COLUMN: There was a strange shift in the cosmos in 1999. “That’s when ‘mp3’ first overtook ‘sex’ as the top search term on Yahoo,” notes Tim Quirk of Rhapsody. And why was that change taking place? Because there was “a new piece of software written by a college kid in Boston that let people copy […]
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LOS ANGELES, Calif. (MuseWire) – Sleek beats and eerie melodies highlight ‘We All Love Bright Shiny Things,’ the new album from Jonny Harmonic, now on iTunes from Golosio Publishing (www.golosio.com). Harmonic is a mystifying musician no one has ever seen. “The guy comes in to record whenever no one else is present,” states John Scott […]
COLUMN: People have been sharing my music ever since I released my first album in 2002. True, I offered free tracks from “Grin Groove” to DJs, producers and remixers, but those efforts garnered publicity that led to revenue. Plus, it introduced “The G-Man” to other musicians around the globe. This sharing was my choice. In […]
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (MuseWire) – With hooded figures dancing under a full moon, spectral guitarists torturing their instruments, and large-suited men manipulating stomp boxes, amplifiers and mixing boards, the latest video from FookMovie (www.fookmovie.com) is an explosion of color that matches the sound of “Elephant Gerald,” the new song from James Sotelo. Produced by John […]
MuseWire COLUMN: Whether played by marching band, orchestra, or rock group, there are patriotic tunes that everyone in America finds familiar, exciting and uplifting. Scott G reveals some of the eyebrow-raising facts about the top 14 crowd-rousing anthems. Your celebration of Independence Day may include watching fireworks, having a barbeque, or tuning in one of […]
COLUMN: From chestnuts to carols, games to sleigh races, and loose translations to loose women, there are some interesting facts about the sounds of the season. Recording artist and commercial music composer Scott G presents some eyebrow-raising information about the most familiar and famous holiday music of all time.
COLUMN: Three personal managers of independent artists outline pathways for success in an increasingly competitive marketplace “An artist’s music must be something I love,” stated Jennifer Yeko of True Talent Management. “It has to be music I want to hear in my personal life as well as when I’m working.” This view was echoed by […]