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Indy Film: Bondage by Eric Allen Bell 2006 SXSW

BONDAGE by Eric Allen Bell (2006 SXSW) from Eric Allen Bell on Vimeo. BONDAGE – a film by Eric Allen Bell – South By South West 2006 SYNOPSIS: “An O.C. youth escapes an abusive home only to find himself entangled in the California Juvenile Justice system and a psychiatric ward. …

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Check out the exciting Mash Up Single ‘Nightmare’ – Jaylyn Ducati VS Skrillex, Scary monsters and nice sprites

For Immediate Release This season be prepared to hear Jaylyn Ducati’s new Mash up single ‘Nightmare’. Check out the thrilling seductive  YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAHsjuXDlpA Los Angeles (Octoberr  5th, 2013) — Mash Up singles are complicated,  “Mashup” (elements of two or more pre-existing pieces of music and combine them to make …

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Awards Producer Al Bowman Appears On 24k Music Network’s Welcome To The World

Al Bowman Went from Limo-Driver-To-The-Stars to annual Awards Show producer. He shares his story on Welcome To The World with David Longoria airing on The 24k Music Network this week. Al Bowman leads an interesting life. He enjoyed a career as a limo driver in Hollywood, driving many of the …

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Music Review – Wedlock Exogamy By Ned Raggett

After their debut Matrimony in 2006, Wedlock released a full length debut, Exogamy in 2008. Here’s my review: The early 21st century re-embrace of synth pop as arrangement inspiration, technical approach, or both and more besides has — much like its original form — resisted being easily stereotyped as one …

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(Wedlock Band History III) : Wrapping The Hell Up…

Everybody has met someone who just blatantly refuses to shut the hell up about a certain subject. For no particular reason other than a love of indie music and trying to hone my writing skills I dug up info about a group out of Virginia called Wedlock. As a student …

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Music Reviews: Wedlock-Continuity

Wedlock is an electronic indie synth pop outfit formed in Richmond, Virginia circa 2004 by Paul Allgood and Jeff Hathaway. Despite constantly shifting personnel around Allgood, I wasn’t deterred from reviewing their second album Continuity: “On Continuity, Wedlock’s regular explorations into a revamped synth pop world for the 21st century …

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