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Jelixa the "Beta Music Artist" is bringing her own funk to the floor. She has a love for music that spreads across many genres, one of which is Funk! We all know you can't talk about funk without mentioning some of the pioneers of funk such as; James Brown - Sly & and The Family Stones - George Clinton and The Parliament Funkadelic - Earth Wind & Fire - Tower of Power and so many others. But Jelixa says she wants a piece of the funk list, so she's given you a taste of her...
Mid tempo funk party tune about an artist wanting everybody to come check out her modern day poppish funk tune while keeping a tight groove on the dance floor. Sounds like a modern day parliament funkadelic and sly and the family stones with a little earth wind and fire in the mix. Mixed Vocals - RnB Music - Funk
http://jelixa.bandcamp.com/Jelixa the "Beta Music Artist" is bringing her own funk to the floor. She... more
WONDER TWIN POWERS
Jenny Flory- Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar
Joshua Sheik- harmony vocals, Drums
Check out: http://www.wondertwinpowersmusic.com/
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http://oranjudio.com/WONDER TWIN POWERS Jenny Flory- Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar Joshua Sheik- harmony... more
This is the 6th Album of 001 Records Netlabel. Born in Madrid (Spain) Chuzausen (aka Alberto Vazquez), lives and grows up in Vigo from 3 years old. This energetic musician still working for more than 12 years composing music trackers (Impulse Tracker, Scream Tracker …). He is currently a member of the German Net Label “Rump Funk Records”, has collaborated with the seal Vigo “Parafuso”. Also as a musician and sound engineer in various audiovisual projects. This album shares music styles as Game-music, Breakbeat, Electronica and an interesting point of view about Drum and Bass. Read the rest of this entry » http://www.freeturbine.com/index.php/free-albums/C/39-chuzausen/45-profit-0This is the 6th Album of 001 Records Netlabel. Born in Madrid (Spain) Chuzausen (aka... more
INTHESHIT - 'Kings of the grindcore jungle' free CD : aggressive, direct, to the point, and never draggingThe only real complaint that anyone rational could have about this set was that it was too short. Short sets are a fact of life in the DIY world, especially on five-band shows in a city that has a (stupidly early) had curfew, but this was really on the bleeding edge even of that, probably because Alex (Nachzehrer, 26 Beers) had been pulled in on drums on really short notice and hadn't gotten time to learn any more than what was played. However, since Intheshit is a grind band, and a really pure one at that, we got a good number of songs (being, true to form, fast and short) and a decent amount of material all told. From that point of view, this was what a grind set should be: aggressive, direct, to the point, and never dragging. From another view, this was about 50-75% of what a grind set should be, since it seemed like they only played for about 10 minutes when 15 or 20 of this style would still have felt as fresh and as raw. http://www.freeturbine.com/index.php/free-albums/I/36-intheshit/42-kings-of-the-grindcore-jungleThe only real complaint that anyone rational could have about this set was that it was... more
The SF MusicTech Summit brings together visionaries in the music/technology space, along with the best and brightest developers, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, journalists, musicians and organizations who work with them at the convergence of culture and commerce. We meet to discuss the evolving music/business/technology ecosystem in a proactive, conducive to dealmaking environment. The Internet is impacting every industry, not least the music industry where the route to fame and fortune is no longer studio > agent > record contract; it’s more about recording a video in your bedroom and selling your music directly to your fans. The music industry doesn’t know what to do with itself, whilst artists are basking in the free tools available for them to promote their music directly to their fans. http://www.freeturbine.com/index.php/news/concerts-news/item/sf-musictech-summit-the-future-of-musical-instrumentsThe SF MusicTech Summit brings together visionaries in the music/technology space,... more
Once more the great netlabel Clinical Archives released the album. It contains eight tracks, based on poems of (mostly english) authors from the late 19th / early 20th century. Once more, Tobias Herzz Hallbauer combines these great lyrics with his borderless music – from hip-hop-influenced songs to krautrock-like pieces. THH says:“Maybe it´s some kind of Krauthop... I don´t know...“. ...... listen http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/dark/42995-tobias-herzz-hallbauerOnce more the great netlabel Clinical Archives released the album. It contains eight... more
After an experience I had yesterday morning I decided that a look at musical technology was in order. Being a guitarist and keyboardist I've got an arsenal of gear in my house. It used to take up a whole lot of space and it cost me an arm and a leg to get it. I've pared down over the years because the technology has increased.After an experience I had yesterday morning I decided that a look at musical... more
The premier political story of the past few months has been the Republican plan to dismantle Medicare and the resulting voter backlash. In town halls across the country, voters are expressing their anger at the GOP priorities of ending Medicare, extending tax breaks for the wealthy, and protecting subsidies for oil companies.
