Friday, October 23, 2009

Here's My Middle Finger MUSIC VIDEO. By Female R&B Artist JAE CAMILO


New York, NY-October 20, 2009- You have never seen a more sexier and musical way to beat up a cheating man. Award winning Female R&B artist Jae Camilo set's the bar higher, in a passionate,sexy, theatrical, display in her first music video Here's My Middle Finger, off of her debut self title album.

Signing to New Day Music Group, Inc. July of last year. Here's My Middle Finger was the first single release by her production and management company. Catching some music critics by surprise, from not putting out a water down club track singing about the same things ever body else is, Jae Camilo came blazing, with a personal, sexy female anthem. Produced by the CEO of New Day Music Group Keyz, he is quoted by saying "This is a video, that taps directly into the emotion and heart of a person, who has been betrayed, every one can relate" With Jae always wanting to push the envelope, they link up with Emmy award winning Director TJ Films and scratch out a new look, which Jae calls, psycho sexy. Hold on to your seats, and watch out for those knifes.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Joe D'Ambrosio Management Have Producers And Engineers In Studios All Over The World

It seems that Joe D'Ambrosio's clients - some of the world's top recording engineers and producers - are keeping the studios of the world busy - as 15 different masters of their craft announce October projects..

Tony Visconti producing Lucy Woodward (Verve),

Hugh Padgham producing indie UK rockers, Lo-Star at Sofa Sound Studios, London,

Mick Guzauski mixed Boyz II Men (Decca) upcoming CD and Andrea Bocelli's "God Bless Us Everyone" lead single from his latest Sony CD,

Joe Zook mixed the upcoming albums by Dashboard Confessional and OneRepublic and is currently mixing the debut release for Tamar Kaprelian (Interscope) as well as Kate Voegele's next single, "Inside Out",

Jay Newland is producing Sly Johnson's debut (Universal France) after producing/mixing Maurane's upcoming CD and Eddy Mitchell's upcoming release,

Rich Travali is mixing the upcoming Robin Thicke (Interscope) CD and several singles for Toni Braxton (Atlantic),

Thom Monahan is in Northern California producing the debut by Leopold and his Fiction and the upcoming release by Johnny Irion and Sarah Lee Guthrie. Most recently, he's produced and mixed releases by Vetiverand Au Revoir Simone,

Larry Gold just completed writing arrangements for Rick Ross, Kid Cudi, Angelique Kidjo, Cheryl Cole and Kat Deluna. He's in now with T-Pain,

Vic Florencia, Juno-winning Best Engineer mixed Five For Fighting'supcoming Slice (Columbia/Aware) and is currently mixing Justin Nozuka's upcoming album (Glassnote) from Concrete Jungle Studio in Toronto,

Dru Castro remixed Michael Franti's "Say Hey (I Love You)" single for Urban radio at his Atlanta studio and celebrates his co-production and mix of K'Jon's "On The Ocean", a five-week Billboard #1 Urban A/C single. He's in now remixing Anjulie's "Rain" (Concord),

Lawrence Manchester recorded and mixed Danny Elfman's score for Ang Lee's film Taking Woodstock and produced music for Michael Moore's latest film, Capitalism: A Love Story. He is currently working with Elliot Goldenthal on original music for his upcoming film, The Tempest,

Thom Cadley is mixing Third Eye Blind Acoustic Live NYC project in 5.1 surround sound,

Mario McNulty just got off the road doing live recording for the final dates of the Nine Inch Nails tour and is in mixing the upcoming release for Laurie Anderson (Verve)

Rob Mounsey scored the film, Citizen Jane, for The Hallmark Channel, arranged the single, "Maybe Tomorrow," from Michael Jackson's Remix Suite III EP (Universal/Republic), arranged Trisha Yearwood's contribution to an upcoming tribute to George Gershwin and is currently in his studio producing Yvette Rovira,

Ryan Shore, acclaimed film composer, has five projects being released in the final Quarter of 2009 and starts work on his original score for the film,The Shrine.

For more information on that roster, including availability, please contact JD Management via their website:

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All media enquiries, including interview requests, images etc - to Kevin Fetterplace at Mojo Working International

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

40 Experts A La Carte For MIDEM+

More contacts, more advice. In 2010, MIDEM will push innovation further with MIDEM+, a new event dedicated to personalised networking where digital and music industry executives will be able to hold one-on-one meetings with around 40 experts from a wide range of fields including digital marketing, working with brands and looking for funding. MIDEM+ will open its doors in Cannes from 23 to 27 January, 2010.

"The idea is to offer tailor-made advice and a more individual approach. MIDEM+ is aimed at MIDEM participants who want to build on their experience of the marketplace and go home with the kind of concrete advice that is indispensable for developing their own businesses," said Dominique Leguern, director of MIDEM.

Those taking part in MIDEM+ will meet experts who are specialists in their given field and who will respond to specific problems. They can count on the shrewd advice of Jon Cohen, pioneer in the area of relationships between music and major brands, working notably with Converse, Nike and Microsoft. For everything to do with digital marketing, MIDEM+ attendees can look to the expertise of Neil Cartwright, who was behind The Prodigy's web campaign. Two experts will be available for their knowledge in the field of marketing the artist: Matt Drouin, whose input helped the group Metric to sell more than 100,000 units via their web-site in one month; and Emily White, who was behind the international success of the Dresden Dolls.

