Since 2006 Terrorbird has carved out a niche as a premiere player (and the only prehistoric, flightless bird that we know of) in the music marketing world. Always staying true to our independently owned and operated roots, Terrorbird offers a full service approach to sync licensing, publishing administration, original composition, international strategy, publicity, digital playlist positioning, and radio promotion services. Headquartered in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, but spread across the US and into London, Terrorbird provides unparalleled client services with the customized approach of a boutique firm. We also make some pretty sweet swag (inquire within).
Internally, Terrorbird is all about positivity. We’ve built a truly collaborative work environment full of high fives and shoutouts. Each member of our team has the opportunity to curate their department’s roster with artists and labels they love and communities that inspire them. We are a family of music obsessives dedicated to pushing boundaries and lifting up independent voices.
Across departments, Terrorbird is proud of the work we’ve done with labels such as Anti-, Captured Tracks, Carpark, Cascine, City Slang, Dais, Danger Collective, Domino, Double Double Whammy, Father/Daughter, Fire Talk, Ghostly International, Hardly Art, Joyful Noise Recordings, Kanine, Kill Rock Stars, Merge, Mom+Pop, Mute, Park the Van, PIAS, Polyvinyl, Run for Cover, Sacred Bones, Saddle Creek, Sony Masterworks, Sooper, Sub Pop, Warp, Woodsist, and many more. Some client highlights over the years include Arlo Parks, Beach Fossils, Bikini Kill, Bjork, The Bouncing Souls, Clairo, Clint Mansell, Cloud Nothings, Dan Deacon, Deer Tick, Deerhoof, Elliott Smith, Flying Lotus, Gossip, Grizzly Bear, Hot Chip, Jawbreaker, Jay Som, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Le Tigre, Lord Huron, Lucy Dacus, Mac DeMarco, Matthew Dear, Mirah, Modern Baseball, Regina Spektor, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Shamir, Solange, St. Vincent, STRFKR, Tame Impala, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, Oh Sees, Toro Y Moi, Ty Segall, Tycho, Vagabon, Why?, Yaeji, and Zola Jesus...to name a few.