Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Music From Polarity/1 Featured In "Plunder," An Upcoming Documentary By Danny Schechter

The music of Polarity/1 can be heard in the upcoming documentary "Plunder," directed by Danny Schechter. Nicknamed "The News Dissector", Emmy Award winning Schechter investigates the economic downturn and subprime mortgage crisis. Polarity/1 contributes two songs to the film, and even makes a brief cameo appearance.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Aeroplane - Stop/Start

The video for 'Stop/Start' - the first single from Norwich-based Indie Rock band, Aeroplane.

Produced by Lambda Films

Friday, September 25, 2009

Giovanni Allevi - Joy Tour

Allevi's performance in NY came after the big success he obtained in Arena in Verona, Italy (more than 10.000 people) with the Orchestra project "Evolution." The concert at the Carnegie Hall is part of another tour: “Allevilive 09” in piano solo. The "AlleviLive" international tour, started in London on March 27th at Islington’s Union Chapel, reveals his intimate and personal relationship he has with the piano presenting his virtuous and melodical original compositions. The tour have touched down the most important cities in Italy, as well as Vienna, Salzburg, Oslo, Athens, Madrid, Seoul, Tokyo. After this concert in New York at Carnegie Hall he will go to San Francisco and Moscow.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Reno Chinati - Baby

It is evident that Reno Chinati has big dreams. This professional independent music video embodies the characteristics of Reno, literally and metaphorically. This music video tells a story with sense of art in a realistic world. From making moves on the ladies to playing a risky game of poker, Reno makes his dreams come true.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Giju - Dil Ko Kiya

“Dil Ko Kiya (Unto My Heart)” is the first global release of multi-talented world music and Latin dance artist Giju’s much anticipated new video projects. This is a beautiful, playful ballad that showcases how Giju pulls inspiration from all forms and genres of music and melds them into his own unique blend of Latin-Indian. Of his work, Giju says, “For me, fusion music is a reflection on how the world and its many cultures are coming together; and that serves as the source of inspiration for all of my songs…’Dil Ko Kiya’ is a ballad which has been close to my heart - that truly reflects the nostalgic feel of love and love lost. I hope the audience takes them to heart as well."

Giju’s complete music CD is being released simultaneously worldwide through Beyond Dreamz Entertainment, founded by Giju in 2006 with the mission to develop and produce innovative music. Buy the album today on iTunes, CDBaby, and other major online outlets. Check out his official website for more information and news on upcoming events.


Friday, September 18, 2009

Tiananman – The Great Atlantic Shift

In a post apocalyptic world, a band of men search for salvation in Tiananman's video for "The Great Atlantic Shift."

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Scratch - Child's Play

This is the flash music video for Scratch band (TGSNT IV winner - people's choice award - America, FNI(A) Festival award - Australia)

Monday, September 14, 2009

The New Music Seminar (July 21, 2009 in NYC)

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The New Music Seminar will again be the number one place for networking and building business partnerships that will become the foundations of the new music business for years to come. The NMS will provide delegates with opportunities to meet with the leaders of the new music business, get the advice, information and tools to do it themselves.

Following rave reviews for this New York City conference, The New Music Seminar comes to Chicago for the first time ever on Tuesday, October 6th, 2009 at the legendary Park West. The New Music Seminar was established in 1980 and grew into one of the world's largest music business conferences. Now, after 15 years, it is back as a crucial one-day event for artists, managers and music labels of for every kind of music.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Scott Joss & Doug Colosio - I Wonder if I Do Too Much

A humorous and wry visualization of "the morning after the night before" for a guy who's whole life is one big party.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Megaphone Man (Nucci Space, Athens, GA)

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Punk Jazz avant-garde recording artist, Megaphone Man performing live at Nucci Space in Athens, Georgia.

Neal Fountain - bass
Bryan Lopes - tenor saxophone
Jeff Reilly - drums

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Bethany & Rufus - 900 Miles

"This tune is a great example of how these two musicians can mix styles. Where the lyrics and Bethany's tone affect a melancholy and ghostly feeling, Rufus' bass line is inescapably funky... A strange mix, to be sure, but Bethany and Rufus make it sound beautiful.

... The piece depicts both musicians slowly trekking down a long desolate railroad track and cuts to scenes of them playing together in a small cabin. The imagery captures the meaning of the song in an eery setting. It evokes a feeling of loneliness and desperation as Bethany sings of the train that will bear her home, a train that never seems to come."

-Review by Jon Peritz of MusicDish