SongLily - Commercial Music Licensing. Made easy.
SongLily™ Content Partners
SongLily has partnered with leading record labels and publishers to bring you the very best music available for commercial licensing. Some of these partners include:
Carved Records is an American record label operating out of Dallas, Texas. Since forming in 2009, the label has signed two significant bands on the label: Texas Hippie Coalition and Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown.
Circus Records was founded by Doctor P, Flux Pavilion, Simon Swan and Earl Falconer. Forged in Dubstep, Circus Records has quickly cemented itself as a world leader in Electronic music.
Hollywood Records is an American record label of the Disney Music Group focusing on pop, rock, alternative and teen pop genres.
Hopeless Records is an independent record label located in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California. The label was started in 1993 by Louis Posen. Hopeless's artists are generally considered punk rock, pop punk, post-hardcore, or alternative rock, but some also include elements of various genres of metal.
Killer Tracks Production Music
Killer Tracks is a leading provider of pre-cleared production music for use in media. With over 2,300 digital music albums from more than 23 global libraries, the Killer Tracks catalog represents every major genre and features original works from award-winning composers and producers . As a result, the catalog has become a staple for the most prominent music supervisors and editors in the industry.
Lakeshore Records is the independent music division of Lakeshore Entertainment (an independent film production company that has produced such films as Million Dollar Baby, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Underworld, Underworld: Evolution, and Crank). They started out as WILL Records.
MintJam Music is a Pro Quality audio catalog designed and curated specifically for you. Every track on MintJam Music has been carefully selected, catalogued, and copyright cleared to ensure you have access to top-of-the-line music for your application - music that the Pros use at rates you can afford!
Opus 1 Production Music Library
Opus 1 Music Library is one of the largest independent music libraries in the world. Founded in 1998, Opus 1 now represents over 100,000 pieces of music and is constantly growing. Opus 1 catalogs cover music of all styles and genres, from Orchestral scores to Urban grooves, Country twang to Classical grandeur, Jazz and Blues roots to Alternative edge and ultra Hard Rock, and just about anything else you could possibly imagine.
Pro Sound Effects
Pro Sound Effects provides over 50,000 sound effects in the SongLily marketplace to the serve the needs of the ever-expanding universe of media producers. They combine innovative technologies and extraterrestrial creativity with exclusive content to form one an amazing set of SFX libraries, comprising tracks that range from historical to contemporary to futuristic, perfect to create next level media productions.
From its humble beginning in 1994 to today, The Royalty Network, Inc., has increased its client roster from year to year, boasting a growing catalog of some of the most prolific songwriters, producers and artists across a multitude of genres.
Slospeak stands alone as a truly artist-centric label. Slospeak adapts. Slospeak creates unique opportunities for their artists; they have an eccentric approach that fosters the vision of its artists. This approach aids in the development of their artists and forms a trust. This is the catalyst to each artist's success. Slospeak listens - not only to the music but also to the heartbeat of the artist.
Sony Music Entertainment is an American music corporation owned and operated by Sony Corporation of America, the United States subsidiary of Japan's Sony Corporation. Sony Music was founded as American Record Corporation in 1929, renamed Columbia Recording Corporation in 1938 following on ARC's acquisition by CBS which later reorganized the record company in 1966 as CBS Records. Sony Music Entertainment was founded in 1991 when Sony Corporation of America, which bought CBS Records in 1987, changed the record company's name. In 2004, SME merged with the German Bertelsmann Music Group to create Sony BMG Music Entertainment but it was renamed back to SME when Sony acquired Bertelsmann's 50% of Sony BMG causing the dissolution of BMG (later relaunched as BMG Rights Management after the buyout). It is currently the world's second largest record company behind Universal Music Group.
Universal Music Group
Universal Music Group (UMG) is an American-based, French-owned multinational music corporation. It currently operates as a subsidiary of Paris-based media conglomerate Vivendi. UMG also owns Universal Music Publishing Group, which is the second largest music publishing company in the world. Universal Music Group's global corporate headquarters are located in Santa Monica, California.
Disney Music Publishing Group
The Disney Music Publishing Group controls the publishing rights to music from Disney's film, television, theater and theme park divisions. Ancillary entities include Seven Peaks Music and Seven Summits Music.
EMI Music Publishing
EMI Music is one of the world's leading music companies, home to some of the most successful and best known recording artists. Through our own companies and network of licensees, we are able to serve our artists, consumers and partners all over the world.
Sony ATV Music Publishing
Sony/ATV Music Publishing is the largest music publishing company in the world and is co-owned by Sony Corporation and the Estate of Michael Jackson. The company was originally founded as Associated Television (ATV) in 1955 by Lew Grade. In 1985, ATV Music Publishing was sold to Michael Jackson for $47.5 million. In December 1995, Michael Jackson agreed to merge ATV Music Publishing with Sony Music Publishing, a division of Sony Corporation, to form Sony/ATV Music Publishing. In 2012 an investor consortium led by Sony/ATV Music Publishing acquired EMI Music Publishing for approximately $2.2 billion. Sony/ATV Music Publishing and EMI Music Publishing now operate as one company, with the former entity administering the catalog of the latter under a complex business structure. Following the acquisition, Sony/ATV Music Publishing is now the largest music publishing company in the world with over 2 million songs under management.