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Underappreciated Artists: The Rembrandts

15th July 2015 2 comments

It’s a bit of a shame that the song The Rembrandts are best known for is I’ll Be There For You. Sure, it’s a fun song, but it’s also something of an anomaly when compared to the rest of their catalog. Those familiar with The Rembrandts know that members Danny Wilde and Phil Solem take […]

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Happy Weekend!

13th June 2015 2 comments

Hello lovelies. So very chaotic around Thirty Roses HQ these days. Our DJ Slugo article is still exploding in both the music and film industries, and our Pay-to-Playarticle from just a few days ago is being widely shared. As always, thanks for supporting us and our mission to empower and musicians. Is anyone playing or […]

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'Daft Punk Unchained' Release Details Announced

10th June 2015 No comments

After much ado we finally have official details on the much-anticipated Daft Punk documentary. Daft Punk Unchained is the first film to chronicle the music and career of the world’s most secretive duo. Billed as “the first film about the pop culture phenomenon”, Daft Punk Unchained shows the people behind the helmets as it delves […]

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Breaking Down the Kansas Bible Company EP Dad's Day

29th April 2015 2 comments

Kansas Bible Company is gaining press with articles in Nashville Cream and Paste and has a recent EP out called Dad’s Day.  No LP announced, but as they are touring, they are building credibility in the rock industry which is fickle to all but the most hardworking bands, no matter the talent, and they have […]

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Record Store Day 2015

17th April 2015 1 comment

Tomorrow (April 18) is the best holiday of the year; Record Store Day! As always, this year will see a myriad of exclusive releases from scads of artists which will only be available at local independent record shops. Some of this year’s highlights include: Death Cab For Cutie/Freedy Jonhston 7″ edition of Johnston’s 90s hit […]

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Impact of Music on Culture: Subconscious Style

13th April 2015 No comments

This article is about the manner in which musical style transfers to different musicians and the impact that has on the music they create. This is important because musical creation is influenced by not just genres, but by thoughts about genres, songs, originality, messages in music, and art. The first way is through the subconscious, […]

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Happy Weekend!

11th April 2015 1 comment

Here we sit, just south of nowhere, wondering if you’re as excited about next week’s Record Store Day as we are? We’ll share some info on special releases and events during the coming week but now, let’s start our Saturday with a bit of fun, vinyl stylee. Have a great weekend! ~XO

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New Rolling Stone Documentary Chronicles Willie Nelson's Journey Back to Austin

13th February 2015 No comments

Rolling Stone has released a new documentary on the legendary Willie Nelson as part of their new ‘Mastering the Craft’ film series. In its brief 11 minutes, the film speaks of Nelson’s journey from Nashville to Austin, explains why his beloved Martin guitar is named Trigger, and covers of the many trials and tribulations the […]

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Happy Weekend!

10th January 2015 1 comment

Happy, happy Saturday! I don’t know about any of you, but there are few things I find more fascinating than the effects of music on the brain. Not only is music education beneficial for numerous reasons, but the simple act of listening to music affects the brain. It has also been recently discovered that the […]

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