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Entries from October 2008

The Deli Magazine

October 29th, 2008 · Comments Off

The primary goal of The Deli is to expose local musical artists that have not yet reached a level of international fame yet: this is why all of their printed articles feature up and coming bands and singer-songwriters (while their websites also cover the most popular breakout bands) .

The secondary goal is to inform and advise the NYC community of musicians on any other matter related to making music, from recording it to promoting it and performing it.

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15 Green Musicians & Bands per Grist Environmental News Site

October 18th, 2008 · Leave a Comment is an environmental news and commentary site that rates their “15 Green” in categories ranging from Cities to Buildings to Cars to Movies.  In 2007 they listed their “15 Green Musicians & Bands” and we include their list below.  Do you know these Green Artists?  Do you want to support them or preview their music?  Click the artist name to visit on iTunes:

  1. Pearl Jam
  2. The Roots
  3. Sarah Harmer
  4. Green Day
  5. Jack Johnson
  6. Thom Yorke
  7. Willie Nelson
  8. KT Tunstall
  9. Guster
  10. Perry Farrell
  11. Sheryl Crow
  12. Barenaked Ladies
  13. Cloud Cult
  14. Bonnie Rait
  15. Moby

Visit for more about these green artists.

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Greener Festival Awards 2008… The Rothbury Festival & Bonnaroo Recognized

October 18th, 2008 · Leave a Comment

The remaining The Greener Festival Awards for 2008 have been announced. Eight more English festivals including The Big Chill, Bestival, Summer Sundae Weekender, Shambala, Reading, Leeds, Waveform and End of the Road along with Scotland ‘s Hydro Connect, Ireland ‘s Electric Picnic, Portugal ‘s Boom, Southbound in Australia and the Rothbury Festival in the USA have joined the illustrious list of winners for the 2008 Greener Festival Award.  The first eighteen UK and International festivals were announced earlier in the summer. In the UK, recipients of the leading eco-award included Latitude, the Glastonbury Festival, the Camden Green Fair and the Cambridge Folk Festival. In the US, the Bonnaroo Festival was singled out as a ‘beacon of [Read more →]

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Winter Music Conference

October 15th, 2008 · Comments Off

Winter Music Conference, in its 24th year, is regarded as the singular networking event in the dance music industry, attracting professionals from over 70 different countries. With its high concentration of top international artists, DJs and industry professionals, WMC permeates the international press and is thereby one of the most publicized events in the business. Every aspect of the industry is represented including the top technological innovators, artists, DJs, producers, radio and video programmers, retailers, distributors, audio manufacturers and many more. There are countless reasons why people from all over the world return year after year for this event, the most outstanding one being that there is nothing else in the world like it.

This year’s conference will include a panel series dealing with Green efforts in the music industry. They are also trying to encourage flyer-less promotion methods and trying to highlight ways in which a record label can be carbon neutral.

  • Member Since: 10/15/2008
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  • Member Type: Music Conference

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