2 weeks ago our Epic Music Bundle went online supporting the Oxfam Nepal Earthquake Relief. Including over 100 tracks from artists whose credits include multiple trailers for recent Hollywood blockbusters like Avengers: Age of Ultron, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Interstellar, Tomorrowland, Poltergeist or Jurassic World, as well as numerous game trailers and TV show placements. The artists reach from Position Music, Gothic Storm and Dos Brains over Epic North Music, Colossal Trailer Music (former Sub Pub Music), Phil Rey and The Spiritual Machines to Sean Redmond aka Ethos Music and Patryk Scelina.
More than $4,200 were collected already and 4 bonuses unlocked along the way.
Now only 3 hours are left to purchase the 9 exclusive albums and compilations for only $2. It will definitely take a while until another music collection of this kind will be released for such a price, so if you don’t own it yet, just should just change that 🙂
You can download the Epic Music Bundle and win great prizes here.
Apart from 2 albums that have been unlocked on the way there is also one really personal bonus created by Patryk Scelina: He started writing a very own theme for the bundle exclusively for everyone who purchased and will purchase the bundle. Read here what he has to say about the process:
I have started working on the the for the Epic Music Bundle 2 on Monday. From the beginning of this campaign I thought that this track should be not just another epic track but it should honors victims of earthquake in Nepal. That is why I started with reading about Nepal’s history. I didn’t know it very well so I thought it is crucial to get familiar with it. While writing music I always have to imagine something, I have to write to some story even if it’s fake. That happened when I was working on my Interdimensional album. I made up some story and wrote about it. This time I have to write about a sad and true story which is frightening for me as a composer. For now I read about Nepal and I play some notes inspired by the story. I try to find some connection with the Nepalese and try to imagine how their lives have changed because of the unstoppable earthquakes and how many families has been splitted because of those disasters. It is very hard for me to find that right feeling while sitting in a warm and safe room, but I hope I will and all of you may hear that feeling in my upcoming track. I hope you will appreciate it.
Additionally you can now choose which song should be turned into an epic orchestral version by Phil Rey. You can vote here.
Here are two placements from tracks included in the bundle as an example for you:
#1: “Crimson Shade” by Jack Trammell from his album “The Fallout” and published by Position Music was featured in the Official Trailer for RoboCob starring Samuel L. Jackson and Abbie Cornish. You can hear his track from 1:36 on. You can purchase the track here in our bundle.
#2: “Equilibrium” by Ciaran Birch published by Sub Pub Music in their album “Equilibrium” was featured through-out this latest San Andreas TV-Spot starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Alexandra Daddario and Carla Gugino. You can purchase the track here in our bundle.
And you can listen to three tracks from the bundle here: