Apocalypse Cow is a force of mainly three composers who create inventive music, whether it is for film, television, games, or fellow artists. Because not all music is the same, here's a studio that's different! Film scores include The Hollywood Dream, documentary scores for A Role of Their Own and Two Brothers, One Beer and the American Dream; and Background Cues for Emmy Award-winning TV sitcom Samantha Who, the History Channel’s Cities of the Underworld, and The Food Network’s Ace of Cakes. Projects include music for Dr. 90210 and commercials for Sunbeam and Mountain Dew.
The two brothers (Jeffrey and Dan Jeremy) and wife (Theresa) have been writing songs or involved in music since childhood. They founded Apocalypse Cow in 1999, when their hobby demanded turning it into a full-time family business. Since then, Apocalypse Cow has created music videos, scored films, produced charting rock albums, and written music for arcade games, exercise videos, music libraries and more. Apocalypse Cow also houses a full recording studio so musicians can easily be recorded live when needed.
Female teen pop song about becoming famous and being in the spotlight with lots of cameras. The main character is strutting down the red carpet while cameras flash around her. She has finally achieved her dream and is giddily singing about it. Female Vocals, Pop Music, Tween Pop
Oldies rock and roll dance song similar to "At the Hop". Fun spirited about a crazy new fad of a dance called the Cocoaberry Stomp. Everyone dances with their hands up in the air. Great for scenes of a 50's high school sock hop or prom, especially with a live band playing. Also good for radio. Male Vocals, Rock Music, 1950s Rock
Uptempo fun Oldies song about getting the girl and just dancing through the night. Poodle skirts, ice cream shops and saddle shoes all give this song the taste of the 1950's. Could also be used as a modern rockabilly song. Male Vocals, Rock Music, 1950s Rock
This is a HipHop song written in the style of Dr Dre, Jay-Z, & specifically 50 Cent's "In Da Club". The main point of the song is that the narrator has got hundreds of beautiful girls' phone numbers at his fingertips. The third verse lists a group of fake Japanese electronics companies. Male Rap & Vocals, Hip Hop Music, Party Rap & Hip Hop
Great blues track. Sounds a lot like the Black Keys. Driving guitar rock great for a montage, chase, or intro. Example scene: bumbling criminals make off with stolen truck full of TVs, smash through roadblocks and ramp over other cars while being chased by police. Male Vocals, Rock Music, Blues Rock
Modern rock song with a slow, mellow beginning. Then the guitars come in strong and rock. Excellent epic sounding slow burner for any scene involving nostalgia, remembrance, or an emotive backdrop. High School graduation, hero returns from long quest, etc. Instrumental, Rock Music, Modern Rock
A modern rock song with elements of hiphop a la 311, P. O. D., & Linkin Park, with spiritually-centered lyrics about the quest to be a better person. Great for motivational material or speeches aimed at teens, modern church/bible study groups and retreats. Male Vocals, Rock Music, Hard Rock
Pop Punk about living up to whats on TV and how the main character doesn't enjoy the same outcomes his heroes get on television. Great for scenes where the characters have something frustrating happen to them. Male Vocals, Rock Music, Pop Rock
Sultry and sexually suggestive lyrics with female vocals in a pop electro dance style. Club jammer. Guy with popped collar at the bar catches eye of the glitter queen working it on the dance floor. Could be used when a girl is trying to seduce a guy. Female Vocals, Pop Music, Pop Music
Electronic pop, dance and grungy about standing up for yourself and making your voice heard. Female vocals in a teen pop style. Works for tweens and older audiences alike. Great main character who does not let others talk over her and boss her around. Would be right at home on Disney channel. Female Vocals, Pop Music, Tween Pop
An oldies song similar to Earth Angel complete with backup singers. Sweet song that fits prom slow dances where the girl and boy are dancing tight together and the band is on the stage crooning to the dancers. Male Vocals, Rock Music, 1950s Rock
Raw Swamp blues song eliciting imagery of graveyards and the dead. Works great for Halloween and vampire shows. Caretaker gives in to the undead's temptations. Devilishly playful. What Jack White might sound like if he spent several years as a gravedigger and played with a Ouija board. Male Vocals, Blues Music, Delta Blues