Composer Phil Larson Releases Second Album, Believe

On September 21, 2017, Believe was released to the world. This is Phil’s second album and one that challenged him to step up in creativity and in excellence.

On Believe, you’ll find music similar to the cinematic soundtrack compositions of Thomas Bergersen, Mark Petrie, and Audiomachine. Phil hopes to begin solidifying his name among them with this album.

Believe is found on digital stores and streaming services, including, but not limited to:

iTunes | Amazon

Spotify | Apple Music

SoundCloud | YouTube

and more…

Additionally, all of these tracks can be licensed through AudioJungle.net.

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Rocket League Game Show (RLGS) by Sunless Khan

This new Rocket League Game Show YouTube series by Sunless Khan is dropping soon. In the meantime, wet your whistle with this teaser trailer, featuring custom music by Phil Larson:

The music for this series was created custom for the Rocket League Game Show YouTube series. The music will have lyrics and be part of give-away. RLGS is sure to be a hit. Be sure to check back at http://PhilLarson.net for more insider news and to get this song for free in the future!

“Inspire the World” – album by Phil Larson

In December 2016, the first album by Phil Larson was released. It features several favorite tracks and generally follows an inspiring and motivational theme. These songs are to help you feel more uplifted and become excited about your day!

Available for purchase:

iTunes | Amazon | other marketplaces

Available for streaming:

Spotify | Apple Music | other services

 

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More music releases to come soon! Stay tuned.

Phil Larson and Sunless Khan team up!

Sunless Khan, a brand new YouTube channel that has seen almost immediate success, has decided to use Phil Larson Music and music Phil composes for The Story Shop exclusively!

YouTube is a wonderful market to introduce new fans to Phil Larson Music. This channel appeals to fans of the Rocket League video game, a demographic of current teenagers to young millennials. This is a demographic that is passionate about most forms of art, especially music.

In the last 4 weeks, the SunlessKhan YouTube Channel has caught fire and ballooned from about 40 to almost 8,000 subscribers with exponential growth daily. Video views are about 20,000 per day and also experience exponential growth.

The episodic series that initiated the growth is a series called, “Why You Suck at Rocket League.” Currently, there are 4 episodes released with the plan to release a new episode for the series every Friday.

Who is Sunless Khan? That’s a secret this person wants to keep. You can always follow them on Twitter and try to figure it out.

The video below provides a good example of use of music by Phil Larson.

Disclaimer: video contains some PG-13 language.

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New PhilLarson.net is launched!

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