Stashimi Inc., a new LA-based music, news and entertainment group dedicated to saving our collective attention spans, today announced that it will be releasing its flagship mobile app in conjunction with a signature event series dedicated to supporting emerging artists.
Working with a diverse list of rising talents like Mr. Carmack, Terrace Martin, Jesse Boykins III, SOSUPERSAM, Yung Jake and more, Stashimi will host producer workshops, EP releases, intimate shows with incredible lineups, and a touring university lecture series with former NPR hip-hop podcast Microphone Check, created by Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest) and journalist Frannie Kelley.
"Artists drive culture, and Stashimi honors and reinforces that. Stashimi respects journalism, even thinks it’s necessary, but its allegiance is to the musician. And we second that emotion,” says Frannie Kelley and Ali Shaheed Muhammad.
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I'm trying to think of something to say in behalf of this song but nothing come's to mind .... It was a really hard song to work on as with all of my other songs .... I had to save each new version of it on my external hard drive because I was working this song to the maximum capability of my musical program ... A couple of times, it froze up my computer and I wasn't able to save the changes ... I had to perform some extra research through forums on how to deal with the tech problems that I was faced with but in the end, I just took out my trusty hammer and I then had another conversation with my 2007 Intel quad-core computer about who run's this household and who is the boss and who is the bitch in this relationship ..... I first demonstrated my hammer on my coffee cup .... which I always hated the color of anyway .... and then with the most sinister glare that I could muster up, I then turned to my computer and said "If I don't have this song completed and on Youtube before the rise of the new moon .... you will be watching the rise of the new moon from outside .... all crammed up in the recycle bin while wearing this coffee cup on top of whatever is left of your circuitry .... You BUBBLY HEADED BOOBY !!!!! ...... Computers always heed to the voice of reason ..... The song is now done .... and I also now drink my coffee from a beer can.
Brace yourself for a mealtime you won’t forget! Dogs across America are licking their chops over the Mix Mania campaign from Mars Petcare, which encourages dog owners to MIX IN wet food with dry kibble and LOOK OUT for a full-on freak out from their furry friends. Actress, musician and animal lover, Kristin Chenoweth, has joined the Mix Mania madness, lending her voice to hilarious videos showing frenzied freak outs and mealtime craziness.
Consumers can join the fun by visiting MixMania.dog where they’ll find lip-smackingly delicious recipes, PAWsome content and a unique remix station where they can share their dog’s freak out video and have it remixed with a hysterical voiceover from Kristin Chenoweth.
The campaign highlights freak outs at their best with serious slobber and overjoyed pooches captured in slow motion videos. The long form video shares a taste of the mania, and a series of short form videos with outrageous voiceovers from Chenoweth leaves consumers begging for more.
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A smart musician will always keep a secret stash of songs tucked away for when he needs them and this little gem was one of my first attempts at composing Electronic Dance music back around 2006 which means that this 10 year old song will be my first upload for 2016. What I loved about this song was that I had no idea as to what I was doing being that I had never composed a song like it before. It almost made me want to dance but I opted instead for just sitting down and drinking a beer when it was done.
With the 125th Red Kettle Campaign well underway, donors and supporters of The Salvation Army have rallied in pursuit of a new way to give to those in need: by entering their #RedKettleReason video for a chance to win The Salvation Army’s first-ever Giving Spree Contest. After five finalist videos were selected, and tens of thousands of votes from the public, the results are in.
Fifteen-year old Maddie Bonocore from Overland Park, Kan. was named the winner, receiving a paid trip to New York City to shop for toys and necessities for a local Salvation Army children’s program. Maddie shopped for the Kansas City Children’s Shelter, which provides shelter care for children unable to remain in their homes due to a family crisis, or issues of abuse and/or neglect.
Actor, producer, musician and Salvation Army supporter Nick Cannon helped announce the contest and joined Maddie for the shopping event. Highlights from the event were featured on TODAY.
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A wonderful musician and friend of mine has recently departed from our world and is now starting his new life under God's great care and guidance. Nikos will do very well in Heaven and will even delight the angels with his goodwill and music. "I am reaching out to you now from this world Nikos to present you with my gift of this song for you. The melody came to me immediate in my grief. Now with great joy, I embrace you as my eternal friend. There is no end for you now my friend Nikos. Only eternal bliss and fulfillment..... I suppose that I will have to behave myself a little bit more if we are to meet again and go fishing as I have promised.
PS my friend. I do not own a flute, nor did I have any simulated flute sounds that I could use for this song and so I came up with the idea of recording the sound of the timer from my microwave and by stretching it out, I believe that I now have a most beautiful flute sound. You always did call me your crazy artist friend. I suppose that this proves it. Take good care of yourself Nikos. Eternally your crazy artist friend.. Steve.
Mexican-American singer-songwriter Becky G and Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and musician Raquel Sofia are taking you for a ride at two of the summer’s biggest music festivals – Lollapalooza and Outside Lands.
Powered by the Toyota Corolla, these artists will share their journey through real-time social media content. The series, “Musica y Destinos con Toyota,” kicked-off on Friday, July 31 with Becky G (@iambeckyg) sharing her musical experience at Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago. The iconic festival featured a diverse range of musical acts, including Paul McCartney, Sam Smith and Metallica.
During the three-day event, Becky G met with Gogol Bordello, a Gypsy-punk band known for their authentic energy and theatrical stage shows. Highlights from the meet and greet were shared via Facebook @ToyotaLatino and @BeckyG, and Twitter @iambeckyg. The artist also captured short videos of her adventure through her story on Snapchat, available to followers.
And the musical ride continues this weekend when Sofia joins Toyota for the Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco, Aug. 7-9. The three-day festival features performances by Billy Idol, Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons, Axwell & Ingrosso, Twin Peaks and Clasixx, to name a few.
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Look's like I got my 1000 Subs ....plus 1 and I've had this one standing by just for the occasion. I want to thank you all, especially to those who have taken the time to check out my channel description that read's "My name is STEVE"...cap-lock on that one... "and I am a musician from Windsor Ontario" and to all those who have noticed that all of my songs are written by Stephen Hereford....That's me...Steve...Stephen...My friends call me Steve. My dept collectors call me Stephen. Herfortz was a username that I quickly came up with when I first enrolled to this site and back then I was thinking "Username...username.... Herefred?... Herefarts?.... Stevefarts?.... Stevefortz?... Herefortz?... Therefortz?.... Herfortz...Why not?"
So by now you should all know who I am.....which could be useful to me in the event that I should ever forget my own name.
Vandell’s debut record takes its namesake from that same title, one
that has been hard-earned by Vandell over years of intense work. The
African-native instrumentalist has released one of the more intriguing
and eclectic instrumental records thus far this year on the indie
scene. What makes the ‘One-Girl Symphony’ so interesting is Vandell’s
hand over a vast array of genres. The record style-hops with ridiculous
tact, shifting from classical influences to rock and roll and blues in
seamless movements. Speaking of which, there actually are movements.
Her debut album is broken into four autobiographical sections of three
songs each: Teenage Turbulence, The Formative Years, Return to
Innocence & Hope, and Empty Promises to Broken Hearts.
there are unexpeced things frequently happen.( Max Phong, Poy Kim, Tuan Keyl, Bao Ho, Bao Duong) Written & Directed by Max Phong, Executive Producers Max Phong, Produced by Max Phong, Poy Kim CAST Max Phong-Pugilist, Poy Kim-musician, Tuan keyl, Bao Ho, Bao Duong ♦My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/max.phong♦My Instagram: https://instagram.com/maxphongg/