Audio Network, an international music company specialising in music for film,
television and video, has re-launched its Undiscovered talent discovery initiative
with the release of Undiscovered 4, an album showcasing the brightest new musical
talent from around the world.
The re-launch is a key part of Audio Network’s ongoing global ambition to find and
nurture the best new composers, artists and musicians covering an eclectic range of
musical genres. Released quarterly, each album features a roster of exciting new
The Undiscovered series of albums has already launched the careers of three new
artists to the attention of film, TV and corporate content creators around the world.
Max Brodie’s “Teenage Love Dies’ was used in And So it Goes starring
Diane Keaton and Michael Douglas while Alex Arcoleo’s ‘Quiet Rise’ featured in
Microsoft’s #uncompromise campaign for Bestival, and Martin Felix’s work has been
heard on Made in Chelsea and Hollyoaks, as well as
campaigns for Pepsi Max, Michael Kors and Vespa.
Jay Greenwood, head of A&R UK for Audio Network said, “Undiscovered has
produced some of our most successful new composers, so it was absolutely right to
refresh it with a broader proposition. Off of the back of the previous successes of
Undiscovered and its artists, we continue to strive to deliver outstanding
contemporary music to our clients whilst discovering and supporting the exceptional
Ali Johnson, global head of music for Audio Network said, “Jay and the team have
done a fantastic job of building on this important Audio Network initiative. It forms
a vital part of our overall music catalogue strategy. We are committed to producing
authentic, high quality music for our clients and working with the best composers
and musicians in the world.”
Composers and musicians who would like to be considered for Undiscovered 5 can
contact Audio Network at email@example.com. All Undiscovered albums are
included in the Audio Network catalogue, ready for use in TV, film, advertising and
corporate video. Full versions of the tracks can be heard at the new Undiscovered website.