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Tips for Recording a Compelling Demo

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From MusicWorld, posted 5.10.18 Nowadays even the most basic software package offers home users virtually infinite tracking space, making the temptation to over-record stronger than ever. Bear in mind, however, that some of the most compelling productions through the years have been those that favored space and dynamics, rather than uber-overdubbing. To that end,… Read more...


Weird Al Yankovic’s “Mandatory Fun” Tour is a Mandatory Must-See

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From News, posted 8.11.16 Having earned four GRAMMYs and fifteen career nominations, the incomparable “Weird Al” Yankovic is the biggest-selling comedy recording artist in history. Best known for his hilariously irreverent parodies of hit songs by the biggest stars in the musical universe over the past three decades, including “Eat It,” “Like A Surgeon,”… Read more...


10 Preguntas con Juan Galeano

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From News, posted 1.06.16 El cantante colombiano Juan Galeano es la nueva voz magnética de rock en Español. Su trío poderoso, Diamante Eléctrico, está encantado la vida de una victoria sorprendente en mejor álbum rock en los 16 anual Latin GRAMMYS por su segundo álbum, “B,” superando a veteranos rockeros Cuca, La Gusana Ciega,… Read more...


10 Questions With Juan Galeano

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From News, posted 1.06.16 Colombian singer-songwriter Juan Galeano is the magnetic new voice of rock en Español. His power trio, Diamante Eléctrico, is riding high in the wake of a surprise Best Rock Album win at the 16th Annual Latin GRAMMYS for their sophomore album, B, beating out veteran rockers Cuca, La Gusana Ciega,… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: Sunflower Bean

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From News, posted 9.16.15 Though its name may suggest otherwise, Sunflower Bean makes far from soft, sunny music. Ask the band members themselves and they’ll describe their sound as everything from “neo-psychedelic for the digital age,” to “night music,” to just good “rock ‘n’ roll.” And while it’s true that the latter… Read more...


Indie Spotlight: The Wans

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From News, posted 2.03.15 The Wans are perfectly positioned for 2015 to be their year. The two-year-old band wrote more than 40 songs for their album He Said, She Said, whittling the tally down to 10 gritty rock tracks with the help of producer Dave Cobb, who counts the likes of Rival Sons and… Read more...


10 Questions: LP

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From MusicWorld, posted 5.10.12 When a recent ad campaign by Citi featured “Into the Wild,” an aptly scaled blast of indie-pop fronted by the sweeping vocals of singer/songwriter LP, it sparked a national singalong that she, for one, did not expect. That’s probably because “Into the Wild” is but one of countless… Read more...


Foo Fighters Return and Fly High, Fans in Tow

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From MusicWorld, posted 6.20.11 First came news that Foo Fighters were recording a new album — not just to analog tape, but in bandleader Dave Grohl’s garage. Later arrived the music video for its lead single, “Rope,” filmed on VHS. When it was released on April 12, Wasting Light showcased the band’s most urgent… Read more...


BMI Jewels Make Up Majority of Rolling Stone’s Top 500

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From News, posted 7.12.10 In its June issue, Rolling Stone magazine offered the latest version of its “500 Greatest Songs of All Time,” an update of its countdown originally released in 2004. Nuggets crafted by BMI songwriters overwhelmingly dominate the list: Standards from the BMI catalogue make up more than 60% of the classic… Read more...


Lifehouse’s Jason Wade Comes of Age

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From MusicWorld, posted 2.04.10 Conversationally, Jason Wade is a thoughtful, eloquent guy. At 29, he delivers his words with the kind of self-awareness that one might expect from someone nearing a third decade of life, having survived the perils of personal development in his teens and twenties, emerging on the other side as smart… Read more...


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