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German-born pop singer Fiona released the music video to her single "Up & Down" through her Youtube account last year, and the video has already garnered over 5000 views. The simplistic video serves as a very appropriate accompaniment to Fiona's pop-synth sounds. Featuring Fiona with her lover spending time on the beach, the video tinges with a bright, energetic vibe. Fiona herself wears a headpiece and is radiant in her array of colorful dresses. The single itself is a great mix of pop and Euro-dance. While Fiona claims clear influence from the euro-dance movement, her vocal abilities and musical style closely resembles that of mainstream American singers.
  • 31 May 2013
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The new single and video, "Reaching For The Stars", from Giovannie Pierre-Louise, known professionally as Gio, is a slow tempo number that is beautifully inspirational, encouraging, and reaches its goal of being serene, with soft but lyrically strong vocals connecting well with listeners. Fans of any music genre will be easily able to get into this song, because it has a style that simply defies categorization. In the video, Gio is sitting on a beautiful cloud, singing and reaching for her star. If she keeps producing songs like this, it's definitely not far out of reach. One's inspiration doesn't always have to come from somewhere else; if you don't look too far you'll see it within. From Gio, "as a child I always imagined that I was in this land of make believe, with this ever lasting beauty and always used this hairbrush as my microphone. I looked up to the ceiling as if it was beautiful stars while I was singing in my own imaginary world." That was what inspired her to do this song and video, the scene just as she imagined, by herself in the snow. http://www.itsgiovannie.com
  • 17 Jan 2013
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Rumbadoodle is the title track of the GRAMMY-nominated full length studio album of Arun Shenoy, exploring a bold new perspective of the gypsy rumba flamenco, combining elements of the traditional art form with a myriad of popular music forms. Recorded almost entirely live across the Globe, this record is an explorative journey, doodling across genre boundaries as we know it today, creating a unique and true masterpiece along the way. Arun Shenoy commented on the video: "Probably inspired by what I had seen from Pink Floyd's 'Pulse' I would assume to some extent. This component involved working with art director Roshni Mohapatra and the team at animation specialty house, Actuality Films in New York led by creative director Robert Capria. This led to very detailed and intricate artwork representative of each track on the album. The Afro-Cuban influence extends to the main album artwork as well. The 1950s American car on the cover is iconic of Cuba, a country cut off from the outside world after the Cuban Missile Crisis. The illustration plays like a black and white photograph and one splash of symbolic color - blue, the most characteristic of the sky, doors and cars in Havana. And the video also follows along the same vibe." http://www.arunshenoy.com/
  • 15 Jan 2013
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With a catchy, addictive tune, Barbara Kiss' "Catch Me" blends the best of pop rock and alternative and can easily become the next pop hit. The single's simple lyrics complements Kiss' innocent declaration of love. Her soft voice adds to the foot-tapping guitar rifts and is almost reminiscent of an 80s or 90s pop song, inspiring a great deal of nostalgia. The video features Kiss in black and white back-drops and her wardrobe widely varies. The transitions between a snowy outfit and a gothic get-up highlights the bitter sweet dichotomy of teenage love. The highly singable melody and fun video makes this a very enjoyable song. http://www.roadhousemusik.com
  • 20 Dec 2012
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With a catchy, addictive tune, Barbara Kiss' "Catch Me" blends the best of pop rock and alternative and can easily become the next pop hit. The single's simple lyrics complements Kiss' innocent declaration of love. Her soft voice adds to the foot-tapping guitar rifts and is almost reminiscent of an 80s or 90s pop song, inspiring a great deal of nostalgia. The video features Kiss in black and white back-drops and her wardrobe widely varies. The transitions between a snowy outfit and a gothic get-up highlights the bitter sweet dichotomy of teenage love. The highly singable melody and fun video makes this a very enjoyable song. http://www.roadhousemusik.com
  • 20 Dec 2012
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A club anthem is a song that everybody can instantly relate to. You can sing the hook because it's easy to remember, and dance to the song as well. And what could be simpler than the idea of wanting someone? Prince Malik's new single and video, "So Bad" tackles the issue in a very entertaining and danceable way. The video follows Malik as he's driving along. A beautiful tall woman in a red dress is crossing the street and they make eye contact, then she gives him warm smile. He immediately gets out the car and follows her to the VIP line into the club. The vocals have the current computer effects and the music track is a bass pounding electronica style. The scene cuts are tight with high def and attention to details like lighting, slo mo, and casting "A" list models. The production on both the studio track and the music video are excellent. How could something "So Bad" be so good? View it for yourself and see! http://princemalikrecords.com
  • 6 Dec 2012
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The video "Got A Light" by Bluerays Moonwalkers makes it abundantly clear that these guys have talent. The lead in the band pays great respect to Michael Jackson in the manner in which he pulls off his dance moves, and the inspired moonwalk which he has mastered. The video has an overlay of a shadow of Michael Jackson dancing. A vibrant blue light then enters the lab, where the lead singer, posing as a chemistry lab worker, is transformed by the light into an entertainer when the light enters his heart. This video has very clever use of symbols and special effects. Pop music fans in India should be very proud of this band who represents them so well and has such great potential. The music is uptempo with nice use of keyboards, and drums that are played with skill, responding well to the bass. The video edits are clean, and the locations include enthusiastic high tech workers, amazing trees, and dancing on rooftops with Jackson style choreography, and happy children. There's a future for this band if they want it, they just have to keep striving, These guys could go places. http://bluerays.bandcamp.com
