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Check out our latest, hottest new artists to sign to the StockMusicSite.com label. It takes a certain distinctive ability to be designated as a Hot New Artist on our site. These talented, award-winning composers from around the world have much in common. Together they represent a dynamic and creative force, bringing us new and original music and sound effects with a brilliance that is consistently impressive and top-of-the-mark. To listen to their hot tracks now, click on the artist's name below.

Caiti Patton (USA)
A charming, happy-go-lucky woman who has a desire to dive deeper into her love for making music and telling stories, Caiti Patton is known for her over-active imagination and quirky personality. From Ohio but now living in sunny Florida, she paints a unique scene for every song she writes with her favorite part of the creative process by collaborating with visual artists after a track is finished. A writer now for ten plus years, Caiti's influences change as she strives to incorporate Cinematic influences with her Indie/Pop roots.

Don Goliath (Germany)
Based in Germany, Don Goliath is a songwriter and producer who specializes in a unique style of Dubstep that blends Electro, Dancehall, and Ska elements. His work features some of Jamaica's leading Dancehall and Reggae artists, including Busy Signal, Chuck Fender, Lexxus, Fantan Mojah, Reggie Stepper, and Anthony B, among many others. Don's songs are perfect for TV, Film, and Commercial producers looking for a cool, funky sound that breaks away from Dubstep cliches.

Plastic DJ (Spain)
Plastic DJ is a Barcelona-based electronic music producer whose sonic odyssey goes straight into the mind’s eye, and you can truly feel connected to his awesome music in your heart and soul. Through a boldly expressive and imaginative range of powerful ideas and sounds, Plastic DJ draws on Deep House and Downtempo atmospheres, while an infusion of Electro and his vibrantly dynamic and melodic vocals add brilliant textures and depth to the music. With his growing fan base, we're honored to have Plastic DJ in the house with his HOT beats!

S.L. Rabbit (Slovakia)
Based in Slovakia, S. L. Rabbit is a producer of sound effects and music loops that display great attention to detail. He has a passion for the mechanical sounds of high-tech electronic devices like digital cameras. It isn't only about the shutter sound, but also the lens changing sound, card removal, and more. When it comes to music loops, with his expert use of guitar, bass, drum sample, and VST plugins and instruments, S. L.'s genre range reaches from Acid Jazz, Funk Rock, and Nu-Metal to industrial, Movie, and Cinematic themes.

Alex Samm (Brazil)
Since 1992, Brazilian composer Alex Samm has been developing Atmospheric and rich instrumental tracks for Gaming, TV (including MTV Brazil), Ballet, Internet, and Radio. Alex knows how to develop relationships with listeners by avoiding overused melodies and harmonies. For the last ten years, Alex has specialized in digital producing, synthesizers (digital and analog), playing guitar and bass, vocals, and mixing. He has worked solo and with artists throughout Brazil creating unforgettable melodies in Classical, New Age, and Rock genres.

Amedeo Landi (Italy)
Amedeo Landi, based in Florence, Italy, is a music composer for TV, Film, Games, Trailers, and Media. He composes a wide variety of music, from epic, sweeping Orchestral and Orchestral/Electronic hybrid scores to intimate piano solos with strong melodies and themes. Amedeo's most important musical influences are Erik Satie, Debussy, Chopin, Philip Glass, and Hans Zimmer.

Tony Lopez (USA)
Tony Lopez is a composer and producer from Virginia who specializes in ultra-cool Club, Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Dub Step, and Ambient tracks. His music has been featured by several artists in the US and Canada, by Century Aspect Films in London, and by Keeley Media in the US, and Terracraft Motors in Texas. Tony also created the music for and voiced part of the first bilingual radio ad (English/Spanish) for Car Toyz that aired on 106.5 The Beat in Richmond, Virginia.

David Beard (UK)
David Beard of the UK was born into a musical family with his father and grandfather performing as musicians in bands and orchestras and as singers at Derby Cathedral. From an early age, influences of various music styles from Electronic Synth, Dramatic, World and Classical shaped his future and career. After teaching and lecturing in music composition and music technology, David now specializes in creating music and sound design for the Film and Television industry, expertly finessing genres from Children's Music to Horror!

