Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Barbara Kiss' New Addictive Tune "Catch Me"

With a catchy, addictive tune, Barbara Kiss' "Catch Me" blends the best of pop rock and alternative and can easily become the next pop hit. The single's simple lyrics complements Kiss' innocent declaration of love. Her soft voice adds to the foot-tapping guitar rifts and is almost reminiscent of an 80s or 90s pop song, inspiring a great deal of nostalgia. The video features Kiss in black and white back-drops and her wardrobe widely varies. The transitions between a snowy outfit and a gothic get-up highlights the bitter sweet dichotomy of teenage love. The highly singable melody and fun video makes this a very enjoyable song.
http://www.roadhousemusik.com

Monday, December 17, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "The Controversial/Purple Thang" By Cocky Da Homo MC

"The Controversial/Purple Thang", from artist Cocky da Homo MC, is actually one of several of his videos that are available on YouTube. He does not appear on this video at all, but the listener is treated to the tracks from his recordings. In one video, he states, "Black people tell me stop comparing us to them". That does not take into account gay Black people, but hey you want your 15 minutes of fame, show us your artistic skills. The music emulates what's hot today, the synthesizer and bass parts are proper, and the drums are mixed and produced for a big sound. Music video is vital to present and represent one's message and music. If this artist is indeed serious about issues for gay hip hop artists, then I hope the next video will be "broadcast ready" because "the world" wants you to bring it for real!
http://www.cockaveli.com

Sunday, December 16, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Tennis Girl" By Rock Act Black Vendetta

Rock group Black Vendetta's "Tennis Girl" is a soft rock mid tempo track that lures you in with a creative video in which a black and white visual of an "animated" person is seen in various stages of thought, as well as having a smoke and holding up placards giving information about the band. Technology is at its coolest in this fun and very entertaining way of enjoying "Tennis Girl". The lead vocalist has the perfect voice for the track, and the song is catchy with great breaks and hooks, backed up nicely by guitar strumming and bass. This is one cut that will get into your head, and you'll love every minute of it.
http://www.reverbnation.com/blackvendettababy

MusicDishTV presents Francis Bowie's "Art Zoo"

Francis Bowie’s song and video “Art Zoo” is an up tempo pop rock track that is definitely a song you’ll want to play when you’re in the mood for having a good time. Catchy, cool, and fun, the video begins in black and white, showing a young lady playing with several items with a twist of magic, as well as the lead singer in a vocal performance of the song. The video is played at a fast pace, which is in keeping with the “fun and frolicking” nature of the song. Masks, makeup, wardrobe changes, and all things “different” are the hallmark of the video. The video changes to color about halfway through, but never loses its pace or creativity. It’s all about fun. Do you feel it like I do? I bet you will!!
http://francisbowie.com

Friday, December 7, 2012

MusicDishTV presents 'African Zombie' by Alex Boye

Alex Boye's "Zombie" is a big video with a beautiful damsel in distress and a lot of gore. It's a well-produced, very professional, and creative screen play that's interesting and fast paced. The song itself is performed with great passion and conviction and a set of very musically strong pipes. The satire of the song and the video don't detract from this singer's strong voice and star potential. The music is great, and the beat is danceable. Just in time for the holidays, Boye has provided us with a fun and interesting production that is being hailed as the new "Thriller."
http://www.alexboye.com

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Prince Malik's New Club Anthem "So Bad"

A club anthem is a song that everybody can instantly relate to. You can sing the hook because it's easy to remember, and dance to the song as well. And what could be simpler than the idea of wanting someone? Prince Malik's new single and video, "So Bad" tackles the issue in a very entertaining and danceable way. The video follows Malik as he's driving along. A beautiful tall woman in a red dress is crossing the street and they make eye contact, then she gives him warm smile. He immediately gets out the car and follows her to the VIP line into the club. The vocals have the current computer effects and the music track is a bass pounding electronica style. The scene cuts are tight with high def and attention to details like lighting, slo mo, and casting "A" list models. The production on both the studio track and the music video are excellent. How could something "So Bad" be so good? View it for yourself and see!
http://princemalikrecords.com

Monday, December 3, 2012

'Nobody Dies' By French Heavy Rockers Harmonic Generator

Harmonic Generator's "Nobody Dies" is a heavy metal heavy hitter. With a funky groove, banging bass, and a lead singer who was born to sing metal, this track is the epitome of cool. A great video is always the perfect complement to a great song, and this one doesn't fail to please. It's a full color, well produced performance of the song, and there's enough energy and friction in it to light up a city. The band is outstanding and the video is captivating, thrilling, sexy, and a little dangerous, but remember - "Nobody Dies". Recorded and produced at Thirty Mill Studio in Melbourne Australia by Mark Opitz and Colin Wynne, the video was shot in Marseille France by Akil of Jam City Productions.
harmonicgenrator.com

Monday, November 26, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Working For The USA" By Americana Rocker Steve Cooke

