Buzz Track: I Don’t Like You
Pop/rock act The Como Brothers Band just released an EP ‘The Speed of Sound’ and worked with Mike Watts, Steve Haigler, and Tom Flynn (Muse, The Pixies, Brand New). The song ‘I Don’t Like You’ has already received close to 800,000 YouTube streams. They often perform at The Bitter End and The National Underground. You can visit their Facebook for upcoming show dates.
The X Factor is turning into a flop and when it returns for its second season expect major changes.
“When “The X Factor” returns for its second season in the fall, the show will have undergone some major changes, including the possible addition of Britney Spears to the judges panel. But Wednesday on “Good Day LA” (weekdays, 7 a.m. PT on Fox) L.A. Reid revealed that the new personnel won’t be the only difference between Season 1.
“One way of raising the bar of the talent we’re looking for, is that we allow contestants to come in who already have managers and agents. Last year they wouldn’t have qualified. This year they do qualify. The whole idea here is to raise the bar for the talent we’re going to find,” he explained.” (Huffington Post)
According to sources, Simon also wants to add a Disney star to the mix like Demi Lovato or Selena Gomez to reach a younger demographic.
Buzz Track: Sweater Weather
Big buzz from the indie/rock The Neighbourhood who hails from California. It’s been reported they’re being courted by several music labels. They will perform at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles on May 7th. For fans of The Black Keys, Broken Bells, etc.
Buzz Track: Same Day Air
Check out the track Same Day Air by Marialana. She is influenced by Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson and competed in talent shows, immersing herself in the arts within the community, always proving herself as an emerging artist.
Buzz Track: Help! Help!
Jonas Sees In Color just released a new EP which was produced by Ted Comerford (Zox, Army Of Me, Jukebox The Ghost). They have shared the stage with bands such as Taking Back Sunday, Mayday Parade, Hinder, Lifehouse and typically tour the east coast. They had songs featured in MTV ‘Real World, Made, and ‘Jersey Shore’