  • 22 Nov 2012
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"Molly Ringwald Is Dead" is a video featuring the new song from Love Supine. It opens in the middle of a gathering of trees, as a mysterious sound heralds in the lead vocalist who is fading into view in the distance. The colors are almost black and white with a very washed out effect. In contrast, the rock band's down beat and the power chord of guitars bring this song to life. The singer is fascinated that the 80's teen star Molly Ringwald has opinions and thoughts that he didn't expect from her. The tempo is danceable, and the vocal style a bit like Fred Schneider of B52. The lead singer and guitar are the only players in the video, so there are effective cuts to the scene in synch with the music. "Molly Ringwald is Dead", has a dark humor to it, and should be perfect for Halloween. http://lovesupine.com
  • 20 Nov 2012
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Infiniteloop's video "No Place Like Home" begins with bright orange flares that burst in tempo to the beat as it cuts to a crowded club and Infiniteloop plays in black and white strobe. The lead singer has very interesting lyrics, "I wanna know how long forever lasts", and he's backed by a trio of drums, bass, and guitar. The contrast of the visual to the lyrics is an attention grabber. "There's no place like home you've got one", is being sung, while the video footage shows homes being blown away during atom bomb testing. As the song asks questions about if they could be happy together, the video cuts to the band in black and white, and the bomb testing footage is bathed in a deep burnt orange color. It has a good look to it, which is probably hi def. The alternative style has some clever audio inserts of old radio ad of the 1950's over the top female voice saying "Hit the record button". Dancing to this song will be fun because the mix and the tempo are perfect for turning up your speakers, and the song is an upbeat love song. The video production is excellent, and the editing, and graphic effects are brilliant. You don't have to be humble about this. "There's No Place Like Home" is a cool video, and one that is definitely worth watching. Infiniteloop has a very radio friendly sound to their vocals and music. The mix is clean, and the singer is easy to understand with his own unique style of phrasing. Job well done! Website: http://www.facebook.com/infiniteloopmusic
  • 20 Nov 2012
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Just one watch of "Never Listen to Rumours" tells you it's a who's who of British Rock Royalty displaying how it's done when you've got a great band, and each member has made a name for themselves: Casino Steel, Michael Monroe, Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), Martin Chambers (The Pretenders), Sami Yaffa (Hanoi Rocks), Verden Allen (Mott The Hoople) & Darrell Bath (The Crybabys). The video begins with the sax player jumping on stage with an incredible red saxophone. Before a word is sung, they are pounding out power chords and the band sings a vocal hook in unison. Visually, the band is complete with 3 scantily clad female singers; all the guys have their own style of stage clothes that emanate rock star swag, with 2 Keyboard players - one on piano, and the other on the Hammond Organ. Completing their wall of sound is tenor sax, 2 guitars, electric bass, and drums. The video captures their performance on a soundstage without an audience, but they play to the viewer. The song talks about friends you can drink with, but gives a warning that one must not trust everything people say. The groove is strong, and the attitude is street smart. The rock sax solo, and guitar all add to the great vocal performance from the lead singer - the impressive Honest Plain John. This one's a keeper!
  • 19 Nov 2012
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MusicDishTV: Virtuoso Drummers Billy Cobham, Thomas Lang & Luis Conte With ArtistWorks Napa California-based music education company ArtistWorks will premiere the ArtistWorks Drum Academy (ADA) with the debut of online schools from three of the world’s most accomplished, respected and talented drummers: world-renowned jazz and drumming legend Billy Cobham, drumming superstar/producer Thomas Lang, and Latin Percussion Icon Luis Conte. Launching on December 8th, both the Billy Cobham Drum School (BCDS) and the Thomas Lang Drum School (TLDS) will utilize ArtistWorks’ patent-pending video technology, allowing for two-way video exchange and interactive instruction to elevate online instruction to an unprecedented new level. The Luis Conte Percussion School (LCPS) will be added in January of 2012. Website: http://www.artistworks.com
  • 16 Nov 2011
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Cutting Edge's song "Your Love Is My Oxygen," remixed by Munroe, is a dance song with a distinct nineties feel. The remix is danceable, with a strong beat that doesn't overwhelm the listener. Already set up for a wave of nostalgia the viewer can expect a video full of bright effects, as well as a vast array of visuals. The video is reminiscent of early 1990's videos, which were sort of experimental; known for using shadows, and trance-like visuals. The video sets the scene of a packed club with flashing lights, and quick camera work. Throughout the video all sorts of effects are used; shadows, mirror imaging, slow motion, lens flares, fake clouds that fill the screen and transition from the shadowy lead vocalist to the throng of wild dancing club goers. Viewers may want to keep an eye out for the smoke that comes in during the last minute of the video! An interesting effect, that adds to the razzle dazzle visuals of the video. The video was directed by Ricky Rick, and produced by David Pesnell and Jimmy Fassler their main themes for this video were dancing and fun, which was evident, as they made good use of various dancers, full clubs, and a steady beat.
