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Tuesday, March 30th, 2010
7:48 am
[bablo88]
Сайт с бесплатными битами
Народ цените мой сайт с бесплатными Рэп Битами http://freebeats.ru/

 

На сайте есть как Микстейп биты Так и Нужные всем Авторские. . . Все абсолютно бесплатно. . . + Ко всему все желающие могут размещать на сайте свои биты. . . Хочу сделать нечто типо банка битов. . .=)
Wednesday, March 11th, 2009
9:15 am
[anna_santi]
Monday, February 9th, 2009
10:47 am
[anna_santi]
Thursday, December 25th, 2008
3:07 am
[hedgehog11]
From Russia with love 2
A weird and very optimistic russian rock-group The Hostel has published a new single «Movement». It is dedicated to war. War is a content of the life – that’s the point. These three songs were written mostly in 2007, but the idea of putting them together in Internet-single came in the days of war in Osetia.

In the single you’ll find the influences of psycho-folk and garage music, of post-rock and the new weird America. Three songs, 8 minutes of sound, that express greatly the tragic and destructive sense of our today world. The faith in God, the hope of something salvational in future.

So,

Sunday, July 20th, 2008
10:59 am
[andrewjazz]
Body_and_ Soul_2.0 >>

SOLARIS project

Nu-Jazz from Schostakovich’s motherland ;)

The original version of famous 1930 “Body and Soul” standard, that features a sophisticated polyphonic “basso ostinato” middle section along with modern beats!

Beautiful Chorus 1, dramatic Chorus 2; short reflection, crescendo and first climax in Bridge, then polyphonic journey through subconsciousness and violin solo as the general climax …post-catharsis major Reprise and dissolve-in-the-light Coda.

You have NEVER heard a song like that

Body and Soul, 6.1M >>

Ann Rodi - voice





Wednesday, July 16th, 2008
10:03 am
[lovelost19]
Lots of items ending soon!
Hey guys, lots of great deals are ending soon. Check them out before it's too late! Click here!. I have a lot of items listed, and a lot starting at just $0.99. Some of the brands I have right now are: Betsey Johnson, Kate Spade, Coach, Michael Kors, Baby Phat, Victoria's Secret, Harajuku, Rocketdog, Steve Madden, Kenneth Cole, and many many more! Don't miss out!
Friday, June 13th, 2008
3:19 am
[hedgehog11]
from Russia with love
...the first name of the group was The Wood. That's important. The Hostel is some kind of union of people, animals, trees and different objects. The group also shares a post-rock concept of depersonalising of music so pesonalised in rock-n-roll times, so that on the box of the first album of The Hostel there aren't any names of musicians.

The Hostel follows the idea of 60's psychodelic music, NY downtown avantguard music, industrial music and different ethnic traditions. Texts are written in a visionary and surrealistic style. Sometimes they look like an ancient poem, sometimes like a symbolistic poetry.

Well, The Hostel is surely a peace of postmodernity.

However, as a russian group (The Hostel lives in Moscow), The Hostel consider the disunity, the fragmentation of everything in the art and in the world at all as a big tradegy and perfoms some kind of a rush to the Whole, to the integrity, to the deepest roots of being. You see that philosophy is their cup of tea..

The Hostel was founded in 2004 in a russian city Oryol despite the fact of Moscow's their native city. Nowadays the group is quite famous in Russia and considered as a distinguishing musical phenomena by the most influencial journalists.

A Woman Has Got Up album (disk II)
Saturday, March 29th, 2008
9:36 am
[newsoundmag]
To All Music Lovers/Musicians
New Sound Magazine just launched 2 months ago. We are an online publication dedicated to giving exposure to talented, hard-working, unknown musicians.
An issue every month Featuring 1 band/musician, 8 interviews w/ musicians, articles, + more.
We would like to invite any/all music lovers to view our magazine.


Thank You,
Daryl Green (NSM)

http://www.newsoundmagazine.com/

http://www.myspace.com/newsoundmagazine

Current Mood: working
Friday, September 22nd, 2006
7:29 pm
[pandaurbano]
music
hi everyone

well i want to know if someone can give me an opinion about this lyric i wrote

there's the lyric

A mystery

Drops fall and make a mirror
In my own space
A lot of clones of my face
As malcovich made

The streets are wet
They trip on them
They’re so stressed
What steps we have to take?

Deep inside
A mystery hides
In the middle of the night
Don’t waste the time
Just keep it alive
That’s all right
You’re doing fine

Beyond these points of the wall
There’s something more
To watch, to admire in that hole
That just these spots in front

Deep inside
A mystery hides
In the middle of the night
Don’t waste the time
Just keep it alive
That’s all right
You’re doing fine

Big bang in the past
My heart turns bad
Linking words in a crossword
Look out, go down
A thief in the house
Appearing a doubt while we were out


good luck!!

bye
Wednesday, August 9th, 2006
3:16 pm
[melorie_sue]
friedns...
hey, it's hard not to be banal...when you say something like that. I love rock music. and I dream of creating a band. I'd love to find people who might now be profecionals, but who are ready for anything new, that are creative and believe in themselves!
I think it'd be great if all the band members woud be international. that could make the band most creative...hope some of you guys might be interested,
so i'm waiting for your letters
bilberry_haze@yahoo.com
Saturday, July 29th, 2006
4:10 pm
[boy_soprano]
Hello Everybody
I just joined this community today and wanted to let you all in on a great new band I'm helping out. Minutes Too Far are a indie-punk quartet from Bethany Oklahoma, who have been together since 2001 and have self released one EP already. The band completed their first national tour, where they opened for bands like Yellowcard, Slick Shoes and Quiet Riot.

