GravelRoad's song "Bottom of the World" (from the album The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2020 film starring starring: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Caleb Ellsworth-Clark, Josh Cruddas, directed by Robin Pront.
GravelRoad's song Monkey With A Wig (from the album The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2018 television series on Starz Network “Power Season 5 episode 7”
GravelRoad's song "Bottom of the World" (from the album The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2017 television series on syfy “Killjoys Season 3 Episode 6”
GravelRoad's song "The Run" (from the album The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2017 television series on syfy “Killjoys Season 3 Episode 1”
GravelRoad's song "The Run" (from the album The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2017 television series Arrow CW show “Arrow” — episode 512
GravelRoad's song "The Run" (from the album The Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2017 Netflix series “Bloodline” Episode 302
GravelRoad's song "Flesh & Bones" (from the album El Scuerpo) – 2016 on Esquire Network “Best Bars” episode 208
GravelRoad's song Wolf On Down The Way – (from the album El Scuerpo) 2016 on Esquire Network “Best Bars” episode 208
GravelRoad's song "Bring Me Back" (from the album the Bloody Scalp of Burt Merlin) – 2014 Showtime series “The Affair” episode 104
GravelRoad's song "Bad Dog" (from the album Shot The Devil) – 2014 film “Wolves” Directed by David Hayter, featuring Lucas Till and Jason Momoa
GravelRoad's song "Devil Eyes " (from the album Psychedelta) – 2013 film “Sexy Evil Genius” featuring Katee Sackhoff, Michelle Trachtenberg, Anthony Michael Hall, William Baldwin, Seth Green
GravelRoad's song "Rabbit Run" – 2012 film “Baytown Outlaws” – featuring Billy Bob Thornton and Eva Longoria
GravelRoad's songs "Feel Like Goin’ Home" & "Bad Dog (remix)" featured in “Rising From The Ruins” – documentary, official selection – Seattle International Film Festival 2009 [http://risingfromruins.com/]
The Foghorns - Bo Diddley as imagined by Slim Whitman, zydeco as interpreted by the Kinks; anti-folkers The Foghorns have been key figures of the Seattle roots music scene since they left their homes in Reykjavik, Brooklyn and Wisconsin, regularly topping album of the year charts for very different reasons.
Mystery Ship - Shredding guitars, huge riffs, bass & drums of tectonic thunder. Cryptic & impassioned songs of shipwrecks, time travel, sleazy docks & mysterious women. The smell of roaches in the pockets of old denim jackets and hot tube amps.
recommended for: action movies, sports television, action sports videos
Half Light - psychedelic Shoegaze with a heavy doses of ambiance and texture
Lost Dogma - Equally influenced by classic American artists like Tom Petty, Gram Parsons as well as blues, modern folk and Bakersfield country, Lost Dogma typifies the bubbling undercurrent of Americana at its best. Their songs are unpretentious and heartfelt; sweeping, lush and haunting all in the same breath and all with an insistent beat and focused energy that let you know this is still a rock and roll band.
Ok 2B Yerself - featured in Entertain The Moon
Serendipity - featured in Entertain The Moon
Drive All Night - featured in Entertain The Moon
Proud Wonderful Me - garage pop, or as Crazy Horse meets surf rock. The important thing is that their music has hooks, it rocks, and it’s not dumb. It's meaty aggressive and smart.
recommended for: comedies, romantic movies, indie-films
Yellowline Music - electronic music, heavy ambient textures
recommended for: drama, science fiction, detective/crime stories
recommended for: solo acoustic