Benjamin Orth (Germany)
Benjamin Orth is a German multi-instrumentalist, composer, and audio engineer who writes music in a variety of styles from Cinematic, Commercial, Corporate, Ambient, and Classical to Pop and Rock. Benjamin has produced, recorded, and mixed numerous albums and EPs with international bands and artists. With a Master’s degree in physics, and as a graduate from Los Angeles College of Music in Music Producing and Recording, he deftly combines science, technology, and art into amazing compositions!

Brandon Lew (USA)
Brandon Lew began his career as an L. A. -based composer, songwriter, and producer after graduating from USC's Thornton School of Music. He went on to work with wonderful artists like Armors, Vanda, and Grace Walker on their upcoming releases; while also working on his own projects. His most recent release, "The Dawn," is a down-to-earth, Folk EP of powerfully personal pieces. With his work in Pop music, Brandon won the Foundation of New American Musicals 2018 Showsearch with this original piece "Messy."

Clark Ford (USA)
A songwriter from Iowa, Clark Ford has written music for musical theater in a variety of genres, including Pop, Rock, Country, Blues, Jazz, and Sacred. He has written the scores (music and lyrics) for six full-length musicals to include "1961," "1972,' "1983," "1994," "2005," "2016," and "You're Missing Me," which was featured in the "Women of Substance Podcast." Clark grew up in the shadow of Hollywood and graduated from UCLA and the University of Iowa. His music is heavily influenced by Classical, Classic Rock, and musical/movie scores.

Spectral Acoustic (USA)
Spectral Acoustic utilizes a variety of instruments and sound sources to create evocative and atmospheric tracks ranging from the dazzling and euphoric to the dark and mysterious. Though heavy on experimental, layered guitar textures and processed synths, this Pacific-Northwest music is frequently melodic and accessible, calling to mind the ambient work of Brian Eno, the scores of David Lynch collaborator Angelo Badalamenti, and the avant-garde spirit of early Warp Records artists such as Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada.

Resonance Array (Australia)
Resonance Array is the musical alter ego of American Film, TV, and Game composer Scott Lloyd Shelly, who is currently living in Australia. Scott is perhaps best known for his work on "The Crocodile Hunter" television shows, and his experience has helped him compose the tracks available here, which are designed to work with films, under or over dialogue, or as featured music cues. Step up and let Resonance Array's originality and diversity guide your next project -- or Safari.

Danny K (Canada)
Danny K is a Canadian musician, engineer, and producer who is well-versed in most popular music genres. Starting in a band as a drummer, he quickly embraced technology and turned to DJ'ing in college. Formally educated at the Harris Institute for the Arts in Toronto, he holds a degree in music engineering and production. Working in the industry for 15 years, Danny's music has been featured by Visa, MasterCard, McDonald's, and Kellogs, to name a few. He has also worked with major artists and enjoyed significant radio play in North America.

Tamara Shestopalova (Russia)
Russian composer Tamara Shestopalova specializes in Ambient music and soundscapes. Her works are highly atmospheric and spatial, ranging from mysterious to disturbing. According to Tamara, "If the music resonates with my soul, I am happy with my work." Her music is based on the soul, reminiscent of sadness and inspiration, creating magic with her compositions. Tamara's fantasy-like pieces lend themselves to Film, scores, soundtracks, trailers, and soundscapes.

Stephen Daltry (UK)
With an emphasis on real instruments, strong themes, and melodies, UK’s Stephen Daltry's TV and Film commissions include the 2018 feature 'Of Fish and Foe' for BBC Scotland, the Sundance hit 'The Moo Man,' two documentaries on Princess Diana for ITV, 'The Hunt,' BBC (Cultural Prix Italia Winner), and scores for Discovery, Ch4, Ch5, PBS, and Cinema. Stephen has a Classical music style mixing his love of piano with sampled sounds for some of his scores, including the Grierson Award-nominated "The 2000-Year-Old Computer" for BBC (2013).

