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In the 12th episode of This Week In Music, Ian Rogers sits down with Future of Music Coalition’s Kristin Thomson to talk about FMC’s initiatives. Future of Music Coalition is a national nonprofit organization that works to ensure a diverse musical culture where artists flourish, are compensated fairly for their work, and where fans can find the music they want. Included in the discussion are: 1. Why is FMC conducting this research? 2. What are the components of the research? 3. What kind of musicians are you studying? 4. It’s a global marketplace. Why just study US musicians? 5. Why should musicians and songwriters participate in the project? 6. What do you see as the outcomes of this work? 2:10 – Kristen Speaks of legal music practices, How artists become legal stake holders. 3:45 – How did you start the Future Music Coalition and where did you start? 5:15 – You guys did some reports on digital radio consolidation? 5:45 – How do you try to affect some change? 7:15 – Its pretty amazing, your sitting with policy makers and the FCC, what was it like to go from being in a band to sitting with policy makers? 8:45 – Has there been a moment when you thought “wow, we are making progress”? 09:45 – In traditional radio there is 0% paid out to artist, satellite may pay 7%- your trying to help get the money directly to the artist? 11:45 – Sound exchange will be some artists number 2 in respects to income. 14:00 – Whats the program look like this year? 15:30 – Its a huge problem when … Video Rating: 3 / 5
Official music video of 70 Millions by Hold Your Horses ! www.myspace.com/holdyourhorsesparis itunes.apple.com www.logre.tv email@example.com An entertaining and cheeky music video for 70 Million, hit song by Franco-American band, Hold Your Horses!, offers a wink at art history as band members playfully reconstruct famous paintings in an off the wall lyrical interpretation all their own. Clip de 70 Million, chanson du groupe franco-americain Hold Your Horses ! produit par L’Ogre, mettant en scène les membres du groupe dans un voyage à travers l’histoire de l’art.
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For this film, rather than making a direct homage to Basquiat’s work, the filmmakers decided instead to try to re-create the world, which spawned SAMO. NASA Is a DJ duo featuring Brazilian DJ, Ze Gonzales (aka DJ Zegon) and music producer Sam Spiegel (aka Squeak E. Clean), who are known for their collaborations with Kanye West, MIA, Santigold, David Byrne, Karen O and more. The duo came together with Brazilian-American producer Kool Kojak to collaborate on the track that also features legendary New York impresario Fab Five Freddy, who was recruited to do spoken word. A search for archival footage of New York from the era was undergone, then coupled with organic elements to add a sense of hand-made to the film. Animator Maya Erdelyi painstakingly painted and scratched hundreds of feet of vintage 16mm stock, which has been used as a visual bed for the film. Erdelyi and artist Alexis Ross did the SAMO/Fab Five Freddy texts and lettering by hand. Aaron Rose and filmmaker/animator Thomas McMahan then assembled of the final piece together in the edit. A film by Aaron Rose and Thomas McMahan Music by NASA featuring Kool Kojak and Fab Five Freddy Animations by Maya Erdelyi and Alexis Ross Like MOCA on Facebook: bit.ly Follow MOCA on Twitter: bit.ly +1 MOCA on Google+: bit.ly Video Rating: 4 / 5
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www.facebook.com www.twitter.com www.zionicrew.com From the album Deep Water Slang V2.0 Lyrics: Feel my finger paint Color to stimulate ya Rise relate ya Pass in love and nature Rhymes to break ya, take ya Up to the maker Away from the pain We feelin safer The liberate to rectify the soul Written in red, green, black Trim it with gold We been in war Hey man we seen it all before Got you feeling the fundamentals of flow toe-to-toe How we battle You can light the shadow Walking with You bring a barrage of marshmallow Yellow Words and word curse Lip style mellow Zion the lion-hearted fellow Bellow Finger paint you can hold the weight When the mind is great, then the soul create I reperate like I’m water when I change my state Mindscape to the next levitate Breakin all the shit that I don’t want to hold Makin all the *song birds* inside me flow *sowing* all the seasons *that* can make me grow And I’m breathing I’m breathing slow Breathe In…Out Feel my finger paint as the world spins Let my finger paint cleanse your sins My finger’s paintin’ all colors on your skin See my reflection in my brother, my twin I’m sparkin’ a light to your soul deep within You can hear the echo when I drop my pen The children hold hands under the rainbow Everywhere we go we bring the same flow Feel my finger-paint on my parabola Supernovas, nebulas, satellites My finger’s paintin’ all over the mic My finger’s paintin’ lightning when it strikes Bring down the rain, release the pain Master the craft … Video Rating: 4 / 5
Face paint art from artist James Kuhn’s 365 Transformations project. 61 Faces! and they are all me! except one :] Original Song by Bob Kuhn of the band “Dick Smith” “Hey James, You’ve Got Something On Your Face!” Check out Sept. Readers Digest, article about me on page 112!!!! Video Rating: 4 / 5
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