Motown-influenced “I Feel Alive” available for licensing.
blue-eyed soul singer Luke McMaster, is the latest addition to Killer Tracks’ acclaimed Artists
Series. The tracks are available for
licensing through www.killertracks.com and for
commercial purchase on iTunes. Killer Tracks is the leading source for today’s hottest
pre-cleared production music.
and big catchy choruses,” says Carl Peel, Killer Tracks Vice President of
Production. Luke’s songs are real and emotionally
relevant, and they work with visuals. Very few people can nail all that. Luke did.”
McMaster wrote and produced the 13 tracks featured on I Feel Alive in tandem with
award-winning songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Arun Chaturvedi.
They were recorded at Lakewood Studios, Toronto. “The music pulls from a
variety of influences…soul, pop, hip hop, R&B and Motown,” observes
McMaster. “The common thread is that they are very melodic. I love
melody, and I like to write songs that put smiles on people’s faces!”
James, Luke McMaster has earned popular and critical acclaim for his
passionate, contemporary take on classic soul and early Motown-influenced music.
His debut solo release All Roads drew
sparkling reviews and produced the hit “Good Morning Beautiful” (featuring Jim Brickman) which vaulted
to number 3 on Billboard’s AC Radio charts.
Lachey, Kyle Riabko and Marc Jordan. His songs have been featured in the
television series Degrassi and The Next
Generation. His latest commercial
album, Trending, will be released this spring.
with Killer Tracks was a beautiful thing,” he says. “We were instantly on the
same ‘song sheet.’ They encouraged us to spread our wings and be true to
ourselves. They want real songs that speak to people, tracks with depth and
that elevate whatever they are synced with.”
their heads and they’ll find themselves singing along to the radio in their
heads,” says Peel. “It’s Luke’s songs and his soulful voice.”
tracks from breakout artists from across the spectrum of popular music.
Previous releases include work for The Mutants, Rev Theory, Rare Monk, Shiny
Toy Guns, Tamar Karprelian, Misun and Alex Band. The venture has led to a
number of notable licensing deals.
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