Friday, December 30, 2005

Free Music Downloads

Free Music Downloads - download music, DVD movies, and software to any PC or MAC. Registration required with fee for unlimited technical support

Stanford University Singers

Stanford University Singers - concert choir consisting of students and community members maintained by the university. Stanford University Singers perform a broad range of Western classical music a cappella and accompanied

Say Anything

Say Anything - official site for the band Say Anything. Includes news, blog, tour dates, photos, and more

Jump-Start Big Band

Jump-Start Big Band - premier dance band/orchestra performing swing music of the '30s, '40s, and '50s, led by Ben DeClemente


Responsorium - ensemble specializing in vocal and instrumental pieces of the 16th and early 17th century. Responsorium attempts to revive Croatian baroque music by performing across Croatia. In Croatian and English - includes Eminem biography, discography, filmography, family tree, enemies, tattoos, awards, crews, quotes, release dates, tour dates, fan Mail, and forum. Also includes a section on Shady Records and its artists

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Wikipedia: Gwen Stefani

Wikipedia: Gwen Stefani - career overview for pop singer Gwen Stefani. Includes her work with No Doubt, her solo career, and trivia

Wikipedia: Bryan Adams

Wikipedia: Bryan Adams - career overview for singer-songwriter Bryan Adams. Offers information about his music career, his work as a photographer, and trivia

Rise Against

Rise Against - official site for the hardcore punk band Rise Against. Includes news, tour dates, photos, downloads, and merchandise

15 Worst Music Releases of 2005

15 Worst Music Releases of 2005 - Pitchfork Media selects the wretched tracks that rank as the most abominable songs of 2005

Thursday, December 22, 2005


Jazzanova - collective of German electronic musicians, remix artists, and DJs; mixing dance, jazz, hip-hop, soul, funk, and folk in multitudinous ways

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Radio Music Awards: NBC

Radio Music Awards: NBC - Radio Music Awards show site with pictures, nominees, and videos. Aired on December 19th live from Las Vegas

Jim Croce

Jim Croce - official site for the late singer-writer Jim Croce. Includes biography, pictures, memories, and information about Croce's Restaurant located in San Diego, California

Chris Brown and the Citizens' Band

Chris Brown and the Citizens' Band - poetic peacenik Chris Brown and his Citizens' Band make clever, rich, pop-folk songs with an unabashed political slant

Danny Tenaglia

Danny Tenaglia - features biography, discography, and music from the garage house DJ Danny Tenaglia

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

RockPoP Gallery

RockPoP Gallery - rock music fine art gallery. RockPoP Gallery offers limited edition prints, photographs, and collectibles by the Masters of Music Artwork

Friday, December 16, 2005


Musicmobs - Find new music, trade your playlists and track your listening habits

GuitaroJam Guitar Resources

GuitaroJam Guitar Resources - recommended guitar and music resources from GuitaroJam. Includes links for guitar learning materials, gear, discussion forums, musician's health, artist news, and reviews

Bubar Music

Bubar Music - factory rebuilt original Hammond organs and Leslie speakers. Bubar Music also carries new and used organs from Content, Viscount, Allen, and Rodgers

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Mac music record label releases new album

Mac music record label Simig Media Records has released its second and Peter Greenstone's debut album: "Something." The album spans multiple genres including alternative rock, acoustic solo guitar, and was created entirely using Apple's GarageBand software

The Smiths To Reform

Two members of the seminal Manchester pop band have announced that they will be teaming up for the first time since The Smiths split in 1987. Disappointingly, the reunion won't be involving crazy-quiffed yelping Smiths frontman Morrissey

Wikipedia: Björk

Wikipedia: Björk - career overview for singer-songwriter Bjork. Includes her work with The Sugarcubes, her personal life, and discography

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Yahoo! Music: Sarah McLachlan

Yahoo! Music: Sarah McLachlan - offers music downloads, photos, album information, and music videos for singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan. Videos include Building a Mystery and Fallen

Robert Pollard

Robert Pollard - official site of Robert Pollard, leader of Guided by Voices includes audio, videos, setlists, tour dates, news, and reviews

Wikipedia: Chuck Berry

Wikipedia: Chuck Berry - career overview for the classic rock and roller Chuck Berry. Includes his influence on other musicians, a list of his most famous songs, and links

Sony Music: Sly and the Family Stone

Sony Music: Sly and the Family Stone - official label site for the funk music band Sly and the Family Stone, with a discography, song samples, and wallpaper images to download

Heidi Haase

Heidi Haase - plays hammered dulcimer, an ancient trapezoid-shaped instrument that is played by striking the strings with little wooden hammers. Includes schedules, artists, and contact info

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Aubrey O'Day

Aubrey O'Day - official site for Aubrey O'Day

She Wants Revenge

She Wants Revenge - droning guitars, pulsating synths, and a steady post-punk disco beat

Kenny Neal

Kenny Neal - official site for the bluesman from Louisiana, Kenny Neal. Includes tour dates, news, information about Kenny's fan club, and merchandise

Monday, December 12, 2005


ArtistServer is a community for musicians and music fans to come together. Comprised completely of freely-distributable, often Creative Commons-licensed music, ArtistServer hosts hundreds of tracks in more than 100 categorized genres and sub-genres. Users can search for music by genre, artist, geographic region and can stream or download tracks easily. The site also holds enormous potential for musicians, allowing registered artists to post tracks, site or blog links and even ringtones. Although the site is a bit hard to use and seems somewhat amateurish, basic memberships (ideal for music fans) are free


Songfacts is a searchable database of song information compiled by radio professionals, music enthusiasts, and visitors to this web site. We hope using this site will help you better understand and enjoy the songs you listen to, and invite you to share your knowledge with us so that others may benefit. We provide the album, year the song was released, highest US and UK chart position, and "Songfacts" about each song. The "Songfacts" are interesting tidbits like what the song is about, who wrote it, and what makes it different. Songfacts is free

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Wikipedia: John Barry

Wikipedia: John Barry - provides a hyperlinked profile of the composer John Barry, one of the "Big Four" of modern film composers. Includes details on his film scores, television themes, other works, and more

Friday, December 09, 2005

The Choice Music

The Choice Music - Free Downloads, DJ Mixes, Events and News. You can personalize this site to your musical taste. Free mp3 downloads, event listings and specialist music news to match your lifestyle. Contributors can upload press releases for free onto our site with images and audio. Our editors filter content to our global membership using matching technology


Pandora - created by the Music Genome Project and offering a selection of music streams based on your favorite and previously heard songs

Rockstar Taste Of Chaos

Rockstar Taste Of Chaos - traveling music festival featuring a variety of hard rock acts. Site includes tour dates, ticket information, and forum

Deadboy and the Elephantmen

Deadboy and the Elephantmen - fan site for the band Deadboy and the Elephantmen with Dax Riggs, a former member of Acid Bath, and Tessie Brunet. Contains biography, tour dates, news, pictures, and song samples in MP3 format

Who Really Killed John Lennon?

Who Really Killed John Lennon? - Steve Lightfoot offers a selection of conspiracy theories about John Lennon's murder in December 1980

Graham Colton Band

Graham Colton Band - official site of the Graham Colton Band includes audio, photos, video, articles, and lyrics

Teddy Geiger

Teddy Geiger - official site of the singer/songwriter and finalist on VH1's series In Search of the New Partridge Family. Includes song samples, photos, journal, and screensavers

Jeff Lorber

Jeff Lorber - official site of jazz pianist Jeff Lorber. Site features news and tour information, discography, biography, and photos

Earl Klugh

Earl Klugh - official site for jazz guitarist Earl Klugh. Site features news, tour information, albums, biography, and contact information

Thursday, December 08, 2005


Douban - Rate, tag, discover books, movies and music, and people

Wikipedia: Eddie Van Halen

Wikipedia: Eddie Van Halen - career overview for rock guitarist Eddie Van Halen. Includes details about his innovative guitar playing, the formation of Van Halen, and his personal life

Zoe Records: Kathleen Edwards

Zoe Records: Kathleen Edwards - record label site features biography, photos, audio and video clips, and tour dates

Lisa Scott-Lee

Lisa Scott-Lee - ofiicial site of the former Steps member Lisa Scott-Lee. Features audio, tour dates, videos, lyrics, and photos of the singer

Damon Dash

Damon Dash - official site of rapper and Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash. Site includes audio, video, bio, and photos

Black Rob

Black Rob - official site of the rapper Black Rob includes news, audio, videos, tour dates, and pics

Karen Clark Sheard

Karen Clark Sheard - official site for Karen Clark Sheard, formerly of the gospel group, the Clark Sisters

Wikipedia: Roy Clark

Wikipedia: Roy Clark - career overview for country performer Roy Clark. Includes information about his film roles, TV appearances, and links

Steve Anthony

Steve Anthony - official site of a country music band Steve Anthony fronted by singer-songwriter Steve Klein from Hudson Valley of New York. Contains jukebox, pictures, and members info

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Wikipedia: The Zombies

Wikipedia: The Zombies - career overview for the '60s British rock band The Zombies. Includes band history and discography

Wikipedia: Marilyn Manson

Wikipedia: Marilyn Manson - career overview for shock-rocker Marilyn Manson. Includes a breakdown of his music career, details about the controversy he has caused, audio samples, and discography

Wikipedia: Tony Bennett

Wikipedia: Tony Bennett - career overview for singer Tony Bennett. Includes details about his military days, music and painting career, photos, and discography

Wolf Parade

Wolf Parade - MySpace page which acts as the unoffical home for the Canadian indie-rock band, Wolf Parade

Thane St. Andrew

Thane St. Andrew - offers biography, music, gigs schedule, photos, contact information of indie pop-soul vocalist and songwriter, Thane St Andrew, based in Toronto, Canada

Wikipedia: Brandy

Wikipedia: Brandy - career overview for R&B singer Brandy. Includes breakdown of her music and acting career, discography, and links - official site for country-western legend, George Jones. Site gives tour dates, latest appearances, news, webboard for fans, and music samples

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Link Wray

Link Wray - official site of Link Wray, the late guitar innovator and inventor of the power chord and fuzz tone

Haifa Wehbe

Haifa Wehbe - official site of the controversial Lebanese singer Haifa Wehbe includes photos, audio clips, downloads, and news


Sugarland - official site of the pop country band Sugarland. Features music samples, video, tour dates, photos, and fan club information

Brazilian singer blasts Vatican in condom dispute

Brazilian singer Daniela Mercury, who was banned from performing in a Vatican Christmas concert, said on Monday she was outraged at a Vatican claim that she had threatened to promote condom use during the show

Monday, December 05, 2005

The Independent Artist Registry

The Independent Artist Registry is a talent scouting service for over 100 of the nation's top record labels. Its goal is to find and promote the US's top independent artists to a quarter million music industry professionals, including those A&R reps. The IAR evaluates artists in four categories and only selects the best artists for induction into the Registry

BETA Records, LLC

BETA Records, LLC - a fast growing Internet music company, maintains the goal of finding, developing, showcasing, and launching unsigned artists to the Music Industry. BETA Records, LLC uses the latest in music streaming technology to showcase and distribute its website content to visitors with traditional and broadband connections. To supplement Internet exposure, BETA Records, LLC will use traditional marketing tools to recruit and expose artists to major record labels

Music group considers share issue

UK music management business and record label Sanctuary has said it is considering a new share issue as a means of cutting its debts. The firm - whose stable of artists include Sir Elton John, Beyonce and Morrissey - said it recognised its level of debt was "too high"

Indies tune in to podcasts

Britain's independent music companies have taken a significant step towards making music available on "podcasts", the fast-growing internet broadcasting phenomenon.
Podcasting allows listeners to subscribe to radio shows, which are automatically downloaded to their computers or digital-music players such as the iPod. These podcasts can then be listened to at any time

Saturday, December 03, 2005

BET Jazz

BET Jazz - official site for BET Jazz programming and shows. Includes recent news for jazz shows and events, polls, and articles featuring jazz artists and music

Wikipedia: Gackt

Wikipedia: Gackt - career overview for Japanese pop star Gackt. Includes a look at his days with the band Malice Mizer, his solo work, and a discography


Gackt - official site for Japanese vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Gackt. Instruments he plays include the trumpet, tuba, trombone, piano, guitar, drums, and bass. Web site offers news, tour dates, audio clips, and merchandise

Greg Kihn

Greg Kihn - official site of Greg Kihn, leader of popular rock groups of the '70s and '80s and radio DJ

Wikipedia: Jermaine Dupri

Wikipedia: Jermaine Dupri - offers a hyperlinked article about record producer Jermaine Dupri

Ramy Ayach

Ramy Ayach - official site of Lebanese pop star Ramy Ayach. Features a biography, videos, discography, photos, and fan book

Tierney Sutton

Tierney Sutton - official site for jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton. Includes news, reviews, schedule, photos, and more

Wikipedia: Rick Rubin

Wikipedia: Rick Rubin - Features a hyperlinked article about record producer Rick Rubin

Friday, December 02, 2005

Wikipedia: Bootleg Recording

Wikipedia: Bootleg Recording - offering up information on what bootleg recordings are, sources of material, official bootlegs definition, and bootlegging versus piracy issues

Wikipedia: Pete Best

Wikipedia: Pete Best - career overview of The Beatles first drummer Pete Best. Includes his role in The Beatles, his career after the group, and links

Wikipedia: Charlotte Church

Wikipedia: Charlotte Church - career overview for Welch soprano Charlotte Church. Includes musical background, discography, filmography, and photos


Lazarazu - official site of the electronic outfit Lazarazu. Plays a lush mix of loops and beats, texured guitar, driving bass, and melodic female vocals

Pura Vida

Pura Vida - New York-based, Costa Rican-born Reggaeton rappers singing lyrics in Spanish and English. Features biography, pictures, and online audio samples

Monday, November 28, 2005

Rock Hall of Fame Announces Inductees

Black Sabbath, Miles Davis and the Sex Pistols are among five musical legends to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation will hold its induction ceremony March 13 at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Manhattan, the organization announced Monday. Also to be inducted into the class of 2006: 1980s New Wave band Blondie and Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd. Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss, who founded A&M records in 1962, will receive a lifetime achievement award in the non-performer category. Inductees into the side-men category will be announced at a later date. Musicians, industry professionals and journalists vote on the nominations. Artists are eligible to be inducted into the Rock Hall after at least 25 years have passed since their first record was released

Friday, November 25, 2005

Debate Rages Over Copyright Limits

On November 21, the American digital copyright protection group Electric Frontier Foundation (EFF) made accusations against the record label Sony BMG. EFF claimed that the record label secretly distributed anti-reproduction software on the computers of consumers that corrupts various practical applications

Thursday, November 24, 2005 - official site of Down to the Bone, the jazz funk soul band dedicated to bringing the groove to audiences through music. Includes schedule of upcoming shows, latest news, music, merchandise, and mailing list information

Creedence Clearwater Revisited

Creedence Clearwater Revisited - official site of the tribute band Creedence Clearwater Revisited, includes biography, concert dates, photos, music samples - royalty-free music created exclusively by a team of professional musicians and composers. Instantly downloadable music in a wide range of categories

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

V2 sold to Sheridan Square Entertainment

Richard Branson, the U.K. airline and media billionaire, sold the North American operations of his record label V2 to New York-based Sheridan Square Entertainment. The companies did not disclose details, but a source said the price was between $10 million and $15 million. V2 is home to such hit acts as The White Stripes and Moby

Chris Whitley dies

Chris Whitley, a chameleon singer-songwriter who oscillated between roots rock 'n' roll, blues and alt-rock, has died. He was 45. Mr. Whitley died Sunday of lung cancer in Houston, according to his record label, Messenger Records

Warner fined $5M in payola scheme

Warner Music Group, the record label of such stars as Madonna and Green Day, agreed to pay $5 million to settle a payola investigation by the New York attorney general's office, acknowledging that some employees had engaged in radio promotions that were "wrong and improper."

Barenaked Ladies distributing new release via USB flash drive

Rather than distribute via CD, DVD or download, the Barenaked Ladies are making their newest selection of songs, videos and exclusive material available on a USB flash drive
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2005 Billboard Music Awards

2005 Billboard Music Awards - performers and winners of the 2005 Billboard Music Awards

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Lesley Gore

Lesley Gore - official site of legendary '60s singer Lesley Gore. Includes audio, photos, and merchandise

Steve Minotti

Steve Minotti - features information about singer-songwriter Steve Minotti's biography, lyrics, pictures, and solo debut CD, The Gallery

Matt Goss

Matt Goss - official site of Matt Goss, U.K. solo artist and former member of of the group Bros

Sony BMG XCP Exchange Program

Sony BMG XCP Exchange Program - allows users to exchange SONY BMG compact discs containing XCP content protection software for replacement versions of the same discs without the XCP software

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Golden Earring

Golden Earring - official site of rock band Golden Earring, known for their hit Radar Love. Includes bio, tour dates, live photos, and fan club

Ron Sunshine

Ron Sunshine - official site of NYC jazz, blues, and funky R&B singer Ron Sunshine

Friday, November 18, 2005

"Unisong" International Song Contest

Unisong, in conjunction with Music Bridges and Songsalive!, have announced the new and Improved "Unisong" International Song Contest, launching for 2005! Since 1997 Unisong has been the only truly international contest created for songwriters by songwriters. Unisong has had past winners and entrants from over 90 Countries worldwide and counting

The Rocktologists

The Rocktologists - putting the class back into classic-rock radio. Broadcasts weekly on WKRB 90.9 FM in Brooklyn, New York

Go West

Go West - official site of Go West includes merchandise, photos, tour dates, news, and downloads - group in Atlanta playing a combination of raw dance beats, heavy electronic synths, and pop. Site offers bio of UngerRose, music samples, as well as contact details


Powerstar - official site for electronic dance music DJ and producer, Powerstar. Includes bio, picture gallery, events, sample music, and downloads

Thursday, November 17, 2005

Band Weblogs

Created in January 2005 by Jenny May, the singer and co-songwriter for the Oxford, England based band The Babylon Cowboys, Band Weblogs is a directory of band blogs, music blogs and creative music writers blogs. The directory of blog links gives musicians and creative music writers an opportunity to share opinions, views, daily lives, reviews (and anything else they may write in their blogs) and most importantly, their music, with the world of blog readers! There are also links to bands mp3s. The music and band blogs are added randomly (somewhat) which allows each blog it's own unique presence. Band Weblogs is constantly growing and now we've been adding podcasts, band press, live news headlines, a travel page and now the new Band Weblogs Community where Guest Music Bloggers can submit their music news, stories, press etc.

