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  • indie rock Archives - Music Connection Magazine
    but with similarities subtle enough to keep the Read More Live Reviews Magazine Reviews September 7 2015 by Vincent Stevens Live Review Evan Roth at The Mint Material Combining elements of piano rock indie rock and R B Evan Roth has found a unique sound reminiscent of Coldplay His vocal melodies which travel Read More Live Reviews Magazine Reviews April 16 2015 by Ellen Woloshin Live Review Dark Waves at Bowery Ballroom The Players Nick Long vocals guitar Chris Greatti guitar backing vocals Ian MacGregor bass Jared Shavelson drums Material Los Angeles based Dark Waves brought their own Read More Magazine Music News Signing Stories April 14 2015 by Andy Mesecher Signing Story Kerchief Surviving in today s over saturated industry is no easy feat Having seven years experience touring with artists like Sick of Sarah and Taking Back Sunday however Read More Cover Stories Magazine March 2 2015 by Andy Kaufmann Echosmith on Songwriting and Success Any musician will tell you that chemistry between players is the most important component in creating a band When the right musicians find each other Read More Live Reviews Magazine Reviews January 21 2015 by Vincent Stevens Live Reviews Alexz Johnson at the Bootleg Theater The Players Alexz Johnson lead vocals guitar Patrick Droney guitar backup vocals Maxwell Butler keyboard backup vocals Kyle McCammon bass moog backup vocals Garrison Johnson Read More Reviews August 20 2014 by Ted Jamison Live Review Cody Digerolamo Universal Bar Grill North Hollywood CA Contact codydigerolamo at gmail com Web codydigerolamo com The Players Cody DiGerolamo Material Songwriter multi instrumentalist Cody DiGerolamo brings a varied set of rock Read More Uncategorized March 19 2014 by Music Connection USA Songwriting Competition Winner American Authors Hit No 1 Go Platinum Brooklyn s American Authors the winner of the 18th Annual

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  • John-Michael Parker Archives - Music Connection Magazine
    Critiques Live Reviews Album Reviews New Gear Reviews Book Review Industry Contacts Home Posts Tagged John Michael Parker Tag John Michael Parker 7 6 Magazine New Music Critiques NMC of the Week Reviews March 28 2016 by Music Connection Unsigned Artist Great Caesar Plenty of upside for this crafty spirited NY based band in which vocals play a prominent role Frontman John Michael Parker has an engaging voice and he Read More Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians the music tech community and industry support services Contact Us 3441 Ocean View Blvd Glendale CA 91208 818 995 0101 contactmc musicconnection com Latest Posts ArtistMax Paid Scholarship Freebie archive 4 22 16 Friday Freebie Archive April 29 2016 KONGOS and The Strumbellas to Co Headline at Music Biz 2016 Latest More Industry News April 29 2016 Signing Story MAKUTA Latest Magazine Music News Signing Stories April 29 2016 Music Gear Review EastWest Solo

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  • Live Review: Evan Roth at The Mint - Music Connection Magazine
    beats but holds back when necessary Kertes fearlessly lays down bass licks that make you want to move Unfortunately Forgey s subdued playing doesn t come up to par with the rest of the band s overall musicianship His one note vibratos could be supplemented with open chords which would sustain more prominently in the music Performance The artist played a bold and dynamic set to an intimate audience Despite a few hiccups with the microphone Roth persisted to perform and entertain like a professional The tempo changed when he sat down at the upright piano to play Silhouette a ballad of sorts with an upbeat chorus that caught on quickly His energy boosted as he transitioned into Coldplay s Clocks which meshed incredibly well with his sound All the instruments minus the guitar were perfectly balanced and complementary The songs screamed for guitar chords effects and frequent strumming from Forgey From Roth s performance it was evident that his music emotes with his lyrics The mostly nostalgic lyrics fit with the compositions Roth closed the set with Walk Away an upbeat original but encored with Finale which brought the mood down and detracted from the powerful ending of the previous closer Summary Evan Roth has a gift for songwriting and a conditioned voice He should master successfully incorporating synthesizers so that they complement the music Fusing his slower material with the upbeat tracks will allow him to grow his fan base Players Evan Roth lead vocals piano synth Stewart Forgey guitar synth Mallory Roth vocals Erik Kertes bass Matt Oloffson drums Venue The Mint City Los Angeles CA Web evanrothmusic com Tags erik kertes evan roth evan roth music evan roth the mint indie rock live music live music los angeles live music review live music the mint los

