Riptide introduces new 'one-stop' music catalog
June 11, 2014

Riptide introduces new 'one-stop' music catalog

CULVER CITY, CA — Riptide Music Group (, the LA-based music sync licensing and publishing company, has created “Riptide One,” an exclusively-represented, one-stop music catalog. Riptide One is a carefully curated commercial song and big-screen trailer music catalog from active indie artists, producers, and record labels. Songs from the Riptide One catalog have been widely used by the Hollywood entertainment community for years. The advertising/brand community has also turned to Riptide’s catalogs for national, international, and regional TV advertising campaigns.
Recently, song entries from the Riptide One catalog have been placed within two worldwide Tresemmé spots, and national spots for BMW, Dawn and Miller Lite. Riptide also produces music for motion picture advertising, and songs from the company have been used in hundreds of major studio promotional movie trailers. The company is now making this same specialized “trailer music sound” available for the first time to commercial advertisers.
“The Riptide One catalog delivers music that moves us, excites us, and speaks to picture,” says Rich Goldman, president of Riptide Music Group. “We're calling this collection of music Riptide One because the ‘One’ stands for ‘one-stop,’ meaning that we control both the master and publishing, making licensing a snap. And this music is 100 percent exclusive to us. It can’t be found anywhere else.”
A few recent examples of music placements by Riptide within entertainment and advertising projects include: movie trailers and spots for "The Fault In Our Stars," "The Amazing Spider Man 2," "Noah," "The Wolf Of Wall Street;” inclusion within the films "Edge Of Tomorrow" and "Despicable Me 2;" inclusion within TV shows such as "Breaking Bad," "NCIS," "Revenge," and "The Good Wife;" video games trailers, including "Call Of Duty: Black Ops," and "God Of War;" and commercials for such brands as TRESemmé, Apple, Dawn, Miller Lite, and BMW.