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Saturday
Apr172010

Ata Fou by Te Vaka

Ata Fou by Te Vaka

Te Vaka is a group of musicians and dancers from Tokelau, Tuvalu, Samoa, Cook Islands and New Zealand brought together under the inspired leadership of Opetaia Foa’i. Te Vaka has been enchanting the world with their own brand of South Pacific Fusion since 1997. Using the rhythms of the log drum (“pate”), combined with traditional and contemporary instruments, Opetaia Foa’i and the band deliver a kaleidoscopic array of Pacific flavors in a genre all of it’s own.

Thursday
Apr082010

May by Show Me The Skyline

May by Show Me The Skyline

At 17, Larzz Principato isn’t afraid to shake things up. He’s a singer/songwriter/guitarist and also founder of Show Me the Skyline a Pop/Rock band hailing from New Fairfield, CT. Larzz says, “I think that my fans identify with my music because most of my songs are about relationships. I write about love, sex, breaking up and eventually being strong enough to try again.”

Thursday
Apr082010

Come'on in my Kitchen by Black Madam  

Come’on in my Kitchen by Black Madam

The music business often attempt to place artists into a box in order to market said artist to the public. But what happens when an artist emerges that cannot be bound by stereotypes or conventional logic? What happens when an artist is fully capable of singing, rapping and producing? What happens is she calls herself Black Madam and creates her own lane.

Monday
Apr052010

Let Go - Unknown The Universal Element

Let Go - Unknown The Universal Element

Unknown The Universal Element: Unknown or as he is simply called ”Un” has been dedicated to music since his youth.Today Unknown the Universal Element is looking to expand his music worldwide. He does not censor his music or altar his sound for anyone it is all about integrity.

Monday
Apr052010

Airplane - peter comes from neverland

Airplane - peter comes from neverland

peter comes from neverland: A melt of gutsy vocals, sexy guitars and genre-defying songwriting.

Monday
Mar292010

Unknown Roads - Zach Maxwell

Unknown Roads - Zach Maxwell

Like the rest of life, music shouldn’t make you feel like you’re just punching the clock or spinning your wheels. It should be a journey. One in which the artist weaves together his or her experiences into impeccably performed songs that not only appeal to the ear with strong hooks and addictive melodies, but also resonate deeply on an emotional level. Tunes that have the power to directly move the listener to their very core, and perhaps even serve as reassuring beacons during difficult times. Such a skill is, of course, a rare gift for any artist, and one that takes most of them decades to attain, if at all. And yet it’s a skill that Zach Maxwell, still only in his mid twenties, already has—in abundance.

 

Saturday
Mar272010

Springtime

Springtime is a classical waltz composition for full orchestra. The theme imparts a happy uplifting mood.

I used a fair interplay between the strings and woodwind section, and between major and minor key sections to give it a rich  and pleasant listening experience.

Hope you enjoy it!

Jean Paul

Check out http://www.jpzmusic.com  for more of my compositions!

 

Friday
Mar262010

Looking for Change - Purple Tree

Looking for Change - Purple Tree

Purple Tree: John Lennon meets early Pink Floyd.

Friday
Mar262010

Find A Way - Mojada

Find A Way - Mojada

MOJADA  (mo-jah-da) 

After taking out the 2009 New Artists to Radio Competition, Mojada’s ‘Find A Way’ has been warming up the Australian music scene as the teaser first single release from their Debut Studio Album. 

Find A Way was the #1 most added track to Australian Commercial Radio (Adult Contemporary), and #6th overall in its week of release. Since then it has been on the Top 20 most played Independent artists chart each week, and has been added to Pay TV and Free to Air Music channels. 

After arriving back from the USA at the start of 2009 with some fresh mixes, Mojada capped off their most successful year to date ahead of their Debut Studio Album release set for later in 2010.

After landing sync deals for 2 of the tracks from their US mixed April released EP ‘Exactly’, a 3rd track went on to win the 2009 New Artists to Radio Competition..!

Friday
Mar262010

Pockets Full of Gold - Danika Holmes

Pockets Full of Gold - Danika Holmes

Americana singer/songwriter Danika Holmes states, “Through my songs I hope to touch hearts in the tough times, as well as celebrate life in the good time.”

Danika first sat at a piano as a tot, has been writing since her teens, and picked up guitar in her 20’s.  After an attempt at a normal career and nearly finishing her PhD,  Danika’s heart pulled her full circle back to where she started, with music.
Monday
Mar222010

Dubious Quip - Free

Dubious Quip - Free

Download Dubious Quip’s latest album at Bandcamp!

