“Mitchum Sees Sales Lift From Branded Entertainment Program”

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duotone’s Jack Livesey created a theme and, along with other duotone composers, scored a series of branded films (directed by Albert Maysles) for the “Hardest Working (insert job title here) in America” Mitchum campaign. The objective of the campaign was to find the hardest working person in America – contestants could submit their own short… Read more »

“Swamp People” makes History Channel #1

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The  series premiere of the History Channel’s new show “Swamp People”, with music by duotone composer Brian Deming, was a HIT.  “Swamp People” was the highest rated premiere in the History Channel’s existence and drove the History Channel to #1 in cable for the 10-11pm time slot.   It was one of the top 10… Read more »

Sky White Tiger to Play Rockwood Music Hall

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duotone collaborator Sky White Tiger (Louis Schwadron) will be playing at the Rockwood Music Hall (196 Allen Street)  on August 22nd at 9 pm!  Sky White Tiger’s Chigaco show last month recieved great reviews (loudlooppress.com), so they are sure to please the New York crowd. Be there or be square and be sure to check out… Read more »

Rubicon Premiere is a Hit

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AMC’s new series Rubicon, scored by duotone’s Peter Nashel, became the network’s highest-rated AND most-watched original series premiere EVER, attracting 2 million viewers.  For comparison, Mad Men averaged 900,000 viewers and Breaking Bad 1.2 million viewers their first seasons.  “AMC is now three for three with our original series,” said Charlie Collier, president and GM… Read more »