Spoon Continues to Grow with 'They Want My Soul'

5th August 2014 No comments

They Want My Soul Album on Grooveshark Spoon is well known for their great social commentary, rhythm guitar, and general love of modern music. Meaning they create something positive out of what is often lackluster in modern music. From the depths of his life in the first four albums, all the way to the current […]

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Meanwhile on the vt…

14th July 2014 1 comment

Lots of great music on our partner site, the vt blog recently! There was a track from Stone and Space which they described as a “Bollywood remix.” The duo used a Bollywood film dance number and perfectly synced their track to match it-great stuff! The vt has also featured videos from our beloved Emily Danger, […]

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Artists We Love: Supersmall

25th March 2014 2 comments

While artists regularly send us music, something about a the description of a band that recently emailed us was intriguing: An Irish/Israeli folk band. Interesting, right? We had to listen! The Irish part of the band comes from singer/songwriter/emailer Colin Dempsey, the Israeli half from drummer Daniela Schiller. Both are storytellers and their tunes and […]

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The Good and Bad of the Grammys

30th January 2014 1 comment

If you’re looking for a recap of winners or sharp tongued critique of what starlet wore what gown and was paired up with which celeb, this isn’t the place for you. This was my first Grammy season as a member and it seemed an appropriate time to share a couple of observations on what the […]

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Spending Money on Your Band’s Marketing and Promo

26th November 2013 No comments

*This article was originally written for Think Like a Label. I’ll be posting some of my favorite and most popular pieces for TLAL here on Thirty Roses with kind permission from Think Like a Label owner and editor Jeremy Belcher. While the D.I.Y. ethic and aesthetic is a wonderful thing, it can only take you […]

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If Linda Chorney isn’t Your Hero, She Should Be

14th October 2013 No comments

The name Linda Chorney probably seems familiar to those who closely follow the music industry and/or awards shows. Chorney’s nomination for Best Americana Album in the 54th GRAMMY Awards caused something of a frenzy. Her album, Emotional Jukebox, hadn’t sold millions of copies. She didn’t have a string of unavoidable singles getting constant radio play. […]

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