Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Graham Coxon - official site. Includes news, tour dates, online shop, and message board
Bryan Chan: The Solo Sessions - official website for Bryan Chan, formerly of Making the Band and LMNT

Friday, June 25, 2004

David Thorne Scott - jazz singer based in Boston, MA. Stylings include standards, original songs, and vocal improvisation
Gary Burton - official site features news, itinerary, discography, biography, and more
Melineh Kurdian - New York-based singer songwriter blending rhythmic folk guitar, rock, jazz, and blues with intelligent lyrics and a soulful voice
Jazz Exposé: The New York Jazz Museum and the Power Struggle That Destroyed It - tells the story of the New York Jazz Museum that existed from 1972 to 1977

Thursday, June 24, 2004

BigUpRadio 24/7 Roots & Dancehall Reggae - offers streaming reggae music as well as LPs, CDs, DVDs, VHS videos, and other merchandise

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Draft Bruce - drafting Bruce Springsteen and other music artists to play a concert on Septermber 1st at Giants Stadium, New York, to help register people to vote against George Bush
RedCell - two person writing team utilizes samples, sequencing, heavy guitars, and powerful vocals to achieve their dark, heavy sound
Koyi K Utho - Colombian industrial band. Band profile, sound files, photographs, video, and more
ensemble Peregrina - ensemble Peregrina researches and performs the repertories of twelfth to fourteenth century Europe, specializing in vocal polyphony for equal voices
Chance World - world chamber music duo fusing classical chamber music, folk, and jazz, comprised of Ed Willett and Cheryl Leah. Titles include Toy Cows in Africa from TV's Northern Exposure

Friday, June 18, 2004

The Rockdogs - cartoon series about a bunch of misfits who came together for the sole purpose of playing rock music, loud and hard
Facing New York - a healthy mix of prog proficiency, punk sensibility, and pure undeniable goodness
MyOriginalSongs.com - offers both music CDs and downloadable MP3 files of original inspirational and caring songs consisting of show tune, gospel, folk, rock, jazz, and r&b styles

Thursday, June 17, 2004

Virtual DJ Software - helps DJs use a computer to enhance mixes using advanced beatlocking, synchronized sampling, instant looping, and remixing functions

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

National Hip-Hop Political Convention - organization dedicated to adopting a political agenda for the Hip-Hop Generation and fostering youth involvement in local, state, and federal electoral politics
Lili Haydn - official site of the violinist and vocalist. News, biography, pictures, music, press, and more
Jose Angel Navarro - background and music of this artist whose production is based on the Jazz and Afro Cuban rhytms
Keshia Chanté - official site with news, biography, photos, and multimedia for the Canadian artist

Friday, June 11, 2004

Still Standing - official site of the Philadelphia based Rock/Punk band features biographies, audio and video files, concert listing, merchandise, news, and more
Alter Bridge - band formed after the breakup of Creed, featuring songwriter/guitarist Mark Tremonti, drummer Scott Phillips, bassist Brian Marshall, and singer/songwriter Myles Kennedy
Reese Roper - home of the lead singer of Brave Saint Saturn and Five Iron Frenzy
Stitchie - official site of the jamaican gospel reggae recording artist. Includes biography, news, gallery, and his most recent work
Bumblebeez - Australian band who craft a cut'n'paste collision of noisy hip-hop and rock.
Ruslana - Ukranian singer and winner of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2004

Thursday, June 10, 2004

Ray Charles, the Grammy-winning crooner who blended gospel and blues in such crowd-pleasers as "What'd I Say" and ballads like "Georgia on My Mind," died Thursday, a spokesman said. He was 73. Charles died at his Beverly Hills home surrounded by family and friends, said spokesman Jerry Digney. Charles last public appearance was alongside Clint Eastwood (news) on April 30, when the city of Los Angeles designated the singer's studios, built 40 years ago in central Los Angeles, as a historic landmark

Thursday, June 03, 2004

Laika and the Cosmonauts - surf music from Finland? Includes band biography, discography, pics, and more
Blentwell - ongoing document of the evolution of blended music, plus a daily updated link log of hot mixsets and fresh new tracks heard online