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10 Aug 2020

New Relaxation Album

Recorded specifically at 432Hz to be more in tune with the vibrations of the earth, our bodies and the universe, this collection will send you off beyond the limits of your imagination. 

Unlike other albums in the DJW Songs Catalogue, this one is available to buy and keep so you can take it with you on your travels.

23 Jul 2020

PRS July Statement

This quarter's PRS statement shows tracks from DJW Songs have been used on a number of tv, radio and online shows on channels such as:

Discovery

BBC
CBBC

BBC iPlayer

Gold 1548 (Radio)

And shown in countries such as:

Brazil

France

Denmark

Norway

Poland

Netherlands

USA

Canada

Shows include:

Bitchin' Rides

Dengineers

Britain's Fat Fight With Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstal

Don't Tell the Doctor 

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Plus there's lots of Spotify and iTunes streams from musical projects Aelita Red and House of Amber.

Thanks again to everyone at PRS and PPL for their hard work during these uncertain times!

15 Jul 2020

New Music

We've added some mew music to our new categories. Please check out the Electronic collection where you'll find a whole load of new tunes. There's some catchy upbeat retro sounding stuff plus a moody new track 'Caravan' in the Cinematic collection.  

02 Jul 2020

New Web Design

Welcome to the new website. There's a whole load of new albums and new music to browse. Simply head to the albums page to check it out. We've got four new albums in the form of Ukulele, Pop Punk, Festive, Grunge, Rhythm & Blues and Hardcore Punk. Some of the newer albums are having tracks added weekly and as always, if you can't find what you need, simply ask and we can create something for you!

17 May 2020

New Music

Check out the new track 'The Grabber' now in the Pop Punk album. It's a poppy, punky little number designed to do what it says on the tin. Lots of swing beats, plenty of brass and loads of guitars. Click here to go to the Pop Punk album!

13 Apr 2020

PRS April

The PRS April statement shows songs from the DJW Songs Catalogue have been used all over the world.

Channels, programs and radio stations include:

Discovery Channel (Benelux countries, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Spain, UK)

Babboleo (Italy)

Amazon (USA)

BBC (Poland & UK)

London Gold 1548 (UK)

CBBC (UK)

ITV (UK)

MTV (Denmark)

Plus musical projects Aelita Red, House of Amber and collaborations with Nathan Gee listen on all digital download platforms and streaming facilities have all been well received.

14 Feb 2020

PRS February

Our latest statement from PRS is for streaming music. Projects doing well include Aelita Red, Nathan Gee & David White and House of Amber, receiving many streams worldwide on various streaming platforms and download platforms. 

20 Nov 2019

Subscriptions

This week we entered into a royalty free subscription deal with JPI media for exclusive use of our music for their advertising projects. With their subscription they get their own page with login and a selection of tracks which is updated monthly for a subscription fee, plus edits of tracks to fit their requirements if needed.

There are deals similar to this available, simply get in touch on the contact page.

14 Oct 2019

October PRS Statement

This quarter's statement from PRS shows we have new clients from around the world.

Music has been used by TV stations in Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Brazil, USA and Poland as well as UK stations such as BBC and worldwide distributors such as Discovery Channel.

Shows include:

- Na Sygnale (Poland)

- Bitchin' Rides & Kindig Customs (Discovery)

- Dengineers (CBBC)

- Don't Tell The Doctor (SABAM Belgium)

- The Naked Truth (Fusion USA)

10 Jul 2019

July PRS Statement

This quarter's PRS statement show that DJW Songs tracks have been used worldwide once again on channels such as BBC2, CBBC, NCB Denmark, Discovery Channel, Regional ITV Channels, MTV and SACM Mexico. 

There's also new music coming to the High Energy collection soon. Stay tuned.

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