I saw K. Skelton for the first time at the Nightlight in Oakland. One man on stage, with a guitar, kick drum and tambourine (a setup reminiscent of Ty Segall’s early days). His set felt dark and brooding, like a reverb soaked Nick Cave trip. I immediately latched on. After a relatively quiet time I was sent a copy of High Maintenance Diva Princess (HDMP), Skelton’s newest album on Ghost Dog Recordings, written and recorded entirely by Skelton on his trusty 4-track.
Since the Billboard Latin Music Conference is well underway, we thought now would be the perfect time to let you in on a bit of news: we’ve just picked up the entire Premium Latin Music catalog! And what an amazing catalog it is.
First off, let me give you a rundown on the label. Franklin Romero founded the powerhouse back in 1996. It’s home to mega urban Bachata group Aventura — yep, King of Bachata Romeo Santos‘ former band. The label has been fostering new talent from the Dominican Bachata world since it began, so you can bet there’s going to be plenty more to come.
Hi everyone! My name is Samantha, and I’m very excited to be on board in the Senior Manager, Promotions role. Some of you might think that you already know me. But I bet you didn’t know all of the hidden secrets I am about to reveal to you:
I am originally from Sacramento, CA but I’ve been in NYC since 2007 starting with attending NYU to study film, performance art, art history, and other various forms of BS that falls under the umbrella of “Individualized Study,” and ending with my most recent role as Director of Digital Marketing at In De Goot Entertainment, where I worked with the kind of music that makes a lot of people in middle America very happy such as Shinedown, Chevelle, Neon Trees, and Halestorm.
Remember that time we told you we’d be teaming up with NYTVF to create a new online TV series? Well, it’s happening. In fact, production starts next month on our original series, The Jamz.
So, what’s the rundown? The Jamz is Chicago’s (fictitious) #1 radio station, as well as the title of our new show. The half-hour sitcom features hilarious banter from the hosts and crew while on the job. Much like the storyline itself, the series is comprised of Chicago talent, both in front of and behind the camera.
This article, written by owner of Muddy Paw Public Relations, Angela Mastrogiacomo, originally appeared on Sonicbids. We’re excited to be working with them to exchange industry tips and trends for your business!
As a music journalist-turned-music publicist for over six years, I’ve been to my fair share of album release shows. Some of them blew me away. Others, not so much. But this is your big moment, and your audience should always be left in awe! When I walk into an album release show, I’ll admit my expectations are higher than normal. I expect to see a transfixed crowd, fueled by a passionate band. I expect exclusive merch, and an energy level that’s through the roof. And when I walk out of an album release, I expect to have that album in hand and a reignited love and respect for the band celebrating their release. All of these things are not only achievable, but crucial. Because let’s face it, if you can’t be bothered to pull out all the stops for your CD release, what’s a regular show of yours going to be like?