Looking forward to the release of Ubisoft's "Far Cry 5"? Well, it's gonna be a good one: The first-person shooter game features two songs from Superior's Scott H. Biram, "Blood Sweat & Murder" and "Draggin' Down the Line."
SXSW 2018 is right around the corner! Don't miss Superior Music Publishing and Public Access Touring's official SXSW showcase, Friday, March 18th at Maggie Mae's Gibson Room. Featuring Superior artists SISTERS and Common Deer! Superior President/Founder Mara Schwartz Kuge will also be doing SXSW mentor sessions on Wednesday, March 14th from 2-3:15 pm. Sign up for your session here.
Who's got Olympic fever? Check out this video of Italian ice dancers Cappellini and Lanotte skating in the 2018 Olympic competition to Superior song "Kaboom!" by Ursula 1000.
Congratulations to Lawrence Azzerad, designer of the snazzy Superior logo, on his recent Grammy Award! Azzerad (center) won for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package for the Voyager Golden Record: 40th Anniversary Edition.
New Freeform TV show "Alone Together" features music from LA Font, Umm and Part Time this season. Produced by the Lonely Island team, the comedy show features two platonic friends who try to help each other with love and life in Los Angeles.
In the '80s, millions of Romanians tuned in to Comrade Detective, a gritty and sleek buddy cop show that's been digitally remastered and dubbed into English by a cast featuring Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon Levitt. Better still, the series features THREE usages of Superior Music Corporation's new wave classic "Are You Ready for the Sex Girls?" by Gleaming Spires. Available on Amazon Video.
HUGE congratulations to Split Music for their win at the Golden Trailer Awards! They won the Best Foreign Music category for the "RAW" trailer, featuring music by These Hidden Hands. Superior Music Corporation sub-publishes Split Music for the US and Canada and we could not be more thrilled for them to receive this honor. More info and the winning trailer is here.
Benjamin Hermann's "Calling Me" was recently used in an episode of NBC-TV's "Chicago Fire." Hermann's music is part of the Roaring Girl Records catalogue, represented by Superior Music Corporation's synch services division.