You may not know her name (yet), but Sarah Strobl is a key member of The License Lab team. She’s probably the reason the lights stay on and we all have jobs. While her formal title is Director of Admin & Numbers, we tend to call her The Queen of Numbers. Sarah has a unique background in the environmental field, but the healing power of music has always been there.
Barry Paul Clark is a busy fellow. Whether he’s performing double bass with a symphony orchestra, creating experimental/electronic music, composing for films, touring in bands throughout the country, or recording bass for our records, Barry is always intentional and honest about the work he puts out in the world.
Releasing new music is always a thrill for us at The License Lab, but we find it especially fun when there is such eclectic offering to share with you. This roundup is certainly one of those. From authentic Indian instrumentation to an occasionally sinister harp to shopping-spree-madness-infused rock and roll, these albums absolutely run the gamut.
This week’s new releases hit heavy on Trap and splinter off from there. You get some shiny and positive pop, a cosmic trip, and soothing synthesis. This is an ideal mix of albums for modern and trendy messaging.
From the sands of eastern Asia to the streets of New York, these new releases take us all over the map. The variety ensures that there is something for everyone with complex piano and guitar soundscapes, dirty blues riffs, ethnic drums, energetic funk, and killer breakbeat montages.
This collection of new releases is pretty, pretty dark. But don’t worry, we’ve got some spritely classical guitar in here for you as well. Lots of Drama and Electronic drones here for all of your soundtrack, documentary, and mood pieces.
A fresh batch of handcrafted sonic inspiration is ready to support your next story. You’ll get a healthy dose of drama, discovery, reflective, and confident music with these new additions, perfect companions for the journey.
Our website has served us well in pretty much its current form for nearly a decade, since our inception, which we all recognize is absolutely ancient in internet years. While we still routinely get compliments on it, we’ve been wanting to make some improvements for a while. As of today, our new and improved site is live.
Video games have come a long way and the accompanying music has also become more and more complex and prominent, but it has always been memorable. Do you remember the first time you played Super Mario Bros? Can you hear the theme?
For over a century, musicians around the world have been working on the crafting music that is specifically designed to accompany specific moods, atmospheres, or vibes. In need of the perfect funk instrumental for your 70s cop tv show? Looking for a bombastic introduction for your weekly football broadcast? Library music has been there for all of these situations and more.