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Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself is tranquil, relaxing, “chill”, minimalist, expressive, peaceful music for solo piano, composed and performed by Juan María Solare. This music can be “used” for meditation, study, learning, sleeping, relax or praying. Keywords: New simplicity, Neoclassical, Post-Romantic, Instrumental.

The album Solitude is Oneself presents three music pieces, each in two versions: for electric piano (Rhodes) and for acoustic piano (Steinway). Therefore the six tracks…

Don’t see any negative aspects in Solitude. In Spanish there is only one word for Solitude and Loneliness (namely “Soledad”). Loneliness is a state of isolation, without dialog, feeling abandoned and without external points of reference. But I conceive Solitude as a highely creative state, in which one is faced to what one actually wants to achieve, with one’s thoughts, with one’s self.

1) Never Underestimate the Difficulties of Simple Things. Lots of times I have seen this in several persons – and in myself: when something is simple, easy and uncomplicated, we tend to underestimate it too much and its hidden difficulties end up tackling us. We leave to the last moment a text that seems easy to learn, and we do not assimilate it as we could. Or a chess game that is (really) won, but we feel over-confident, we play with superficiality, we make slight mistakes one after the other and lose control of the situation.

2) Too Much But Still Not Enough. The title aludes to current life in those human groups or societies that put an extremely strong stress in performance/efficiency at all costs, at any price. If you don’t get first prizes always, non-stop, you are a nobody. If you get a second place in a maraton where a thousand participated, your only merit is being the best of the losers. If you are the subchampion / runner-up of anything, nobody will remember you in a few years. This obsession for all or nothing leads to high levels of anxiety. All that you do is too much for your (mental, affective or physical) health, but anyway not enough for the system.

3) Waiting for Perfection is Waiting Forever: There are several forms of perfectionism, and some are harmful, noxious. We expect from others, or from ourselves, a perfection that belongs to an angelic world, not that of human beings. We hope that our partner does not have shortcomings or defects (Prince Charming Syndrome), we expect our teachers and parents to answer all our questions, we expect that our children have a perfect discipline, we hope to do an immaculate, faultless, unobjectionable job, always. Some human beings can do it (they can be called geniuses). For many others, such expectation can be a burden that slows us down, that undermines our energy, our motivation, our confidence in our strengths. The excess of perfectionism can paralyze. (Of course, the absence of any wish to improve is equally harmful.)

The ArtWork (Cover Art) of Solitude is Oneself shows a human face (concretely the composer’s) faced simmetrically to its silhouette, in black. This illustration alludes to the title. It is oneself (the person) facing his own solitude, his internal misterious being. A real human facing his own shadow. It is not a negative shadow: is the shadow of which Shamanism speaks, the own shadow from where one draws strength.

This album was released on Friday 17 August 2018 on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon mp3 and nearly all streaming platforms you can imagine.

Love Tidal? Got Tidal:

These piano pieces are dedicated to Mr. Cadmiel Pérez from República Dominicana.

Find the sheet music in SMP, Sheet Music Plus (very reasonably priced: 3 dollars)
www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20791799?aff_id=565049

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Shortly Before Sunset: guitar music – Juan Maria Solare

Shortly Before Sunset: guitar music – Juan Maria Solare

Shortly Before Sunset:
A thoughtful, simple, melodic piece for unplugged fingerstyle acoustic guitar. The romantic recollections of an urban cowboy, alone at the end of the journey. No complications, no fancy packaging, just a nice piece of music.

Release Date on Spotify etc: 9 November 2018
Label: Janus Music & Sound
UPC: 5054526625914
Genres: Instrumental & Easy Listening

www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H129VLH

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Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself is tranquil, relaxing, “chill”, minimalist, expressive, peaceful music for solo piano, composed and performed by Juan María Solare. This music can be “used” for meditation, study, learning, sleeping, relax or praying. Keywords: New simplicity, Neoclassical, Post-Romantic, Instrumental.

The album Solitude is Oneself presents three music pieces, each in two versions: for electric piano (Rhodes) and for acoustic piano (Steinway). Therefore the six tracks…

Don’t see any negative aspects in Solitude. In Spanish there is only one word for Solitude and Loneliness (namely “Soledad”). Loneliness is a state of isolation, without dialog, feeling abandoned and without external points of reference. But I conceive Solitude as a highely creative state, in which one is faced to what one actually wants to achieve, with one’s thoughts, with one’s self.

1) Never Underestimate the Difficulties of Simple Things. Lots of times I have seen this in several persons – and in myself: when something is simple, easy and uncomplicated, we tend to underestimate it too much and its hidden difficulties end up tackling us. We leave to the last moment a text that seems easy to learn, and we do not assimilate it as we could. Or a chess game that is (really) won, but we feel over-confident, we play with superficiality, we make slight mistakes one after the other and lose control of the situation.

2) Too Much But Still Not Enough. The title aludes to current life in those human groups or societies that put an extremely strong stress in performance/efficiency at all costs, at any price. If you don’t get first prizes always, non-stop, you are a nobody. If you get a second place in a maraton where a thousand participated, your only merit is being the best of the losers. If you are the subchampion / runner-up of anything, nobody will remember you in a few years. This obsession for all or nothing leads to high levels of anxiety. All that you do is too much for your (mental, affective or physical) health, but anyway not enough for the system.

3) Waiting for Perfection is Waiting Forever: There are several forms of perfectionism, and some are harmful, noxious. We expect from others, or from ourselves, a perfection that belongs to an angelic world, not that of human beings. We hope that our partner does not have shortcomings or defects (Prince Charming Syndrome), we expect our teachers and parents to answer all our questions, we expect that our children have a perfect discipline, we hope to do an immaculate, faultless, unobjectionable job, always. Some human beings can do it (they can be called geniuses). For many others, such expectation can be a burden that slows us down, that undermines our energy, our motivation, our confidence in our strengths. The excess of perfectionism can paralyze. (Of course, the absence of any wish to improve is equally harmful.)

The ArtWork (Cover Art) of Solitude is Oneself shows a human face (concretely the composer’s) faced simmetrically to its silhouette, in black. This illustration alludes to the title. It is oneself (the person) facing his own solitude, his internal misterious being. A real human facing his own shadow. It is not a negative shadow: is the shadow of which Shamanism speaks, the own shadow from where one draws strength.

This album was released on Friday 17 August 2018 on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon mp3 and nearly all streaming platforms you can imagine.

Love Tidal? Got Tidal:

These piano pieces are dedicated to Mr. Cadmiel Pérez from República Dominicana.

Find the sheet music in SMP, Sheet Music Plus (very reasonably priced: 3 dollars)
www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20791799?aff_id=565049

Consider liking the corresponding Facebook page
www.facebook.com/Solitude-is-Oneself-2124350890922489

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Fitzsimon And Brogan Break Boundaries On “Big Blue World”

Fitzsimon And Brogan Break Boundaries On “Big Blue World”

Track list:

1. Big Blue World – 2:42.

2. The Cutest and the Cruelest – 3:37.

3. Blue Velvet – 4:02.

4. The Downing Pool – 3:15.

5. Girl in a Gilded Cage – 2:36.

6. One Minute Every Hour – 4:35.

7. Venus in Reverse – 4:50.

8. Someone I Know – 2:29.

9. The Wounds are Healing – 3:59.

10. God Given Right – 3:03.

The duo of Londoners Neil Fitzsimon and Bee Brogan have been developing a pretty respectable career in recent years after their exodus from Pretty Blue Gun and after going through several labels, which makes the very positive receptions of their work much more fascinating. Add to that equation guest musicians that played for the likes of the Moody Blues or Eric Clapton and you have Fitzsimon and Brogan, now presenting a very great compilation of Pop Rock tracks in their brand new album, Big Blue World.

What makes this collaboration so appealing is the fact that they cannot be pigeon-hold like the vast majority of Pop Rock bands that are always proliferating in the business and that is something that can make a huge difference. Naturally, they come from the English music scene, where versatility and experimentation is always there almost by default, which is quite helpful for that. They are not only focused in making great songs, but they also have that curiosity to stretch artistically that makes musicians great.

So, what do have here in Big Blue World? Just by looking at the cover we can tell that we are not going to find a typical album: the image of Earth broken in two, almost giving “birth” to a new one, is as powerful as modern album covers can go and they show a level consciousness that is quite different to the usual Pop bands in the business. Album covers can’t make an album good or bad, but their goal is to amaze or at least intrigue the potential listener and this one does just that.

The great thing about the music on this album is the fact that each track is its own musical entity; you can find a wide variety of influences here and that makes for a much more compelling and intriguing listen. For example, God Given Right, the last song on the album, evokes some early 80s influences like The Clash and then you hear something like Blue Velvet, that has a few Folk influences and you can’t help but to be amazed at the fact that such opposites influences are coexistent in the same body of work.

One point I would like to signal is the fact that modern Rock musicians tend to tone down their ferocity and not have that kind of raw appeal that the great bands had back in the day; while I cannot dare to declare that Fitzsimon and Brogan have the same venom than, say, the Sex Pistols, I can safely say that they have a bit more of roughness going on than the average modern band and that is something worth celebrating–the modern Rock scene needs a bit more of that.

I will admit that one part that truly got me about this album was the fact that it has thick layers of guitar that just sound incredible with headphones; the production is top notch and that is another point to take into consideration when analyzing this album because it gives a little bit of balance to what is such a varied musical effort.

At the end of the day, Fitzsimon and Brogan’s Big Blue World is a pretty talented, varied and fascinating album that is worth having in your collection. If you are the kind of listener that likes Pop Rock, but also wants something a bit more musical, then this is the best choice for you.

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Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself is tranquil, relaxing, “chill”, minimalist, expressive, peaceful music for solo piano, composed and performed by Juan María Solare. This music can be “used” for meditation, study, learning, sleeping, relax or praying. Keywords: New simplicity, Neoclassical, Post-Romantic, Instrumental.

The album Solitude is Oneself presents three music pieces, each in two versions: for electric piano (Rhodes) and for acoustic piano (Steinway). Therefore the six tracks…

Don’t see any negative aspects in Solitude. In Spanish there is only one word for Solitude and Loneliness (namely “Soledad”). Loneliness is a state of isolation, without dialog, feeling abandoned and without external points of reference. But I conceive Solitude as a highely creative state, in which one is faced to what one actually wants to achieve, with one’s thoughts, with one’s self.

1) Never Underestimate the Difficulties of Simple Things. Lots of times I have seen this in several persons – and in myself: when something is simple, easy and uncomplicated, we tend to underestimate it too much and its hidden difficulties end up tackling us. We leave to the last moment a text that seems easy to learn, and we do not assimilate it as we could. Or a chess game that is (really) won, but we feel over-confident, we play with superficiality, we make slight mistakes one after the other and lose control of the situation.

2) Too Much But Still Not Enough. The title aludes to current life in those human groups or societies that put an extremely strong stress in performance/efficiency at all costs, at any price. If you don’t get first prizes always, non-stop, you are a nobody. If you get a second place in a maraton where a thousand participated, your only merit is being the best of the losers. If you are the subchampion / runner-up of anything, nobody will remember you in a few years. This obsession for all or nothing leads to high levels of anxiety. All that you do is too much for your (mental, affective or physical) health, but anyway not enough for the system.

3) Waiting for Perfection is Waiting Forever: There are several forms of perfectionism, and some are harmful, noxious. We expect from others, or from ourselves, a perfection that belongs to an angelic world, not that of human beings. We hope that our partner does not have shortcomings or defects (Prince Charming Syndrome), we expect our teachers and parents to answer all our questions, we expect that our children have a perfect discipline, we hope to do an immaculate, faultless, unobjectionable job, always. Some human beings can do it (they can be called geniuses). For many others, such expectation can be a burden that slows us down, that undermines our energy, our motivation, our confidence in our strengths. The excess of perfectionism can paralyze. (Of course, the absence of any wish to improve is equally harmful.)

The ArtWork (Cover Art) of Solitude is Oneself shows a human face (concretely the composer’s) faced simmetrically to its silhouette, in black. This illustration alludes to the title. It is oneself (the person) facing his own solitude, his internal misterious being. A real human facing his own shadow. It is not a negative shadow: is the shadow of which Shamanism speaks, the own shadow from where one draws strength.

This album was released on Friday 17 August 2018 on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon mp3 and nearly all streaming platforms you can imagine.

Love Tidal? Got Tidal:

These piano pieces are dedicated to Mr. Cadmiel Pérez from República Dominicana.

Find the sheet music in SMP, Sheet Music Plus (very reasonably priced: 3 dollars)
www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20791799?aff_id=565049

Consider liking the corresponding Facebook page
www.facebook.com/Solitude-is-Oneself-2124350890922489

juanmariasolare.com/solitude_is_oneself.html

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Hughie Mac releases Great Songs, Pt. 3

URL: www.hughiemac.com/

Singer Hughie Mac has been quietly building a mammoth reputation as one of the last true blue lounge singers in America over the last few years, and his new record, titled Hughie Mac Sings Some Great Songs, Pt. 3, is by far his most exquisite and accessible offering to date. Styled for fans both young and old, Great Songs, Pt. 3 is one of the most affectionately simple and unfiltered glimpses into a subgenre of pop that has been grossly overlooked in recent years. Vocal standards have never sounded so concise and cutting as they do in the clouded musical climate of 2018, and Hughie Mac is just the man to bring them back to the surface.

It’s not easy to make some of the songs included on Hughie Mac Sings Some Great Songs, Pt. 3 sound fresh and non-recycled, but Mac’s individually tempered vocal style splashes a colorful texture onto these tracks that didn’t exist beforehand. He nimbly dispatches tunes like “Hello Mary Lou” and “I Have Dreamed” as if they were his own written word, and there’s never any need to question his ability to tackle virtually any composition and come out victoriously. His abilities are incalculable, but his self-control as an artist is really something to marvel at.

There’s a magnetism in Hughie Mac’s voice that is so easy to get completely lost in. I get the idea that he could sing almost anything, be it a Dean Martin classic or a few pages out of my mom’s recipe book, and make it into a gold standard without having to give much effort. Regardless of how hard he has to try, it’s clear in Great Songs, Pt. 3 that Mac never gives less than 110% of himself when he enters the studio, and we never get the impression that he’s trying to fill up space or woefully connect narratives in this LP.

I think that Hughie Mac would also sound awesome in collaboration with a live jazz band or even something a little more classical by design; he has so much versatility and knowledge of musicality that his options are practically limitless when considering what he might record next. He’s got the dexterity to do more complicated songs, but he also has the relaxed charisma that it takes to really make a slow song or a stripped down ballad feel larger than life. Finding songs for Mac to play isn’t the problem; the real challenge lies in finding ones that are up to the pedigree of his facilities.

The future looks overwhelmingly bright and positive for Hughie Mac and his career in the wake of his new album’s surprising (to some) success, and my gut tells me that he’s only just begun to show us what he can do when he’s got all the necessary recording tools at his disposal. Mac isn’t looking for his musical identity, but he also isn’t afraid to try new things and see what sort of opulence he can render as a result. If his next record contains the same level of showmanship that this one does, his status as a rising icon in this era of music will be solidified and impossible for even the most discriminating of critics to deny.

I-TUNES: itunes.apple.com/us/artist/hughie-mac/1173657813

Clay Burton

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Mikey See drops new Single

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From a critical standpoint, American indie pop has never been more enthralling than it is right now, and eclectically stylized artists like Mikey See are the precise reason why. Like many of the other gems of 2018, See is creating his brand of rhythm from scratch, honing talents that have long been buried within his psyche and developing them using techniques that go against the grain of what traditional pop musicians have employed in the past. In “Love My Body,” the explosive single from his highly praised debut EP, See invokes all of the raw sexual energy of funk and exotic jazz minus all of the pomp and frills of radio pop, and in a complete twist of irony ends up creating something that is more appealing to mainstream ears than anything the establishment has rendered in the last half decade.

When I listened to “Love My Body” for the very first time, I knew that I was listening to a surefire hit for both See and the highly competitive southern California scene that he’s conquering at the moment. From the very start of the song, there’s a brutally catchy backbeat that grabs our focus and leads us around like a young pup on a leash. Mikey See gradually pours the rhythm through the speakers, and before we have any time to assess what’s taking place, we’re completely engulfed in the white hot heat that drives the chorus. I can’t say for certain, but I feel like anyone, even the most dedicated of wallflowers, would have a hard time resisting the urge to bust a move to this single.

INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/iammikeysee/

Mikey See comes off so composed in this song that I could have been easily convinced that he was working on his second or third album rather than pushing a debut release. He doesn’t sound like the typical first-timer in the studio; there isn’t any nervousness, unneeded bells and whistles or the feeling that he’s holding back from unleashing his full potential. It’s just Mikey See, a microphone, a melody and us, and that combination is the perfect formula for creating something that is both magically innovative and divinely ancient at the same time. He’s onto something good, and anyone with a pair of ears could tell you that he’s going to make a fortune with it.

If you haven’t heard his self-titled debut or for that matter aren’t familiar with Mikey See and everything that he’s doing both in and out of music right now, “Love My Body” is the perfect jumping off point to get familiar with his persona as an artist and as an individual. There are plenty of reasons that I could list as to why I think we’re witnessing the birth of a real star in See, but I’ve always found it annoying when critics like myself try to play lawyer for an artist that we believe to be relevant to the future of music. Instead I’ll just tell you to give “Love My Body” a spin at the soonest possible occasion. Trust me, it will be well worth your time.

SPOTIFY: open.spotify.com/track/2UfDvBn3H8B0VaTPFIq8qx

Clay Burton

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Emily Perry

Emily Perry

At just 19, this incredibly talented artist/composer/dancer powerhouse, has exploded onto the music scene. Set to be the next household name – not only here in the US but in her home country of Australia and even the UK where her music is creating a storm of interest.

In late 2016, Emily released her debut single, SUGARCOATED, a collaboration with talented Australian producer Alius. Sugarcoated, with a blaze of bold, vibrant sounds and exotic pop/electro blends reflected the confidence of an artist truly on the rise. Supported with a remix package, the song was played in clubs worldwide and received airplay in the US reaching #40 on the Mediabase Activator Chart.

Emily’s second single, BOOM, produced by 2011 Grammy Winners, the Jackie Boyz was released in late August 2017. With Emily’s unique tone, a hook that hangs around long after listening and a remix package led by 2016 Grammy Winner Dave Aude, Boom peaked at #9 on the Billboard Dance Chart and established a worldwide fan base for its young artist.

Her third single, WALK IN SILENCE, continued the buzz in industry and media after being debuted at the famous BB King’s in New York at the prestigious Pre-Grammy Soiree. Armed with an outstanding remix package, Walk In Silence headed straight to the Billboard Dance Chart peaking at #13.

Emily’s next single, SUMMER ON LOCK, supported with an international remix package, was released mid-2018 and peaked at #9 on the Billboard Dance Chart. The song “jumped the pond” and rose to #3 on the UK Commercial Pop Chart proving its international appeal. With a hook you simply can’t forget, a cool beat and dance moves to match, it was a red-hot summer hit and was the lead song for her debut tour, The Summer On Lock Tour which saw Emily performing across North America for the summer.

Emily has been invited to join the High School Nation Fall Festival Tour which will see her perform to more than 40,000 teenagers across North America over 5 weeks in October/November.

On a personal note, Emily has been singing and dancing from the time she could talk and walk, performing in her first concert at just four years old and she hasn’t stopped since. While her spare time was filled with dance, vocal and drama classes along with competitions and performances, it was acting which first presented itself professionally and Emily made a name for herself starring in various film and television projects. Emily spent her teenage years attending a Performing Arts High School in Australia, honing her triple threat skills in Los Angeles and completing a full-time professional dance course.

Emily now shares her time between the family home in Sydney and her new home in Los Angeles.

www.theemilyperry.com

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Alicia Grimes, YouTube Star, Signs with AWAL/Kobalt Music. Highly Anticipated Single, “Beautiful”, drops on October 26, 2018

Alicia Grimes, YouTube Star, Signs with AWAL/Kobalt Music. Highly Anticipated Single, “Beautiful”, drops on October 26, 2018

Alicia Grimes, YouTube Star, Alternative, POP, EDM Music Artist Signs with AWAL/Kobalt Music on August 25, 2018. Her Highly Anticipated Single, “Beautiful”, Feat. Mario Fernando Martinez will be released on October 26, 2018 and distributed to over 200 territories worldwide and to all the key digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes,TouchTunes, Phononet, NetEase, Cloud Music, Amazon,Google Play, Deezer — and many more

Official Website: aliciagrimesent.weebly.com
Twitter – twitter.com/aliciagrimes71
Instagram – instagram.com/aliciagrimes71
SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/aliciagrimes
YouTube – youtube.com/aliciagrimesent
Spotify – open.spotify.com/artist/4VPajxKM9qYa0lhluirq68
Facebook – www.facebook.com/Alicia-Grimes-205959576094155/
Famous Birthdays – www.famousbirthdays.com/people/alicia-grimes.html

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Top 10 Billboard Artist Emily Perry Joins 2018 High School Nation Fall Tour, Visiting Schools in 13 U.S. Cities

Top 10 Billboard Artist Emily Perry Joins 2018 High School Nation Fall Tour, Visiting Schools in 13 U.S. Cities

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(LOS ANGELES) – OCT 2, 2018 – With two Top 10 Billboard charting dance hits under her belt, acclaimed pop singer and performer Emily Perry has joined the High School Nation Fall 2018 Tour, embarking on the 25-date national tour across America.

Perry will join the tour on its first date, kicking off October 15 in Chicago. The tour will then take her to 12 additional cities across the U.S., including the D.C. Metro area, Atlanta, Orlando, Houston and Baltimore among others. The tour will conclude in Dallas on November 16.

The High School Nation Tour, which was started in 2004, is an annual music festival that brings some of the industry’s leading musicians to high schools across the country, along the way raising funds and awareness for better access to music, arts and sports in public schools.

Perry will perform on the festival’s main stage on all 25 dates.

Past acts featured on the High School Nation Tour have included Silento, Plain White T’s, Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, Drake Bell, Symon, Justine Skye and more.

Originally hailing from Sydney, Australia, Perry has found incredible success in the States over the last year, since releasing her first single, “Sugarcoated.” At just 19, she’s had four hit singles, two peaking at #9 on the Billboard Dance Chart with “Boom” and “Summer On Lock,” and her third single, “Walk In Silence,” reaching #13.

Her songs have been remixed by the likes of such music luminaries as DJ Hector Fonseca (Sia, Lady Gaga, Rihanna) and Grammy Winner Dave Aude (Bruno Mars, Adele, Beyonce).

The list of dates for the High School Nation Fall 2018 Tour are as follows:

• October 15 – 19, Chicago, IL
• October 22 – 23, Baltimore, MD
• October 24, Washington, DC
• October 25, Fairfax, VA
• October 26, Alexandria, VA
• October 29 – 30, Atlanta, GA
• October 31 – November 1, Columbia, SC • November 2, Charleston, SC
• November 5 – 6, Jacksonville, FL
• November 7 – 8, Orlando, FL
• November 9, Tampa, FL
• November 12 – 14, Houston, TX
• November 15 – 16, Dallas, TX

For more information on Perry, visit www.TheEmilyPerry.com.

For more information on the High School Nation Tour Fall 2018, visit www.highschoolnation.com.

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Remembering Tom Petty – Michael Gaither

Two videos and a couple of “this just in” shows for October.

It’s SO hard to believe that it was exactly a year ago today when we were all reacting to the sudden, tragic (and unfortunate/necessary) loss of Tom Petty. “Musical Hero” is an understatement. Petty starting making records (remember records?) not too long after I started buying them. He’s also one of the reasons I started writing. In this quite toxic environment of disagreement and opinions we seem to live in (I’m not going there), Tom Petty is still one of the few things everyone can agree on.

That said, I’ll keep this short. Here’s me and the band covering “Learning to Fly”. Seems appropriate. I’m also dropping in my little tribute song, “Always a Friend of Mine,” in case you missed it the last time around. This solo version was recorded on KPIG right after I wrote it last year on the day he passed. There’s also a nice, full-band take on it with me and My Best Friends in the music player on our new band page.


“Learning to Fly”


“Always a Friend of Mine (for Tom Petty”)

Besides that, two shows suddenly dropped in for the month. Wanted to share, and hope you can make one or both of them.

Saturday October 6th
Discretion Brewing / 703 41st Ave, Suite A, Soquel

An all-day voter registration drive and a celebration of Discretion’s new can release, “ParticIPAte”. We’ll be in trio mode (me, Eliza James on harmony, and Greg Abelar on bass) from noon to 2:00pm. No cover.

Sunday October 21st
Crystal Bay Farm / 40 Zils Road, Watsonville CA

Our first time at this GREAT local organic farm. (It’s pumpkin season, ya know). Joshua Lowe kicks off music at 1:00pm, followed by us (me, Eliza, and Jeff Baker on percussion.) No cover.

Thanks again for all the support. Be nice to each other, and don’t forget to spin “Damn the Torpedoes” today. And tomorrow. And…

Michael

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In/Vertigo presents “Bad Enemy”

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To the critics who would say rock n’ roll hasn’t had a pulse in ten years and further that those who try and resuscitate its life force are wasting valuable talent, In/Vertigo presents “Bad Enemy” a blistering new single from their upcoming debut extended play, out everywhere that independent music is sold this autumn. A lot of my peers in the journalism community have been in love with this idea that rock is dead, hip-hop is dead, even pop is dead, but I for one have never bought into any of it. The underground is where all music lives and breathes regardless of the industry, and that’s exactly where In/Vertigo came together and found that they could be pretty brilliant when they put their heads together.

Looking for real rock amidst all of the chaotic white noise occupying the FM dial lately hasn’t been easy for the novice listener, but in reality it’s been right where it always was – existing just beneath the surface of commercialism where nothing can tarnish its pure relentlessness. In the Canadian wilderness, In/Vertigo found inspiration to make music as bold and beautiful as the nature around them, and their hometown of Calgary has seen their sound expand into a gargantuan powerhouse over the last couple of years. Now the group is ready to make the leap into the big leagues, and although this is only their first ever recorded song, I think that we’re bearing witness to the rise of an unstoppable giant.

“Bad Enemy” is dangerous and mischievously confident in its warring momentum, but more than anything else it’s In/Vertigo’s attitude that really makes this a standout song for the year. Vocalist Reed Alton is one of the more physical frontmen in the game right now, and not only does he spellbind us with his nimble navigation of the complex construction of “Bad Enemy,” he actually creates a lot of sincere melody along the way. Alton doesn’t compete for all of the glory though with guitarist Shaddy Elsaghir, who competently bludgeons us with one cruel riff after another, nor bassist Duncan McCartney and drummer Keaton Byfield who handle things on the backend with expert level care. Together these cats are making enormous waves, and Americans are bound to start feeling the mist in the coming months.

I’ll have to see them live and in person to know for certain, but if In/Vertigo’s sound translates onto the stage as well as it does through the speakers of my headphones then this could be the hottest touring act of the 2020s. I’ve been a harsh critic of the live rock circuit for the last half decade because it’s felt like no one was putting everything into their performances anymore; that isn’t the case with this crew. If anything, In/Vertigo put themselves out there so much that their vulnerability could be construed as avant-garde when stripped down to its bare bones. In either case I plan on finding out for myself what the secret is to their success, and I’m sure the band will give me plenty more material to study in the next couple of years ahead.

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Clay Burton

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New Lyric Video From Top 25 Roots/Folk Artist James Lee Baker

New Lyric Video From Top 25 Roots/Folk Artist James Lee Baker

The Colorado-based singer-songwriter has released the official lyric video for his New Music Weekly charting single, “Cowtown Blues.”

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, October 3, 2018 — Colorado roots/folk singer-songwriter and Top 25 FolkDJ radio chart artist, James Lee Baker has released the official lyric video for his current single, “Cowtown Blues.” The song is currently charting on the New Music Weekly country chart. Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usGG1wbZ7EY.

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ABOUT JAMES LEE BAKER: A classically trained musician, James Lee Baker fuses influences from acoustic singer-songwriters like David Mead, Ellis Paul, John Gorka, Gregory Alan Isakov, Bob Dylan, and Slaid Cleaves. He embraces open tunings to create an unconventional but welcoming sound and timbre to his playing. Trained briefly by Richard Gilewitz, a renowned fingerstyle guitar player, James Lee’s fingerstyle guitar playing is rich and melodic, pulling listeners into memorable motifs and atmospheres.

In 2017, Baker released a Texas-inspired full-length project called “Home Again.” Harnessing his experience in technology, Baker recruited talented studio session musicians, accessing performers from Los Angeles, Canada, The United Kingdom, and Denver. “Home Again” is a Country-flavored Americana album, rich with instrumentation like dobro, lap steel, fiddle, and harmonica.

In March, he released an EP of Folk/Americana songs called “The Canadian River.” The single of the same title placed #23 on the FolkDJ radio charts in April of 2018, and the song “Two Cageless Birds” went on to be selected for the John O’Hara Songwriting Performance Grant.

James has played at several prominent venues including the Whiskey A Go Go in Los Angeles, The Fox Theater in Boulder, and Swallow Hill and The Walnut Room in Denver.

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Two new remixes for uplifting track ‘Our Road’

Two new remixes for the uplifting track ‘Our Road’

Traveling the same way music travels. This was TerraNation’s original inspiration during a trip to Rome for the uplifting ‘Our Road’ release. Now, we present two exciting remixes which transform the atmosphere though still maintain the essence of the journey.

MNK highlights the strength with a bigroom edit. The refined dynamics create impact, he then switches things up by dropping in a killer bass section.

“The atmosphere was brilliant and this melody is so beautiful.” MNK

Michel Dogniaux brings a minimal style with a deep and compelling mood. There are lovely, delicate moments which are then overturned entirely with the hard dance sections.

“I wanted to go wrong and offer a piece more relaxed compared to the original version that was bouncy.” Michel Dogniaux

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Final Judgement

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4 song demo by the band Final Judgement from Philadelphia, PA

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