Beethoven’s back…

The world’s most famous St. Bernard is back, this time helping to save his local town from being bought by an unscrupulous developer. Luckily he helps win the day, and luckily for us one of our tracks is in the movie – Rock The Show by Ben Gidsjoy plays during a bike chase across town. The movie comes out on DVD this week in the US.

Sting in the tail…

The biggest viewed new drama show in the US for Monday nights, Scorpion on CBS, has already garnered some rave reviews after it’s first airing this September. The show is inspired by the life of genius Walter O’Brien, a computer and science brainbox, and follows his team of equally clever misfits to help the US Department of Homeland Security solve some of their biggest problems. The series features actor Elyes Gabel, best known for his appearance in Game Of Thrones and the best bit for us is that Episode 4, “Shorthanded”, features the Ben Gidsjoy track “Get It’, throughout a casino scene. Check the tune out below and check the video here!

A Real Mystery!

Sublime Music scores another coup with the opening track on the pilot show of the new NBC show The Mysteries Of Laura. The new detective drama, featuring Debra Messing of Will & Grace fame, plays Ben Gidsjoy’s “Rock The Show” as the show opens. To hear the track click below, and for more info on the show click here.

Amazon Original Kids…

Those nice people over at Amazon Studios have produced a series of teaser trailers for the new shows available only on Amazon Instant Video. For the kids trailer, the team behind them chose “Ready, Set, Go!” by Ben Gidsjoy to help give the teaser some punch! Some of the new Amazon shows, which are commissioned by Amazon subscribers, include The Maker Shack Agency, Hardboiled Eggheads and Gortimer Gibbons. To watch the teaser and for more info click here.

FBI take on Ben Gidsjoy…

Hit US TV drama, Criminal Minds, has used a Ben Gidsoy track in Season 9 of their show. Aired in March 2014 on CBS, the show follows a team of profilers from the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit which solves crimes by analysing the pschye of the criminals. The track used was the ever popular “Move To The Beat”, which you can check out and buy here.

It’s a CSI Christmas…

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation returned in September 2013 for it’s 14th season, featuring Ted Danson and Elizabeth Shue. Episode 11, entitled “The Lost Reindeer”, saw the team investigate the death of a man dressed as Santa. Luckily for us the team behind the show at Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS wanted to use a track we’d produced! It’s a breakbeat / dubstep / glitch mix of a traditional Ukrainian folk song called “Carol Of The Bells.” You can check out a snippett of the track below.

Get The Party Started!

The new Purina commercial for their Friskies® Party Mix cat food brand has just started showing across the US & Canada, and we are really pleased that it features the Ben Gidsjoy track, “Move To The Beat”. The track has Ben’s usual catchy guitar riffs and bouncy breaks, and features vocals from various artists including dance music legends, The Ragga Twins. Click here to watch the commercial and listen to the track by clicking below.


Save Me!

NBC TV show, Save Me, featuring Anne Heche, has used a Sublime Music track in it’s second episode. The show is the story of a woman who after nearly choking to death on a sandwich believes she has a direct line to God! Ben Gidsjoy’s “Ready, Set, Go” pumps out in Episode 2 – check out the track here.

Getting it on Graceland….

New Fox TV cop drama, Graceland, has already been re-commissioned for a second season due to it’s popularity. The first season features another Sublime Music track, “Get It”,  in it’s background soundtrack. Click below to check it out.



The latest, delicious BBC TV series from Nigella Lawson, Nigellissima, is not only a feast for the eyes but also for the ears! We are very pleased that the team behind the show have used lots of Sublime Music tracks to feature in the show’s background. From chilled breaks, to jazz and Latin – you can listen to some of them below. You can buy all the tracks here. Plus you can catch up with the show here, and get more Nigella info here.