)
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Shon Sullivan, had toured nearly forever with Spain, Elliot Smith, Neil Finn, Eels, The Rentals. It was Elliott Smith who bestowed the moniker “Goldenboy” and during his time alongside Smith, Sullivan developed his own material which would become Blue Swan Orchestra, a KCRW favorite featuring guest vocals by Elliott Smith. Its follow-up, Underneath the Radio (2006), found Sullivan and Bos joined by a cast of heavies including Neil Finn, Lisa Germano, Scott McPherson, Matt Sharp and Phil Jordan.
Goldenboy describes his genre as The New Familiar, a genre of music which evokes nostalgia while shimmering with a current sound. His work has been used by ESPN, HBO, United Airlines, and SUZUKI.
Timeless sensibility and frenetic madness are the two main ingredients for the prog- punks of Old Monk. The trio crafts songs with both a keen sense for classic pop melodies and an insatiable urge to push indie-pop into unexpected territory. The origins of the band date back to 2009 when guitarist Joshua Carrafa and drummer Ian Burns were writing songs and swapping demos over the internet between New York and Colorado. Ian Burns moved to New York later that year, and the two enlisted bassist Tsugumi Takashi to form Old Monk.
Tsugumi Takashi (Composer)
While living in Japan, Tsugumi was a producer, composer and singer in a Japanese girls’ electronic band, PINE*am. With PINE*am Tsugumi toured and performed in Japan, Germany and the US. They released several albums and also contributed their songs to various compilation albums. During this time, Tsugumi also contributed to various other artist’s projects as a singer, or a remixer.
After moving to New York, she joined Brooklyn based rock band Old Monk as their bassist in 2011. She continues to contribute both her bass performance skills and recording experience to the band, and is credited as a producer on their 2nd album, ‘Posing as Love.’
In 2015, she started a new electronic collaboration called Kalappo.
Andrew Heilprin a.k.a. Blue-eyed Son did his growing up in sunny Santa Barbara, California.
An idiosyncratic charm characterized Blue-eyed Son’s 2004 debut West of Lincoln on Eenie Meenie. Recorded with drummer Scott McPherson (M. Ward, Elliott Smith, She and Him), and helmed by producer Koool G Murder (Eels, Donavan Frankenreiter). Lincoln is a sterling batch of alt-Top 10 hits that smeared the lines between whisper-sung melancholia à la Elliott Smith and hard-edged poppy fare.
Blue-eyed Son also credits alt-rock artists such as Wilco, Grandaddy or Flaming Lips for their quirky ways of making a song sound familiar yet strikingly out of the ordinary. The sun shines warm on the deep blue sea…and all you have to do is listen.
I Never Loved a Girl
Brian Canning is a Los Angeles based writer and composer who counts award winning national spots for Nike, T-Mobile, Gatorade, Coke and Old Spice among his credits. He signed with BMG/Chrysalis Music in 2009 worked as a top line writer for artists on and off the publisher’s roster until 2013.
Brian got his songwriting start with the Los Angeles based indie rock quintet Irving (co-formed with Sea Wolf founder Alex Church). Irving would see substantial critical success, including regular rotation and a live performance on KCRW’s bellwether morning radio show “Morning Becomes Eclectic.” Brian went on to form Afternoons, his current band, whose debut album will be released in Fall 2014.
Brian has also worked with producers Phil Ek (the Shins, Fleet Foxes, Built to Spill), Andy Paley (the Ramones, Brian Wilson), and Grammy Award winner Tom Biller (Liars, Karen O./Where the Wild Things Are).
KNOWER is Louis Cole and Genevieve Artadi, a genre-mashing progressive pop duo from Los Angeles, California. Their sound reflects a broad range of musical influences including Michael and Janet Jackson, James Brown, Skrillex, Stereolab, Gyorgy Ligeti, Kraftwerk, Talking Heads, and Miles Davis, along with a
shared affinity for space phenomena, Super Mario Kart, helicopters and jets, and human nature.
Jackson Green is a Los Angeles native with a passion for everything from blissful pop to the solemnest of the avant garde. His projects include an array of personal work as singer/songwriter and leading collaborations with groups such as Demo Team, Mankind, Rainbow Bentley and hip hop duo Tongue Drum. Having released two albums, 15 Colors and the acclaimed three-disc Trimurti, Demo Team caught the ears of Chan Marshall and were asked to open for Cat Power, playing for thousands of fans. Jackson continues to perform and produce music in LA, continually honing his craft as a multi-instrumentalist and audiophile sound engineer.