Killer Tracks adds Sonic Beat Records label from composer Sebastian Robertson

Killer Tracks has partnered with composer and music producer Sebastian Robertson to launch Sonic Beat Records, a new production music label with an initial release of more than 170 albums.

Covering a broad range of contemporary styles, genres, themes, moods and emotions, the music builds on Robertson’s work as a film and television composer, with credits including work for MTV amd “Access Hollywood.”

“Sebastian is an incredibly talented composer and musician, with deep roots in the industry and connections to artists across all branches of popular music,” said Carl Peel of Killer Tracks. “His taste and inventiveness as a television and film composer is apparent in this fabulous, wide-ranging collection.”

Killer Tracks notes the core of Sonic Beat Records centers on contemporary pop and mood music, along with forays into a variety of styles such as country, rock, house music and cool jazz with Robertson exploring the latest waves of emotional hip hop and modern soul as well.

“I follow trends popular with the youth market and produce new work to fit what kids like and are listening to,” Robertson said. “When music supervisors need it, we’re ready with tracks that match the latest styles.”

Robertson notes that his new partnership with Killer Tracks brings his career full circle. When he first began writing music for television, several of his tracks were published on a Killer Tracks label.

“Killer Tracks has always occupied a special place in my heart because it was through Killer that I was introduced to production music,” he explains. “Years later, to have the opportunity to work with Killer Tracks’ production and marketing team is incredible. Being part of the Universal Music family is super exciting.”