SOURCE: Angry Mob Music

Angry Mob Music

July 25, 2011 21:42 ET

Angry Mob Music Adds Indie Folk Band One Trick Pony to Its Eclectic Roster of Artists

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Jul 25, 2011) - One Trick Pony, the indie folk band that has risen out of the ashes of Los Angeles' Central Sound Collective, has joined Angry Mob Music, a boutique music publishing and licensing company.

"One Trick Pony is very authentic in what they do and are musically extremely cool," said Allison Wright Clark, head of Development. "We are so happy and excited to have the group on board."

One Trick Pony just released its new album, "Try Not To Worry So Much," on July 19, 2011. The album reflects the indie rock group's experiences of leaving the security of Central Sound Collective behind. The members -- Randolph Williams, Jen Matos, Charlene Huang, Joshua Solberg, Todd McLaughlin and Nick Ceglio -- came into the "Try Not To Worry So Much" sessions fresh off a year of shows together, while playing songs from "Full of Life," their previous album, and working on the new material. For more information, go to

"Angry Mob Music is a one-stop-shop for music supervisors, and the addition of One Trick Pony showcases both the diversity of our growing community, and the strength of our artists," said Marc Caruso of Angry Mob Music.

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About Angry Mob:
Founded in 2011, Angry Mob is a forward-thinking indie music publishing and licensing company that maintains one of the premier new music catalogs in the industry tailored to film, television, advertising and game production. Managed by four highly regarded film, television, and music industry professionals who pride themselves on a modern approach and industry savvy, the "mob's" expertise ranges from music supervision and editorial to production and branding. Angry Mob exists for new, emerging and established singers and songwriters, and will fight for its artists to gain multi-dimensional exposure and influence in all facets and platforms of the music industry.