When’s the last time you wished there was a Soundtrack written for your life, your situation, or simply to drift away to? For as unique a life as we all lead, we all wish, at one time or another, that we had a Soundtrack…For a Life Less Ordinary ™
Jonathan Van Selow is a Rock-infused Classical Composer specializing in Soundtracks…For a Life Less Ordinary™. Jonathan composes soundtracks that take you out of everyday life and into a world where your mind and the music meld to create fantastic new possibilities. He takes Hollywood 'epic,' mixes it with classical orchestration, adds powerful piano and sometimes searing Rock Guitar, and out comes Hans Zimmer mixed with Rachmaninoff and Metallica.
Jonathan is currently recording his debut CD that will release when it is complete (hopefully in 2012). He has released seven (7) singles to date, March of the Titans, Mission Accomplished, Hoist the Colors, Vigilant Resolve, Anya's Theme, Troubled Waters, and Silent Solace. Five of the seven digital singles may be downloaded via the links on Jonathan’s profile page, and also through iTunes, Rhapsody, and CDBaby.
Puretone Records provides "Soundtracks…for a Life Less Ordinary"™ to Fans of Classical, Instrumental, and Ambient/Thematic music, as well as the Entertainment, Video game, and Advertising Industries.
Jonathan, in his role of Principal for Puretone Records™, provides all of the soundtracks and compositions for Puretone Records'™ releases, from the initial idea through the final mixdown.
Contact Puretone Records™ (firstname.lastname@example.org, or http://www.puretonerecords.com) for more information on Jonathan Van Selow, Puretone Records™, or for licensing/partnership opportunities.
Jonathan Van Selow (BMI)
Indie Rock Musician/Classical Composer
Producer, Engineer, Multi-Instrumentalist
Principal, Puretone Foundry (BMI)
dba Puretone Records™
"Soundtracks…For A Life Less Ordinary"™
Follow Jonathan on Twitter: @JVanSelow
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