Soroca & Allocca (Karen Soroca and Janet Marie) are an accomplished California-based writing team specializing in mainstream Pop/Rock and genres like RnB, Hawaiian, Jazz, Hip Hop, and Dance. They have won numerous ASCAP Plus Awards, Billboard Song Contest Awards, and have also been nominated for an LA Music Award. Soroca recently sang back-up for Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead, and she has singing credits in major films like "The Addams Family" and "Scrooged." Janet Marie is a former ABC-TV executive with experience in TV production and music publishing and writing.
Soroca & Allocca are classically trained musicians and dancers holding Masters Degrees from prestigious East Coast institutions, and they are also members of SAG-AFTRA and Women in Film.
This saucy and tecnho-dominated, loop-based dance/electronica piece features the sexy spoken word of artist Giannetta Marconi presented over a throbbing beat.
A vampire or werewolf killing scene in a Buffy the Vampire Slayer tongue in cheek style would be a cool fit. Female Vocals, Indie Rock Music, Alternative Dance
WHY DON’T YOU LOVE ME is a powerful love ballad with an R & B flavor. Its universal chorus echoes the sentiments of so many of us, at times when we feel our love is either not returned or not felt at the same level. Anyone who’s ever been in love will relate. Female Vocals, RnB Music, RnB Ballads
A really driving drum'n'bass beat coupled with the sensual arias and spoken word of artist Giannetta Marconi give this an exotic, Mediterranean club dance feel. You feel like you are dancing with your lover in the middle of a hot steamy night in Ibiza, etc. Female Vocals, Electronic Music, Ambient House
This saucy, sexy, jazzy theme has a vocal in the breathy, earthy style of "Santa Baby" and is reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe in the film "Some Like It Hot". "Oh, I just want to be good, but it's more fun to be bad" says it all. This has a retro 20's jazz feel. Instrumental, Jazz Music, Cabaret Music
LIVIN’ FREE IN THE U.S. of A. is a patriotic song that celebrates diversity and freedom. It was inspired by the events of Sept. 11. Throughout the song are musical themes taken from old American folk songs such as "Oh Susannah" (written by Stephen Foster). Mixed Vocals, Americana Music, Americana Roots
"Put It Where You Want It (Choisis Moi) features pulsating dance loops and trance verses full of innuendo and power. It's about commitment, about the power to choose, about embracing intimacy, and more. The track and especially the club mix features a singularly sexy moaning bridge. Female Vocals, Dance Music, House music
This sentimental song about a lovely little cat has elements of smooth jazz with its evocative sax lines. It also has a strong classical feel reminiscent of Debussy and Chopin. The cello adds to the haunting quality of the piece. It has a sad feel but there is a sense of overcoming tragedy. Female Vocals, Jazz Music, Smooth Jazz Vocals
SANTA, MAY I HITCH A RIDE ON YOUR SLEIGH? is an ageless Christmas song that could have been written in the 50’s as well as the 2000's. The concept is a woman "stuck in Nome", Alaska, hitches a ride with Santa back to the one she loves. It's an inventive take on an old theme of being home for holid, Female Vocals, Christmas Music, Christmas Pop
Thank God for a Wonderful World is a pop praise song in the boy band style and is very easy on the ears. The bridge features uplifting bell sounds. The lyrics are like a lovely list of "My Favorite Things" to be thankful for in life. This song makes you feel happy and grateful. Male Vocals, Spiritual Music, Christian Pop
Dance on Ice is a light-hearted, rhythmic, pop/dance skating song that quotes poetry! A line say "Recite me William, William Butler Yeats…and let's do it ALL on skates". Female Vocals, Christmas Music, Christmas Pop
"Relax. Unwind. Hawaii's a state... of mind!" are the key lyrics and message in this soothing pop/Hawaiian vocal track featuring the vocals of Faith Rivera and the slack-key guitar work of Hoku and Grammy-award winning artist Daniel Ho ("Master of the Slack-Key Guitar"). Female Vocals, Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Music, Hawaiian Music
CHRISTMAS WRAPPIN’ is a quirky Christmas/novelty/rap song that really makes you want to move. It features world beat drums and percussion and a rapping quartet. It ends with a "We wish you a merry Christmas" sung line. Mixed Rap, Hip Hop Music, Old School Rap & Hip Hop
Thinking of You is an inspirational choral piece which recognizes that even though we lose someone, we will always feel their love and they will always be with us in spirit. That’s what this song is about. There is also a religious version that directs love to God. Mixed Vocals, Spiritual Music, Gospel Choir
Is there someone in your life you feel like you were destined to meet? Do you remember that special feeling you had? This song will take you right back to that moment! It's a pretty, pretty love song about a couple reuniting. It's sung by a boy-band style male and has an early synth pop instrument, Male Vocals, Pop Music, Boy Band Pop
Highway 101 is a zesty female country rock tune great for a traveling scene along a highway, preferably highway 101. It's about moving on and letting go and following the dreams and hopes of a woman heading to Hollywood to make her mark. The well-known phrase "here I come, Hollywood" is set to rock, Female Vocals, Country Music, Country Rock
Nowadays, it seems as if all the holidays starting with Halloween and ending with New Years have become one big mixed up holiday. This novelty song was written to both spoof and honor this frenetic time of year. It is reminiscent of P. D. Q Bach with a modern day Baroque contrapuntal feel. A Capella, Christmas Music, Christmas Vocals Acapella
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