Pop/folk acts have been creating a decent amount of noise lately. With that said, fresh on the scene Pawnshop Kings has quickly become a Kings favorite after hearing
the track Don’t Say That.
The duo consisting of two brothers who were born in Texas but grew up surfing the beaches of Orange County while spending summers in Arkansas and Memphis. Their sound is a mesh of Beach, Soul, Gospel, and Blues.
Pawnshop Kings have generated a solid buzz in the Nashville community.
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New Noise Music Conference runs November 4th-6th, 2010
New Noise Santa Barbara is a three-day music and digital media conference that will showcase emerging and established bands, host educational panels on the music industry’s hottest topics, present esteemed experts from all walks of the business, and serve as a place for players big and small to connect and plot the future of sound.
The line-up can be viewed here.
Every once in a while a left- of- center indie band creates a buzz and are surrounded by
New York/ Los Angeles music labels and managers.
As of now, the 6 piece Seattle folk/rock act The Head and the Heart have created the industry buzz.
They recently opened up for Vampire Weekend at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre and are still available for a recording deal, but will most likely secure a deal shortly due to the feeding frenzy.
Will The Head and the Heart live up to the hype and stake their position as the next
Listen to the track Cats and Dogs.
Check out the track I Get High by New Jersey pop rockers Hot In The City.
This pop/rock act will perform at The Bowery Electric in NYC on November 20th.
Berklee College of Music and Midem debut The Rethink Music Conference which runs through April 25th to 27th.
The conference will solicit white papers from educators, students and the public, dealing with the economic systems and business models for music copyright and copyright policy.
Berklee College of Music will award $50,000 to the best new music business model.