Indie Music and Music Business News with Jacqueline Jax New Music Monday

Featuring the hottest indie music tracks of the week in all genres. Discover new music that will energize you while you catch up on this weeks Music business news with host Jacqueline Jax.

Listen to the show:
http://tobtr.com/10250281

Music Business News: 

– The digital tides are turning in the wrong direction for indie artists

– What the mainstream looks like for 2018

– How the biggest artists are owning social media

– The Value Gap of Youtube

Melted Vinyl – Look to the sky
Playing driving Rock music like they were raised in the 70’s, Melted Vinyl has made a name for themselves in Hollywood’s most sought out rock clubs and are being called THE NEW CLASSIC ROCK…….Melted Vinyl is a collaboration of Souther California’s Sam Kritzer (Drums), Wolfgang King (Lead Vocals and rhythm guitar) Landon Ferris (Bass) and Alex Bender (Guitar).  Melted Vinyl just opened for Jefferson Starship at the Canyon and will have 2 songs on the Soundtrack of the upcoming Sony Pictures Film Accident Man. https://www.reverbnation.com/meltedvinyl/song/26659049-look-to-the-sky


Null Paradox​ – I May Be Over You
Genre: Rock / Alternative Rock
Null Paradox is Interactive Rock Opera. USA Today says “If you love rock music and live theater, Null Paradox is the best of both worlds.”
Null Paradox has been described as Evanescence meets the circus–all with a Steampunk twist. Our song “I May Be Over You” is from Null Paradox’s recent album “Love or Destiny.”
It describes the raw feelings of a relationship ending badly. The song was written by Tom Libertiny and Robyn Vojinov, produced by Grammy Award Winner John “J.R.” Robinson, and recorded at Dark Horse Recording Studio in Nashville.
https://www.reverbnation.com/nullparadox/song/27621007-i-may-be-over-you
Twitter page link:  www.twitter.com/nullparadox
Facebook page link:  www.facebook.com/nullparadox

 

Jake Edwards – Winter
Folk Rock/ Americana
The musical style of Jake Edwards features acoustic rock instrumentation, folk influences, a subtle use of vocal harmony, mild rhythmic syncopation and minor key tonality. Jake’s live performances are exemplified by his use of melodic guitar riffs and percussive looping. Jake has been performing in nationally as a solo artist as well as with his father, renowned guitar player Ed Edwards. In a recent album review by Rooster Magazine, his new EP “Six Feet Under” was described as blending pop, alternative, gritty southern rock and R&B to create an original listening experience for his audience.
https://www.reverbnation.com/jakeedwardsmusic 
https://twitter.com/Jake_Edwardz 

 

The Vine Brothers –  The Box
An 18 string big band doing their part to expand the definition of folk music with deep American influences.  Winners of the 2016 IMEA award for Best Americana Group. “… a musical land miles downstream of anything on-trend in 2017… the feel good ear worm of the summer.” -Americana UK-   “Hailing from the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, The Vine Brothers have the shine of authenticity to them. With a number of Americana acts from large cities and merely adopting backwoods roots sounds, the Vine Brothers are steeped in it.” – No Depression-
https://www.reverbnation.com/thevinebrothers/song/26868036-the-box
Twitter:  @thevinebrothers
Facebook: www.facebook.com/thevinebrothers
Instagram:  www.instagram.com/thevinebrothersmusic

 


David Lorango -Get Gone

Genre: Country/ Bluegrass
David Lorango is a country artist and songwriter currently living in Los Angeles, someone who the Examiner wrote is “bringing out the country in Hollywood.” He’s releasing his new EP titled “David Lorango” this summer with the feature track “All In Already.”
Reverbnation: https://www.reverbnation.com/davidlorango/song/27906576-get-gone

Melodie Young – Secrets
Pop artists from Ontario Toronto
Turning 19 in September, Melodie Young is a brand new, up and coming pop star! With a Lebanese and Peruvian background, this beautiful and talented Canadian pop recording artist, is hard at work on her debut E.P. with Toronto song writer and music producer ThomasLMusic, which includes her recently released single -SECRETS- Secrets is about that certain someone, who you know, desires to be more then just friends but you both know you may need to keep this one a secret!
https://www.reverbnation.com/melodieyoung/song/28367984-thomaslmusic-secrets-ft-melodie
FB FAN PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/pg/MelodieMYoung
INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/melxdieyoung/
TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/melxdieyoung/

 

Gerald Gabriel – Jarhead
Genre / Sub-genre : Folk / Singer-songwriter
The song Jarhead Joe tells the story of a Marine suffering from PTSD. As a military medic I cared for many individuals who fought in operational theatres who came back wounded in heart, soul, body and mind. The focus of this album is on those veterans suffering after serving in the wars of Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. As a medic I cared for many individuals wfought for Canada’s interests in those operational theatres and who came back wounded in heart, soul, body, and mind. 
https://twitter.com/FaudienGabriel
https://soundcloud.com/user-902958352/jarhead-joe
https://open.spotify.com/track/4htzvuRyhjyv0Crp8WaTxr

 

A’dem – We’re traveling in the dream
Genre  : Singer-Songwriter, Pop, Alternative, World music
A’dem is living in New York City. His long way to follow his passion as a musician guided him to many recorded and unrecorded songs sealed to the repertoire with live and semi-live gigs. His last single “we’re traveling in the dream” is a typical illustration of his musical style.
https://www.reverbnation.com/adem3/song/27793909-were-traveling-in-the-dream
https://www.twitter.com/adem30114444
https://www.facebook.com/myademmusic.com
https://www.instagram.com/adem20897

 

Nickolas Benson – Song for You
Singer songwriter from Los Angeles California best known for his single Rodeo and the radio previously featured on AVA Live Radio. @LastMinVillains
https://lastminutevillains.bandcamp.com/track/song-for-you-2
SoundCloud.com/nickolasbenson

 

 

 

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