Black Toast Music Library Adds 200 New Titles, New Genres

Film Music Magazine • December 9, 2010

Marking its 20th anniversary year, independent music publisher/production music library Black Toast Music and its CEO/owner/founder Bob Mair have announced the release of 200 new songs and instrumentals (Release BTM-006), which are now available to search, audition, and download on the Black Toast Music website at For Soundminer users, this new material is now available on those servers as well.

The new additions available in this upload include music from Indie/Alternative Country artist Kelly Pardekooper (featured on “True Blood”), new Indie artist Paul Otten, authentic ‘40s Latin/Cuban music from composer/bandleader Francisco (Chico) Guerrero, authentic Indian/Hindi music from Sheela Bringi, New Orleans music featuring the voice of David Morgan, Gospel Music from the group The Smith Family Gospel And Praise Revolution, Indie Hip Hop music from Derek Butler featuring St. John, Mark Cross, Tangos and Baroque music from the group String Planet, as well as new songs from Pop artist Shelayne.

Notes Mair, “Our clients will find that we have also added new genres and styles previously unavailable (Indian/Hindi, Gospel, Tango, Baroque, authentic ‘40s Latin/Cuban Big Band), as well as having expanded our existing catalog of styles that are now available online. We’d like to encourage our clients to check out our new material at, and consider us as a resource for all of their upcoming music projects across all media.”

Founded in l990 by noted musician/composer/producer Bob Mair, Black Toast Music is a leading independent music publisher/production music library based in Chatsworth, CA. Since its launch, the company has placed music in hundreds of television series, including “True Blood,” “Dexter” and “The Wire,” specials and TV movies, dozens of high profile motion pictures, including “When In Rome,” “I Love You, Phillip Morris,” “Dead Silence,” “Jiminy Glick,” and others, along with videogames, internet advertising campaigns, and numerous, multi-media presentations. For more info, please see


By Gordon David on January 4th, 2011 at 10:49 am

Great stuff. You can read more at Chatsworth on this guy and company.

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