The 50 Kisses Music Challenge

As part of 50 Kisses, we launched a music challenge. Much of the music here was used in the end credits. Give the whole playlist a go, it’s really pretty brilliant. Amazing creative people doing theire magical thing!


Comments: 10 (Discussion closed)
  • #1 STEVE OLIVER (Thursday, 20 December 2012 20:47)

    Fred’s House should be your number one choice with their beautiful and melodic songs.An excellent band to see live with great vocals and harmonies.I’ve just given a few of the 50 good reasons to pick their songs for 50 Kisses!

  • #2 Joana Estevao (Saturday, 22 December 2012 19:27)

  • #3 Baz Hodson (Saturday, 29 December 2012 02:07)

    Tess Tyler composed the music score for our film entry “A Kiss Goodnight”. She seems to have a natural grasp on themes, delivering for our production and I believe has done again here with Stunt Poetry. I feel many of the other tracks are too acoustic or folk based, which possibly doesn’t offer the range and depth for a feature of short films with wide genres. Not to say one of these has a place somewhere in the mix?

  • #4 Matt P Jones (Saturday, 29 December 2012 14:38)

    You need to randomize the playlist if you want people to listen to more than the current track 1.

  • #5 Barb (Saturday, 29 December 2012 15:38)

    LOVE IT!! Amazing to listen to your voice! I highly recommend Haikaa to anyone.. it is very relaxing.

  • #6 David J Harvey (Monday, 31 December 2012 10:38)

    Hi all I have submitted a track called ‘Turn My Love Around’ really hope it makes the cut I love this concept. I have posted a link to it also do hope you can listen in!

  • #7 david kleespie (Monday, 31 December 2012 17:20)

    Haikaa is by far one of the best singers on this list, her voice is very comforting and relaxing!! Their are big things ahead for her!! 🙂

  • #8 Lola (Thursday, 17 January 2013 15:45)

    50k by METS is the best track. I’ve heard this composer before on a short called catching the fox and loved his music. One to look out for in the future.


  • #9 Susannah Conn (Monday, 07 October 2013 04:01)

    Caren Levine’s music needs to be in this film. She whispers what we all really want anyway; A connection with someone who speaks to our soul.

  • #10 Liam (Saturday, 08 February 2014 12:33)

    Listened to the whole playlist while I was writing, a solid high quality set of music! But I think I’d have to listen to it again (while not writing!) to pick out any standout tracks.