Nettwerk Music Group is pleased to announce the signing of electronic artist Andy Caldwell to its full-service electronic music label Nettrax.
"With infectious grooves and fabulous vocalists, Nettwerk Music Group is very honored to help electronic music fans the world over discover Andy's music," says Mark Jowett, VP of International A&R/Publishing at Nettwerk.
The DJ/Producer is nominated for a 2014 Grammy for “Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical” for his remix of fellow Nettwerk label artist Delerium’s “Days Turn Into Nights” - a track from the influential Canadian outfit’s latest studio album, Music Box Opera.
On receiving the nomination, Caldwell says, “It’s always an honor to receive a Grammy nomination from your peers. I plan to fully relish in this milestone achievement; it's not the kind of thing that happens just any old day. I'm now one step closer to my ultimate goal of winning a Grammy! No rest for the wicked.”Nettwerk Music Group is pleased to announce the signing of electronic artist Andy Caldwell to its full-service electronic music label Nettrax.
Acclaimed NW1 writer/producer Fredro recently returned from a very successful two-week writing trip to Japan, a market where he's recently seen a great deal of success, having extensively worked with artists such as Namie Amuro, Tohoshinki, and Ai.
Both Namie Amuro’s album Feel, which featured Fredro’s song “Hands On Me,” and Tohoshinki’s album Secret Code, featuring “Doushite Kimi wo Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?,” were certified platinum in Japan. Feel was also the second most sold album worldwide, just behind Jay Z, on release week.
Although halfway across the world and submersed in an entirely different culture, Fredro was able to find a piece of home. Lil’ Eddie (seen above with Fredro), a Grammy nominated, multi-platinum American singer/songwriter who Fredro collaborated with on his album Emotional (“Miracles” and “Save Me From Myself”), released the aforementioned album in Japan at the end of October. Since then, Lil’ Eddie hit #1 on the Japanese iTunes Soul chart with his single “Miracles,” featuring TLC’s T-Boz. Previously, Lil’ Eddie had released three #1 albums in Japan.
"Just Like Him," a track co-written by Nettwerk One/Revelry client Jessie Jo Dillon for Brandy Clark's album 12 Stories, was included in NPR Music's round-up of the best songs of 2013. Says NPR's Ann Powers, "Her stories are…so intimate, they're full of homey details, and they really tell the regular lives of regular people in that great country way." See the full list here: http://n.pr/18mj8KG
"If you can get people dancing as early as noon. You're good. They did." – NPR ‘All Songs Considered’
" ...a fusion of retro 80's-inspired melodies mixed with innovative experimental sounds." – VIBE
"…contagious pop hooks and tropicool vibes…" – Dancing Astronaut
Brooklyn-based duo Ghost Beach will release their debut album Blonde, on March 4 via Nettwerk Records. Formed in 2012, duo Josh Ocean and Eric “Doc” Mendelsohn have perfected their unique blend of retro and futuristic soaring synth pop.
We recently shared party-starting album single, “Miracle”, when it was released alongside remixes by Le Youth, DallasK and Nathan C. “Every Time We Touch” is a dancefloor banger strapped with funky disco beats and gritty guitar, while “Without You” is an undeniable pop song with reggae undertones that commands listeners to move. Tropical grit-pop track “On My Side” opens with vintage synth sounds and grooves into a deliriously catchy chorus. The “On My Side” MP3premiered with Vibe, and is available to post & share below.
Nettwerk Music Group congratulates its artists for their 2014 Grammy nominations.
Nate Ruess of Nettwerk management client fun. was recognized for his work with Pink on hit single "Just Give Me A Reason," which Ruess co-wrote and performed. The song received nominations for Song of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. Additionally, Sara Bareilles' "Brave," which was co-written by fun.'s Jack Antonoff, was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance.
DJ/Producer Andy Caldwell was nominated for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his remix of Nettwerk label artist Delerium's"Days Turn Into Nights," a track from the influential Canadian outfit's latest studio album, Music Box Opera. Listen to Caldwell's remix below.
Lastly, Darius Rucker's cover of Nettwerk catalogue artist Old Crow Medicine Show's "Wagon Wheel" is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance.
