Born out of VOID Records after a relocation, Happy Puppy launched in 2001, and began releasing CC albums in 2006. The label is home to Lee Rosevere's various musical indulgences, along with music made by other people, like C4, Jason Kaneshiro, Monopole, Logan Whitehurst (rip) and many others.
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happypuppyrecords on 10/29/2012 at 12:10PM
For this Halloween, we're pleased to present a new original score by Lee Rosevere written for the 1928 silent public domain film "The Fall of the House of Usher" by Melville Webber and J.S. Watson Jr, based on the poem by Edgar Allan Poe.
This early and fine example of avant-garde cinema is a visually-rich film, and offers many possibilities and challenges when it comes to the music, especially since it doesn't follow conventional storytelling techniques.
You can download the soundtrack below, or watch/stream the film from Vimeo:
happypuppyrecords on 07/22/2012 at 07:27PM
One of the coolest things about having our music on FMA is not only people downloading and listening to it, it's also when it gets used in videos and short films. Thanks to FMA partnering with Vimeo's music store, our music is being currently used in over 150 videos on Vimeo.
The song "Eileen" from the Music For MOBA album is getting the most amount of exposure now, and it's interesting to see all the many ways that people use the track. One of the latest instances appears in an entry for Seattle's 48-Hour Film Festival, "Turn", directed by Fred Sprinkle & Josh Burdick.