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Sugarland's Kristian Bush aids American Veterans Center with song

Washington - Chart-topping country star Kristian Bush (best-known from the duo Sugarland) is performing his new song "Story of a Soldier" at the 10th annual National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C.
In the Media by Markos Papadatos

Review: Burden to Bear — A soul album with potential, but minor issues

“Burden to Bear is especially precious to me because it’s my first album,” says soul/pop artist Lael Summer, currently a student in the University of Southern California’s elite Popular Music program and signed to New York’s True Groove Records.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Crowdfunding worked beautifully with Louise Log

New York - Back in April of this year, Flournoy and friends launched a crowdfunding campaign via Seed&Spark for a third season, which since has been given the “Green Light” as they met their goal with great success.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Drunksouls mixes reggae, pop, and funk

DrunkSouls approaches reggae with the energy of a punk band, throws some pop, rock, and a little funk on top of that and ends up at their distinct, lively sound.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Blunda's vocals remind listeners of David Byrne

New York - Music lovers have probably heard “Blunda” before in some form, whether through his involvement as guitarist/keyboardist for Paloalto, who recorded 2 albums with Rick Rubin on American Recordings, or his previous work as guitarist for Fastball.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Coming out of nowhere, The Lockhearts have graced music

New York - There’s a new rock quartet from Sydney, Australia on the block. They are called “The Lockhearts.” This group has seemingly come out of nowhere, earning an unusually long residency at Ziggy Pop Spectrum on Oxford St in Sydney.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Mixed emotions from Richard Tyler Epperson

New York - Salt Lake City musician Richard Tyler Epperson has been creating music since he started playing bass when he was twelve, and it wasn’t long until he had taught himself piano and began playing in bands.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Joel Havea's natural talent shows nicely

New York - As an Australian musician living in Germany, Joel Havea has experienced a range of different music scenes and pulled from a number of different influences, particularly reggae and pop.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Good for techno listeners, just needs less auto tune

New York - New York City solo artist Tachyon creates disco-infused dance/pop music that’s recommended for fans of Daft Punk, Passion Pit and Fun.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Alive from the Scrapheap tells a beautiful story

New York - Christina Rubino is a New York native who strives to tell a meaningful story. “Alive from the Scrapheap” tells a beautiful story. It’s about an artist who got lost trying to find herself and only found herself when she was lost.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Robin Thicke claims UK's most downloaded song

Robin Thicke's highly controversial hit single "Blurred Lines" has been named as the U.K.'s most-downloaded song of all-time. The song was released in May 2013.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Review: Ras Xix satisfies the needs of techo fans

Los Angeles - Ras Xix is a compellingly passionate Singapore progressive rock/pop artist who has just relocated to Austin, Texas, solely to promote this album and reach more people with his music.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: 'no:carrier' has an interesting name, and an interesting album

Los Angeles - German/Californian “Electro Noire” duo “no:carrier” are back with a third album, after their first two reached commercial success.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: 'Un Boombox Symphonique' is dynamic and cinematic

Los Angeles - Australian electronic/downtempo musician Kbit just dropped a new album entitled, “Un Boombox Symphonique.” It is dynamic and cinematic,
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: Progtronica combines 90s nostalgia with modern indie aspects

Los Angeles - “Inspiration is all the music that’s out these days, wide variety. From great musicianship of Radiohead to simplicity of pop music like Phoenix, Franz Ferdinand to huge sounds of dubstep,” says Gumshen of their latest album, “Progtronica.”
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Review: 'Love Transmitter' may be third success by Michael Cullen

Los Angeles - Michael Cullen’s first full-length album, “Love Transmitter,” has received critical acclaim for its dark lyrics and brooding sense of melody. The synth pop singer/songwriter notes ABBA, AC/DC, the Beatles and David Bowie as his early influences.
In the Media by Wesley Butler

Happy video comes to Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik - The HAPPY video has arrived in Dubrovnik in style. Pharrell Williams with his positive song and good vibrations has taken much of the world by storm and now Dubrovnik has its own HAPPY video.
In the Media by Mark Harradine

Op-Ed: Rebecca Black releases follow-up to 'worst song ever'

Remember "Friday?" Pop singer Rebecca Black is back with another day-of-the-week descant that's sure to draw more notoriety, scorn, and satirical copycats galore.
In the Media by Gene Kosowan - 1 comment

EDM Group Releases Inspiring Anti-Bullying Song

Up and coming EDM group Krewella, along with fellow producer Headhunterz, just released a new single entitled "United Kids of the World," with a strong and inspiring anti-bullying message.
In the Media by Cameron Christner

Mamma Mia! Abba reunion is possible, says Agnetha Fältskog

Good news for Abba fans, as we learn that the Swedish pop group are considering a possible reunion next year. One of the two female singers, Agnetha Fältskog, was interviewed by the German media on Sunday.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Video: Saudi Arabian ‘No woman, no drive’ song goes viral

A video, featuring a song which parodies Bob Marley’s ‘No woman, no cry’ and mocks the Saudi ban on women drivers has gone viral.
In the Media by Richard Milnes - 4 comments

This house's Halloween light show syncs to Awolnation's 'Sail'

A homeowner in Naperville, Illinois, might have created the best Halloween light show of 2013 already. The carefully designed lights sync to the popular song Sail by Awolnation, as well as songs by Fallout Boy, LMFAO, Rammstein and The Band Perry.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 1 comment

Kanye West's 'Gone' hits charts 8 years after its release

Eight years after its release, Kanye West's song "Gone" (featuring Cam'Ron and Consequence) has hit the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 18.
In the Media by Layne Weiss

Air traffic controllers in trouble over pilot serenade (audio)

Madrid - A Spanish pilot was retiring after a 34-year-long career. To mark the occasion, air traffic controllers at Madrid's Barajas airport transmitted a farewell song over a dedicated radio frequency. Now they are in trouble.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

France to discontinue three-strikes Internet piracy ban policy

Internet piracy and file sharing is on the rise. While each government struggles to combat such an ordeal, France is easing up on their Internet piracy policy.
In the Media by Milton Este

Review: Randy Travis and Joe Nichols pay moving tribute to George Jones

Warner Music Nashville recording artist Randy Travis recorded a new duet “Tonight I’m Playing Possum” with fellow country singer Joe Nichols, in an effort to pay tribute to the late “King of Country” George Jones.
In the Media by Markos Papadatos

'Gangnam Style' singer Psy releases new song 'Gentleman'

Korean singer Psy had great success with his single 'Gangnam Style' and after having world wide success with it, he has released another song, called 'Gentleman'.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 4 comments

Review: RHA-Audio shows promising results with MA450i Earphones Special

RHA Audio, a division of Reid Health, is a small research and development company of audio equipment located in Glasgow, UK. They specialize in cutting edge sound technology and current have a small earphone and headphone product line worth checking out.
Digital Journal Report by Milton Este - 1 comment

Winners open up backstage at the Oscars

Los Angeles - As the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences start to prepare for next year’s Oscar telecast, it is time to go backstage and check out some quotes from the winners.
In the Media by Tim O'Brien

Barbra Streisand to perform at Oscars

Beverly Hills - The upcoming Oscar telecast is turning into a musical celebration. Barbra Streisand will perform at the show for the first time in 36 years, the producers announced today (Jan. 30).
In the Media by Tim O'Brien
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