Posts from the ‘Blog’ Category

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    LOCOJA : The Bassnectar + Jantsen Side Project

    October 25th, 2014 | Blog | Pro Motion | No Comments

    Bassnectar recently released the latest single from the upcoming series of remixes on his most recent album, “Noise vs Beauty”.  The track was by LOCOJA, a mysterious and previously unheard of artist which, after a few listens and hours of speculation from his die-hard, bass head family, was revealed to be a remix done by [...]

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    Flashback Friday : John Lydon and Public Image Limited

    October 24th, 2014 | Blog | Zachery | No Comments

    Only a handful of artists have the chance to change the world of music once in their life time and even fewer have the chance to change it twice. British vocalist/lyricist John Lydon, better known to the public as Johnny Rotten, is one of these rare artists. He is a published author, poet, songwriter, and [...]

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    Billboard Dance Chart Update [11/8]

    October 24th, 2014 | Billboard Dance Chart Update, Blog, PRO MOTION, Remixes | PRO MOTION | No Comments

    The Billboard club DJ panel and PRO MOTION close out October with four new dance chart debuts – including Sophie Ellis Bextor (#50*) Nabiha (#43* Hot Shot) Jennifer Hudson (#1 Breakout) Aretha Franklin (#3 Breakout) – along with BIG Top 50 chart moves for Erasure (#4*) ZHU (#28*) and Porter Robinson (#33*) as we launched [...]

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    Throwback Thursday : France Joli

    October 24th, 2014 | Blog | Sam LaRoche | No Comments

    Like ‘I Will Survive’ by Gloria Gaynor, ‘Flashdance (What A Feeling)’ by Irene Cara, and “On The Radio” by Donna Summer, one of only  a handful of super-successful hi-energy pop/disco singles that starts out slow and builds to a fever pitch is ”Come To Me’ by France Joli Born France Joly in Montreal Canada, the talented [...]

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    Fashion Forward Retrospective : Remembering Oscar de le Renta

    October 23rd, 2014 | Blog | Sam LaRoche | No Comments

    This week the fashion world lost one of it’s greats when Oscar de le Renta passed away on Monday, October 20 at his Connecticut home. He was 82. Born to a reputable family in the Dominican Republic in 1932, Óscar Arístides Renta Fiallo was the youngest of seven children. His career started at the age of [...]

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    Aretha Franklin ‘Rolling In The Deep’ : Official Remixes

    October 22nd, 2014 | Billboard Dance Chart Update, Blog, PRO MOTION, Remixes | PRO MOTION | No Comments

    Legendary R&B singer Aretha Franklin, returns this week with the October 20 release of Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics, a compilation of cover songs by some of the most respected female singers of all time. Though the Queen of soul has enjoyed countless special moments in her life there are still a few things the [...]

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    Tuesday Tunes : New Mixes + Masters

    October 21st, 2014 | Blog | Connor Nackley | No Comments

    This week’s #TuesdayTunes features an eclectic array of beat-oriented, electronic dance music bits that’ll leave you wanting for more. Making huge waves amongst EDM and hip-hop aficionados, for his soulful brand of club culture material, NYC native Branchez tears it up with his plethora of original repertoire and awesome remixes including Rihanna’s “Stay”. Check out his remix [...]

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    Future Sounds Bring Big Band Sound to Synth Pop

    October 21st, 2014 | Blog, Concert Reviews, Dance Music News Review, Live, Performances, Press, PRO MOTION, Video | Zachery | No Comments

    In today’s world of major label created, manufactured pop stars, finding an act that is, both, genuine and sincere is rather refreshing. One such band is Baltimore synthpop trio, Future Islands, who have forged a truly unique sound by combining 80′s influenced, nu-wave instrumentation with the vocal stylings of 60′s soul. Formed in North Carolina in [...]

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    Law Suit Says Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven” Is A Rip Off

    October 21st, 2014 | Blog, Press, PRO MOTION | PRO MOTION | No Comments

    A lawsuit claiming British rock band, Led Zeppelin, plagiarized one of the greatest rock songs of all time, “Stairway to Heaven”, moved forward after a move for dismissal failed. It was raised in May by Mark Andes, the bassist from the band Spirit, who claims the opening acoustic guitar section was lifted from their track “Taurus”. [...]

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    Gwen Stefani Releases New Song ‘Baby Don’t Lie’

    October 20th, 2014 | Blog, PRO MOTION | PRO MOTION | No Comments

    You best be gearing up for a whole lotta’ Gwen! Solo superstar and No Doubt lead singer, Gwen Stefani is back in a BIG way with brand new music and she just released her new song, “Baby Don’t Lie”. Written by Stefani, Benny Blanco, OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder and Noel Zancanella, the debut single is from her first album in 8 years – [...]

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