LOS ANGELES — New York City-based music provider Manhattan Production Music (www.mpmmusic.com) has established its first-ever Los Angeles office, and named Andrew Robbins senior director of film/TV music. Working from their base in Beverly Hills, Robbins will be responsible for presenting and placing MPM's extensive music and song catalogs within feature films, movie trailers, TV shows, TV promos, videogames, commercials, and multi-media projects.
Manhattan Production Music’s offerings include over 28,000 tracks across nine libraries, and several indie labels. The company’s music was recently placed in the films Race: The Jesse Owens Story and “Dirty Grandpa, and in trailers promoting Trainwreck, Madame Secretary, Silicon Valley and The Big Bang Theory. Its music can also be heard in spots for the likes of AT&T and Toyota.
Prior to joining MPM, Robbins served as director, film/TV music both at MusicBox (2007-2015) and at Megatrax (1997-2007) where his sales, work ethic, and insight into the needs of each company’s clientele greatly aided their growth. Some of his placements include the films Crash, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Stigmata, Memento, Bad Santa, and Big Fish, and the TV shows Switched at Birth, Pawn Stars, Nashville, The Mentalist, and American Restoration. During the course of his career, Robbins has been responsible for over 29,000 additional music placements.