So now begins the monthly issues. And a new look and feel for the Newsletter! You can expect there to be more valuable information than ever now!

New Bands This Month:

I've been working hard (as usual) and have added quite a few bands to the Music Artist Directory this month.

Some bands you may want to check out:

I'm continually adding new artists to the Directory, so check back often! The URL to the Music Artist Directory is below:

Bands That YOU Have Submitted:

The following are just a few bands that have been submitted, that I thought were worth mentioning:

  • Desmond Dekker

  • Foals

  • Zu

These bands have been submitted by users just like you! You can submit bands that you like on this page:

And I highly recommend that you do! It will appear on it's very own web page, that you can link to and show your friends your written work!

Submit Your Own Articles, Album, Concert, and Equipment reviews!

You can do so by submitting them of their prospective pages. Also, remember that your page will once again appear on it's very own web page. You'll be an expert everywhere you go, heck, you'll be on the internet!

For Articles:

For Album Reviews:

For Concert Reviews:

For Equipment Reviews:

Article Of The Month:

I've gone through the archives, and have chosen one of my favorite articles ever written on this site. It's a satirical article called How to write an MTV worthy Song.

You can view it here:

Thanks For Reading, Look for the next issue on January 1st, 2010, to kick off the new year with more musical learning!

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Featured Band:

James Blake

James Blake is an Experimental Electronic artist from London. He was originally a producer, and a lot of his early EP's consist of only sampled vocals (Never his own voice).

In his first full album, he touches on elements and genre's such as:

  • Electronic
  • R&B
  • Auto-Tuned Vocal Harmony-ness
  • Experimental
  • Jazz
  • Acoustic

Read More about James Blake.

To see more artist recommendations, visit my Music Artist Directory.

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