The Colors of the Dark (USA)
Based in Oregon, The Colors of the Dark are a group of artistic, fiercely sworn creatives who shun conventional music where it stands and do it with style and glee to burn. Blending edgy Dramatic and Ambient elements, their music is the undercurrent of the twisted mind of the hunter and the fear of the hunted. It's the cold eyes of the unknown drifting in a hallowed futuristic Dystopia. The Colors of the Dark create pure atmosphere with dark instinct, alive in the dark corners of our imagination, with teeth flared, and hell to pay.

Omaja (USA)
Omaja is the award-winning duo of internationally-known shamanic-sound healer Leontine Hartzell and award-winning musician Charlie Braun. Dynamic female vocals evoke mystical Enya/Native American-like sound journeys. Their songs uplift, heal, relax, and inspire, supported by multi-instrumental original compositions. Soaring, evocative female vocals create a mystical alluring musical landscape for Film and TV scenes. This music evokes angels, beauty, compassion, and soul -- perfect for Anime, Sci-Fi, Indie or major studio films, spas, yoga.

Tan Ses (Germany)
Germany's talented artist Tan Ses, born in Turkey and educated in Austria (Masters Degree in Information Management), has been living in two cultures his entire life. He learned to play the piano and organ as a young boy and started composing when he was 14 years old. After diving into the world of Electronic music and synthesizers, he published three albums that mirror his heritage and the vast cultural influences of Anatolia and Austria. Tan Ses gives us a glimpse into both amazing cultures through his dynamic World and New Age music.

Frank Schlimbach (Germany)
Frank Schlimbach began his career as a freelancer in his own studio in South Germany, and after composing over 150 songs, stepped into the Trailer world by writing edgier, more vibrant trailer music. Subsequently, his work evolved into more TV music, soundtracks, and scores using Dramatic, Melancholic, and Classical genres. Frank´s compositions have been featured in "Halloween 2018," "Goosebumps 2," and other well-known movies. His extraordinary sound design and synth sounds offer a world of depth to his music.

Martin Buitenweg (Aruba)
Martin Buitenweg of Aruba is an amazing composer who creates captivating themes that draw you in completely from the first few notes. His dynamic use of Orchestral sounds mixed with modern beats and synths take you to some unexpected places while the melodies will linger on in your head. Martin's arrangements and score compositions have been used in Film, and are the perfect complement to Trailers, Documentaries, and other media. In addition to recording and producing, Martin is co-organizer of the Caribbean Sea Jazz Festival.

Henrik Norberg (Sweden)
Henrik Norberg is a singer/songwriter from Sweden who creates music for Film and TV. With experience from the Rock scene, he fell in love with the Acoustic guitar and dived into the genre. While working as a sound engineer at Film and TV gigs, his colleagues started to ask for music for their various projects. Offering up a mix of Acoustic and Electronic styles with a Ukulele-based cue or an occasional Ambient piece, Henrik's music quickly began to be featured in Swedish TV dramas and infomercials.

Paul Cooper-James (UK)
UK's Paul Cooper-James creates eclectic soundtracks, Ambient 'beds,' Classical music arrangements, Asian Ethnic music, thrilling music for psychological dramas, and dramatic, exciting TV and Film music. Just how does Paul make instruments speak? As a proficient pianist, organist, clarinetist, and harpist, Paul brings these instruments alive just as his extensive choral experience lends itself to writing vocal music. At times deeply spiritual, other times excitingly rhythmic, dark or simply light and fun-loving in style. Highly adaptable.

Richard Hughes (USA)
Richard Hughes of New Mexico followed his love of music and taught himself to play guitar after high school because he was compelled to write songs. For a few years, he studied music and recording by day, and by night was immersed in the stories and riffs of Blues players on Beale Street in Memphis. Following a career in Film and TV, Richard now composes music for Indie filmmakers, ad agencies, and more. From Indie, Modern Rock and Pop, to Bollywood, Funk, Alternative, and Traditional Country, Richard delivers the music for all media.

