- Entertainment Lawyer/Artist Manager/Music Supervisor/Brand Consultant/Blogger/Filmmaker
Brandon Dorsky is an entertainment and intellectual property lawyer with specialties in music, event production, film and endorsements. He is also the founder of @supergoodmusic, a music supervisor, a consultant for brands, artists and managers, a manager of artists (Brandon Coleman, Taz Arnold) and producers (Tk Kayembe, Daedelus, Ryan Lofty) and a filmmaker ("Last Cup: Road to the World Series of Beer Pong"). Brandon Dorsky has worked closely with many artists and brands including Foster The People, Snoop Dogg, Action Bronson, Pretty Lights, Lettuce, Brandon Coleman, TOKiMONSTA, Zeds Dead, Grenco Science, Grassroots California, HUF, DOPE, High Times Magazine, and more. Brandon Dorsky has also produced and/or helped organize a variety of multimedia entertainment events, including founding and producing the successful Music Tech Mash-Up series of events at SXSW (from 2010-2012), the ExpansionLA series, Grenco Science's 2013 Coachella parties, WxWW with Red Bull in 2014, Brooklyn Night Bazaar with Lyynks Music in Williamsburg, the annual Oy Vey SXSW party, regular concerts at Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles, and many other events.
- artist management, music marketing, strategic partnerships, music festivals, music publishing, live events, music licensing / syncing, music management, music performance, music business, artist branding
- hip-hop, jazz, funk, soul, indie rock, indie pop, electronic, classic rock, music, breakbeat, world music, americana, beats, trap, dubstep, bass music, deep house, instrumental, synthpop, fashion, electro pop, psychedelic rock, chillwave, blues, future soul, progressive house, nu-jazz, downbeat / electro-acoustic, future beats, food, indie electronic, future bass, future funk
- Los Angeles, CA
It's a beautiful song. The lyrics and piano compliment one another. If I was working on appropriate content currently, I would consider this for synch. I have a meeting with a marketing company that mostly does advertisements next week --- so this is probably not what they would typically use, but I will keep this in mind for the next film or TV or new media project I am working on. This is certainly a candidate for any scene that involves death, emotional tension, emotional separation, bad behavior, etc.
Hey Patrick ---- sorry I missed your submission in the 2 week time frame. I was traveling to watch the solar eclipse and was in a remote area without phone or internet for over a week. I just did not get around to it within the week I was back. If you would like my honest feedback and advise --- feel free to resubmit.