“With the launch of Nokia’s Comes With Music, fans now have a new avenue to find and enjoy music from EMI’s catalogue, and our artists have a powerful new way to reach their fans,” said Douglas Merrill, president, digital business, for EMI Music.
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On a sleeting Friday in November, My Brightest Diamond frontwoman Shara Worden took a moment to talk to me just prior to showtime at Chicago’s notorious Schubas Tavern. Before the interview, her tour manager approached me in the bar at the front of the club and inquired about what equipment I’d use. “Just a handheld,” I said. He nodded and disappeared, then returned a brief moment later and led me to Worden in the back. She seemed relaxed; perched delicately on a wooden bench in the empty, drafty hall. I suspect he’d asked about equipment to find out about photos, and when I saw her I was glad I’d no camera after all. Her eyes, not yet made up for the stage, were magnetic. They reflected great depth, yet maintained a playful resonance just at the surface, and makeup would have lessened that effect. I saw her thinking in there, and what she was thinking was sharp and I saw her feeling in there, and what she was feeling was kind. Duly smitten, I joined her on the bench less gracefully, checked our sound level and proceeded with the interview.
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Lot’s of good new and slightly used music available on the Static Multimedia podcast. Today’s updates include Cracker, The Buzzcocks, Echo & The Bunnymen, Golden Animals, The Heys, and more! Don’t be a square, get the feed!
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Oasis is pleased to announce a rare club show in New York prior to the release of their upcoming album. This intimate show will take place at Manhattan’s Terminal 5 on Friday September 12th.
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Recorded in the wake of the band’s freshmen effort Crossing the Invisible Line, Ashes is the inspirational adventure of songwriter Ramen Kia’s ever maturing accounts of his youth. Born during the turmoil of a disheveled Iran, Kia’s music is continual evidence of the power of expression. Along with members Simon Gibson and Toby Ever, Buddahead’s Ashes has something that most of us find relatable.
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