ThinkProgress has reported extensively from town halls in Florida, Wisconsin, Arizona, and elsewhere. In addition, citizen journalists have attended town halls and reported about them online, allowing others who couldn’t attend in person to see the event.
However, some congressmen are concerned about what could happen if citizen journalists repost their town halls on the Internet. At least two members of Congress have taken extraordinary measures to shut down the spread of information.
ThinkProgress readers passed along the following photos, taken outside town halls held by Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA) and Rep. Joe Heck (R-NV). Barletta specifically barred citizen journalists and other non-credentialed media from recording the event, while Heck took a more encompassing approach of “no recording devices” at all:
When Republicans won back the House in 2010, one of their central promises was “to make Congress more transparent.” However, when it comes to their own congressional events, the same standard apparently does not apply.
Indeed, with members like Lou Barletta and Joe Heck barring citizens from recording the events and preventing those who couldn’t attend from seeing what the congressmen had to say, one has to ask: what are they trying to hide?
Update At his town hall, Heck reportedly faced a rowdy crowd upset about his vote for the Medicare-ending House Republican budget. When pressed, he backed away from the plan a bit, saying, “I’m not saying it’s the best idea, but it’s the only one and the best being proposed now."
(Can anyone tell me why Tea party can carry weapons,guns, and military replicas and we can't even have a tape player ?!)-figg
(some great comments at Think Progress and source)The premier political story of the past few months has been the Republican plan to... more
In Cleveland, in the summer of 1975, all the bands were breaking up. The creative land rush of the years 1972-74 was played out. A generational window was passing over a mini sub-culture naively dedicated to the odd proposition that Rock Music was a serious art form. David Thomas had a group called Rocket From The Tombs. When it fell apart in the summer of 1975 he decided to record an artifact. This artifact, he hoped, would gain him entry into the Brotherhood of the Unknown that was gathering in used record bins everywhere. He thought Pere Ubu was a good name http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/album-rewievs/42947-story-of-pere-ubu-10-albumsIn Cleveland, in the summer of 1975, all the bands were breaking up. The creative land... more
I went over to my friend’s recording studio in the Richmond District one day a few years ago to help him fix some problems he was having with his mac. We were upstairs and and he was running all about and he came to me and asked me if I could take over for him in the sound check downstairs because he had to run out to the store and pick up a few things for the two guys he was recording downstairs.I went over to my friend’s recording studio in the Richmond District one day a... more
From Da Art Of Penatration CD Smith Mob 40 Cap Recording Artist
I am currently writing and recording a completely original piece of music for every day in 2011. These songs are uploaded to the internet everyday: http://sadfay.bandcamp.com, I also occasionally collaborate with other musicians and groups of people, who come to my studio and spend the day writing a song with me. The official website for the project is here: www.songadayforayear.com and the blog is here: http://songadayforayear.blogspot.com
It would be great to be have this project shared on Current TV as I am always keen to collaborate with more people and groups, especially groups of people who might not be musicians but want the opportunity to be part of the "magic" of being in a recording studio and part of a creative, original experience that would culminate in a finished song that they will have contributed to.
email@example.comI am currently writing and recording a completely original piece of music for every... more
Evan Russell Saffer's new video "Chemical Marketplace" from his debut solo album Neon Gas begins with Saffer going to see a doctor, who instead of nurses, has two very intimidating looking "gents" who open the door, speaking every word in sync as those their minds have been melded together. He finally gets to see the doc, proclaims that he's not feeling very well, to which the "doctor" replies: "I think I have something for you." He is then held down by the in sync twosome, while the doc gives him a "shot". The video then switches scenes back and forth between the office and Saffer performing "Chemical Marketplace" in a club setting. It's a fitting video for the song, which starts off with a frenzied but very much in control electric guitar with hard rock drums, which are then joined by a second electronic guitar and an anthemic wail of rock that leads into the first verse. The track is dubbed a floor-it-with-your-head-out-the-window drug anthem, and you will bob your head, move your body, and let your senses go wild with this sensationally well put together masterpiece. It's non-stop hard rock at its best.