Matthew Brandon Carlson (USA)
Matthew Carlson is a composer, arranger, and musician who has scored over 20 Films like "The Mingle" and "400 Miles," as well as TV shows like "Intimate Apparel," Web series, Commercials, and Jingles. This California artist has performed domestically and abroad, and his recordings have been heard around the world. Matthew believes music and the arts make the world a better place, and his goal is to create relatable music that does just that through Cinematic, Dramatic, Orchestral, Jazz, Rock, Big Band, Classical, and Pop sounds.

Ross Casey (USA)
Ross Casey is a versatile composer and songwriter from California who received a Master of Music Degree in composition at California State University, Fullerton. His music freshly intertwines the rich orchestration and structure of Classical music with the rhythms and modern sounds of Pop and Electronic music. He recently composed original music for the Lewa Adventure Theme Park in Xi’an, China. Ross composes both instrumental music and songs in various genres, ideal for film soundtracks, TV, movie trailers, video games, and commercials.

Gordon Nance (USA)
Gordon Nance is a versatile Pennsylvania-based composer and producer working in the Hip Hop, Pop, RnB, and Dance genres. He was previously signed by Grammy Award-winning producer Rockwilder to his Beat Gang Entertainment group alongside artists like Mya, Busta Rhymes, and Eric Serman. Gordon's music can be heard on Speed TV, and he also did the kick-off music for the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks and the walk-out/preview music for MMA fighters Scott Heckman and Jim Miller. He is currently working on music for Knicks and UFC shows at Madison Square Garden and producing other artists.

Scott Hampton (USA)
Based in New York City, Scott Hampton is a composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist with experience scoring Feature Films, Documentaries, and branded content. His tracks combine a high level of musicianship with advanced digital technique and remix culture. Scott has composed custom music for brands like Nestea and Petco, and his music has been featured in hundreds of Television shows on networks including NBC, ABC, The Food Network, Bravo, HGTV, Travel Channel, MTV, DIY Network, and TV Land.

GP Pomponi 432 (Italy)
GP Pomponi 432 is the creative project of Italian composer, arranger, orchestrator, and sound engineer Gian Paolo Pomponi. He has been composing music for many years and, as a multi-instrumentalist, he plays guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, and piano. Gian released a CD in France entitled "Ross" for the sound of PSI music. He has composed for theater, TV, advertising, video, and film, creating music tuned on 432 Hz (A4) in different genres and styles from Dramatic to Meditation, and from Latin to Jazz.

Thirsty Curses (USA)
Thirsty Curses is an eclectic Rock n Roll band from North Carolina that's been the vehicle for singer-songwriter Wilson Getchell's music since 2016. Thirsty Curses was formed with the help of Kelly Otwell (lead guitar), Tradd Yancey (drums) and David James Henry (bass). In early 2017, they released their debut record "Holy Moly," which featured garnered the band local and regional attention. Thirsty Curses has since been touring and released their second album in 2018, "All Shook Up, which was recorded and produced by legendary Mitch Easter

Hannah Woolmer (UK)
UK's Hannah Woolmer began her concert violin career after studying at Trinity College London and London College of Music, by performing and recording "Lark Ascending" with the University of Cambridge. Following the success of this EP, she toured extensively as a soloist performing in major venues around the world including The Wales Millennium Centre and The 02 Arena. Hannah has been very vocal in her support for modern Classical music and began composing her own music which quickly led to her writing music for computer games.

D J Bonseye (Canada)
Bonny "DJBonseye" Morgan has written and produced music for video games, film, TV, ads, animation, radio, corporate clients, children's media, and more. Credits include Video Games (Day of Destruction VR, Pay Dirt!, Bionauts), Films (Fat Chance, Chessgame, SexSymbol87), New Media (Aesop's Fables iOS Collection, DialogMeds Take It Safe IVR, Mediazoic Radio Stingers), plus two solo albums which receive airplay coast-to-coast on America's Clear Channel radio network and Canada's CBC Radio. She has also performed with many top bands worldwide.

