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TOP 20: TAYLOR TIME
A record that's breaking records (4/24a)
VMAs BEAMING BACK
TO THE BIG APPLE
Getting back to where they once belonged (4/24a)
THE COUNT: ALL THE DESERT'S A STAGE
Jon Wayne is rolling over in his grave. (4/24a)
 A CHORUS OF PRAISE: IVORS 2024 NOMS
Action across the pond (4/24a)
GONE COUNTRY: HOUSE LIPMAN INVESTS IN WESTERN WEAR
The full Monte (4/24a)
THE NEW UMG
Gosh, we hope there are more press releases.
TIKTOK BANNED!
Unless the Senate manages to make this whole thing go away, that is.
THE NEW HUGE COUNTRY ACT
No, not that one.
TRUMP'S CAMPAIGN PLAYLIST
Now 100% unlicensed!
Pub Crawling
EVERYTHING BUT THE KITCHEN SYNC
3/5/24

This jolly conglomeration of music professionals was assembled for Primary Wave’s second annual Out-of-Towners Brunch, which has quickly become a staple of Music Supervisor Awards week. The event, hosted by PW’s sync team on the morning after the Guild of Music Supervisors Awards, welcomed out-of-town GMS nominees and members and their various mispuchahs to the company’s homey Beachwood Canyon offices. There, guests were treated to a traditional brunch of smoked fish, coffee and (if that Marley poster is any indication) cannabis-infused kichel bowties. We're told visitors included such luminaries of the supe space as Ed Baillie, Barry Cole, George Drakoulias, Nick Maker, Kyle McKeveny, Isaac Allaway, Amani “Burt Blackarach” Smith, Lilah Obregon-Wilson, Pete Saville and GMS President Lindsay Wolfington. And if you can identify everyone in this photo, you may be eligible to receive a rare anthology of Marley singing "Kartofl-Zup mit Shvomen" and other Yiddish classics.