  • 10 Nov 2011
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Beijing-based Autumn Insects' music video "Gothic Dream" is the Grand Prize Winner for the MusicDish*China Music Video Competition
  • 5 Nov 2011
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The message of hope, peace and love for humankind and the fact that life is a gift that must be treasured in Julien Drolon's "No More Divisions" is emphasized by the accompanying video which features Julien singing and playing guitar among dancing, smiling kids of Childhope Asia Philippines. Aside from these adorable boys and girls, the video also includes shots of Julien and his band mates performing in the streets of Manila, as well as beautiful sunset scenes that add to the tone and ambiance of the song. Julien captures your attention with the song as the acoustic guitar strums into a catchy percussion groove with hand drums. A positive vibe pop tune that's fun to listen to, "No More Divisions" has clever tempo changes, solid playing, and meaningful lyrics. "No More Divisions" is an inspiring track on its own, made even more amazing with the endearing content and exceptional quality of what Julien describes as "the first chapter in our musical adventure." Picturesque, positive and filled with joyful children, our future, the song and video speak to the hope of better days to come.
  • 22 Oct 2010
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all music lyrics,instruments by Arsi Nami Co-Directors Dany Sery & Arsi Nami Produced & Edited by Arsi Nami Website: http://www.arsi.tk
  • 21 Oct 2010
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It's no secret that Rachel McDonald a/k/a "The Quick Hotness" can sing. But her latest video, "Return of Soul" gives Ms. McDonald a 5-minute opportunity to show off her acting talents as well. Looking like a short version of a 70's era blaxploitation film, the video features McDonald, director Biblical Jones, and a cast of characters acting out a Kung Fu themed intro. As the music plays, scenes coincide with the lyrics taking us back to a time when humankind was much...well, kinder and soul music was society's soundtrack. Winding up with a visual and vocal tribute to the long-running music show ‘Soul Train,' Rachel McDonald's video is just as captivating as the artist herself.
  • 6 Oct 2010
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Pennan Brae's new video, "Need You Now", is an energetic accompaniment to a quick-Paced little ditty from Brae's 2009 album 'Amber Glow.' Shot in Japan, the video follows a paper airplane as it flies through the streets and shops of Osaka, on its way to a young man's sweetheart. Injected throughout the video are close-Up shots of singer-Songwriter Pennan as he serenades into an electric blue mic and his guitarist strums along. Bright colors, lots of movement, and a heartwarming backstory make "Need You Now" a video worth giving up 150 seconds of your time for. Pennan Brae's video, 'Need You Now' was shot in the sweltering heat of Osaka this August, 2010. DIrected by Mogcat Productions, the premise is of a young man writing a love letter which he folds into a paper airplane & hurls in the air, hoping it finds his love. The paper airplane begins its hopeful journey for 'her'. It navigates crowds by the thousands, skips past planes, trains & automobiles & ventures in an arcade & music store, amongst other places. Pennan & Mogcat looked forward to uncovering attractive backdrops. Luckily, Osaka is full of bright lights & unique settings that only exist in Japan. The pair filmed on the roof of the highest spot in town. They captured a glass escalator 550 feet above the ground. The duo took for the tallest Ferris Wheel & timed their shots within the ride's big circle. They went underground for scenes in the Osaka subway system & filmed in the halls of an infamous 'love hotel' (ie; you can rent the room by the hour). Waived off by security guards & watched warily by security cameras, it was a non-Stop adventure from start to finish. & as day gives way to night, the paper airplane discovers its destination & lands at the feet of the girl for whom it was sent. As she opens the note, it reveals the title of the song & message of the author; 'I Need You Now'! Other Fun Facts: -2010 was the hottest summer on record in Japan since 1946 -Osaka recorded the hottest temperatures within Japan during the shooting of the video -2 Ferris Wheels were used in the video, 1 in Kobe & 1 in Osaka -3 locations were used; Kyoto, Kobe & Osaka Website: http://Www.Myspace.Com/Pennanbrae Don't you know I say I need you Yes I do Don't you know now that I need you Yes I do I need you now... Know the joy and pain Being by myself Felt the sun and rain Freedom and self-Doubt Now I've been through that Thought a time or two 'Bout my longings and desires To be with you I need you now... Now that you've tried To make it on your own What is rusted Was once a heart of gold As you decide To come back for a try Heard you whisper Beneath your alibi I need you now... All the things you do Time and time again Like the world they turn Back to you my friend If we pursue that path Which leads to our demise Its fruitless yield Would be as no surprise Let's buck the trend See with your own eyes
  • 1 Oct 2010
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