Steve Cooke's "Working For The USA" is listed as Americana Rock, but I also hear some southern rock coming hard like the Bruce Springsteen sound. Cooke sings a very inspiring song about the USA and the working class who are the backbone of this great nation. He's a very good singer with a strong a passionate style and a mighty stage presence on this video. Shot in black and white, the video is full of color and life from Cooke and his group. The song is strong, uplifting, empowering, and is one that can touch all the workers of the USA. With a hard driving sound that slows at times to allow a sweet harmony to shine, "Working For The USA" is a song that can't and won't be contained. It's explosive and powerful, and very timely. Cooke really delivers the goods on this one. Both lyrically and musically solid, the song and video are highly inspirational and entertaining, as well as being thought provoking. The video is full of shots of real American people working and the intended connection is very well made. This is very high quality production with outstanding performances from Cooke and his Band. It's an easy sing along song, while its patriotic theme carries a positive message to bring hope, work and happiness back to America's people. http://www.steve-cooke.com

Thursday, November 22, 2012

MusicDishTV presents 'Touch Yo Body' by R&B Singer Jey Gibbs

Jey Gibbs is a treat for ladies with a smooth style and strong, sexy look. He definitely has what it takes to be a sex symbol on the big stage. His style on this song is very smooth with an alto voice that really sounds good. The video is full of shots of beautiful bodies, sounds, and scenes. From the beach to the streets, the scenes move along well with the music and the song, which is a very erotic and sexy cut. The lyrics are well written and passionately sung by Jey. This is a quality video and performance from what looks like the next sex symbol to take the musical throne. With a voice that will make women swoon and good looks to match, Jey Gibbs is the real deal. Check him and his music and video out. You won't be sorry that you did. http://www.jeygibbs.com

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

MusicDishTV presents Tales From The Sunset Strip, hosted by Willie Basse

Some people like Rock n Roll. Others like reality shows. And then, there are those like Willie Basse who dares to combine the two in the new internet reality television show, "Tales From The Sunset Strip." The show is hosted by none other than Basse, who is known as the "Cultural Ambassador To The Sunset Strip" and is best known as the frontman for the L.A. based rock band Black Sheep. Basse has worked with and knows some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Poison, and Buddy Miles. He and his friends have lots of stories (and secrets) to tell and they do it all on "Tales From The Sunset Strip." It's streaming right on your laptop, iPhone, or other digital device, so catch up to the hot gossip and find out what you've been missing on the Strip. http://thesunsetstriponline.com

MusicDishTV Presents "Coupe De Ville" By Si Cranstoun

Si Cranstoun and his band perform the song "Coupe De Ville" lives at the Balajo, Paris in this video that's rocking and rolling and providing a good time for everyone in the listening or watching vicinity. The song is catchy, piano solo is remarkable, and Si Cranstoun has just the right vocal style for this song. Harmonies are well done, and it will be a miracle if you can sit still or down while this hot little number is playing. The video has a retro "Happy Days" look and it works well visually, where we get to see Cranstoun and crew seriously jamming. A black and white image of a lady who is definitely from the 50's is shown intermittently throughout the video, giving it even more authenticity. "Coupe De Ville" is a good time, good mood, good feeling song that's catchy and well performed and produced. You'll be singing it before you know it. The song it available on iTunes, but don't forget to catch the video. It is definitely a show not to be missed. http://www.sicranstoun.com

MusicDishTV Presents "Got A Light" By Bluerays

The video "Got A Light" by Bluerays makes it abundantly clear that these guys have talent. The lead in the band pays great respect to Michael Jackson in the manner in which he pulls off his dance moves, and the inspired moonwalk which he has mastered. The video has an overlay of a shadow of Michael Jackson dancing. A vibrant blue light then enters the lab, where the lead singer, posing as a chemistry lab worker, is transformed by the light into an entertainer when the light enters his heart. This video has very clever use of symbols and special effects. Pop music fans in India should be very proud of this band who represents them so well and has such great potential. The music is uptempo with nice use of keyboards, and drums that are played with skill, responding well to the bass. The video edits are clean, and the locations include enthusiastic high tech workers, amazing trees, and dancing on rooftops with Jackson style choreography, and happy children. There's a future for this band if they want it, they just have to keep striving, These guys could go places. http://bluerays.bandcamp.com

Monday, November 19, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Molly Ringwald Is Dead" By Alternative Band Love Supine



"Molly Ringwald Is Dead" is a video featuring the new song from Love Supine. It opens in the middle of a gathering of trees, as a mysterious sound heralds in the lead vocalist who is fading into view in the distance. The colors are almost black and white with a very washed out effect. In contrast, the rock band's down beat and the power chord of guitars bring this song to life. The singer is fascinated that the 80's teen star Molly Ringwald has opinions and thoughts that he didn't expect from her. The tempo is danceable, and the vocal style a bit like Fred Schneider of B52. The lead singer and guitar are the only players in the video, so there are effective cuts to the scene in synch with the music. "Molly Ringwald is Dead", has a dark humor to it, and should be perfect for Halloween.