Shooting at Unarmed Men

Shooting at Unarmed Men - featuring ex-McLusky bassist Jon Chapple


Futon - Bangkok-based band that defy convention and confront the South East Asian pop stereotype with reckless abandon

The Ettes

The Ettes - high-energy grrrl indie rock'n'roll out of Los Angeles

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Sony recalls risky 'rootkit' CDs

Record label Sony BMG Music Entertainment said on Tuesday that it will recall millions of CDs that, if played in a consumer's PC disc drive, will expose the computer to serious security risks. Anyone who has purchased one of the CDs, which include southern rockers Van Zant, Neil Diamond's latest album, and more than 18 others, can exchange the purchase, Sony said. The company added that it would release details of its CD exchange program "shortly."

Naxos Pulls Historical Recordings From Stores After Copyright Ruling

The independent record label Naxos has asked stores to remove some of its historical recordings from their shelves and return them, a spokesman for the label confirmed today. The recall is part of a settlement with Capitol Records stemming from a copyright-infringement case that Capitol won earlier this year. The case revolved around Naxos's reissues of recordings released by the British label Gramophone in the 1930s featuring Yehudi Menuhin, Pablo Casals, and others. Gramophone is now part of EMI/Capitol

Vodafone Completes Record Label Arsenal

Vodafone NZ is now the only digital music provider in New Zealand to offer the four major record labels after the signing of a global deal with Universal Music that brings full music tracks from artists like U2, 50 Cent, Eminem and Black Eyed Peas to Vodafone mobiles

Epic Records: Sarah Connor

Epic Records: Sarah Connor - official label site provides news, audio clips, music videos, tour dates, and downloads for pop singer Sarah Connor

Rex Goudie

Rex Goudie - official site of Rex Goudie, who won the hearts of fans as the runner-up on season three of Canadian Idol. Includes a Rex newsletter, forum, and photos

MCA Records: Chante Moore

MCA Records: Chante Moore - official label site for R&B singer Chante Moore. Includes photos, interviews, message boards, news, downloads, and album information

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly - official site of the Canadian country music singer-songwriter who is also a distinguished athlete and motivational speaker

Tuesday, November 15, 2005


Australiapunk - offers a forum for Australian punk bands to promote themselves. Provides information on show schedules, venues, promoters, and punk forums


INdeed - Montreal-based Stéphane Belleau's instrumental electro-rock project INdeed. Contains bio, songs in mp3 format, and wallpapers. Also in French

Eddie Guerrero

Eddie Guerrero - official site for the tejano music artist Eddie Guerrero, with a biography, discography, audio clips, and merchandise

Sam Payne

Sam Payne - official site of the jazz blues musician and pianist Sam Payne. Includes her biography, music downloads, press releases, and contact information

Monday, November 14, 2005

Rogue Traders

Rogue Traders - Rogue Traders is an Australian dance-rock band made up of two DJ's and Neighbours actress, Natalie Bassingthwaighte

Saturday, November 12, 2005


Streampad is your destination for music on the web. You can listen to your own library streamed from home, live concerts, and other great music from around the web

Friday, November 11, 2005

CBS: CMA Awards 2005

CBS: CMA Awards 2005 - network site for the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards. Features nominees, photos, notes on performers and presenters, and information on past CMA winners

LegalSounds - online music download service allows users to download MP3 songs, full albums, and the latest high quality music

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Lennon's solo catalogue to be offered for download

The entire solo catalogue of the late rock icon John Lennon will be made available for Internet download for the first time in December, his record label said on Wednesday. The digital release of Lennon's collection makes him the first former Beatle whose whole body of solo work has been made commercially available on legitimate online music services, EMI Music said

Little Smoke

Little Smoke - includes news, gigs, and music samples of bluesy tribal rock band from Sutton, Australia. Little Smoke gigs range from small community based events to large shows and festivals - The Black Network - The Black Network - African-American and Black community portal with lifestyle articles, recipes, heritage links, news, video clips, and internet radio broadcasts

The Concert for Bangladesh

The Concert for Bangladesh - a benefit concert held in 1971, bringing together muscians, including George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, and Ringo Star. This site gives information about the release of the concert DVD and CD

Bonnie Hayes

Bonnie Hayes - Grammy-nominated producer, singer, keyboardist, and songwriting teacher at the Blue Bear School of Music

Mark Sepic

Mark Sepic - appears on nightclub and festival stages. Site includes music clips, press, information on his guitar instruction, and upcoming gigs

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Irving Berlin's White Christmas

Irving Berlin's White Christmas - official site for the live stage musical White Christmas, showing in San Francisco, Hollywood, and Boston during the 2005 Christmas season. Site features photos and video clips, as well as information about the show, cast, and the creative team

Monday, November 07, 2005

Yale Makes Graduate Music School Free

In most of America's top conservatories, the world's most promising musicians are often deep in debt and giving music lessons just to cover the rent and close the gap between their scholarships and graduate school tuition. But a $100 million donation is about to change that scenario at The Yale School of Music

Saturday, November 05, 2005 - official Sony Urban Music/Columbia Records site for Three 6 Mafia. Includes audio samples, pictures, news, and more

Friday, November 04, 2005

AOL Music Now

With the technology of the Chicago-based online music service, which Circuit City Stores bought in 2004, the Time Warner Internet company plans to revamp its music customization and personalization features. AOL will gradually upgrade its current MusicNet AOL subscribers to a new service, called AOL Music Now

Electronic Arts Creates New Digitally-Distributed Music Label

Officials from Electronic Arts have announced that the company has teamed with Canadian record label Nettwerk Music Group to launch a new digital music distribution label named EA Recordings. The label will be used to deliver music clips from the publisher's various games as ringtones, mastertones or .MP3 format downloads

Brunettes sign with Sub Pop

A gruelling few months on the road for New Zealand band the Brunettes has paid off. They've signed with the Seattle-based record label Sub Pop, famous for securing bands that include Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney

Clapton re-signs with Reprise

Eric Clapton is laughing off reports of his retirement by signing a new contract with his record label of 25 years. The loyal rocker signed with Reprise Records in 1981 and has just signed up to work with executives there for the rest of his career

Christ On A Bike

Christ On A Bike - official web site of the electronica band Christ On A Bike. Includes a discography, music downloads, a guestbook and a history of the band

Thursday, November 03, 2005

The Welcome Matt

The Welcome Matt - official site of the enigmatic singer/songwriter Matt Langlois, aka the Welcome Matt

