ASBURY PARK, NJ - It's been a busy year for SecondsAFTER Music.

And to keep up with demand, the company is pleased to announce that it recently moved its operations to Asbury Park, New Jersey.  

SecondsAFTER Studios offers world class facilities at the hands of the industry's leading engineers and producers. The studio was designed by the legendary John Storyk and is the new headquarters for all productions.

Less than one year after the birth of SecondsAFTER -  and with its flagship artist Zeroes - a series of dynamic relationships have already been established with several major companies.

Four songs from Zeroes debut album 00:00 are being used in various commercial enterprises to market new products and build brand identity.

Perhaps foremost of these is Zeroes relationship with the electronics manufacturer Samsung, which is using the Zeroes song Machines and Magnets in commercials seen worldwide to market its innovative 'Family Hub' line of refrigerators.

Zeroes is also working with Samsung using its song to sell the popular manufacturer's
new wireless Level headphones in 1,400 stores across the globe.

Machines and Magnets is also being used to market Microsoft's Xbox One products, via Pandora Music. New Xbox features allow users to stream music while playing games in real time, and Machines and Magnets was chosen to sell audiences on this new feature.

Pandora also served as a gateway to Vizio, which is now using Zeroes to promote their latest Sound Bar speakers in Best Buy stores and other major vendors around the country. Pandora began licensing Zeroes music after a major spike in airplay on Pandora resulted in 170,000 spins in just three weeks.

Zeroes was also in the 12th spot in Indie Music TV's“Top 21” in February.

This growth was all organic - no marketing, no promotion.

Major brands were not the only ones to take notice.

Up and coming headphone company 1More Headphones decided to endorse Zeroes, a relationship which lead to a live performance at The NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, just this past January.

Zeroes performed several mysterious, silent sets against a barrage of noise in the NAMM Showroom that could only be heard through 1More’s new headphone product. It was the only performance of its kind.

The buzz created by Zeroes in 2016 was noticed almost instantly by Warner/Chappell Music. Only a few months after releasing 00:00,  SecondsAFTER Music began delivering re-imagined classic songs from the 70’s and 80’s as a result of this relationship.

The production demand has become so high, that SecondsAFTER is even seeking new artists to fulfill the requests. This translates into opportunity for new artists and a chance for SecondsAFTER to deepen its Sync & Licensing catalog.

Inquiries and more information about SecondsAFTER and Zeroes may be obtained by contacting general manager Jeff Serra.