http://www.lovesupine.com

MusicDishTV Presents "No Place Like Home" by Infiniteloop



Infiniteloop's video "No Place Like Home" begins with bright orange flares that burst in tempo to the beat as it cuts to a crowded club and Infiniteloop plays in black and white strobe. The lead singer has very interesting lyrics, "I wanna know how long forever lasts", and he's backed by a trio of drums, bass, and guitar. The contrast of the visual to the lyrics is an attention grabber. "There's no place like home you've got one", is being sung, while the video footage shows homes being blown away during atom bomb testing. As the song asks questions about if they could be happy together, the video cuts to the band in black and white, and the bomb testing footage is bathed in a deep burnt orange color. It has a good look to it, which is probably hi def. The alternative style has some clever audio inserts of old radio ad of the 1950's over the top female voice saying "Hit the record button". Dancing to this song will be fun because the mix and the tempo are perfect for turning up your speakers, and the song is an upbeat love song. The video production is excellent, and the editing, and graphic effects are brilliant. You don't have to be humble about this. "There's No Place Like Home" is a cool video, and one that is definitely worth watching. Infiniteloop has a very radio friendly sound to their vocals and music. The mix is clean, and the singer is easy to understand with his own unique style of phrasing. Job well done!


http://www.facebook.com/infiniteloopmusic

Sunday, November 18, 2012

"Never Listen to Rumours" by Honest Plain John


Just one watch of "Never Listen to Rumours" tells you it's a who's who of British Rock Royalty displaying how it's done when you've got a great band, and each member has made a name for themselves: Casino Steel, Michael Monroe, Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), Martin Chambers (The Pretenders), Sami Yaffa (Hanoi Rocks), Verden Allen (Mott The Hoople) & Darrell Bath (The Crybabys). The video begins with the sax player jumping on stage with an incredible red saxophone. Before a word is sung, they are pounding out power chords and the band sings a vocal hook in unison. Visually, the band is complete with 3 scantily clad female singers; all the guys have their own style of stage clothes that emanate rock star swag, with 2 Keyboard players - one on piano, and the other on the Hammond Organ. Completing their wall of sound is tenor sax, 2 guitars, electric bass, and drums. The video captures their performance on a soundstage without an audience, but they play to the viewer. The song talks about friends you can drink with, but gives a warning that one must not trust everything people say. The groove is strong, and the attitude is street smart. The rock sax solo, and guitar all add to the great vocal performance from the lead singer - the impressive Honest Plain John. This one's a keeper!

http://www.neverlistentorumours.com

Sunday, October 14, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Tell Me What You See" By Rock Group Death By Chocolate

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Rock group Death By Chocolate's new video "Tell Me What You See" is very visually interesting and stimulating. With time lapse slow motion, a beautiful woman, and violence with a S&M twist, this video captivates. A very upbeat rock track with hard pounding sound accompanies the video quite nicely. Death By Chocolate's "Tell Me What You See" is well performed and produced. The lead vocalist's voice and style is more than ample as he delivers on this jamming song. With the band rocking hard, this cut is a winner. They add a little Indian melody and all kinds of hard core treats. The video is humorous and entertaining (and steaming hot) while the music is hard core and shows just how rock is supposed to be done.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.deathbychocolate.ch
Music: http://youtu.be/iJetSuEkPS0

Thursday, October 11, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Sunny" By Pop Singer-songwriter Kelly Waters


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Kelly Waters "Sunny" is a really amazing video. First of all, she has a rich, beautiful voice, and her ability to use it as an instrument is extraordinary. On this particular track, she uses a vast and impressive vocabulary as she delivers the message of her song, which is one of love. Kelly sings about the love she feels for the guy that has made her heart throb. Then there's the video with her singing and making muffins in the kitchen while she exudes sexiness as she reads the dictionary dressed like a librarian. Her style is that of the eccentric girl that you just have to love because of her ways. Her video and music are lovely and I really liked the presentation. Both the song and video are very well performed and produced. "Sunny" is definitely bright!

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.kellywatersmusic.com
Music: http://youtu.be/6SyRxPxcrVc

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents Southern Rock Music Video "Everyside" By Eliot Wayne

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Eliot Wayne puts on a guitar clinic in his new powerful southern rock track 'Everyside'. The smooth country vocals blend perfectly with the chugging of Wayne's heavy rock telecaster. The video is great within it's simplicity, as it has Wayne playing the entire song from his patio. Not being distracted by anything else on the screen, the viewer is able to truly focus on the raw emotion displayed by Eliot Wayne. The song's about falling in love, and his lyrics are so moving and so powerful. But let's not forget the awesome guitar lines! When Eliot Wayne goes into a guitar interlude, it's hard not to be completely blown away by his skill. This is a well made video and a must see for southern rock fan!

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.eliotwaynemusic.com
Music: http://youtu.be/hSTUROSGiSA

MusicDishTV Presents Southern Rock Music Video "Everyside" By Eliot Wayne

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Eliot Wayne puts on a guitar clinic in his new powerful southern rock track 'Everyside'. The smooth country vocals blend perfectly with the chugging of Wayne's heavy rock telecaster. The video is great within it's simplicity, as it has Wayne playing the entire song from his patio. Not being distracted by anything else on the screen, the viewer is able to truly focus on the raw emotion displayed by Eliot Wayne. The song's about falling in love, and his lyrics are so moving and so powerful. But let's not forget the awesome guitar lines! When Eliot Wayne goes into a guitar interlude, it's hard not to be completely blown away by his skill. This is a well made video and a must see for southern rock fan!

