A new bizarre product called an iCarta will make it easier for people to listen to music while using the bathroom. The device delivers high-quality sounds from moisture-resistant speakers, according to the manufacturer Atech Flash Technology. The iCarta, which is 8 inches wide, 7 inches deep and three inches high and designed to be mounted on the bathroom wall, is powered by rechargeable batteries.
Coolfer reports that multiâ€“Platinum Canadian singer Nelly Furtado has signed a worldwide publishing deal with EMI Music Publishing.
Nathan Asher & The Infantry hit a home run last night at Arlenes in NYC with Capitol, Atlantic, Everfine and The Agency Group in attendance.
Tyler Read based out of Louisiana has signed to Immortal Records.
Unsigned Indianapolis pop rock act Virgin Millionaires who we featured last year in KOAR’s Higher Learning section has been receiving a great deal of attention as of late. The band is receiving massive airplay on the track, “Bombs Away,” which has over 500 spins at WZPL and over 320 spins at WRZX. The second track, “For a While,” is getting top five research onÂ WNOU. They had an impressive sales debut of #11 in Indy, and moved up the second week to the #9 position. For more information contact Joe Greenwald.
The Payola scheme continues…..Last month Universal settled outÂ costing the corporate giant 12 million. Now it’s time for EMI. In a statement, Mr Spitzer claimed that EMI had provided illegal “financial benefits to obtain airplay and boost the chart position of its artists by bribing radio station employees with concert tickets, video games and hotel and air fare expenses”. In return, EMI Music has agreed to pay $3.75m to settle an investigation into paying radio stations to play its artists.
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Granian @ Coda (NYC) June 17th 9:30