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Friday
Mar192010

The Ballad of Joey and The Bottle of Booze - Gabe Hizer

The Ballad of Joey and The Bottle of Booze - Gabe Hizer

Gabe Hizer is a Nashville, TN-based singer-songwriter, originally from Long Island, NY. He attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, played in various rock and pop cover bands in the 70s, and more recently led a blues band for a couple of years. He is now performing as a solo artist, featuring his complex guitar arrangements, well-crafted songs, and wide vocal range.

Friday
Mar192010

Hum Along (Amplification) - Chapman

Hum Along (Amplification) - Chapman

Chapman: A journey where Crosby Stills and Nash meets The Rotary Connection through Baleric and Italo House to stripped down acoustic songs with just voice and guitar.

Friday
Mar192010

Love Loathe (Lights Out Mix) - Bone Gunn

Love Loathe (Lights Out Mix) - Bone Gunn

While a professional musician for a decade, in both the Punk band Pillars of the Community and Folk band Grimes & Kane, BONE GUNN has always been an outlet for Bryan’s obsessive perfectionism. All other work aside, BONE GUNN has always been the final goal. BONE GUNN embodies Bryan’s creative fervor and the incredible talent and drive of its members.

Friday
Mar192010

Talks All Over Town by Kelly Richey

Talks All Over Town by Kelly Richey

“Stevie Ray Vaughn trapped in a woman’s body with Janis Joplin screaming to get out.” This is how one critic describes Kelly Richey, a blues-based rock virtuoso. Buoyed by critical praise and fiercely loyal fans, The Kelly Richey Band tours extensively bringing their electric live experience to venues throughout the US, Canada, and Europe. The attention centers around this Kentucky native’s guitar playing; Richey’s proficiency has earned her comparisons to Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan while gaining her a place on stage with blues legends, Albert King and Lonnie Mack.

Friday
Mar192010

The Winding Sheet by Dudley Saunders

The Winding Sheet by Dudley Saunders

Are Dudley Saunders’ “underground” years finally over? After nearly two decades spent crafting haunting, “character-study” songs out of the spotlight, Dudley’s third album THE EMERGENCY LANE ended 2009 the surprise winner of the Outmusic Award for “Outstanding Album of the Year”.

A “life-on-the-edge” portrait-painter in the Tom Waits/Rickie Lee Jones mold, Dudley gives his story-songs an extra, post-modern twist: a lilting folk-jazz love song turns out to be laced with S&M sex (LOVE SONG FOR JEFFREY DAHMER), or a vivid portrait of New York street whores stops midway through for a decidedly unromantic re-write (THE RAIN ON 8th AVENUE). Nothing quite comes out straight in Dudley’s music.

Friday
Mar192010

Lavender Blues by Heather Edwards

Lavender Blues by Heather Edwards

Pop/Rock; A collection of music featuring piano filled with emotion, memorable lyrics, infectious melodies, and a variety of styles.

Friday
Mar192010

Cowboy Movie by 8 Ball Aitken

Cowboy Movie by 8 Ball Aitken

Coming from a farming community in Far North Queensland, 8 Ball Aitken is the oldest son of an impoverished family of twelve children. 8 Ball spent his adolescence on a banana plantation, living in a rough tobacco shed with resident rats, bats, snakes, and spiders as his sleeping companions. He started work as a farm labourer aged fifteen, doing back-breakingly hard work on the mango and banana plantations of the Atherton Tablelands, a man’s work for a boy’s pay. He had to help support his family with these wages.

Friday
Mar192010

Hitsville TX by Satanic Punk International Conspiracy

Hitsville TX by Satanic Punk International Conspiracy

Marfa, Texas, is a pretty weird place. The modest-sized city—its population of 2,400 equals roughly half its altitude—was named for a character in a Russian novel, served as the set of James Dean’s last movie, and has since the late 1800s been known for the mysterious Marfa ghost lights, the unexplained glowing spheres that appear randomly in the night air east of the town. But Marfa is also home to another astonishing and out-of-the-ordinary phenomenon. One that’s simmering. Rumbling. Steadily building in intensity—and about to explode onto on unsuspecting music world like a blinding, white-hot, bird-flipping supernova. Its name? Satanic Punk International Conspiracy—or S.P.I.C. for short.

Friday
Mar192010

You're Great by The Roast Beef Curtains

You’re Great by The Roast Beef Curtains

Inspired by tight reggae rhythm sections & thrashing punk bands, Three Hofstra University graduates birthed The Roast Beef Curtains. Taking a DIY approach, Andrew, John, & Mike evolved The RBC into the best live reggae, dub, & punk experience on Long Island.