Poppy Brothers (USA)
Poppy Brothers is a US Electro-Pop duo consisting of vocalist James Tillman and producer Matthew Taylor. In 2012 the real life brothers released three radically different songs which ranged from smooth R&B to thick Alternative Rock. The slick Electro-Pop “One” caught fire and propelled the brothers to record a full-length album which gained traction with listeners around the world achieving more than 1,000,000 plays on digital platforms to include Netflix (13 Reasons Why), CBS, Sports Illustrated, Miss Universe, GUESS, Discovery, and CNN.

Brian McGravey (USA)
Brian McGravey has been a composer for over 15 years. In 2013, he received a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Massachusetts Lowell for "Music Business" (specialization in Piano Performance). Since graduating, Brian has composed hundreds of TV cues in various genres including dramedy, jazz, holiday music, tension, epic orchestral, and ambient music. As an author of nine music books containing hundreds of original compositions and arrangements, Brian's influences include Hans Zimmer, John Williams, John Coltrane, and Danny Elfman.

Anthony Lo Re (France)
Anthony Lo Re is a French musician, composer, producer, and sound designer. After finishing his studies in audiovisual and music, he started creating music for a wide variety of media including Film, TV, and Video games. His deft use of Dramatic, Orchestral, Classical, Celtic, World, Action, and New Age genres creates vibrant emotion and ambiance. Anthony also writes for Indie Games and French virtual vocals.

Philip Winfrey (USA)
Philip Winfrey of Alabama is a songwriter, producer, and composer with an impressive range of work. His discerning ear and top-notch work ethic allow him to create a variety of film and commercial-ready instrumentals as well as inspirational and feel-good songs in the Southern Rock, Country, and Christian genres. Philip's love for music began in Sound Shop Studios Nashville, where he watched his father capture the very best of legends such as Paul McCartney and Dolly Parton, and was influenced to write music that would move people.

DJ Trigger (UK)
Based in the UK, DJ Trigger has won multiple platinum, diamond, and gold records for his savvy music production work. As a composer, arranger, songwriter, multi-instrumentist, and DJ, he has worked for myriad top artists around the world. Using a full range of genres from Club, Dance, Soul, House, Afro House, Pop, Rock, and Jazz, he creates the perfect media mood. Well-known and celebrated for his eclectic musicality, melodies, and beats, DJ Trigger offers you an infinite panel of musical emotions, full of sensitivity and creativity.

John William Simmons (Australia)
Originally from London, John William Simmons is a multi-instrumentalist and composer living and working in Melbourne, Australia. With over 25 years of experience, his music has been featured in numerous Films and in over 200 TV shows. John has a great understanding of how music propels the moving image and lends meaning and context to it in styles like Pop, Rock, Jazz, Chill, and more. His live performances include the Sydney Opera House and the Getty Institute in LA. John's work leans into the avant-garde side of art and music.

Leonard Rogowski (USA)
Hollywood composer and recording artist Leonard Rogowski studied at UCLA, receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music. He also completed the well-known CAP Program (Composing and Arranging Program) at The Dick Grove School of Music. Leonard's music has been featured on National Geographic, CBS, NBC, and the SyFy Channel, and used in feature films like "Fire with Fire" (starring Bruce Willis). Covering genres like Smooth Jazz, Hip-Hop, Electronica, Pop, and more, he deftly creates exciting music for films and various multimedia projects.

Simone Sittel-Schlimbach (Germany)
Simone Sittel-Schlimbach began her career as a freelancer in her own studio in south Germany. After composing over 150 songs, she stepped into the trailer world by writing edgier, more vibrant trailer music. Subsequently, her work evolved into more TV music, soundtracks, and scores. Simone's compositions have been featured in Halloween 2018, Goosebumps 2, and other well-known movies. Her extraordinary sound design and synth sounds offer a world of depth to her streaming music.
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