Awards like the CMT Music Awards, American Country Awards, Grammy Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and BMI Awards spotlight country artists from the United States and around the world. While many of these artists represent states like Georgia, Alabama, Texas, Oklahoma, and Tennessee, states like Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah have anRead More →

The second annual Calaveras Arts and Music Awards (CAMMIES) took place at the Copperopolis Armory on Saturday, January 15, hosted by Copperopolis-based producer Richard Varrasso, Valley Springs-based co-producer Event City Network, Murphys-based publicist and Murphys Witch Walk co-producer Christopher Buttner, along with a team of sponsors and volunteers. Sponsors includedRead More →

Award-winning South African musical artist Rhandzu Lucretia US-based singer-songwriter and producer Will Diehl in concert Award-winning South African musical artist Rhandzu Lucretia South African and American musical artists meet for a virtual collaboration between World, Pop, Jazz – Xitsonga and English – for songwriting during the pandemic. Working remotely withRead More →

Photo by Lindsey Byrnes Agender, the Los Angeles quartet, cooks up the kind of ravishing, restless post-punk that’s not for the faint-hearted. Describing themselves as creators of “schizo, synthetic, paranoid” music, their songs juggle feelings of existential dread and a powerful “fetishism of femininity”. Originally the solo project of AustralianRead More →

Music remains a great source of comfort, especially during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Since concerts and shows are too few and far between, musicians also spend time in recording studios, producing a lot of music. From Weeknd’s recently announced ‘Dawn’ album, 11 from Porcupine Treeand studio album after a hiatusRead More →

Liza Lim: “Singing in Tongues” Elision Ensemble (Huddersfield Contemporary Records) Over the past decade, Australian composer Liza Lim’s reputation has grown steadily, with consistently strong chamber and orchestral albums released on leading experimental music labels like Wergo and Kairos. “Singing in Tongues” brings together vocal and lyrical music written byRead More →

Meetings are always at the heart of music. Taking place sometimes between individuals or between groups, sometimes between whole nations, it is through human contact that we learn to play and listen. We combine old ideas; new ones appear. Just about anything taped for the commercial market today could beRead More →

Fender Musical Instruments Corp. launched Player Plus Studio Sessions: Powered by Fender. Amid lockdowns and social distancing, artists have struggled to find inspiration and support. Fender’s global program aims to fulfill the creative aspirations of independent artists around the world by bringing them back to the studio and providing themRead More →

Drew just brokeEngineer: Drew MeyerServices: Registration. mixing, mastering5417 Boone Ave N New Hope, MN 55428Specialty Genre: Hiphop/R&BMessage for ratesWebsite E-mail Studio GoodLookEngineer: Casey GoldenServices: Full studio77 13th Avenue NE suite 109 Minneapolis Mn 55413Genre Specialty: All forms of popular music (hip hop, rap, r&b, pop, etc.), commercial VO and audiobooksRead More →

By Chris Jancelewicz, and Katie Scott, May 1, 2018 10:10 a.m. There’s so much talent in Canada, whether it’s in comedy, theater or… any art form, really. Over the past few decades, Canada has truly become a musical powerhouse; it’s amazing how many times a Canadian musician topsRead More →

“To understand The streets, think first of young Briton Mike Skinner – aka the one and only member of the band – as the quintessential singer-songwriter, the kind that stands alone and makes music on its own. Now imagine him creating this music on a computer and mixing garage, reggaeRead More →