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Monthly Archives: May 2013

DJ Longers

May 29, 2013 D - E - F, Existing Artist Tips, J - K - L No Comments
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Diversity is what he delivers, dynamic is what he is, the champ is what they call him. DJ Longers London’s best kept secret is about to make is his debut onto the mainstream entertainment scene!

Personal DJ for the UK’s number one, Kojo the comedian also DJ Co Host on MTV Base Kojo’s Comedy Fun House. DJ Longers is currently the most sought after and hottest property on the underground DJ circuit. He has been an exponent player in the music game for over a decade and this shows by the skills he possesses to pack a lifeless dance floor.

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Ben Heyworth

May 29, 2013 A - B - C, Existing Artist Tips, G - H - I 1 Comment
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Manchester’s acclaimed alt-pop artist ‘This Morning Call’ unveils a new album to be released on Substream in June. The first single – Silent Film – comes out on April 15th.

Three years and several thousand miles after Ben Heyworth unveiled his inaugural LP, the acclaimed artist returns with a brand new album. Journeying into a multitude of landscapes and influences from the rainy streets of his Manchester hometown to the Berlin underground are more than audible.

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Bob Macciochi (aka ‘Macc’)

May 22, 2013 A - B - C, Existing Artist Tips, M - N - O No Comments
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Bob Macciochi (aka ‘Macc’) has been recording and mixing for over 20 years.

In addition to mixing for big-selling artists, Bob has seen his own music released regularly on vinyl, as well as him taking his live drum show all over Europe.

Bob enjoys working with music across all genres, from large hip hop labels to independent ambient, dubstep and drum n bass artists. He’s also mastered electrosynthpoppunk bands, extreme death metal albums, J-pop, commercial and local bands, the odd jazz band and all manner of other things.

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LA Sync Mission – Continued……

May 13, 2013 News No Comments

To connect solely yourself with the industry in this way would simply take an unthinkable amount of personal time and resources to make happen. The Bpi, UKTI and MPA come together to deliver a fab few days of activities. The potential for trade (at the time of writing) is seriously unrivalled by others offering similar introductions. The only other organisation we would recommend (at this moment) is NARIP and their Music Supervisor sessions http://www.narip.com.

The panels are packed with the industry’s leading figures sharing a no-nonsense insight into how things work.

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LA Sync Mission – Day One

May 1, 2013 News 2 Comments

Every year, along with the Music Publishers Association (MPA) and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) offices in London and Los Angeles, BPI hosts a three day event which sees an eclectic mix of UK independent music companies travel to LA to learn about the increasingly important sync licensing market, meet and network with some of the most important music supervisors and placement executives in the TV, film, advertising and computer games markets in Los Angeles.

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