If any of you are into interesting indie-punk music, just follow the banner and check them out...

Sunday, November 27th, 2005
4:14 pm
[baphnedia]
To help with the ‘Burden of the Buck’, independent artists make their music available for $5 an albu
Janesville, WI, and all across the country: There’s been a lot of talk about how prices keep getting higher, though not too much is said from those trying to ease the burden. A little light is shed on one form of that endeavor.

At the independent music superstore known as CD Baby, there’s been a sale that’s always quietly going on. It’s called the $5 Special. Right now, there are over 10,000 quality albums, whose artists are participating in the sale. The music covers every genre known to man, and some that don’t ‘exist’ yet.

The way the sale works is quite simple. Find three albums that are a part of the sale, such as “An Open Mind” by Louis Lamp and add them to your shopping cart. Once three albums are in the cart, their list prices all change to five dollars. So long as you order a minimum of 3, you can get as many albums as you like.

Independent artists from all over the country are participating in this sale, and for some, it’s just their way of saying ‘thanks for listening’. Each album listing comes with a description of the music, reviews (if any) and samples of the music. You may listen to the samples as often as you like, but the samples are only the first two minutes of the song, or half of the song; if it is shorter than four minutes.

Usually, a link to the artist’s website and a link to email the artist are also present. CD Baby has sold well over a million albums to customers, and their customer support and shipping departments are top notch. If you’re in the Portland area, it may be best to also stop by CD Baby and meet the crew that’s helping you.

Louis Lamp is one of the aforementioned independent artists. His debut album, “An Open Mind” is currently available through the $5 sale at CD Baby. He is currently working on music to support the movie Wolf – The Animated Feature, and his next solo album. He is also working on a project known as Prime 7. The other artists in that project are Wade Bachrach, Jimmy Caterine, Gonzo Grogg and Michael Jordet.

# # #

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/louislamp
Thursday, September 1st, 2005
12:35 am
[baphnedia]
MuzikMan Reviews...
Today Keith "MusikMan" Hannaleck of MuzikReviews.com joined up on Paradice Net. The good news is on this, the same day I opened up my CD store, I got a critic. Which, I think is good. The only downside is that I spent most of my free time debugging my reviews area of the website.

On to the meat. You all probably don't care about any of the preceding drivel I wrote, so here goes...

New Album/Concert Reviews

The Reach (podcast)
Back Agaist the Wall - A Pink Floyd Tribute
Patrick Yandall - Eyes of Mars
Bill Bruford - Reissues
Gemini - Box of Poems
Chicago at Carnegie Hall
Death and Taxes - The Alaska 12 Expeditions

More will be up tomorrow, along with new additions to the text-only backend of my CD Store.
Tuesday, July 26th, 2005
12:04 pm
[velouriumdouche]
Thursday, July 29th, 2004
1:05 am
[ketchupkills]
Ever dream about being a musician? Already are one? Ever dream about being a musician who was signed to a major label? Here's your chance.

I work for a couple rather famous music producers in NY, and here's what we do. Major labels ask us to find a certain type of musician they need, and if the producers like them, they get signed and immediately get to work. You would have to either send a cd/press kit or come to the office in Manhattan to audition. I find the musicians for them, and here's what we're currently looking for.

1. An attractive, talented male piano player/singer around the ages of 18-26, who can cater to the mtv generation/women and also play older classics like Sinatra and such.

2. An (again) attractive, talented young male guitarist/singer/songwriter 18-20ish, who fit into the style of Coldplay.

If you, or your friend, sounds like either of these descriptions, you can contact me at ILoveParkRangers@aol.com
These opportunities are IMMEDIATE. We're looking to sign within the next couple weeks, so get in touch soon.
Tuesday, June 5th, 2001
11:27 am
[ndr]
Round Robin Preview

Chantz (Jazz Trumpet, 14) has an 8 minute documentary video, The Mission, produced by a USC film student.



There is a homemade video of Andrea's (Fiddle: Cajun/Zydeco Dance Music, 17) performance at FolkLife 2001 Seattle, WA (May).

Both videos are now available on a single VHS tape for Round Robin Preview.

Round Robin Preview - add yourself on the preview list (comment on this thread). When you get the tape, you can keep it for one week (min). After your week is up, send it to the next person on the list. (you pay the shipping ($1.20 3rd class mail) to the next person on the list. Write a review of the videos and post it to the YM-C Video Round Robin Preview Review Thread.


Folklife 2001
Andrea Jurgensen & the Claimjumpers
Tunelist:

Madeleine
Quand J'etais Pauvre
La Derniere Fois
Macaque et Violon
1-step a Chameau
Arc du Triomphe 2-step
Valse du Bambocheur
Ma Jolie tit' Christine
Oh Bebe
Femmes
Valse de Amitie
Viens me Rejoindre
Rollin' Pin
Bee de la Manche
Les Veuves de la Coulee

(NOTE: A couple of songs will be available as MP3 downloads soon.)

Current Mood: good
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