The Plus Ones

The Plus Ones - indie power-pop out of El Cerrito, California

Apollo Sunshine

Apollo Sunshine - with a sound that merges avant-garde noise experimentation with ultra-melodic pop, rock, and punk (often in the same song)

Wednesday, November 02, 2005


MP3 HOW - features reviews and links for a variety of music download web sites, lyrics, and discographies


213 - music, videos, photos, news, press, forum, and extras of hip-hop group 213, artists of the album The Hard Way

Tuesday, November 01, 2005


Plurn (Playlist Burner) is an online music community where you can listen, create and share playlists. Playlists can be categorized using "tags"

Monday, October 31, 2005

Worldwide Music Awards 2005

The Radio 1 Gilles Peterson Worldwide Music Awards 2005 take place at Koko in London on December 12. Performers include Soil & "Pimp", Jazzanova, Bugz In The Attic and the Radio 1 messageboard crew. Voting is now open. Pick your favourites and enter the competition to win tickets to the awards ceremony

Sunday, October 30, 2005

The Vibrators

The Vibrators - punk rock group originally formed in 1976. In their long career The Vibrators have toured with the likes of Iggy Pop, Ian Hunter, The Flaming Groovies, and Die Toten Hosen

Weird War

Weird War - rock'n'roll band featuring Ian Svenonious of Nation of Ulysses and Make-Up fame

Syndicate of Soul

Syndicate of Soul - featuring song examples and pictures of their engagements. Songs range from funk, rock, soul, to pop

Ghetto Gitano

Ghetto Gitano - culminating from various different cultures and diverse musical backgrounds, Ghetto Gitano features Cuban rhythyms, harmonies from Brazil, transcendental music from the orient, as well as several flamencos selections

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Victoria Hot Jazz Jubilee

Victoria Hot Jazz Jubilee - takes place April 20 to 23, 2006 in Victoria, BC. Site includes information on Victoria Hot Jazz Jubilee bands, tickets, venues, and more

Melissa O'Neil

Melissa O'Neil - official site on Sony BMG Canada. Includes forum and newsletter sign-up

Original Supremes Website

Original Supremes Website - includes discography, historic TV appearance listings, photos, and more about the original lineup of The Supremes

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Vicki Vann

Vicki Vann - official site for country music artist Vicki Vann. Site includes photos, news, downloads, and calendar

Partners in Rhyme

Partners in Rhyme - music distribution company that offers royalty free music, sound effects, and video libraries. Site provides audio/video samples for all tracks


killersound - company provides custom music and downloadable sound effects. Site includes sound clips, tips and tutorials, and product demos

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Jazz legend Shirley Horn dies at 71

Shirley Horn, the jazz pianist and vocalist who got her start opening for Miles Davis and became revered as a master interpreter of American standards, has died at the age of 71, her record label said

Art of the States

Art of the States - collecting performances and recordings of a wide range of music from all across the U.S., focusing on new, unusual, and lesser-known repertoire

Friday, October 21, 2005

Fremont Public Association: Songs for Shelter

Songs for Shelter features the cream of Seattle songwriters and musicans from the 70's, 80's, 90's and 21st Century--many of them world renowned--coming together in a collection of new music to benefit homeless families in King County, WA. Primarily folksy, the cd ranges from blues to funk, traditional Irish to rock. It features performers including Laura Veirs, Martin Hayes, Laura Love and Danny O'Keefe. Unlike most compilation projects that only recyle album tracks, Songs for Shelter features 10 cuts that have never been released before, including 8 tracks recorded specifically for the project and two songs written expressly for it. One hundred percent of the proceeds from Songs for Shelter will go to support shelter, case management and homelessness prevention programs of Seattle's Fremont Public Association's, a service and advocacy agency that helps 25,000 families each year to overcome poverty and build brighter futures
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Vice Records: Do They Know it's Hallowe'en?

Vice Records: Do They Know it's Hallowe'en? - song features a star-studded ensemble (including Beck, The Arcade Fire, and Sum 41) known as the North American Halloween Prevention Initiative. Both a trick and a treat, this song is a satire as well as a charity-benefit song with all proceeds being donated to UNICEF

Dan Baird

Dan Baird - official site of former Georgia Satellites frontman Dan Baird. includes news, tour dates, photos, and an extensive biography

Dan Baird

Dan Baird - official site of former Georgia Satellites frontman Dan Baird. includes news, tour dates, photos, and an extensive biography

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Pop composer Bacharach pens first lyrics of career

It could be just what the world needs now - Burt Bacharach writing lyrics. The legendary, 77-year-old composer has found his voice in a politically charged album "At This Time" that features his first lyrics ever in a nearly 50-year career creating some of pop music's best-known love songs. "You could say, 'How does a guy who has written love songs his entire life suddenly decide to rock the boat?"' Bacharach says about the album that will be released internationally on October 24, with a U.S. release on November 1

“This Bird Has Flown - A 40th Anniversary Tribute To The Beatles’ Rubber Soul”

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the release of The Beatles’ legendary album, "Rubber Soul," Razor & Tie is releasing This Bird Has Flown – A 40th Anniversary Tribute To The Beatles’ Rubber Soul. The 14-track album hits stores on October 25th and will mirror the sequencing of the original UK release of "Rubber Soul"

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

MTV Video Music Awards Latino America

MTV Video Music Awards Latino America - official site for the 2005 Latin American Video Music Awards on MTV. Includes multimedia as well as information on performers and nominees

They Fight Crime

They Fight Crime - intelligent pop music with some punk ethics from They Fight Crime, a band based out of Ipswich, U.K.

Galactic Cowboys

Galactic Cowboys - official site of the Houston quartet. Includes photos, MP3s, lyrics, and Galactic Cowboys news

Skateboard P

Skateboard P - official site for Pharrell Williams aka Skateboard P. Features news, mailing list, song samples, and music video samples


Myran - official site of Myran, otherwise known as M kid, or Mellow kid with bio, song samples, forum, and gallery


Whysp - good-natured prog-folk out of Santa Cruz, California

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Fiona Apple successfuly reemerges after hiatus

Most artists who went six years between albums, particularly a young, female singer, would be forgotten by audiences and dropped by their record labels. Somehow Fiona Apple, whether through her early promise as an artist or sheer tenacity, manages to emerge after a six-year hiatus, trouble with her record label and several producer changes with a great new album that builds on the career she established in the '90s and reveals the depth that age and time has given to her talent

Motorola announces groundbreaking music podcast

Motorola will release a podcast for its ROKR iTunes phone next week - one of the first podcasts on the planet to feature legally-licensed music from big name music acts. The company describes the inclusion of music - a major step the podcasting phenomenon - as: "Marking another step towards full legitimacy of a format frequently branded 'the new pirate radio'."

