Though February is the shortest month, there was certainly no shortage of new epic music. Below you will find a selection of the recent trailer music releases that I got to listen to in February. Enjoy!
Amadea Music Productions
The UK/Bulgaria-based trailer music company, founded by Lyubomir Yordanov, has been very productive since its inception in 2019. In 2020, Amadea Music Productions released on average two albums per month, and the three new albums I write about below came out just this February.
Atom Music Audio
Atom Music Audio, another trailer music company founded by Lyubomir Yordanov, and based in Bulgaria, started releasing music in 2017. Here I introduce their first two albums of 2021.
Brand X Music
After a drastic drop in the number of albums produced in 2020 down to just seven, Directors Cuts - Extreme Music's label focusing on orchestral and electro-orchestral trailer music - has recently released a couple of new albums. With their first album of this year, Post Classical 3, having come out back in early January, there is a ray of hope that Directors Cuts will be back to its pre-COVID cadence of twenty or so albums a year.
Joseph William Morgan
While many production music companies were without a doubt affected by the pandemic and forced to slow down their production, the LA-based Position Music released close to 50 albums in their Production Music Series alone in 2020, which is quite a bit more than in any of the previous years. And based on the number of albums pumped out in the first two months of this year, it seems like Position Music's goal is no less ambitious this year!
The 13 Brotherhood
I hope you'll find something of interest among the above February trailer music releases. But regardless, come back for more in early April, whether it is to satiate your growing hunger for brand new trailer music after another month has passed, or to improve your appetite. Čau!