http://www.evanrussellsaffer.comEvan Russell Saffer's new video "Chemical Marketplace" from his debut... more
Lightning Bolt - 'Don't Give A Fuck About Tinnitus' tour + 'Lightning Bolt: The Power of Salad and Milkshakes' documentary + free CDsPossessing one of contemporary music’s most incendiary live shows and a clutch of critically acclaimed albums, Rhode Island duo Lightning Bolt have earned wild praise from some of music’s bigwigs (the likes of Steve Albini, John Peel). Their drum/bass set-up might sound limiting, but the uncompromising music and textures they create are anything but. They have just recently released Earthly Delights, their fifth album, and first since 2005’s lauded Hypermagic Mountain, and is further example of their unclassifiable sound. Their music straddles genres such as metal, noise, punk, prog, and favours textures, rhythms, and riffs over easy listening. http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/album-rewievs/31047-lightning-boltPossessing one of contemporary music’s most incendiary live shows and a clutch... more
The Gibbets claim to make lava rock, whatever that means. The members are: Antoine Gibbet: singer and lyricist, Fat Baby Ralph: guitars, Poplar Gibbet: drums, programming, and synthetics... Playground is their first set of recordings as a unit of collaboration. Please enjoy! http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/rock/26441-the-gibbetsThe Gibbets claim to make lava rock, whatever that means. The members are: Antoine... more
In what is sure to be a very important case, Illinois has one of the most restrictive laws that forbids people to record police officers on duty, but at the same time allows police to record ordinary citizens. This is the double standard and the case centers on an artist who was selling his art on the street and recorded his arrest. He isn't being charged with selling his art on the street, which is a crime in and of itself, instead he is being charged with recording his own arrest. And the worst thing, he could be facing 15 years in prison for doing so.
This story has many interesting angles and it involves the ACLU.
More at the link above...In what is sure to be a very important case, Illinois has one of the most restrictive... more
Ever imagined eyewear recording video and content content for you? If so, it is going to be reality now. Get ready to capture "any experience without the hassle of a video camera in your hand."Ever imagined eyewear recording video and content content for you? If so, it is going... more
recorded by Shawn Jackinsky on an old busted 4track in winter 2008/2009, Alaska ..... It sounds at turns like floating through space, sitting on an iceberg travelling down a frozen river, wandering across an alien beach at night, walking around a tiny fog-enshrouded rocky lighthouse island, and travelling through the arctic on a dogsled. It is truly a work of art that can be listened to (or rather, slept to) again and again.... http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/ambient/18757-owlfacerecorded by Shawn Jackinsky on an old busted 4track in winter 2008/2009, Alaska ........ more
Whenever I talk to a band who are about to sign with a major label, I always end up thinking of them in a particular context. I imagine a trench, about four feet wide and five feet deep, maybe sixty yards long, filled with runny, decaying shit. I imagine these people, some of them good friends, some of them barely acquaintances, at one end of this trench. I also imagine a faceless industry lackey at the other end holding a fountain pen and a contract waiting to be signed. Nobody can see what's printed on the contract. It's too far away, and besides, the shit stench is making everybody's eyes water. http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/album-rewievs/14424-the-problem-with-music-by-steve-albiniWhenever I talk to a band who are about to sign with a major label, I always end up... more
By mid-1977 the shape of the scene for the next couple of years was set: a musically-centered subculture, inspired by records and publicity from the U.K., centered in live performance in small nightclubs in North Beach and Hollywood, neighborhoods laden with both bohemian/ counter culture traditions and commercial sleaze culture. Many people got jobs in the same areas, where bizarre looks or behavior had some market value. They had no set ethics or alternative values. http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/album-rewievs/13872-california-punkBy mid-1977 the shape of the scene for the next couple of years was set: a... more