- Add them to your list right away and send them a note thanking them for joining your list. You might want to look into a mail service, such as Mailchimp.com.
The wait is over! The Earbits iPhone app is available now!
If you haven’t heard the news, the Earbits iPhone app is awesome. It will analyze the music from your phone and recommend channels you’ll like from over 400 genre-based selections. Then, we intelligently blend your own music into those channels. The result is awesome music discovery with your favorite tracks mixed in.
Of course, just like the Earbits you are used to, we have no commercials, no subscription fees, and no strings attached. We help you discover new music that you may not find on other platforms, and make it easy to connect with the artist – just touch the G button, and you can instantly join a mailing list, follow on Twitter, and more.
Barons of Hiddenhausen, is a mysterious and hidden secret, with it’s origins in Vienna. Although the project sounds like a full-fledged band, the mastermind behind the project is one person: Moritz Kofler. Kofler is no stranger to the genre – after he recorded “World Withdrawal,” he collaborated with Digital Noise Academy in L.A., a project by Ken Andrews (Failure, Beck, A.P.C. NIN), Jordon Zadorozny (Blinker The Star, Courtney Love, Melissa Auf Der Maur) and others. That experience shows in this record.
It’s been a while since rock music has sounded the way Stars In Stereo plays it. The group approaches its songs with a firm grasp on gritty rock instincts as well as a innate understanding of clean pop sensibilities. The main attribute of Stars In Stereo, the band’s recently released self-titled album, is that its particular style is difficult to pin down. It’s not totally heavy and not totally soft, but more a combination of the two than some strange middle-ground.
This is a guest post by Marcus Taylor, founder of Venture Harbour, a digital marketing agency that specializes in working with brands in the entertainment industries.
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Rabbit & The Hare is proof that good things can happen on Craigslist. The band formed after singer/songwriter Neill MacCallum posted an ad in NYC’s section of the website in search of a “female multi-instrumentalist.” Marisa Duchowny, a person that happens to fit both of those requirements, also happened to read and respond to that post. Just like that, with the strange power of the internet, a duo was born. Marisa became the Rabbit, Neill the Hare.
Embarrassingly enough, when asked to write a review of Bob Wiseman‘s latest solo release, “Some Wise Guy”, I had no idea who he was. So before agreeing to something I couldn’t stick to with any degree of precision or integrity, I listened to the record. It’s at this point that I became pretty intimidated to write this review. Wiseman’s music is decidedly educated and avant… however…after listening again and again I realized it’s not the kind of art pop that talks down to you, rather the type that invites you into the party. Once you get the joke too, you’re on the inside and it’s smooth sailing from there.
The peeps over at Nerdwallet published a pretty cool article recently, and we wanted to share it with you. As a fan of Dance and Electronic music, you shouldn’t miss this. It could make-or-break your chosen festival’s financial plan.
They have compared the upcoming festivals, and determined the best overall value for the hardcore Dance fan. With Outside Lands, Austin City Limits, and Lollapalooza all coming up soon, you will need all the help you can get to not miss your favorite bands. Plan your attack with Nerdwallet, and make sure you are getting the most bang for your buck.
Earbits for Android is here and it’s awesomer than you could have imagined.
Not only does it play all of the Earbits music you love, it also recommends channels based on the music on your phone, and then it blends your music into our channels!
Do you have the Black Keys on your phone? You’ll find them in the Earbits Blues Rock channel. Do you have Miles Davis? Then he’ll be in your Earbits Jazz channel. You now get the power of Earbits music discovery, blended with your favorite tracks.
I usually give a song 45 seconds to a minute. If it doesn’t hit me, I hit next. If it does, I click to see what else I can listen to. In Greenleaf’s case, their song “Jack Staff” hit me instantaneously and didn’t let go. As I clicked on their release, Nest of Vipers, I could tell after three tracks that I needed to listen to the whole album. I don’t know about you but something I simply can’t resist is the blend of bad ass with catchy. It’s like if you got to be the popular kid and the Breakfast Club bad ass at the same time. Greenleaf is that blend. Indie rock in bed with hard rock ; dirty grunge mixed with sharp punkish attitude ; infectious melodies on top of crunchy guitars and creatively catchy riffs. Tastefully distorted bass that’s anything but stuck-up sounding. Straight ahead vocals that weave over and under the mixes from song to song.