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harold perrineau & tom tom shot a video for the song "Movin' on"
The critically acclaimed Brooklyn-born Hollywood actor Harold Perrineau, known for his roles in TV series "Lost" & "Oz" and Hollywood films "Romeo & Juliet" & "Matrix", successfully continues his musical career.
Harold & Tom Tom have finished their single "Movin' On" for which they have also recently shot a video.
This is what Harold says about the song:
"Odd to call it a new song because I wrote these lyrics when I got fired from Lost in 2006. Good thing I didn't do a video then because my ideas were scathing. Turns out the song is more fun and forward looking than my anger was at the time. That's why this video has my family and friends in it because thats what the music is all about for me, having fun and sharing with my family and friends where ever we are.
Big shout outs to everybody that came over to be in this video. We had a great time. Thanks to Michael Greene for directing and shooting it. And as always, thanks to my partner in crime Tomo. We'll just keep putting out our music, you come and let us know what you think.
Mucho love amigos, H"
THE CEREMONY "RUNJIĆEVE VEČERI" held FOR THE SEVENTH TIME IN A ROW
Two days ago, for the 7th time in a row, Split, the hometown of one of our biggest composers Zdenko Runjic, hosted the annual ceremony "Runjićeve večeri".
The ceremony that is organized in a form of a concert on which numerous Croatian singers perform songs from the rich musical opus of Zdenko Runjić, this year guest starred great singers such as Nina Badrić, Marko Tolja, Toni Cetinski, Goran Bare etc. The song "Malinkonija", performed by Nina Badrić, received a special award for best cover.
The concert that was held in front of full auditorium of Split's National Theater, has been attended by many influental people from the worlds of music, politics and sport, among the others by the president of Republic of Croatia, Ivo Josipović, the mayor of Split, Željko Kerum and many others.
For more info, please visit www.skalinada.hr
Radiohead - TKOL RMX 1234567 - Out Today
IDM Music & XL Rerordings present:
Double album of The King Of Limbs remixes, out today!
"I was really curious to see how the people I was listening to so much would use what we gave them. I didn't just want floor fillers and all that shit, I just wanted to see how the songs could really branch out and mutate.
I love that there is such a culture of remixing at the moment, all this flow of ideas. It may come outta the club scene but to me there is a lot more to it than that.
I think it appeals to us as a band at the moment that ideas and versions are not so fixed and set in stone, it feels kind of healthy for music."
To celebrate the launch of the album, there will be a special Radiohead Takeover of the Boiler Room tonight (11th October). Streaming live from Corsica Studios, south London, 8pm-11pm (BST) the event will feature DJ sets from Thom Yorke, Jamie xx, Caribou, Lone and Illum Sphere.
Tune in live at:
RIP STEVE JOBS
One of the greatest inventors of our age, Steve Jobs, a man who not only changed our way of thinking and using technology but deeply put his mark on humanity, passed away yesterday.
We have lost much more than the Apple founder, and as Barrack Obama said:
"there may be no greater tribute to Steve's success than the fact that much of the world learned of his passing on a device he invented."
Thank you Steve for your contribution to human kind. RIP
EU EXTENDS COPYRIGHT ON SOUND RECORDINGS FROM 50 TO 70 years
This Monday, September 12, the European Union voted to extend the copyright on sound recordings from 50 to 70 years.
Following a prolonged campaign run by a large number of artists and labels, the Directive on Term of Protection of Copyright and Certain Related Rights has been adopted yesterday in the Council of Ministers in Brussels.
The Directive extends the term of protection of the rights of performers and phonogram producers on music recordings within the EU from 50 to 70 years and harmonises the term of protection of co-written works. The term of protection for co-written works will expire 70 years after the death of the last person to survive: the author of the lyrics or the composer of the music.
As a result of the extension, many popular titles released nearly 50 years ago will not fall into the public domain for another 20 years. Chief among the artists to benefit is the Beatles: The band's first single, "Love Me Do," was released in October of 1962.
The new legislation, which has become known as "Cliff's Law" in the U.K. named after Sir Cliff Richard, a long term campaigner for copyright extension, applies to performing artists, producers and sessions musicians featured on recorded works.
EU Member States will have to incorporate the new provisions into their national legislations within two years.
(source: Billboard.biz, ICMP)