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Links 1 through 10 of 690 by Mark at Iron Man Records tagged music

“We started Birmingham Music Network and The Screen Image Network to act as a meeting point and gathering place for the regions Music and Film community. Together we are creating a new way to work. The two networks are an organic thing that have grown directly out of the enthusiasm of a disparate group of creative individuals. The meetings are for people who are trying to find a different way to make a life and express their ideas outside the structures of conventional business models, academia, government and the funding machinery of the West Midlands.” The next Music Network will be led by Mark Badger. The meeting starts at 4pm and will finish at 5.30pm on Thursday 31st March 2016 in Room 435 at Birmingham City University, Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG. Updates will be posted on our Twitter The Music Network Meeting will also include Birmingham Screen Image Network. Anyone involved in Music or film in the region is welcome to attend, its free and there will be tea and coffee provided.

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During his latest investor conference call Warner Music’s CEO Stephen Cooper announced that the label will pay artists a portion of any income it earns from equity stakes in services such as Spotify and Soundcloud. With Spotify potentially announcing its IPO next quarter the announcement is more than a token gesture. It is a bold move by Warner and follows on from Sony and Universal both announcing last year that they will pay artists a portion of streaming breakage revenue (the difference between what services pay labels in guarantees and how much royalty revenue they actually generate – WMG has been doing this since 2009). The big labels are waking up to the fact that transparency is key if they are going to keep artists on side. Streaming is where consumer behaviour is going, but currently YouTube is growing quicker than everyone else. The labels need premium and freemium services to make up ground fast. Which is why they cannot afford the Black Keys-Taylor Swift-Adele-Coldplay trickle to turn into a torrent. They need artists to be as vested as they are.

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Dave Randall is a guitarist, producer and composer. He's contributed to multi-million selling albums by Dido and toured the world a number of times performing with UK dance act Faithless. Playing credits include Faithless, Sinead O'Connor, Tom Jones, Emiliana Torrini, 1 Giant Leap, Passenger, Specimen A and many other acts from around the world. He has played at most of the world's major festivals and music TV shows. This website profiles Dave's work as a guitar player and tutor / consultant. For more on Dave's composition work please go to http://randallmusic.net/ "Randall has strong stage presence, and a nice manner. He's mastered a wide range of guitar styles, from screaming, soaring Edge-style lead to a Davy Graham-like hammered acoustic." The Guardian.

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Dave Barbarossa born 1961in London, England is an English drummer. As part of both Adam and the Ants and Bow Wow Wow, Barbarossa was instrumental in creating the "Tribal" drumming trend that was popular among British and some American bands, circa 1979–1983. The two most famous examples of this style were Bow Wow Wow and Adam and the Ants, but it also included John Lydon's Public Image Ltd., The Cult, and Killing Joke. In the mid-1990s, Barbarossa was in Republica, which had chart success in the UK and America with songs such as "Ready to Go" and "Drop Dead Gorgeous". After a period of playing 'sideman' for bands like Beats International and Chicane, Dave returned to his previous drumming style of the early 1980s with Horse Brothers. He also exhibits this style with his band Cauldronated. Barbarossa wrote his first novel, 'Mud Sharks, published in October 2012. Dave is part of CHANT, an open source band whose members include Youth and Jon Moss. He is also playing drums for Roland Gift of Fine Young Cannibals.

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Dave Randall is a guitarist, producer and composer. He has contributed to multi-million selling albums by Grammy Award winning artist Dido and has toured the world a number of times performing with UK dance act Faithless. His own critically acclaimed albums released under the name Slovo feature international collaborations with artists including Iceland's Emiliana Torrini, West Africa's Maezah and US jazz legend Max Roach. Dave was invited to appear alongside Baaba Maal, Michael Stipe, the Mahotella Queens, Neneh Cherry and others, in the studio and on stage, as part of the 1 Giant Leap project. Recently he has toured with Sinead O'Connor and teamed up with Big Dada artist Mike Ladd, clarinet player Carol Robinson and drummer Dirk Rothbrust to create the Paris based improvising quartet 'Sleeping In Vilna', who released their debut album in September 2012. He's currently performing live with Roland Gift

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The next Music Network will be led by Mark Badger. The meeting starts at 4pm and will finish at 5.30pm on Thursday 25th February 2016 in Room 435 at Birmingham City University, Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham, B4 7XG. Updates will be posted on our Twitter

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Multibird is the brand new project by Seth Faergolzia. Seth is well known for subtly harmonic, experimental lyricism, dynamic song structures, and whip-crack-acrobatic vocals. Celebrated as a vibrant example of what happens when a musician turns a genre like folk upside down and inside out, over time Faergolzia has come to represent something of a genre unto himself oft times nowhere near the folk aesthetic. With a body of work that exceeds 20 albums and appearances in over 20 countries with the likes of The YeahYeahYeahs, Dan Deacon, Animal Collective, Regina Spektor, Jeffrey Lewis, Moldy Peaches… Faergolzia is poised to put a spring in the step of his global following with his latest project, “#100 songs” wherein he has, in a short span of months, written 100 songs, and released one fully produced song per week through a subscription site: www.faergolzia.com. The band: Seth plays acoustic guitar and sings. Shaun Jones from Heck Yup, will be gently shredding electric guitar. Beat professor, drummer extraordinaire, Dominic Marini was along for the Faergolzia tour last year and has become a mainstay of Seth’s projects. Stan Martinelli, the youngest member of Seth’s project 23 Psaegz is holding down the bass lines. The freak-folk group will be performing a full and varied cross-section of the peerless oddball music that has delighted and baffled audiences, collaborators, and critics alike for over 2 decades. Faergolzia will continue to shake musical conventions, making moments honest and organic in their exploration of possibility.

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Are you a budding event organiser with excellent leadership skills? Up for taking on an exciting new challenge in 2016? Then we want to hear from you! Last year 41 Takeovers entertained punters across the country , from Edinburgh to Exeter and Cardiff to Cambridge. These are amazing multi-venue events that literally take over a town or city for a whole day in October. They showcase the very best of local talent, and raise on average ten times more money for Oxfam than other Oxjam events. They're run entirely by the most skilled and dedicated volunteers we can find, who are interviewed and then appointed by the central Oxjam team. We offer one-to-one support and guidance, as well as training with industry experts to help you every step of the way in delivering an incredible music event. You'll gain CV-enhancing fundraising, project management, and events experience. And, crucially, you'll be playing a big part in working towards Oxfam's goal of overcoming poverty and suffering.

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