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.eliotwaynemusic.com
Music: http://youtu.be/hSTUROSGiSA

Friday, September 28, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "This Old Radio" By Alternative Harpist Anna Cate

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"This Old Radio" is a harp-based indie track that combines both subtlety and emotion. The entire video focuses on Anna Cate playing her harp and singing the song in her living room. This gives a certain intimacy to the song, kind of like getting to hear a private performance with no one else around. She sings about this old radio, one that a loved one used to play her favourite song on. The cinematography suggests that there is a longing in her life, perhaps for a life she used to have. The shaky, indie style of the camerawork allows the viewer to feel her distress and see that she truly means every word that she sings. To accompany the voice, she focuses much of the video on her fingers playing the harp. Her hands move with such grace and makes such a difficult instrument seem easy to play. Anna Cate's video is certainly one not to be missed.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.annacatemusic.com

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Fallen" By Americana/Country Rocker Eliot Wayne

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What a way to capture a solid rock band! The producers of Americana/country rock Elliott Wayne's "Fallen" did a great job shooting this driving quick tempo song with well-placed cameramen, with the first stage right, the second stage left, and another behind Elliot and to the left of the drummer who was giving the performance of a lifetime. Another camera in front captured the energy of the band with close ups of Elliot's guitar as he played with passion and intensity. The edits were excellent, adding to the energy, and excitement of "Fallen". The harmony on this song is powerful with strong open intervals between Elliot and the backup vocals of his bass player. The guys were dressed "garage band" casual, but be advised, they are most definitely a strong rocking trio, and it's hard to believe that they were unsigned in 2011! Kudos to Producer Chuck Miller and editor Alex Henley for very smartly done cuts on this video.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://eliotwaynemusic.com
Music: http://youtu.be/Zybpxgw2Tyw

Sunday, September 23, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents By "Livinin Love" KC Jockey

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As a tribute to "the soldiers who died fighting for our country," KC Jockey's "Livinin Love" music video is the story of a soldier who deals with losing and gaining love. Being at war in Iraq causes his girlfriend to grow impatient of being apart and break up with him, but once he returns from war, love conquers all. The soldier returns to the smiles and cheers of his beloved family and friends, as well as into the arms of his apologetic girlfriend. The scenario makes you wonder whether or not the girl would stick around if her boyfriend had to return to war again...

The positive message and optimistic vibe of the actual song is unexpected after watching the soldier and his girlfriend argue and break up at the beginning of the video. With a rhythmic and dynamic percussion, "Livinin Love" speaks about being in love and being thankful for what you have. It is a feel-good anthem that could brighten anyone's day by encouraging them to just smile and be happy. The downers, pessimists, and ungrateful beings of the world should take a listen to it in hopes of recovering from their dark days and moving on with their lives. As for our valiant war heroes, after being exposed to so much hate and violence, and defending their nations so that the rest of us can live in peace, "Livinin Love" shows them what they're fighting for and what we wish for them.

Email: tv@musicdish.net

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Hello" By Award Winning DJ JP

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"Hello", a new animated video from the award winning DJ JP, explodes onto the screen with a massive bass and Electro pop track. The low voice speaks in English, and it's very humorous and entertaining with very simply drawn characters moving around on a black background. The bass has an elastic sound, and a moving line that sounds like a jazz walking bass. A little man in a hat is searching everywhere as he walks past the country side flowers, and through the rain storm to find someone he's trying to talk to, but can't hear. The music becomes more intense as the kick drum and high note keyboards keep climbing higher in tension, and the poor little man just keeps trekking through the city traffic. Ahhh, finally the payoff comes as night falls, and our hero is joined by many friends that came to dance, and party! "Thanks for coming!". This will be perfect when fans come to hear JP spin at one of his shows! Smartly placed social buttons are on the end of the video for social media sites, offering fans numerous ways to connect with DJ JP.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.jplantieri.com

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents Robert Nix’s “Walk Down The Street”

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Robert Nix's video for "Walk Down the Street" is one that's difficult to explain, but incredibly pleasing to watch. He is a post-contemporary composer, but his music is so much more. The video follows Nix as he records the various instruments in the song, creating a fully experimental and pop-rock fusion track. He throws in some cut scenes of himself walking aimlessly through his home-city of Toronto to represent the theme of his song; being lost. The cinematography supports the theme as well, as the dissonance of the shaky camera certainly makes the viewer feel a little lost. The compassion in his voice and power in his presence in the video allows the video to almost attain a sense of spirituality.

All in all, this is a fantastic video from top to bottom. Robert Nix is a mastermind and he displays a true love for his craft. Teaming up with filmmaker Rohit "Badmash" Thakur was a terrific decision and "Badmash" certainly fulfilled his responsibilities.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/robertnix4

MusicDishTV presents Robert Nix - Walk Down the Street


Robert Nix’s video for “Walk Down the Street” is one that’s difficult to explain, but incredibly pleasing to watch.  He is a post-contemporary composer, but his music is so much more.  The video follows Nix as he records the various instruments in the song, creating a fully experimental and pop-rock fusion track.  He throws in some cut scenes of himself walking aimlessly through his home-city of Toronto to represent the theme of his song; being lost.  The cinematography supports the theme as well, as the dissonance of the shaky camera certainly makes the viewer feel a little lost.   The compassion in his voice and power in his presence in the video allows the video to almost attain a sense of spirituality. 
All in all, this is a fantastic video from top to bottom.  Robert Nix is a mastermind and he displays a true love for his craft.  Teaming up with filmmaker Rohim “Badmash” Thakur was a terrific decision and “Badmash” certainly fulfilled his responsibilities.  

