Los Angeles, CA, March 14, 2022 – Currently celebrating its 15th anniversary year, Alloy Tracks, a renowned source of both original music and sound design tracks for the entertainment and advertising industries, enjoyed a truly remarkable 2021 with many dozens of music and sound design placements. Headquartered in Los Angeles, with a brand-new, Nashville satellite office that just opened in 2022, Alloy Tracks successfully placed its music last year within high-profile campaigns promoting major motion pictures, TV shows, and streaming network films.

Alloy Tracks founder Troy MacCubbin and his team of top composers – Bryce Miller, Norman Wille and Sebastian Jakoby – stand at the ready to tackle any project and deliver a unique, custom musical idea for any medium: trailers, film, TV, games, advertising, themed-entertainment and multi-media presentations.

Most recently, the company provided music to the trailer for “The Adam Project” – the film debuted on Netflix, March 9th. Please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ja2MnYh5rVk

Another very recent music placement from Alloy Tracks can be heard within the official trailer promoting “Jurassic World Dominion,” slated to premiere June 10. To view this trailer, please visit: https://youtu.be/fb5ELWi-ekk Says Adam Finkelstein, Executive Creative Director, Senior Editor with Trailer Park, “Our client at Universal asked for a trailer that would mirror the wonder, scale, nostalgia, and terror the ‘Jurassic’ franchise is known for, so the iconic score from the original films served as the perfect baseline for this new piece. We approached Alloy for their inventive and unique musical style – Troy and his team are unparalleled in their artful interpretation of familiar songs and scores. We knew they would knock it out of the park, and sure enough they exceeded our expectations. What I think makes this piece of music so successful is that it has its own distinct identity and melody – one that complements the score perfectly. The signature synths and haunting strings build into an epic and grand melody that eventually transform into the theme we all know and love. Just as the piece crescendos and drops out, epic drums take over to bring the action and horror, resulting in an overall experience that delivers on every emotional level.”

“Working with Alloy Tracks is always a privilege. In a time when we are bombarded with new content daily, they find a way to make music cut through the noise in an extremely impactful way. Every composition has something special and unexpected. Memorable marketing aims to challenge conventions and surprise people. Troy and his team at Alloy Tracks do just that, every time,” Finkelstein concludes.

Regarding his company’s 15th anniversary milestone, and the fact that 2021 was one of Alloy Tracks’ best years ever, MacCubbin said, “I am thrilled by how we have slowly and steadily built up the Alloy Tracks brand since our launch in 2007. I love that we are a relatively small company that prides itself on delivering personal service with quick, high-quality turn arounds. While we have obviously established ourselves as one of the top tier music companies for major motion picture advertising, I’m also really interested in pushing Alloy Tracks further into additional arenas including campaigns for video games, major brand advertising, TV shows and Film. We have an amazing team of loyal and gifted composers based all over the world, and I’m really excited to see what potential new doors we can crash through, this year and beyond!”

In addition to the two new trailers cited above, Alloy Track’s 2021 music placements included trailers promoting these Feature Films: “DC – The World Needs Heroes,” “King Richard,” “The Batman,” “Moonfall,” “”Sonic The Hedgehog 2,” “Dune,” “The Many Saints of Newark,” “Encanto,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “Soul,” “Tom & Jerry,” “Space Jam 2,” “Godzilla Vs. Kong,”” “Cruella,” “Mortal Kombat,” “Promising Young Woman,” “One Night in Miami,” “Respect,” “Old,” “The Suicide Squad: El Dorado,” “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard,” “Loki,” “In the Heights,” “Black Widow,” “Halloween Kills,” “Free Guy,” ‘Hawkeye,” and “Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” among them.

Alloy Track’s 2021 music placements included campaigns promoting these TV Shows and Streaming Network Films: “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” HBO’s “The Nevers,” “Dopesick,” “House of Gucci,” “The Boys” (season 2,) “Bridgerton” (season 1,) “The Mandalorian,” “Mare of East Town,” “Dexter: New Blood,” “The Expanse,” “Halston,” “Invasion,” “The Witcher” (season 2,) “Tiger King” (season 2,) “Star Wars: Visions,” FX’s “American Horror Story” promos, “Animaniacs” (season 2,) “Mysterious Benedict Society” and “The After Party,” among many others.

And Alloy Track’s 2021 music placements also included promotions for such Special Projects as: An NBA Lakers-Clippers tune-in spot; a promo for The Comedy Store; and Facebook Spots and a trailer promoting Will Smith’s best-selling autobiography, “Will.”

ABOUT TROY MACCUBBIN:

Proud Australian native Troy MacCubbin founded Alloy Tracks in Los Angeles in 2007. A longtime professional guitarist, singer and songwriter, Troy began playing guitar at the age of 10 while growing up on a small farm in Australia. Troy moved to Los Angeles in 1997 to further his studies in music. Troy played with numerous bands and then joined Interscope Records Russian Hit duo TATU.
After touring the world with T.A.T.U., Troy also played guitar with other noted superstars. These have included singers Kelly Clarkson, Enrique Iglesias, Wilson Phillips and Natalie Imbruglia.

ABOUT ALLOY TRACKS:

Alloy Tracks is a renowned, cutting-edge source for audio needs across all media and platforms, specializing in Custom Sound Design, FX, Orchestration, Rock, Industrial, Original Songs and Instrumentals. Founded in 2007 in Los Angeles by musician and composer Troy MacCubbin as an innovative enterprise dedicated to creating original music and sounds for the motion picture, television, advertising and video games industries, the company added a brand-new satellite office in Nashville in 2022.

Historically, Alloy Tracks has provided music and/or sound design to many hundreds of movie trailers. In addition to those cited above, the company has also placed music and/or sound design tracks within trailers promoting such hits as “Jurassic World Dominion,” “King Richard,” “The Batman,” “Dune,” “Respect,” “Free Guy,” ”DC- The World Needs Heroes,” “HAWKEYE,” “DC Super Pets,” “The Eternals,” “The Many Saints of Newark,” “Judas and the Black Messiah,” “Godzilla: King Of The Monsters,” “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “2012,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” “Maleficent,” “Transformers 4,” “The Hobbit,” “Divergent,” “Fast Furious 6,” “Man of Steel,” “World War Z,” “Wolverine,” “Star Trek,” “Iron Man 3,” “Saw 4,” Drag Me to Hell,” “Wonder Woman” “The Kingsman” “Midway” and dozens more.

In addition, Alloy Tracks has also provided music and sound design tracks to such hit TV shows and streaming films as “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “The Nevers,” “The Mandalorian,” “House of Gucci,” “Dexter: New Blood,” “The Trail Of Chicago 7,” “The Witcher Season 2,” “LOKI,” “El Chapo S3,” “Game of Thrones” and “Ugly Betty;” to Video Game trailers, including “Call Of Duty: Blacksmith” and “Destiny: Comet;” and to Brand Advertising Campaigns for State Football Teams.

The company’s slogan: “Originality. Innovation. Emotion. We Mix It All Into Our Music.”
Please see: https://www.alloytracks.com/

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Company Contact:
Alloy Tracks
Troy MacCubbin/Founder
310/210-6260
alloytracks@mac.com

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Beverly Hills, CA
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