John Peel's legacy to be carried on in website run by his son

John Peel's son Tom Ravenscroft will carry the legacy of the great broadcaster and evangelise new talent on a website devoted to new music. The site has been created as a joint venture between John Peel's record label, Dandelion Records, and Universal Music. Ravenscroft will supervise the site, which will continue the work of his father who launched the careers of a pantheon of rock stars from Marc Bolan to The White Stripes during almost 40 years of broadcasting

Richard Pryor sues record label over sales

Comedian Richard Pryor has sued Universal Music Group for allegedly marketing and selling 11 of his recordings without a license. Pryor's suit, filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeks unspecified damages for unfair competition, conversion, unjust enrichment and other claims

The Party Party

The Party Party - remixed sound files have U.S. political figures singing such songs as White Lines, Imagine, and Sunday Bloody Sunday

Future Bible Heroes

Future Bible Heroes - official Future Bible Heroes site includes photos, press, news, and more

G-Love & Special Sauce

G-Love & Special Sauce - official site of the hip hop/rock group offers tour dates, audio, photos, and more

Casino Royale

Casino Royale - musicians for hire, Casino Royale plays "gogo/mod/spy/cocktail" music, playing hits from the '80s, '70s, and '60s. Available for weddings and events on the west coast, includng California, Seattle, and Las Vegas

Kristian Bredin

Kristian Bredin - Swedish composer whose work includes productions for chamber, vocal, and orchestra music. He has been part of composition courses and collaborations in Finland, France, and Norway and others

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Faster Louder

Faster Louder - Australian and international guitar driven music news, gig guide, interviews, and reviews

You Am I

You Am I - official site featuring band information, press releases, photos, and discussion board

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

A Life Once Lost

A Life Once Lost - official site of metallic hardcore band A Life Once Lost. With news, tour dates, multimedia, and discography


Scrabbel - official web site for the San Francisco-based duo Scrabbel who mix string sections with whimsical pop, early British invasion melodies, and electro blip beats

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Nine Lives

Nine Lives - punk rock from New York. Info on upcoming shows, releases, and tour dates

Dan Young

Dan Young - official site of the Phoenix, Arizona saxophonist Dan Young features his blend of jazz, gospel, and Christmas music

Monday, October 10, 2005

ROCKRGRL Music Conference 2005

The goal of the ROCKRGRL Music Conference 2005 is to promote, encourage and celebrate women's achievements in the music industry. With two nights of music showcases featuring female artists in all styles, a special Woman of Valor award dinner (this year honoring Patti Smith), two full days of panels, workshops and an artist-friendly trade show, the ROCKRGRL Music Conference 2005 is a unique and innovative event. Meet, mix and mingle in the beautiful city of Seattle - November 10-12

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Sheet Music Plus

Sheet Music Plus - now has over 387,000 sheet music titles including guitar tab, songbooks, scores, choral music and more. Violin, viola, cello and Christmas sheet music now on sale

Rhino Podcasts

Rhino Podcasts are downloadable weekly audio programs that include one or more segments. You'll hear from artists, industry figures, and Rhino insiders responsible for putting together your favorite releases. You'll hear the voice of Bob Lefsetz as he delivers a regular podcast edition of The Lefsetz Letter

Badfinger drummer dies in his sleep

The drummer of the first band to be signed to the Beatles' Apple record label has died. Mike Gibbins, 56, of Welsh group Badfinger, died in his sleep at his Florida home on Tuesday according to his official website

Saturday, October 08, 2005

New Music Tipsheet

New Music Tipsheet is devoted to keeping the business and consumer worlds up to date with information about upcoming music releases. New Music Tipsheet was created in 2002, as a result of a bunch of indie stores beating up Sperry Media to supply them with thorough new release data. We do everything we can to not only keep everyone up to date about the big releases, but to also turn on the Tipsheet readership to up & coming artists and personal favorites

Hamilton Camp

Hamilton Camp - official site for the late actor, singer, songwriter, and voice actor Hamilton Camp (aka Bob Camp)

Friday, October 07, 2005

Nic Harcourt

Nic Harcourt - music director at the influential Los Angeles radio station KCRW and host of the highly-acclaimed music programs Morning Becomes Eclectic and Sounds Eclectic

Lyrics Domain

Lyrics Domain - browsable, searchable database of song lyrics. Members can request and post lyrics

The Sun

The Sun - official site of the band The Sun. Site includes tour dates, videos, lyrics, audio, downloads, and more

Honey, Where You Been So Long?

Honey, Where You Been So Long? - MP3 blog of pre-war blues

Dancetracks Digital

Dancetracks Digital - online store for album and individual track MP3 downloads from independent artists, compatible with Windows, Macintosh, and all MP3 players

Thursday, October 06, 2005

American Idol Underground

American Idol Underground is an online community where emerging artists get their music heard and fans discover new music.

As an artist, you get guaranteed airplay on one of American Idol Underground's genre-specific Internet radio stations, a place to connect with fans, and the chance to win a demo recording package and other awards.

As a fan, you get to hear the next big thing before it becomes the next big thing. More importantly, you get a real say in what music gets airplay. And if that's not enough, the most active and accurate music judges can also win prizes and awards


Fluctu8 is a web based aggregator. The goal of fluctu8 is to allow users to keep up to date with a range of different audio sources, be it music or talk radio, world wide. Fluctu8 maintains a list of content sources and periodically checks the sources for new sound file releases / content. It publishes new sound files / content from the sources, and information about the sources themselves through the fluctu8 interface and presents this information to site users

Final Nominations List: 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards

Final Nominations List: 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards - complete nominee list for the 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Nominees include Bebe, Marc Anthony, Obie Bermúdez, Juanes, JD Natasha and Aleks Syntek

King Crimson

King Crimson - official site of the influential and innovative group King Crimson. Includes tour dates, releases, interviews, and more

Lewis Kaplan

Lewis Kaplan - official site of the international violinist, teacher, soloist, and aeolian chamber player, featuring information on upcoming performances and teaching assignments at the Juilliard School of Music, Bowdoin International Music Festival, and the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria - offering royalty-free music loops and sound effects for webmasters, game developers, and film makers

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Yewande CD Release Show

Yewande CD Release Show
The Temple Bar
1026 Wilshire Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA
Wednesday, October 19th
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The Spill Canvas

The Spill Canvas - official site of the rock band The Spill Canvas. Includes news, tour dates, videos, and merchandise


Swords - six musicians filling every sonic void with two guitars, bass, two drum kits, occasional vocals, electric piano, accordion, violin, and some well placed electronic effects


Smashbox - art/jazz/rock fusion from Calgary. Includes clips, press, and tour info

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

The KISS Podcast

The KISS Podcast - podcast showcasing rock and roll legends KISS. Includes tunes from every era of the band's history, live tracks, and covers by other artists

Monday, October 03, 2005

Eric Clapton offers his life story

Eric Clapton, hailed by many as the world's greatest living guitarist, may be about to land a chart-topping publishing deal worth at least 3.5m pounds. His agent is auctioning the worldwide rights to his life story to Britain's leading publishing houses and has given them until Wednesday to come up with the highest bid

Sunday, October 02, 2005


Fugees - official site from Sony Urban Music/Columbia Records for the Fugees. Features news, message boards, audio samples, and more

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Katrina Relief Concert

Survivors of Hurricane Katrina will get a day of pampering and entertainment, care of artists like Diddy, Jermaine Dupri and Gladys Knight. More than 2,000 survivors from local Atlanta Red Cross shelters will attend a Recycling Inspiration Weekend, sponsored by the Terrie Williams Agency, which will include a relief concert featuring Keith Sweat, Doug E. Fresh (Master of Ceremonies) and former BET "106 & Park" Host, A.J., salon and spa services, activities for children and free health risk assessments, including blood pressure screenings and wellness education. There will also be a Stay Strong "Group Therapy" session allowing survivors and friends to discuss their emotions over the past few weeks. There will also be fireworks for a grand finale. The event kicks off on Sunday, October 2 from noon to 8:00 pm at the Inspirational Estate (Freedom Drive), 2981 Mars Hill Road, NW, in Acworth, GA.


film - four piece alternative pop rock band from Athens, Greece, heavy on the bass guitar and female vocals, producing music with a motion picture soundtrack feel

The Devil and Daniel Johnston

The Devil and Daniel Johnston - documentary film by Jeff Feuerzeig that artfully melds current footage, vintage performances, home movies, and dozens of recorded audiotapes from Daniel Johnston's life

Jamie Lidell

Jamie Lidell - includes news, tour dates, and photos for the British performer Jamie Lidell, who mixes funk and soul with electronica

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Save The Hoodie

Save The Hoodie - promotional site for the November 2005 release of Lady Sovereign's single, Hoodie

Parliament Funkadelic: One Nation Under a Groove

Parliament Funkadelic: One Nation Under a Groove - companion site to the PBS Independent Lens documentary on P-Funk, the influential masters of funk

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Kate Earl

Kate Earl - Alaskan born and L.A. based singer-song writer. Features artist bio, photos, and news


Massari - official site of the Lebanon-born Canadian R&B star

Divine Brown

Divine Brown - official site of the soul chanteuse, with news, bio, diary, and media

Jully Black

Jully Black - official site of the Canadian singer. Includes news, diary, press, and lyrics

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Bruce Cockburn

Bruce Cockburn - official site of the Canadian singer/songwriter. Features a career-spanning listening room, tour dates, photos, and lyrics

The Like

The Like - Los Angeles rock trio influenced by the Sundays, Throwing Muses, and the Pretenders

WAV Magazine

WAV Magazine - magazine out of Los Angeles celebrating new music, art, politics, and subversive culture

Download Festival - USA

Download Festival - USA - featuring The Killers, Modest Mouse, The Arcade File, Doves, and more at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View on October 8, 2005

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Shania Twain: Beginnings

Although famous for her blend of pop and country, Shania Twain proves she's a rocker at heart with the release of Beginnings, a full length album recorded, written, performed with Paul Sabu (Heart, Madonna, David Bowie, Alice Cooper) in the early 90s. Released for the first time after it's recent completion, Beginnings is reminiscent of the hard-edged rock styling of Heart and Melissa Etheridge. Backed by Paul Sabu and Todd Herreman (Prince) the performance and production is world-class. Mastered by the renowned Arnie Acosta(U2, Pink Floyd, Bonnie Raitt). Beginnings perfects the only way an album was meant to be heard...big, rich, and dynamically amazing
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Friday, September 23, 2005

Operation Ceasefire

Operation Ceasefire, a free concert and rally to bring the troops home from Iraq at the Washington Monument on September 24, 2005, is pleased to announce the line-up of performers. The performing artists are from several different genres, including production masterminds Thievery Corporation, legendary guitarist Wayne Kramer of the MC5 with The BellRays, punk-rock bands LeTigre and Bouncing Souls, country music recording artist Steve Earle, independent artists Ted Leo + The Pharmacists, socially conscious hip-hop groups The Coup and Head-Roc, the duo The Evens (Ian Mackaye and Amy Farina), Grammy Award-winning African American female a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock, Latin punk rock group Machtres, and host Jello Biafra. Just added: Folk singer Joan Baez and the rock band Living Things

Wil Seabrook

Wil Seabrook - official site for the solo singer and former frontman for The Wil Seabrook Band

The MVPs

The MVPs - official site of the Southern California band that mixes rock, soul, latin, and dance rhythms

Liars Club

Liars Club - official site of the Saint Paul rock band fronted by Jordis Unga

Bona Roba

Bona Roba - official site of the New York City rockers fronted by Neal Carlson - offers daily guitar lessons for beginner and intermediate players. Routines feature chords, scales, and arpeggios with tablature and charts

EPG Instrumentals

EPG Instrumentals - audio CDs of original, royalty-free hip-hop instrumentals

Thursday, September 22, 2005


Spacelab - music news, reviews, interviews, and streaming media for indie rock, alternative, electronic, and experimental music

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Vince Neil

Vince Neil - official site of Motley Crue lead singer Vince Neil. Provides news, tour dates, photo galleries, and fan forums


Hedley - official site from Universal Music Canada. Features information and media for the Vancouver pop-rock band Hedley, fronted by Canadian Idol finalist Jacob Hoggard

The Fall of Troy

The Fall of Troy - official site of the progessive art-rock band Fall of Troy. Includes tour dates, news, journal, biography, and community

Saturday, September 17, 2005

The Figgs

The Figgs - featuring Elvis Costello-ish lyrics, dueling guitars, and a bass player who won't quit

Jerome Dillon

Jerome Dillon - features picture gallery, guestbook, chat, and more for the Nine Inch Nail's drummer


Ferron - official site of the Canadian singer/songwriter

Friday, September 16, 2005

Wide Mouth Mason: Shot Down Satellites

Wide Mouth Mason (WMM) is an R&B based, modern pop/rock, power trio, reminiscent of a modern day combination of trios such as "The Experience", "The Police", and "Nirvana"
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Thursday, September 15, 2005

Quiana Parler

Quiana Parler - bio, news, and contact information for the singer, vocal coach, and former American Idol contestant

Gee Davey

Gee Davey - official site. Find info, music, lyrics, links, and contact information

Little Brother

Little Brother - official site for Little Brother, the North Carolina-based rap group. Features news, videos, forums, tour dates, and more

Wreck Da Floor

Wreck Da Floor - dance competition featuring hip hop dancers going toe-to-toe for cash and prizes

Jazz Unlimited Band

Jazz Unlimited Band - music band offering indoor and outdoor performances for weddings, corporate and business conventions, cruise shows, and other special events

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Milken Archive of American Jewish Music

Milken Archive of American Jewish Music - vast recorded panorama of the rich body of Jewish music, both sacred and secular, that has developed over the course of American history


Nickodemus - official site of the Brooklyn band features audio samples, events schedule, bio, and links

Baby Mongoose

Baby Mongoose - super fun amalgamation of lo-fi, new wave, garage, and techno sounds

American Werewolves

American Werewolves - official site of the horror rock band


Nicolay - official site of the Dutch rapper features audio, biography, gig dates, and more


Nextmen - Cambridge-born production duo incorporating drum 'n' bass, dance hall, and classic soul

Gerald L. Cannon

Gerald L. Cannon - official site of the jazz bassist, composer, and painter

Jojo Mayer

Jojo Mayer - drummer and leader of the live drum and bass project Nerve

In My Life The Musical

In My Life The Musical - official site for the musical written and directed by Joseph Brooks. A musician with Tourette's syndrome and a journalist with obsessive compulsive disorder meet cute at a grocery store -- with some help from above -- and begin an unlikely romance

Sunday, September 11, 2005

HELP: A Day In The Life: Music that makes a difference

HELP: A Day In The Life: Music that makes a difference. 22 sensational tracks from Radiohead, Gorillaz, Razorlight, Manic Street Preachers, Babyshambles, Kaiser Chiefs, Belle & Sebastian, Go! Team, Bloc Party, Mylo, Tinariwen, The Zutons, Maximo Park, Magic Numbers, Keane, Hard-Fi, Emmanuel Jal, Elbow, Damien Rice, The Coral, George & Antony and last but not least Coldplay. Tracks are available in MP3, WMA and AAC formats so they will work with any computer or portable player. All proceeds to War Child

John Fogerty buries hatchet with former label

Former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty is returning to the record label that has been the bane of his existence for decades. Fogerty said on Friday he has signed with Fantasy Records, which was bought last December by Concord Music Group, the jazz-oriented label behind Ray Charles' hits duet album. His first release will be "The Long Road Home -- The Ultimate John Fogerty - Creedence Collection," a hits package due on November 1

About Records - a new independent Bay Area record label

A world-class group of recording industry superstars has launched a new independent record label, About Records. "Our team shares a vision about the next big thing in popular music," said About Records founder and CEO, George Daly. "The numbers confirm our instincts that the market for great songs -- those songs that stay with listeners for a lifetime -- is ready for popular explosion, and we plan to light the fuse. We are committed to discovering and developing those few rare artists who have great songs and compelling performances."

Saturday, September 10, 2005


BulletBoys - official site of '80s hair metal group the BulletBoys. Offers news, photos, tour dates, and merchandise

My Barbarian

My Barbarian - ironic rock opera ensemble My Barbarian mixes psychedelic keyboards, harmonized choruses, fantasy costumes, Broadway-style dance numbers, unicorns, and sass to create a new brand of entertainment they call "showcore".

The Morning After Girls

The Morning After Girls - Sydney-based band playing that mixes psychedelic sounds and melancholic melodies

Friday, September 09, 2005

Old Songs

Old Songs - offers monthly concerts and dances, bi-annual instrument classes and the annual old songs festival of traditional music and dance

Live Widespread Panic

Live Widespread Panic - offers live recordings of Widespread Panic concerts

Mr. Big

Mr. Big - official site of rock band Mr. Big. Offers news, lyrics, photos, and discography

Brad Gillis

Brad Gillis - official site of Night Ranger guitarist Brad Gillis. Provides news, audio clips, photos, and more

Cuban Link

Cuban Link - official site of Cuban Link. Features bio, forums, media, news, and tour dates

Tree Thirteen

Tree Thirteen - Chicago hip hop band melds singing and rhymes with samples and live instruments

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Astrella Celeste

Astrella Celeste is the daughter of sixties Icon Donovan. She has subsequently grown up surrounded by the industry and has worked with many well-known artists. Astrella has just completed a successful 26 date tour of the UK and is now in the studio finishing her debut album. She will be soothing your soul next summer

World Music Central

World Music Central - includes world music news, articles, CD reviews, editorials, tour announcements, and artist biographies

Megan Slankard

Megan Slankard - official site for the singer and songwriter. Includes news, biography, photos, music, and more

Howard Jones

Howard Jones - official site of the electronic musician, singer, and songwriter De La Soul De La Soul - official home of the literate rap group

Little Brother

Little Brother - Phonte, Big Pooh, and 9th Wonder form this Durham, N.C. rap trio

Ebony Eyez

Ebony Eyez - official site of the female rapper from St. Louis

Charlie Wilson

Charlie Wilson - official site of the R&B singer and front man for the Gap Band

Alexander S. Bermange

Alexander S. Bermange - official site of Alexander S. Bermange, British musical theater composer and comic songwriter

Badi Assad

Badi Assad - official site of the Brazilian singer, songwriter, and guitarist


Luke - official German website for UK-based electronic DJ Luke Slater. In German and English

Wednesday, September 07, 2005 - features African music Internet broadcast, DJ information, charts, events, and playlists