Buzz Track: My Enemy
I Killed the Symphony, a female fronted act lead by Britt Joyce has become a Kings favorite after listening to the track My Enemy. Her music is influenced by cult classic films particularly writer/director Tarentino. The latest tracks were produced by HeadSpin Entertainment/Merchants OF Venice Music – upcoming mixes by Paul Palmer (No Doubt, Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus). You can check them out at the upcoming Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Conference at the Hard Rock Cafe Hollywood. You will enjoy I Killed the Symphony if you like Garbage and electro rock.
New York City’s CMJ begins today. The full schedule can be viewed here.
Buzz Track: Believe in Love
Alternative rock act Beta Wolf who we posted before will release the full length “Dark Days” next week in Japan on Victor RCA. Check them out if your a fan of melodic choruses and crushing guitar riffs.
Update: Kings favorite Noah Gundersen’s song “Family” hit #1 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart. The full album reached #3 and has been hanging steady. For fans of Ryan Adams, The Civil Wars, and Damien Rice.
Buzz Track: Family
This Seattle based singer-songwriter duo have released 4 EP’s. The latest EP was released in August and produced by Daniel Mendez (Dashboard Confessional, Heart, Duran Duran). The songs have been featured on “One Tree Hill” and MTV’s “16 & Pregnant.” They performed sold-out shows at The Triple Door (Seattle). Nancy Wilson of the band “Heart” says, “Noah Gundersen is my favorite new singer songwriter. Music like this will never become dated. His timeless songs are full of true humanity and longing. Just what the soul doctor ordered.”
YouTube is preparing to set up a Merch Store that will allow artists to sell tickets, music, and t-shirts.
With 800 million people per month coming to YouTube, you have a pretty big stage to share your music, and now we’re adding features to also make YouTube your box office, merchandise table and music store,” YouTube announced.
“Fans will be able to buy artists’ merchandise, digital downloads, concert tickets and even unique experiences like meetups,” it added.