Friday, September 14, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Everything's Going To Be Fine" By American Brit Rocker Barry Keenan

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American Brit Rocker Barry Keenan's song and video "Everything's Going To Be Fine" are very good. Keenan has a great singing voice and does a fantastic job with this very touching and inspirational song. The video shows a young boy and his drawings, which depict the song's lyrical content about how in spite of all of the bad things going on around us, if we concentrate on the love that's inside each and every one of us, everything will be alright. It's very creative to use a child, someone who is so innocent, to convey something that seems to be so complex to so many adults. If a child knows this, why don't we? The lyrics are solid and Keenan obviously has a very deep connection to his spiritual side and with the word. The folk music and vocal performance deliver the message solidly and with conviction.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.barrykeenan.com
Music: http://youtu.be/-DAeaLJWZLQ

Monday, September 10, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Breath" By Sound Liberation And Chanda Rule

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Sound Liberation, accompanied by Chanda Rule, has collaborated with Luma Launisch to create a beautiful artistic video for the song "Breath". This video juxtaposes two layers of video; the vocalist's emotional performance on one and a landscape style shot of an everyday city on the other. The artistic prowess of the video is made evident from the first dissonant synth hit that builds into a great indie-R&B fusion score. The vocalist demonstrates incredible power with a strong, confident singing voice. She guides the viewer through various cultures of the city, exposing the beauty in everyday life. This video is clearly a first-class production and the results is an amazing video.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.soundliberation.net

MusicDishTV Presents KUNVUK - Rapture Pt 1 (Incite)



The official HD video for "Rapture, Pt. 1 (Incite)" from the Australian unhinged metal trio Kunvuk's second LP "Consume Rapture" is almost indescribable. The opening moments of the video with flickering shots interspersed with blackness brought up memories of the movie Paranormal Activity for some reason. Recorded in the rehearsal studio while the band was preparing for a tour behind the new album, the video captures the insanity and chaos that unfolds when the band launches into their music. The first half of the video is chaotic, full volume, and definitely hyped up to the max. In the second half of the video, the band begins playing a very cool sounding up tempo number that is definitely music that metal lovers will enjoy, and the "chaos" subsides. KUNVUK is a very talented band, and if rehearsals have this much energy, the live show must be one non-stop adrenaline rush.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.facebook.com/kunvuk
Music: http://youtu.be/pTkGVO_TsnA

Friday, September 7, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "In Dreams With You" By Contemporary Singer Lily

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The video and track "In Dreams With You" from the contemporary artist Lily, who calls the West Australian port city of Fremantle home, and has a rich Eurasian heritage, is a simple, but very engaging experience as viewers see Lily belt out the tune, which can only be described as country with soul. Lily has a beautiful, powerful voice, and this ballad, which includes a sexy guitar solo, and commands this song with the expertise of an artist who has passion and raw talent. The song is hauntingly beautiful, and it's one of the best and most memorable singles that I have heard in a very long time. The arrangement and production, combined with Lily's stellar vocal performance and the great musicianship of those playing behind her make this video memorable and the track one that is a must have. No matter what genre of music you like, "In Dreams With You" will touch your heart and soul.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.billiereidmusic.com

Sunday, August 26, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Winner" By Devotion

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Christian reggae/hip hop artist Devotion's music video "Winner" is a visually engaging, inspirational, and encouraging video about being a "Winner" because of a relationship with God. Set to a hip hop/reggae grove with a nice hook, that's very nice. with a very inspirational message and a very nice hook. Devotion spits her rhymes with Christian lyrics done in a really cool and hip way. With a strong voice and presentation, she exudes positivity, presenting the image of a strong young woman whose life is in control because of The One who is in control. It's a refreshing look at the other side of hip hop, and Devotion is a natural at both the rhymes and video performance. The video unfolds to tell of a "courtship" where the guy is coming with game, and she is not the least bit fooled or conned into going for it because she has a self-confidence that comes from an inner strength that doesn't let you down. She is a smooth rapper and the reggae beat is very danceable. The groove is so strong that this could easily cross over to other musical genres. The video is professionally shot and very well produced.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.devotionworld.com
Music: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/winner-single/id419172574
Video: http://youtu.be/EgSOIT-gSgQ

Thursday, August 23, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Superstar" By Zack Ghaly Feat. Rapper HD-Flat

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Zack Ghaly's music video "Superstar" is colorful with cosmic and dazzling images, as the lyrics are displayed in synch with the phrasing of the singer. Everybody is fascinated about being famous. With "Superstar", Zack Ghaly offers the encouragement to succeed to those who dare to dream with a very positive new anthem for success. Zack sings with a very warm tone, and the music has all the excitement of a pop club hit. The pulsing synthesizer and larger than life strings are right on the money, along with the drum mix. Just at the right moment, rapper HD-Flat flows with skill, talking about some of the biggest mega stars in Hollywood. Parents will also love this song as the lyrics speak to staying in school, and remaining focused on your dreams. "Superstar" would easily work on a Disney radio mix, or in a dance club! Zach Ghaly's "Superstar." is right on time, and just in time to cheer students on for the new school year.