Hit single "Hero" from Family Of The Year is officially certified Gold by Music Canada. The single reached #61 on the Billboard Hot 100, #57 on the Hot Digital Tracks chart and boasts more than 3 million views on Youtube.
While at radio, “Hero” peaked at #18 at Alternative Rock, #33 at AC and #42 at Top 40. Internationally, "Hero" reached the Billboard Top 10 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and continues to spread in Europe, while in the United States, it has sold over 148,000 digital tracks and reached #1 at Triple A and Top 10 at Alternative radio formats. Nettwerk Music Group's Mark Jowett (VP of International A&R/Publishing), Dan Fraser (President) and Lexani Llaguno (Director of Canadian Marketing) recently presented Family Of The Year with a Gold plaque commemorating over 40,000 singles sold.
Brooklyn favorites Savoir Adore and French Horn Rebellion have collaborated on a new track called “The Fire,” which premiered over the weekend on East Village Radio (here: http://bit.ly/1jcX0di). The bands will celebrate this week with three co-headline shows: Dec 3 in Washington, DC, Dec 5 in Boston and December 6 in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn show will also feature guest appearances by Haerts, Ghost Beach and Genghis Barbie.
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Though the two bands have been related by marriage for a few years (Deidre Muro of Savoir Adore and David Perlick-Molinari of French Horn Rebellion) and have shared the stage in the past, “The Fire” marks the first time they have collaborated on a track, creating the perfect blend of Savoir’s forest fantasy pop with FHR’s hot dancefloor beats.
Savoir Adore With French Horn Rebellion:
Wed, December 4 Washington DC @ Living Social House (w/ Carousel)
Thur, December 5 Boston @ TT The Bear's Place (w/ The Griswolds)
Friday, December 6 Brooklyn @ Music Hall of Williamsburg (w/ Rush Midnight, plus guest
appearances by Haerts, Ghost Beach and Genghis Barbie)
Out now, Guster releases a free live album called Guster Live With The Redacted Symphony. Guster has performed with multiple symphony orchestras on their recent tours and this album chronicles some of their favorite performances. The 10-song album can be downloaded for free at www.guster.com and www.noisetrade.com/guster.
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The album comes out on the heels of a sold-out round of New York City concerts. This past weekend, Guster performed the Keep It Together album in its entirety at The Beacon Theatre on Saturday (November 30) and two shows of the Parachute album at Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday (December 1).
Passenger’s “Let Her Go” cracks the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 in its 17th week on the chart, landing at #10. The single, which was recently certified Platinum by the RIAA, also claims the #1 spot on the Triple A Top 30 Radio Cart, climbs to #5 at Hot AC and breaks into the top 20 at Top 40 (#18).
“Let Her Go” continues to scan over 100,000 in weekly track sales and remains in the top 10 of the iTunes Top Singles Chart for its seventh consecutive week. The music video, which now boasts more than 140 million views on YouTube, remains in high rotation at VH1 and in the top 10 of the VH1 Top 20 Countdown.
During his sold-out North American summer tour, the VH1 You Oughta Know Artist made his stateside national television debut in July on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, where he performed “Let Her Go” with Rickey Minor and the Tonight Show Band. He followed that performance with a morning television debut on Live! With Kelly and Michael. Media coverage has included mentions in the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair and Rolling Stone, and features in USA Today, Billboard, Washington Post and more.
CBC Radio 3 announces nominations for the annual Bucky Awards, honoring the best in Canadian independent music.
Nettwerk Music Group congratulates The Pack A.D.,Royal Canoe and Tony Dekker on their multiple nominations.
The Pack A.D. are nominated for "Best Video" for "Battering Ram," included as a Top 10 finalist for "Dynamic Duo" and "Must Follow Artist." Great Lake Swimmers' frontman Tony Dekker is up for "Most Canadian Song" for "Prayer of the Woods," the title track from his solo debut (out now). Royal Canoe is also nominated for "Best Song" and "Best Live Show." Be sure to catch Royal Canoe's most recent performance on CBC Q HERE.
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