Works from award-winning composers Frederik Wiedmann and Joel Goodman available for immediate licensing. 

SANTA MONICA, Calif.— Killer Tracks, a premiere source for pre-cleared production music,
today announces its new label ICON, featuring music for movie trailers,
television promos, advertising, sports, games and other media.
The initial release includes 16 albums created and produced
by award-winning composers Frederik Wiedmann and Joel Goodman, founders of
independent music producer ICON Trailer Music. The collection runs the gamut
from rich, melodic orchestral scores—many recorded with live orchestras—to cutting
edge electronica. Also included are a large selection of alternate mixes, bonus
elements and trailer toolkits. All 16 albums are available immediately for
licensing in the U.S. and internationally.
“We are thrilled to represent
ICON in the production music market,” said Killer Tracks Director of Marketing
Andrew Donahue. “Frederik and Joel are gifted, versatile composers who write
music brimming with emotion and energy. Their tracks are extremely functional,
and expertly crafted to work well with picture.” ICON is expected to produce
approximately five new albums for the collection each year.

Partnering with Killer Tracks provides ICON with access to
the world market and an association with a respected, established brand.
“Killer Tracks is known for quality and has been producing music at a high
level for a long time,” Goodman said. “It also has tremendous market share in
the U.S. and abroad. We look forward to enjoying great exposure.”
Founded by Wiedmann and Goodman in 2011, ICON initially
focused on orchestral trailer music, but has recently been expanding beyond
that niche, creatively and conceptually. “We spend a lot of time researching
trends and market demands,” explained Wiedmann. “We anticipate where the market
is headed and are working with edgier and more contemporary styles.”
ICON has also developed a reputation for high production
value. Whenever possible, it records with live orchestras, choirs and
musicians. It also produces music with editorial in mind, creating tracks with
numerous edit points, creating alternate mixes, and providing stems and musical
toolkits. “We deliver lots of components that are useful to picture editors,”
Goodman notes.
Wiedmann and Goodman bring broad experience in scoring for
film, television, documentaries, commercials and animation. Wiedmann won an
Emmy Award for the animated series All
Hail King Julien
. His credits also include the series Miles from Tomorrowland (Disney) and Green Lantern: The Animated Series (Cartoon Network), as well as
the films Justice League: Flashpoint
 (Warner Bros. Animation), Hostel: Part III (Sony), Mirrors II (20th Century Fox) and Hellraiser: Revelations (Weinstein Company, Dimension Films).
Goodman has more than 140 film and television credits, including the acclaimed
PBS documentary series American
for which he wrote the main theme. He has also scored more than
30 films for HBO, notably Saving
Pelican #895
, for which he won an Emmy Award.
Killer Tracks
will be exhibiting at NAB Show,
April 22-27 in Las Vegas, Booth SL-7616.
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Killer Tracks is a global source for pre-cleared music for film,
television, advertising and interactive media.  With more than 2,700
active albums from 37 global libraries, the Killer Tracks catalog spans every
genre and features original works from some of the music industry’s most
innovative composers, artists and producers.  The premium catalog is
continuously enhanced with exclusive recordings and new music updates.
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