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  • Autumn Owls Sign To Epitonic - Music Connection Magazine
    new material and Epitonic dug it They d been tinkering with the idea of turning Epitonic into a label says vocalist Gary McFarlane We d been in contact with Justin Sinkovich Epitonic head and he kept checking on how we were getting on Ultimately he asked us if we d like to be the first band to sign to their label America is what we re interested in and where we want to play so it was a great link into the US What s interesting about the band s deal is that there s nothing in writing The agreement is merely oral done on a handshake But such deals are not unknown Remember New Order and their famous non deal with Factory Records It s a partnership really McFarlane observes There are benefits to both parties It helps us because of their experience contacts and distribution It helps them by shining a spotlight on the label There s a belief that the album is going to have an impact It ll turn people on to Epitonic and their website Epitonic was established in the late 90s as an indie music website clearinghouse Autumn Owls are the first band they re working with as they expand into the role of record label Between Buildings Toward The Sea had a European release on Oct 16 Oct 23 in the States The band are currently playing a number of shows in and around Dublin Tags adam browne autumn owls Between Buildings epitonic gary mcfarlane indie rock rob putnam Toward The Sea will purtill Previous Story Players 10 Tips for Scoring the Big Next Story 7 Tips How To Give a Great 0 Shares Music Connection Published since 1977 Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians industry pro

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  • Unsigned Artist: Alicia Grimes - Music Connection Magazine
    be intriguing and at times haunting a curious if primitive hybrid of alt rock and hip hop essences that seem to be on to something fresh At 1 51 the acoustic guitar laced Lost Gone has chord changes and a vocal lean that reminds us of alt rocker Courtney Barnett as it follows a nice mournful groove Say I Do is equally stark and acoustic including piano and a hauntingly out of tune mandolin note or two but with vocal FX a la T Pain Love You has chord changes a bit too similar to the previous songs and shows this artist still has work to do to expand on her talents Contact iamterrell5 gmail com Web soundcloud com aliciagrimes Seeking Label Booking Film TV Endorsements Style Indie Pop Indie Rock Alt Rap Tags alicia grimes indie pop indie rock unsigned artist Previous Story Unsigned Artist Thrice Authentic Next Story Unsigned Artist Tony Elder 0 Shares Music Connection Published since 1977 Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians industry pro s and support services Music Connection exists to serve artists and music people to offer connections to the unconnected and to provide exclusive information that can help our readers take their music to the next level Related articles Live Review Wavy Maze at The Barber Sharp Live Reviews Magazine Reviews September 21 2015 NMC Artist Gabe Kubanda Magazine New Music Critiques Reviews July 6 2015 Live Review Cody Digerolamo Reviews August 20 2014 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs

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  • New Gear Review: Eventide H9 Max - Music Connection Magazine
    effects from TimeFactor ModFactor PitchFactor and Space stomp boxes plus a new looper H9 MAX has 45 effect algorithms and over 500 factory presets from the seminal Eventide Harmonizer based effect patches heard on hit records spanning the last four decades But using H9 MAX with the included H9 Control app for Windows OSX or iOS wirelessly via Bluetooth allows you to create and manage presets plus command live control over multiple H9s all from your desktop H9 MAX owners can share these algorithms with up to four additional H9s on a single Eventide com account The H9 MAX sells for 799 MSRP bit ly H9MAX Barry Rudolph is a recording engineer mixer who has worked on over 30 gold and platinum records He has recorded and or mixed Lynyrd Skynyrd Hall Oates Pat Benatar Rod Stewart the Corrs and more Barry has his own futuristic music mixing facility and loves teaching audio engineering at Musician s Institute Hollywood CA He is a lifetime Grammy voting member of NARAS and a contributing editor for Mix Magazine barryrudolph com Tags audio engineering eventide h9 max music connection music connection magazine music gear reviews music magazine new gear review new music gear new toys stomp box studio Previous Story Signing Story The Jack Kerowax Next Story GigSalad One Year Featured Membership Freebie 0 Shares Barry Rudolph Related articles Album Review Band of Skulls Himalayan Album Reviews April 1 2014 Rush At Honda Center Rock Walk More Industry News January 22 2013 The Second Summer of Love Party More Industry News April 22 2015 Our Sponsors Newsletter Signup Sign Up Friday Freebie Weekly Bulletin New Issue Partner Offers Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between the street and the elite Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication

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  • Music Connection Takes Over Winter NAMM 2016 - Page 2 of 5 - Music Connection Magazine
    gracious and key sponsor They re really good guys and I like the sounds And they have to me one of the best devices that s come out today The H9 is a product that I stand by MC Tell us a bit about that Wimbish It s almost like Jesus came down and blessed somebody with an effects pedal that I personally like Eventide is one of these companies that does really high end stuff and they ve been doing it for years And it s almost like this is a toy for them it s like Oh okay we can make a pedal and we can make it really really good for everybody so I just fell in love with it I met the guys who came by my house in the early stages when they were still putting algorithms and patches together and I was like Man this is gonna be a total game changer For me personally I was the kid that used to plug in my bass into an Echoplex and wah wah pedal and fuzz boxes trying to emulate all my heroes and Eventide put all of that in these little devices I like to use in one small box that I can run on my iPhone or my iPad It s amazing So I ve personally been able to explore more with it but not just that I like to turn my friends on to what s going on I m not the kind of guy that takes the basketball plays the game and then I go home but my friends are still there and wanna use the ball and I take the ball home I m like No Let me turn my friends on to this pedal Victor Wooten Roy Futureman I ve got them engaged in it and a lot of other folks who have seen me use it and they re like Man that s kinda cool As a bassist you get full range frequencies coming out of the bass that s in another lane than guitarists between the harmonics and low end frequencies you can really hear the pedal in my opinion at its fullest cause of the range of the bass For me it s been a total game changer MC Sounds like you re really passionate about helping young artists What kind of career advice would you have for artists that are looking to be sponsored Wimbish First of all just believe Find your lane find your tone find your own imprint Listen to everybody obviously cause that s what we all do One of the things is just be patient You have to be in the ballpark to get a hit you can t be in the stands talking about swing so find a way to get into the ballpark whether you re around the people that are inspiring you people that you re digging So as you re younger nowadays you have many opportunities to

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  • Mooke Utilizes Eventide H9 - Music Connection Magazine
    a new method of notation so that others can eventually perform the work There is also a page that contains screen shots of the Effects settings that I ve personalized These include positions of the expression pedal allowing for greater control within each effect For example the final section of the piece which I call Window of Opportunity utilizes the Shimmer algorithm The resulting harmonization and rhythm grow out of the single line melody I also use Resonator HarModulator and Vintage Delay throughout the piece and other algorithms throughout the recording I have also had to create notation to incorporate a dedicated looping device There are times when I use the loop as a rhythmic ostinato and there are also times when it s used to trigger a single event as indicated in the music notation Throughout the recording I use layers to build sonic complexity on top of the original loops Because of the way I integrate the H9 and other effects processors in my music it s become important to create ways of notating the precise settings and in some instances the actual resultant sound i e playing one note while using a particular digital delay setting can result in a ping pong stereo echo effect or triggering a harmonic progression with a simple melody For more visit eventideaudio com Tags eventide Eventide Audio Eventide H9 Martha Mooke Previous Story Gifts Under a Grand 2015 Next Story Ultimate Studios Inc Hosts Toys For Tots 0 Shares Music Connection Published since 1977 Music Connection magazine is a monthly music trade publication catering to musicians industry pro s and support services Music Connection exists to serve artists and music people to offer connections to the unconnected and to provide exclusive information that can help our readers take their music to

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