Email: tv@musicdish.net

Thursday, August 9, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Hot Knife Through Butter" By Tony Enos

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Super sexy gay pop artist Tony Enos' video and track "Hot Knife Through Butter" is a no holds barred party jam with engaging visuals that tease, please, and tantalize! This one's for the grown and sexy only as Tony gives a great vocal performance and shows off even more sizzling dance moves. He's hot and he knows it, and Tony doesn't mind showing it. "Hot Knife Through Butter" is a love song where boy meets boy and it's on! The video is show in black and white in a very nice club with a floor and light display that Tony utilizes to the fullest. Packing a punch from beginning to end, with wardrobe changes and hot steamy moves, this production is well done. The song has a great beat with solid background singers, and of course Tony has a nice sound and a cool act.

Email: tv@musicdish.net
Website: http://www.TonyEnos.com

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Forever K Michael & Shaquille O'Neal's Dunkman Eyewear: Journey III

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The journey to success has its ups and downs, all the innovators and go-getters of the world know that. For K Michael, creator of the Forever K Michael designer eyewear collection, success is air bound. By fusing the best music with sleek and stylish eyewear, he created something unique, not to mention a must-have accessory. After partnering with the fashionable, yet affordable, NYS Collection, K Michael's next step would be to involve basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal in his endeavors.

"Forever K Michael The Journey 3" is a short video that takes us to Orlando, FL with K Michael, where he continues the never-ending branding process. This time, he is giving the presentation of his life in a room full of O'Neal's partners and endorsers, or, in other words, a room full of some the top most and well known names in the world. Exciting or terrifying? Backed by an upbeat and rhythmic sound, the video shows K Michael arriving at an airport in, what can be assumed, Orlando, meeting with the NYS Collection executives, and giving the presentation that would change his life, all while donning his trendy shades.

K Michael has done a fine job in crafting quality eyewear that can complement any look. It is obvious that he will not rest until he gains global recognition and dominates the industry. Pretty soon new entrepreneurs will be pitching their ideas to K Michael, talented, fashionable, and successful businessman, forever sharing his passion.

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Website: http://www.foreverkmichael.com

MusicDishTV Presents "La Messe Est Dite" By Jacques Pellarin

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When you hear the accordion played for the first time, it's both a novelty and interesting. But when it's skillfully done the way Jacques Pellarin does it in his video and track "La Messe Est Dite", which is interpreted to mean (the mess is known as), it is a pleasure. The video provides visions of the beautiful French countryside with fields of grain and Jacques walking the land, with his accordion on his back. Scenes sometimes alternate to just a quick up close shot of the accordion being played. The music has passion, and yet it is simply a waltz, with Pellarin playing the lead, and accompaniment to a sad, but beautiful refrain. The impact and concern about nature is clear in tying the video imagery to his composition. His timing is impeccable, and his playing will impress you.

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Website: http://www.jacquespellarin.fr

Thursday, August 2, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Top 5" By MC Kublakai

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Northwest born MC Kublakai's video and track, "Top 5," is a semi-chronicle of the young rapper's journey into the world of hip hop. It's a really cool, honest, and refreshing look into Kublakai's life and his discovery of the big names in the game of rap. "Top 5" is a tribute to hip hop and the artists who helped shape the genre and change the industry and culture that, like Rock and Roll, is now a huge part of the American way of life. Big props for this history lesson set to a deep beat. Kublakai flows effortlessly as he weaves a story of his own life and how it was impacted by hip hop, leading to much respect for it. He mentions and shows a lot of the greats from back in the day who made all of us wake up to rap and hip hop. The video is smooth and entertaining, and though it is most the young talent as he spits, there are other well placed visuals. Kublakai has a great sound, and one that is actually distinctive, which is both a rarity and a treat. And there's just something about him that makes you want to like him, which is probably the fact that he comes off as being very genuine. The video, which is professionally shot and produced, is very strong and accomplishes its goal of showing the great love that exists for the music and the connection hip hop music has to the past. This is an excellent video, and a very good performance from an artist that this reviewer would like to see and hear a lot more from.

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Website: http://peepgame.wordpress.com

Monday, July 16, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Wake" By The Rift

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The Rift's video and track "Wake" is a well-produced, highly entertaining surprise. The alternative band starts this high energy groove out with just a little guitar and percussion that is very laid back and mellow. After a small pause, they light the house up with a fiery sound of rock that is second to none. The video shows the band performing the song, and it is a high octane performance indeed, changing tempos at least twice. The lead vocalist has the perfect voice for this track and he hits the high notes with strength and in perfect tune. In fact, all of the band members play with passion and fervor. Background vocals are great, and the band's style is actually reminiscent of Aerosmith. The band pauses the singing for an instrumental jam session, and they really put everything they have into it. Whatever else they are, they are musicians first, and it shows. Their talent is undeniable, and this is one of best songs, performances, and videos I've seen in a while. If "Wake" doesn't make you get up and dance or pump you full of energy, there's a problem.

