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Tuesday, October 19th:

MOG Opening Night Party @ Brooklyn Bowl (DOM, Screaming Females)

BMI + Spin Presents @ Highline Ballroom – (Bad Rabbits, Chain Gang of 1974 & more)

IAMSOUND Records Showcase @ Santos Party House – (Kisses, Lesands & more)

Wednesday, October 20th:

SESAC Presents @ The Studio/Webster Hall – (Dinowalrus, BRAHMS & more)

ASCAP Presents @ Canal Room – (Reptar, GroupLove & more)

Hello Music Showcase @ Ace of Clubs – (Ben Talmi, New Look & more)

Thursday, October 21st:

Neon Gold Chess Club Party @ Public Assembly – (Savoir Adore, Alex Winston & more)

Buzznet Presents @ PureVolume House – (The Static Jacks, White Arrows & more)

Friday, October 22nd:

Paradigm Showcase @ Mercury Lounge – (JBM, Ume & more)

Force Field PR @ Pianos – (Lord Huron, Wild Nothing & more)

Saturday, October 23rd:

Windish Agency Showcase @ Santos Party House – (Cults, Bikini & more)

Baeble @ Bowery Electric – (Oberhofer, Blood Red Shoes & more)

SESAC Bootcamp Live on USTREAM.tv

Kudos to the folks at SESAC for linking up with USTREAM.tv for a homepage look and live streaming of their 2010 Songwriters Bootcamp. Ten Hut!

SXSW ’10 Day Two

John "Hollywood" and his Dirty Limo

After stopping by the Manatt/Red Ghost party for some sunshine, tacos and tunes, day two of SXSW saw a trip to South Congress (SoCo to the locals) with a little help from the Dirty Limo (pic above) to see Jason Poe. You can catch him at the Purevolume house on Saturday at 4:15pm, following April Smith and before Joe Purdy… From there we made our way to catch a stellar set from Audra Mae, where she played some songs from her upcoming full-length, before heading to the SESAC showcase to catch OPSTen Bears and Get Busy Committee… Amid the ping-pong and taco truck at the Dickies/Filter show, NY’s Cymbals Eat Guitars filled the tent with an epic wall of sound.  A jaunt to the BMI showcase for a set from Imagine Dragons was followed by a pop-in for Austin’s Quiet Company and then on to Boston’s Bad Rabbits. Finally back to the Driskill bar for a nightcap of course. Stay tuned…

SXSW 2010: Party & Panel Picks

Here’s a quick look at a few of the parties and panels happening at SXSW this week worth putting in your calendar…

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RM64 Party in Austin @ The Dirty Dog 3/19

That’s right, we’ve combined our three favorite things; great music, FREE drinks and good friends… It all happens on Friday, March 19th from 1 – 6pm at The Dirty Dog Bar in the heart of Austin’s 6th street during SXSW… We were lucky enough to land some of our favorite new artists to play our party (ok, we told them there’d be free booze and a backline, but they still said yes)… The lineup includes, Twin Atlantic, Jaguar Love, Fitz & the Tantrums, Gordon Voidwell, Jonneine Zapata and One Pin Short.  Join us and our friends from Double Stereo, XO Publicity, Propellerhead, SESAC, