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Unsigned Music Video Roundup

Unsigned Music Video Roundup

James Moore July 31, 2013 Comments Off

Recently I posted on the Independent Music Promotions Facebook wall asking for official music video submissions from our audience. The idea was to consider anything of high enough quality to recommend to the public.

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The Noise Beneath The Apple Announces Rockethub Campaign To Raise Funds For Recording Project Of “New York State Of Mind” Featuring Over 30 New York City Street Musicians

The Noise Beneath The Apple Announces Rockethub Campaign To Raise Funds For Recording Project Of “New York State Of Mind” Featuring Over 30 New York City Street Musicians

James Moore March 4, 2013 Comments Off

My friend and colleague Heather Jacks at The Noise Beneath The Apple, a favorite New York City-based music blog of mine, has launched a compelling/exciting Rockethub campaign with an inspiring goal (full details below).

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Why Music Fans Are Respecting Their Elders In 2013

Why Music Fans Are Respecting Their Elders In 2013

James Moore February 13, 2013 Comments Off

Music fans, more and more, are respecting their elders in the search for something a little…truthier. Often, when looking at current music trends, we forget to look at the whole picture, and end up

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Glenn Page releases solid track “Life Goes Past”

Glenn Page releases solid track “Life Goes Past”

James Moore June 17, 2012 Comments Off

A well-written song about regret, and well, the sadness of life and time, “Life Goes Past” is a solid musical outing from New Jersey singer/songwriter Glenn Page. Vocally and lyrically Glenn keeps his influences

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Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

James Moore May 16, 2012 Comments Off

Today’s exclusive interview is with up-and-coming folk/Americana singer/songwriter Putnam Murdock, whose album “Brand New Widow” has some stunningly good material.  Putnam, I enjoyed “Brand New Widow” especially for its patience and honest delivery. It

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Exclusive Interview with Folk Singer Songwriter Darlene Bailey

James Moore February 28, 2012 Comments Off

I’m privileged to have an exclusive interview with folk singer/songwriter Darlene Bailey, whose debut 2011 CD release “Wrenches & Rags” is already critically acclaimed because of her beautiful melodies, seasoned song-writing and deeply insightful

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Phil Jones plays “wisdom rock” for fans of Leonard Cohen, Mark Lanegan

James Moore February 18, 2012 Comments Off

Phil Jones is a lyric-driven rock singer/songwriter who hails from Kauai, Hawaii. He’s the type of artist I instantly respect because of the genuine nature of the music and the lyrics. He is naturally

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Dirk Lind shows wisdom and brilliance on “Division Street”

James Moore February 16, 2012 Comments Off

Dirk Lind is the type of honest singer/songwriter I respect. Not necessarily because he’s going to change the world or is exploring never-before-seen sonic territory, but because he’s contributing to what I feel is

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Chords of Truth – a brilliant lyricist and songwriter

James Moore December 30, 2011 Comments Off

Today I received a unique music submission from the acoustic solo project called Chords of Truth. I was steered towards a particular track until I began perusing the artist’s website and found something much

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Countless Thousands Are Happy To Be Here – Rock Revival pt 2

James Moore November 10, 2011 1

Countless Thousands are happy to be here, and it’s easy to imagine the world being equally happy to have them, starved as it is for genuine music and honesty without pretension. It`s rare to

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