TickleJuice Music

I’ve recently created the website, social media sites and branding for the high-energy jazz band TickleJuice @ www.ticklejuicemusic.com! TickleJuice is a Boston-based band led by James Merenda; each of the members come from amazing musical backgrounds and, together, they perform amazing music!



I thought the colors were great for the band's music - a not-quite beige is a color carried throughout the site, as it's easy on the eyes and works well with the band's content. I accented this with a light purple and a bright turquoise to show the band's bright, energetic flair!

You can also see screenshots of the new website below, or visit their site directly @ www.ticklejuicemusic.com.



I also created the band’s new Tumblr blog, Twitter, YouTube channel, Google+ profile, and revamped their Facebook fan page, and SoundCloud site. I hear an Instagram account may be in the future!

I created the overall image to use for an identifiable, streamlined look across all of the band’s social media sites – ‘branding’ at its finest!

You can also find TickleJuice on Last.fm – if you're listening to their album ‘Roots To The Stars‘ using the Last.fm scrobbler, it’ll appear on the band’s Last.fm page!

TickleJuice performs all around Massachusetts, and travels, too! They will soon be adding events to their website ‘shows’ page, so you can find a show near you.

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Moby Gratis


A friend recently shared a great filmmaker resource @ http://www.mobygratis.com.


Do you like Moby’s music? Do you want free music to use in your non-commercial work? Do you like using filmmaker resources that can connect you to others in ‘the industry’? (Yes, yes and yes.)

mobygratis is a resource for independent and non-profit filmmakers, film students, and anyone in need of free music for their independent, non-profit film, video, or short. Moby has made a selection of over 150 tracks from his huge catalog of music available to license for free, via a simple online application system.
To begin just create a new account, browse the catalog and fill in your application for the tracks you would like to use. You should receive a response to your application within 24 hours.
Once you have finished your film, you can share it with the mobygratis community by uploading to YouTube or Vimeo, and adding it here. Connect on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo and Google+.

Check out the website introduction video with Moby!


So head to http://www.mobygratis.com and check out this musical resource!

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