I look forward to some great results this year for members of Tunesmithpro. Nancy has another year of experience and she already was one of the best go-getters in the Nashville area. I think true signs of success for our organization will happen in the New Year around the corner.
We have an ever growing number of good writers, many of whom can write with the best. We have some interesting programs to get involved with to make us better better known for what we…Continue
Shot in New York City and well produced by Kevin Porter, Pop/rock artist Lachi’s video “Bug Out” begins with her sitting on the steps of a building in the Big Apple singing and switches back and forth between that scene and the video’s protagonist, played by Sara Teed, as she makes her way through New York City. On Broadway, Teed meets someone selling sunglasses. After purchasing a pair, much to her surprise, she finds that they are magical and allow her to see people’s true…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 28, 2011 at 7:11am — No Comments
Black Rabbit Festival, as the first Chinese Bi-city music festival, was held last weekend in Beijing and Shanghai. Nearly 30 bands and artists joined the festival, including both top international and domestic bands, providing music fans from all over…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 26, 2011 at 7:33am — No Comments
In a time where music seems to be “made to fit the mold,” and artists are more cliché than original, Patrick Joseph’s video “Don’t Believe It” is a breath of fresh air. The indie singer/songwriter’s song, from his debut album “Antiques,” is breathtakingly beautiful. The video was made entirely with a still camera in stop motion over the course of three days shooting during which time over 7,000 still frames of photography were taken. It is also uniquely entertaining because of…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 20, 2011 at 8:17am — No Comments
Hip hop artist N-O’s video Mother” is a dramatic and emotionally charged anthem to a mom who passed away too soon and all the hurt ad memories that are left behind. The video is well produced with crisp, clear images portraying sadness and grief, as well as pictures of mothers caring and praying for their children. Paced at an appropriately slow tempo, the song, which features Sydney B, has impact and meaning as the vocals get right to the point: “I miss my mother, It’s so…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 19, 2011 at 11:25am — No Comments
Tony Adamo keeps the soul coming with his new video and song “No Strings Attached” from the album Straight Up Deal. With a tower of power’s worth of horns being played by Tower of Power members Skip Mesquite and Mic Gillette (who wrote the horn arrangement), Tony’s sound is funkier than ever. The vocal and horn performances on “No Strings Attached” are the strongest yet from Adamo and company. Smooth lyrics make the song even greater as Tony exudes coolness and a special touch…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 16, 2011 at 7:14am — No Comments
Phil Jourdan of the UK electronic rock act Paris and the Hiltons announced the release his third album, "Reading Journals." The album is being released in three stages, and upon completion will boast 22 tracks. The first installment, "Reading Journals, Part One: Puzzles of Ithaca" features 7 songs that are based loosely on William Faulkner's book Absalom, Absalom.
Commenting on how his latest album is different…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 15, 2011 at 7:17am — No Comments
KiB’s video “Holiday” is an urban treat that combines rap with hip hop and a bit of pop. The video shows KiB with his crew as he tells the story behind the song. “Holiday” has a good feel to it, a good beat, and the video (which alternates showing KiB with his lady love interest, various city scenes, and his crew) is well produced by iamMynority, keeping the viewer’s interest until the very end. The message of “Holiday” is that no matter what problems you’re going through in…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 13, 2011 at 9:59am — No Comments
Eliot Wayne’s “Lost In You” is absolutely “music to the ears.” The video shows the 3 member Austin, Texas band performing “Lost In You” and trust me, if you like rock and roll, or if you like great music at all, then this is a video to watch. “Lost In You” was written by Eliot Wayne, who also plays guitar and sings lead vocals. Nick Louis is on bass and Brannen Temple is on drums. The band calls their brand of music “new alternative heavy blues rock,” but whatever you call it,…Continue
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Added by Elvis Lloyd Carden on September 12, 2011 at 5:59am — No Comments
Music Services Asia is thrilled to announce the release of the South-East Asian Absolute Indie Compilation, featuring many electrifying indie and alternative acts from the South-East Asian region.
Curated by 5 promoters from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore, SEA Absolute Indie highlights the strengths of the region and its export potential. The compilation will be…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 10, 2011 at 9:02am — No Comments
SwurvRadio.com, one the world's most popular Internet radio stations has selected MusicDish*China to help develop its brand in Greater China, including Taiwan and Singapore. A leader in internet radio for over six years, SwurvRadio.com has received multiple awards & nominations, including four-time "Editor's Pick" on Microsoft's "Windows Media" channel.
"Having observed SwurvRadio.com develop its brand over the…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 7, 2011 at 5:47am — No Comments
Taiwan Phenomenon showcasing band Bearbabes
The CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival, New York City's largest and longest running music event, is known for its diverse artists, lively audiences, and in keeping with the Big Apple's own culture, international flavor. This year's 2011 CMJ Showcase will be no exception as three Taiwanese bands make their first…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 7, 2011 at 4:15am — No Comments
Jahmings Maccow’s video “I” is a spiritual Rastafarian message conveyed in a medium that is moving to the heart and soul. While the track is reggae rock at its essence, it crosses over into another musical realm that is soothing, reassuring, and inspirational. The video itself is simple to avoid distractions from the song’s meaning, and has its intended effect on the viewer. This slow tempo, magical tune is mellow music that is good and strong. Interesting and tranquil images…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 4, 2011 at 11:37pm — No Comments
John Galea’s video “Faded Popstar” is so cool and creative that it will remind you why they began making music videos in the first place. With the use of animation, pictures, photos, and moving pictures, Galea gets his point across to mediocre musicians very nicely: You might be popular right now, but if you’re not the real thing and your songs always sound like someone else’s, you’ll fade away from musical memory sooner rather than later. The song is adorable, lyrically astute,…Continue
Added by MusicDish on September 4, 2011 at 9:57pm — No Comments