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Website: http://www.facebook.com/theriftmusic

Sunday, July 15, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Trim Pounds" By Mr. Garth-culti-Vader

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West coast rapper Mr. Garth-culti-Vader's video "Trim Pounds" starts off with Kanye West's song Gold Digger being played, and a young white man smoking while he cleans what looks like a club. He goes over to the turntable, then starts the music over, and while it is still Kanye's music, Mr. Garth-culti-Vader has put his own rhymes to it, telling about the marijuana lifestyle in California. The video alternates from that point between showing him rapping on stage and in the bathroom cleaning. A second janitor appears and immediately begins dancing. Overall, the spits are pretty good and of course, you can't go wrong with the music. The video ends with the owner walking in on Mr. Garth-culti-Vader standing there holding his mop, and admonishing him for doing so, stating "What are you doing? We've got a club to open." Oh well, guess it was all just a daydream, but at least it was a nice one.

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Website: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/mrgarthcultivader5

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Typical Rock Star" By Shamarr Allen

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"Typical Rock Star" by Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs begins with Shamarr walking into a record executive's office for a meeting, only to find out that there's good news and bad news. The good news is that the record executive promises to make him rich and earn him a Grammy, citing his past accomplishments and even taking credit for the success of Miles Davis. The bad news is, he wants to own him - get rid of his band members, cut down on the use of his trumpet, and change his looks. It then cuts to Shamarr and the Underdawgs performing Typical Rock Star, which is a serious jam, with Shamarr doing the vocals and an outstanding job on the trumpet. This rock jam, which incorporates rap as well, has a really great, universal sound that appeal to the masses. Clever lyrics, great vocals and strong music are all present here. Both the video and track are thoroughly enjoyable, completely innovative and this is one of those groups that breaks the rules and does it with style and finesse. If you don't see another video or listen to another song this year, you should check this one out.

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Website: http://www.shamarrallen.com/

Thursday, July 5, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents Uncontrolled TV Show

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Uncontrolled TV Show: Ep.1 - Powerhouseshow.com is a 30 minute TV show for independent recording artists, female singers, male singers, independent rappers, unsigned bands.

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Website: http://www.Powerhouseshow.com

It all begins with the video "Sin City" from Canadian rock artist Jon Mullane. First shown in black and white with the keyboardist's right hand beginning the intro to the song, it then transitions for a hot second to show a shot of a bridge and Sin city itself, then flashes back to the keyboards, which by that time are joined by the bass, guitar, and percussion. Once the full band has chimed in, the video focuses on Mullane walking the streets of Sin City while singing the melody, but continues the transition from that scene to the black and white keyboard playing and Mullane singing into a studio microphone. Mullane's raspy voice is great for this song, which is definitely powerful rocking hard. After a short guitar solo by Mullane, we began to see his musicians, particularly the guitarist, walking on the street close behind him to the fast paced rhythmic beat of the song. Lights and attractive, but scantily dressed females are featured on the streets of Sin City, who appear to be trying to catch up to Mullane. The song is so fierce that he could have just sat on a bar stool and sung it, and that would have been enough, but the video, combined with the vocals and music are a dynamic combination that will satisfy viewers.

The second video, "Inflicted Shame," is from the group Oblivious Signal, who is touted as a rock band on the edge. One watch of this video and you'll know that's true, but in a very good way. The video, shown in color, leads off with a guitar solo. It features the band performing this song, led by a hot female lead singer who gives new meaning to the words "Girls rock!!!" She gives a brilliant vocal performance and you won't find yourself missing a male voice, not even for a moment, as she blows you away with the quality of her voice, the passion of her singing, and her range. And yes, she has the look and attitude as well. The musicianship in Oblivious Signal is top quality, with a guitar solo that is second to none. It's well worth the watch, not only to see the band perform the song, but to watch the band's female vocalist pull out a can of "whip ass" on a guy much bigger than she who comes up on her from behind in an alley at night. The directed did a very cool and innovative thing with this video as they showed this part in reverse as we first see him lying on the ground, either unconscious or dead, and then he gets up and we see the fight (well, it was kind of a fight - he didn't really get very many licks in before hitting the pavement) from the end result to how it started.

After a quick promo/advertisement by Uncontrolled TV show, the third video begins and we are now at the scene of a boxing match, with the boxer's lady love in the audience all glammed up. It's Round 10, and as he looks up at her, all bloodied and bruised while putting in his mouthpiece, she looks at him and gives him a nod that says, "You can do this!!" The bell rings and the two competitors look each other in the eye while the referee gives them final instructions. The song begins, and the vocalist sings, "When I look into your eyes/I see the better half of me." Need I say more? Well, maybe you should know that the title of the song is "You And I" from pop/rock World5 newly released debut album, "Global Experience." Featuring the group's lead singer Don Bruner and actors Erika Fitzgerald and Kris Eklund, the video was shot on location at Rhino's Gym and at Rancho Buena Vista, and directed by Jim Ellis and Elias Acosta. After the first boxing ring scene, it cuts to where things seem to have started - with a young couple in love on vacation. We do get to see the vocalist and band perform, though the storyline is so interesting and meshes so well with the song's lyrics, you just want to get back to that! Fade back to the young lover getting knocked to the floor for what would seem like a knockout punch as he goes down. Once again, he looks at his love, and she nods her head and mouths "I love you." It's all he needs. After a quick fade back to the band, the next person to hit the floor (and stay there) is his opponent. Lionel Richie had it right when he said, "Love Will Conquer All." It certainly did in this case.

