Month: February 2015

Music: I Love Myself by Da Professor

Born Julio Todd, he hails from tropical Kingston, Jamaica – a lush and almost “magical” island country. Julio was given the name “Da Professor” because of the energetic magnetism he possesses – like that of a ‘Star Child’. It surrounds him full-circle, and emanates from him. His innate love and sensitivity towards others led him […]Read More

Music Advice: How to Make Music: 10 Steps to Becoming

By: Kellee Maize Via: HuffingtonPost After writing my last article about how to make it in the music industry, I received a plethora of questions. It occurred to me that I left out some vital advice that might help aspiring artists who have not yet created any recorded work. I have recorded 5 albums over […]Read More

Music: Battleships by Ashlinn Gray

Ashlinn Gray is barely out of high school and already her music career is soaring. The 17-year-old singer songwriter began drama, singing and piano lessons in Grade 4 and unlike her acting ability, singing didn’t come naturally.   Instead of being a deterrent, it became her motivator. She practised day and night getting her voice […]Read More

Music Advice: When to Release Your Album?

When should an emerging artist release their record? Well, these days it does not seem like there is any good time to release an album because nothing is selling. That might be true but there are still better times that others. Check out this great article that appeared on Green Light Go Blog written by Janelle Rogers  ion […]Read More

Music Advice: How to be Featured on Music Blogs

Music blogs is one of the best ways for up and coming artist to be discovered by new fans. Music Blogs are slowly becoming the new radio as they are the one really premiering new before the radio has any clue the person even exist.  Like many other music blogs we feel that being professional […]Read More

Music: Confession Session by Blaine Cobak

With my debut project “3AM” releasing in October of 2014, I am feeling the after effects from the feedback. The mixtape was featured on DatPiff during the Christmas holiday season, and now it is sponsored, and a free downloads either there, or at www.blainecobak.com. Now, I am working on 2 projects. One is a Medley, […]Read More

Music: Tiring on All Cylinders by Call For Help –

Call for Help returns with a follow-up EP to his successful debut release Transmission Signals EP released in 2012 through Breaking the Broken Records. Continuing to combine melancholy delayed keyboards with drum machines and combinations of other electronic sounds, Call For Help’s second release, Warning Signs shows great refinement in his skills and builds on […]Read More

Music News: 2015 Grammys Wrap Up

Via: Revolt.Tv by  Danielle Cheesman Though there didn’t appear to be anything unexpected or unusual about Pharrell winning the Best Pop Solo Performance Award for his omnipresent hit single “Happy”—since, let’s remember, it was nominated for an Academy Award, peaked at #1 in over 20 countries, and was the best-selling song of 2014 in both the […]Read More

News: Straight Outta Compton – Red Band Trailer

In the mid-1980s, the streets of Compton, California, were some of the most dangerous in the country. When five young men translated their experiences growing up into brutally honest music that rebelled against abusive authority, they gave an explosive voice to a silenced generation. Following the meteoric rise and fall of N.W.A., Straight Outta Compton […]Read More

Music: I cant Sing and I cant Dance by O2Y

O2Y comes from Styria, Austria and was founded by Stephan Vrecer (21), Florian Schmuck (21) and Florian Friedrich (19). Or just Steve, Flo and Flo ;)Before they started with O2Y they made music together since more than 3 years. Steve’s previous band was the indicator for that. O2Y is the successor of this band and […]Read More