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DMA News: Carmada joins Skrillex at OWSLA

Following the success of their first single ‘Maybe’, Carmada, AKA LDRU and Yahtzel, have now been signed by LA-based label OWSLA.

 

Carmada is quite excited to be joining the OWSLA stable and have released their own statement that said “ Couldn’t be more excited to finally announce we’ll be joining a massive group of legends, having signed with OWSLA for North America and Sony Music Entertainment for Australasia! 87 more words

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KIM CESARION//UNDRESSED

WHO___Kim Cesarion

WHY___I randomly found this song.

This song came out over a year and a half ago, and somehow I’m just finding out about it now. 96 more words

I WANT YOU BACK//NSYNC

WHO___NSYNC, AKA the best boyband ever

WHY___THE. BEST.

Those dance move doe, like actually. The video is a bit much, with the intense choreography, late 90s hair dos and the super bad green screen graphics, but this is actually one of my favorite songs ever. 70 more words

Exhibition Opens at Symphony Space in NYC: All My Jazz

All My Jazz – A PHOTOGRAPHIC TRIBUTE TO JAZZ BY DAVID KATZENSTEIN @ Symphony Space

Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 6-8pm
Open daily 4-11pm, October 20, 2014 – January 16, 2015… 160 more words

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Ready for the Good Life//Paloma Faith

WHO___Paloma Faith

WHY___This song actually left me breathless

I was looking through my YouTube subscriptions a couple nights ago while procrastinating, and I saw this as soon as it was posted. 94 more words

Jazz composer Billy Childs Re-imagines Laura Nyro

Katzenstein recently worked with Josh Cheuse at Sony Music on the new release by Jazz composer Billy Childs. Billy flew in from Los Angeles and they spent the day shooting in the studio and also on the streets of Greenwich Village where Laura Nyro used to roam. 36 more words

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Opening with homophobia...

A friend of mine went to the Marc Anthony concert in Miami, Florida last night at the AmericanAirlines Arena. She felt horrified and, in her own words, hopeless when the opening act started. 204 more words