Video #4 begins with a slight reggae infused pop beat and vocalist Craymo singing, "We are all one" repeatedly. The song is "One Love One World (We Are One)," and the video is shot in black and white, which is the perfect backdrop of simplicity to keep the listener focused in the lyrics, which are powerful and thought provoking. This is a deep and touching song, and this world would indeed be a much better place to live in if everyone in it felt like the vocalist who sings it with such passion and conviction: "We are one love/We are one world/Put your hands together/every boy and every girl." This is a great song, a great vocal performance, and just an all-around inspirational treat!

The fifth and final video begins with a couple waking up in the morning, with the man arising first. The song is Fishori's "Hard Love," and while he's in the bathroom singing and shaving, the leggy blonde who was pretending to be asleep, gets up and sneaks out. She's nobody's woman and everybody's girl. Fishori, now fully dressed with a guitar strapped on, continues to sing while the vixen dances seductively around a hot red sports car that is nowhere near as fast as she is. He croons, "It's a hard love. You think I would know better. But I don't." If that doesn't say it all, I don't know what could. He's whipped, she's the whipper, and looks like he's in it come what may. The song is funky and spunky and quite enjoyable. The video, which is very well produced, complements it well.


Friday, June 29, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Feel So" By Erup

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Jamaican reggae artist Erup's video "Feel So" features Erup spitting rhymes with authentic Jamaican style and swagger. The video alternates between scenes of Erup rapping alone and him with a pretty young lady who is the object of his affection. This song is about love as Erup tells you that it "Feel So" good and indeed it does, especially the way this young talent lays it down. Viewers are in for a treat as we watch while he tries to win her love. Erup has a smooth delivery and cool style, establishing himself as not just a rapper, but also one who sings a bit as well. His strong masculine voice will be pleasing to many, especially the ladies, and when you throw that sexy Jamaican accent in, girls - we just don't stand a chance! The music is fresh and interesting with an overlapping of mixes that have different beats and instruments that, combined with Erup's vocal style, produce a solid sound. This is a video and song that viewers and listeners will definitely enjoy as the reggae beat blasts out the heat and yes, it is definitely sizzling hot!

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Website: http://www.gameonlock.com
Music: http://youtu.be/7InQrSZkt4k


Wednesday, June 27, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Welcome To America" By Denae Gardner




Denae Gardner's video and track "Welcome To America" is an eye opening, in your face look about what our country is and has become. With her lyrically graphic descriptions, this is one political song and video that are right on point. Done in the country music style, Gardner and her band are serious. In fact, I'd go so far as to say that she's the Bob Marley of country music. Telling you about the reality of America today, using real up to date situations in her lyrics is one of her strong points. This video captivates you with scenes that are familiar to most of us who are even vaguely familiar with the news these days. The strength of Garnder's lyrical content cannot be overstated - she is good! She has put herself out there to be heard and, believe me, she's coming in loud and clear. This is an excellent video that is well shot, and the story it tells is profound. Her voice is very good, the band is excellent, and this could very well be a hit, especially with those who are socially conscious or aspire to be. Tthe music and flow of "Welcome To America" are very moving as this singer tells it like it is with a very emotional delivery and great style.

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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Go All In" By LexRox

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In Pop artist LexRox's video "Go All In," LexRox takes down a challenger in a video filled with boxing scenes and plenty of excitement and good music. LexRox is letting the masses know that if you think got the stuff it takes to be a pop star in the music business, you have to put in some hard work along with your talent for it to pay off ! "Go All In" is a summer jam. It's fun watching LexRox at a house party taking on Thumb Wrestling, Rock paper scissors, and Nerf guns, and coming out a winner against the other guy, who is not a good loser. The edits cut to the music breaks tightly. LexRox gives a great vocal performance on this tune and even raps a little. The track is pumping with intense keyboards and bass, great for dancing or just listening to for fun. if you have young music fans, they'll love this cut. I'd like to see her on rotation with Disney, as this young talent certainly has the goods.

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Website: http://www.LexRox.com
Music: http://youtu.be/Tc_396eUCTE

Friday, June 8, 2012

MusicDishTV Presents "Take Me For A Ride" By Lea Marie




Pop princess Lea Marie has arrived with her new single "Take Me For A Ride". Both beautiful and talented, this pop vocalist's sound will make listeners wish that they were the lucky recipients of that request. "Take Me For A Ride" is from her recently released sophomore album "Undercover Lover," which boasts 6 tracks. The video for "Take Me For A Ride" highlights her charm, presence, and vocal abilities that are unquestionably good, showing her in scenes all over Hollywood during the day and night. Very well produced and entertaining, Lea delivers an awesome vocal performance that fits the mood of the track and video perfectly, as her band backs her up all the way. Right in the middle of the video, she changes on one of the breaks and sings in a slightly lighter, sweeter voice, which adds a dynamic to the song that viewers and listeners will find to be very pleasing. "Take Me For A Ride" grabs the viewer with its fast pace and good music. The young talent does the rest and by the end of the song, you'll be hooked. With a nice danceable, beat this song is really hot, and so is the singer. "Take Me For A Ride" is a pop lover's paradise.

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Website: http://www.leamariemusic.com