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  • Coachella 2013 – Live on YouTube – Watch it!

    April 9, 2013 - no Comments

    62Every April, tens of thousands of the world’s most avid music fans flock to Southern California to kick off music festival season at Coachella. This year, you don’t even need a ticket to be a part of the show. For the third year in a row, you can catch the entire first weekend live from Indio on Coachella’s official YouTube channel. Starting this Friday at

  • Amanda Palmer Ted Talk – The Art of Asking

    March 28, 2013 - no Comments

    62A very powerful, intimate and enlightening talk from Amanda Palmer where she discusses connecting with fans and creating real world interactions from digital beginnings. It’ really worth the watch.


    March 14, 2013 - no Comments

    62DOWNLOADED is directed and produced by Alex Winter and co-produced by Maggie Malina. Overseeing for VH1 are Warren Cohen, Brad Abramson, Shelly Tatro and Jeff Olde. Consulting producer for “Downloaded” is Thomas Zimny, editor Jacob Craycroft and the director of photography is Anghel Decca. Several years in the making, DOWNLOADED focuses on the advent of digital file sharing, including the rise of

  • Beyond the Kitchen SYNC: Music/Brand Collaboration

    December 28, 2012 - no Comments

    62Everyone knows the great exposure you can get from having your music licensed in a commercial, but how else can you get your music heard with the help of a brand? Hear how to maximize usage beyond the conventional sync. Learn how brands can benefit from you as a band or performer, and how your band is itself a brand. Beyond the

  • Jim Bianco – That’s What She Said

    November 21, 2012 - no Comments

    62A little bit of a departure for this artist, but this one is definitely fun and funny! THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID By Jim Bianco ITUNES: LIKE: FOLLOW: SIGN UP: THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID – Video Directed by Jim Bianco and Sarah Simon Featuring: Jim Bianco, Sarah Simon, Meiko, James Babson, Austin Hartley-Leonard, Jake Newton, Bess Rogers, Allie Moss, Nicole Eva Emery, Sterling

  • The Icarus Account

    October 10, 2012 - no Comments

    62Such a great sweet and smooth song. Genre SingerSongwriter, Indie, Pop, Acoustic Comparison Matt Nathanson, Jason Mraz [display_podcast] Bio “I don’t even remember how old we were or what bands were playing” says Ty Turner of The Icarus Account as he begins to tell the story of the twins’ first concert experience. “Our dad was from Georgia and he loved country music,”

  • Boyce Avenue – Cover of Faithfully by Journey

    October 3, 2012 - no Comments

    62A friend sent this link to me to check out and it was definitely worth the time. A “faithful” rendition and it stands all on its own. The simplicity drives home the power and emotion of the song. Facebook Twitter YouTube (Music Channel) Official Site

  • Wires in the Walls – Tremolo

    September 15, 2012 - no Comments

    62  LA-based indie rock band Wires in the Walls new video for Tremolo, the first song off their debut full-length album New Symmetry. Directed by De la Vega ( and produced by Cathartic Films, the video uses innovative camera placement to capture breathtaking visuals of a hoop dancer’s journey through some of the most beautiful spots in Southern California. Wires in the

  • Dikta – What are You Waiting For?

    September 6, 2012 - no Comments

    62Genre Alternative Rock, Pop, Indie, Adult Alternative Sounds Like Coldplay, Death Cab for Cutie, Radiohead, Muse, Foo Fighters Track [display_podcast]   When thinking Icelandic music, one would naturally think of country mates Björk, Sigur Rós, and Gus Gus who have found international success with their distinctive ethereal sonic landscapes. Dikta (dic•tah) is a welcomed departure with their more approachable alternative rock sound.

  • Devil Doll

    February 11, 2008 - no Comments

    This long awaited sophomore release, “The Return of Eve” from Devil Doll, is about to top it's anthematic, best-selling predecessor, “The Queen Of Pain”. Fans will be relieved to find that they can still count on Devil Doll to deliver them sexy tales of heartbreak and lost love, such as "Tortured," as well as many new tales of upbeat, dirty, love-makin' ballads, like "Things You Make Me Do."

  • Dreaming Isabelle

    February 10, 2008 - no Comments

    Mix the heavier sides of the Beatles and Wilco, but add a crushing rhythm section and you get something close to Dreaming Isabelle's gritty melodies. The band's raw stage energy has helped the young rock quartet win over audiences from Charlottesville to DC and New York City.

  • Jaik Miller Band

    February 9, 2008 - no Comments

    Guitarist and songwriter/singer Jaik Miller had a major presence in the 1990's New York rock scene. His "wusscore" band XANAX 25 played with everyone from Son Volt and Me'Shell Nd'geocello to King Crimson and Dave Matthews Band. Jaik has written with Warren Haynes, Barry Reynolds, Oliver Ray [Patti Smith Band], Elijah Blue Allman's DEADSY and Sabina Sciubba (Brazilian Girls).

  • FONO

    January 7, 2008 - no Comments

    With a repertoire of over 80 songs, features on MTV, ER, multiple Extreme Sports DVD's from Japan to Warren Miller's "Cold Fusion," in Billboard's Heatseekers, numerous songwriting awards and openings for bands from Bon Jovi to Goo Goo Dolls, from Guano Apes to Third Eye Blind and Robert Plant, FONO lives up to its title of "Best Unsigned Band" in Kerrang! Magazine. Check the mp3.

  • Brett Dennen

    January 5, 2008 - no Comments

    The infectious grooves of So Much More have spread far and wide since its release. With over 2 million plays on his myspace page, 100,000+ track downloads, 40,000 records sold, TV placements on Grey’s Anatomy, Scrubs, House, The Unit, Men in Trees and a Hilton commercial spot, Brett Dennen is poised for stardom.

    Brett Dennen has toured extensively with John Mayer, and has 3 fall tours with Guster, Colbie Caillet, and Jon Butler Trio. Check the mp3.

  • Blood Red Sun

    January 4, 2008 - no Comments

    Formed out of a desire to discern between the real and the apparent, BLOOD RED SUN endeavor to bring social awareness back to music. Confident in veering off the well tread, pop-friendly path, this band strives to return exhilarating, hook-driven, yet socially relevant music to the masses. Listen to the mp3.