Crown Royal “It’s Apple Time” (feat JB Smoove)
Music Produced at Storefront
Composers: Adam Elk, John "Scrapper" Sneider, Alana Da Fonseca, Jordan Yaeger
Citi “Malala Fund”
Composer: Darien Scott Shulman
ExxonMobil “A New Way to Capture Carbon”
Composer: John "Scrapper" Sneider
Imaginary Friend Society “How to Handle Shots”
Sound Design: Alex Fulton
Agency: Carmichael Lynch
Composer: James Beer
Chevy “Two Friends”
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather
Composer: Vinny Alfieri
Nike "Why Not 0?”
Agency: Wieden Kennedy
H-E-B “Back To School From A to Z at H-E-B with Austin Mahone”
Agency: Richards Group
Composers: Adam Elk & John "Scrapper" Sneider
Sprite “Vince Staples”
Composer: Aaron Kotler
Stainmaster “Reduce Dust and Allergy-Aggravating Particles”
Agency: Fred & Farid Group
Composer: Kari Steinert
Big Lots "Style”
Häagen-Dazs “Simple Sounds”
HP "Let's Get in Touch"
Agency: Bernstein Rein
WesBanco “More Than a Home”
Agency: Brunner Pittsburgh
Doughnut Plant “The Ripple Effect”
Mello Yello “The Original”
Port Authority NY & NJ "Introducing Cashless Tolling at the Bayonne Bridge"
TheArtInstitutes “Make Something”
Agency: Smith Brothers
Arrangement: Darien Scott Shulman
Agency: BBDO NY
HP "Don't Rage Quit"
Agency: Fred & Farid
Composers: James Beer, Adam Elk & John "Scrapper" Sneider
American Red Cross "A Mother's Promise"
SCANA “New Neighbors”
Agency: JWT Atlanta
Composers: James Beer & Darien Scott Shulman
Famous Footwear "First Steps"
Agency: The Richards Group
The Avalanches "Because I'm Me"
Directed by Greg Brunkalla
Sound Design Produced at Storefront
Sound Designer: Alex Fulton
3 Musketeers "First Impression"
Agency: Tribal Worldwide / Music Supervision: Wool & Tusk
Sang by Bea Miller
Arranged by James Beer
We believe our work speaks for itself. Browse our most recent projects below.
The idea is simple… Work with the best people, create the best music you possibly can, treat everyone with the respect they deserve, and enjoy every moment of it. Welcome to Storefront.
10 years of touring North America in the 90′s, 11 years of writing commercial music in NYC, meanwhile, recording and producing records for his band The Mommyheads and many others.
Adam understands the music industry as a seasoned veteran, but with the same enthusiasm and purpose he had the moment he picked up his first guitar. While teaching a “music for picture” clinic in Scandinavia in 2011, Adam had his “ah ha” moment: start a new music venture!
Strip away the glossy sheen, take from all the lessons, mistakes, desires, and accomplishments from years of creating music professionally, and boil it down to its essence.
Hailing from Brockton, Massachusetts, John ‘Scrapper’ Sneider is a lumbering giant of a man.
As a world-renowned trumpet player, John records, tours, and performs with a diverse group of artists. He has collaborated with Curtis Stigers, Max Roach, Chris Potter, Larry Goldings, Brad Mehldau, The Blues Brothers, The Saturday Night Live Band, Joseph Arthur, Angela McCluskey, David Poe, and Madeleine Peyroux. John produced Curtis Stigers’ CD “Lost in Dreams,” which won an Echo award as German Jazz Album of the Year, as well as earning Mr. Stigers the title “International Male Jazz Singer of the Year.” John has composed commercial music of all genres for hundreds of companies such as American Express, IBM, Guinness, Chevy, and Hershey’s.
“My favorite moments in writing are just like playing a great jazz solo,” says John about composition. “I try to find a unique sound or theme that fits to elevate the meaning of the song or picture.”
Alex Fulton believes in the real thing.
He takes whole milk in his coffee, reads the hard copy, and sends physical letters.
It’s impractical for some things, but when it comes to music production, he swears that the real way (real musicians with real instruments recorded through real circuitry) is the right way.
With a degree in Audio Recording Technology from Five Towns College, Alex took advantage of opportunities to work with and learn from the staff at Weston House Recording in Sacramento and JSM Music in New York City before opening doors with Storefront Music in 2012. Now as Executive Producer, Alex is in charge of asking the question “how can we do it better?”
Darien Scott Shulman is a composer and musician, born and raised in New York City.
Since receiving his B.Mus. from Northwestern University, and his M.Mus from the Juilliard School, Darien has composed scores for numerous films and documentaries, and his music can be heard in national commercials, web advertisements, industrials, and promos. In addition to composing for film and television, Darien has collaborated as a songwriter, producer, and remix artist, with Ric Schnupp, Lena Leon, Robert Brentley, and numerous other accomplished musicians.
With a diverse musical background and a love for various divergent styles, Darien puts a unique but accessible touch on the music he composes.
In 2005, Christian was lucky enough to land a job in LA working as an assistant music editor on “Miss Congeniality 2″ and “A Lot Like Love”, which eventually led to other movies such as “Never Back Down”, “All About Steve”, Warner Bros.’ “Observe and Report”, and Dreamworks SKG’s “I Love You Man”.
Shortly after, he started working as a composer at JSM, a music production house for TV commercials based in NYC which gave him the chance to work alongside and learn from some of the best in the industry. He has also composed for VH1 reality series “Love and Hip Hop”, FX series “Dirt”, USA’s “White Collar”, and scored several other films.
Christian stays busy as a working musician; touring while holding residency as a keyboard player at the world-famous Cafe Wha? in NYC’s West Village and for “The Lesson” at Arlene’s Grocery.
“It’s a hell of a start being able to recognize what makes you happy.” – Lucille Ball
As a songwriter, producer, and performer, James Beer creates polished and authentic music, drawing influence across the arts, from Melville to Mahler, Rembrandt to Ratatat.
James has written and recorded multiple solo projects in addition to co-writing and producing two albums with his indie-rock band The Sun and the Moon. He values craft, clarity, and structure in any work — whether an ad or album, symphony or single.
A Boulder, Colorado native, James received his BA from Berklee College of Music in contemporary writing and production.
Jack is an experimental songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist.
Jack learned the essence of music production at an early age, plugging away at his family’s home studio Funisound in Western Massachusetts. Pursuing a degree in Audio Production at Ithaca College, Jack was alternately mixing sound for student films at school and producing records at home.
Jack has continued to keep himself busy making eccentric solo records and performing in bands Harvey Bruce, Catarang!, and the Muswell Hillbillies.
Zach Danziger has been a household name in both East and West Coast music circles for some time. His drumming and production skills have been featured in numerous publications including Modern Drummer, Musician, The New York Times, and CNN.
Danziger’s musical expertise has led to work with a wide range of artists including Primal Scream, Busta Rhymes, Mary J. Blige, Rod Stewart, Jack Black, Thomas Newman, Mariah Carey, Sinead O’Connor, Natalie Imbruglia, Chaka Khan, and Miley Cyrus.
You can hear his drumming in the scores to such films as Oceans 11, 12 and 13 and as the drumming bunny in Hop. In addition, Zach has composed music for numerous movie soundtracks including Iron Man, Sex and the City, Night at the Museum, Little Fockers, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Transformers, and Fantastic Four.
We love creating music and sound design for visual media!
We would love to hear from you!
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