In the exhibition area reserved for MIDEM+, participants will be welcomed by "connectors." Their mission will be to put attendees in the hands of the right business contacts. Chosen for their considerable knowledge of music industry leaders, these three pioneers of new business models in the sector will be there to oversee this matchmaking: Ted Cohen (TAG Strategic), Denzyl Feigelson (AWAL and consultant for iTunes & Coca) and Bruce Houghton (Skyline Music /

Important: Participation in MIDEM+ requires separate registration. "Early bird" reduced rates are available until 31 October.

Registration to MIDEM+ and a full list of experts available at:

C.W. Ross Review: Kirsten DeHaan - Thorns On A Crown


Artist: Kirsten DeHaan
Title: Thorns On A Crown EP
Style: Alt Rock/ Singer Songwriter
Label: SirLady Records
Rating: 8.5 out of 10
By C.W. Ross

The year 2004 was when Kirsten DeHaan first started to make her mark on the Indie music scene with the release of her debut album, Conform. DeHaan also started the New York Indie Rock Launch in 2006 to bring the best New York artists of various rock genres together, repeating the series again in 2007 and 2008 and continues to help promote the New York indie music scene. She also works to support American soldiers in the Middle East. DeHaan is also an entrepreneur running her own label, SirLady Records.

Thorns On A Crown is the latest release from Kirsten DeHaan and on it you'll find 5 tracks of music that offer up a variety of styles.

Things get started with the track, "1984," a song that offers up a 60's alt. rock feel thanks to the retro-guitar parts that are found on it.

Track-2, "Double or Nothing," is a lively track that mixes just a touch of a folk edge in to its light rock beats.

Track-3, "The Night Shift," starts out as a melodic acoustic guitar song until the 2:20 mark when the drum beats instantly speed up changing the song's tempo.

Thorns On A Crown ends on a very high note with the songs, "I'm Coming Home," and "Ms. Daisy."

Track-4, "I'm Coming Home," is a harmonica filled track that gives off a folk-rock vibe. For me this song also worked best to showcase DeHaan's vocals.

Track-5, "Ms. Daisy" finishes things up nicely with its melodious sound that also highlights DeHaan's vocals.

Kirsten DeHaan has nice vocals that are very pleasant sounding and match well with the songs found on her latest release, Thorns On A Crown.

MusicDishTV: Audioplasm (Polarity/1 & Rubio) - Guillermo Ate My Lunch

"Guillermo Ate My Lunch" is the opening track of Audioplasm's first CD, Heavy Meadow, which features Guillermo Cardenas on merengue percussion. Audioplasm is a collaboration of two artists from New York City, Polarity/1 and Rubio. Together they have already scored the soundtrack for the documentary "In Debt We Trust" by Danny Schechter. Polarity/1 himself wrote the music for the award-winning Schechter's WMD (Weapon of Mass Deception). This video, directed by Marc Wagnon & Polarity/1, shows their ability in visual arts as well as their musical eclecticism.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

New York Songwriters Circle Extends Deadline To Oct. 25 For Fourth Annual Songwriting Contest

New York - October 19, 2009 - The New York Songwriters Circle (NYSC) today announced that songwriters worldwide will now have until October 25th to submit their songs (any genre) for the NYSC's fourth annual Songwriting Contest. Songwriters can visit our Web site at to submit their songs and read about the contests new less encompassing terms and conditions.

Past winners of the now worldwide recognized songwriting contest include Kate Voegele, Company of Thieves and Mieka Pauley.

The awards for the contest continue to grow as new sponsors come on board. In 2009, over $25,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded with the Grand Prize winner receiving a performance spot with Grammy Winner John Oates at the prestigious Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, CO, a top of the line Gibson acoustic guitar, an opportunity to record with Grammy Award Winning Producer Glenn Barrett and a guest spot on Jonathan Clarke's Q104.3 radio show (New York and America's favorite Rock station).

The NYSC continues to attract esteemed members of the music and entertainment industry to serve as its judges. This years panel includes: Grammy Award winning songwriter/producer/legendary rock performer John Oates, Grammy Award winning producer Russ Titelman (Eric Clapton, James Taylor, Chaka Khan, Cindi Lauper and Ricki Lee Jones to names a few), Q104.3 Radio's Jonathan Clarke, Hit Songwriter Allan Merrill ("I Love Rock and Roll") and many more.

The New York Songwriters Circle has been at the forefront of the songwriting world for over 19 years. In 2008, the New York Songwriters Circle expanded its live music showcase events beyond New York ("The Bitter End") to included Philadelphia ("World Cafe Live!"), Boston ("Johnny D's" and Berklee College of Music's "Café 939"), and most recently announced openings in Chicago ("Schubas" - opening September 1st, 2009) and Los Angeles (The Mint - August 24th, 2009).

Sponsors for the 2009 Songwriting Contest include Gibson Guitars,,, BMI, Ascap, Sesac, MorningStar Studios and more. For a complete list of judges, prizes and sponsors please visit

About the New York Songwriters' Circle: For over 19 years, the New York Songwriters' Circle has been producing and directing bimonthly shows at the legendary Bitter End in New York City's West Village. Over the years the circle has become one of the most popular music events in New York City continuously known for showcasing great original talent right out of the heart of the NY songwriting scene. The NYSC attracts not only the best up and coming songwriting talent from around the world but also top music industry executives looking to discover "the next big thing".

Monday, October 19, 2009

MusicDishTV: Vinny Piana - "Beg Me To Forgive"

Currently an indie pop artist, Vinny Piana divides his time in London by writing, producing, and making music. Piana's many credits in the music industry have led him to create his debut solo album, "Beg Me To Forgive," due out in October 2009. This is his video for the title track.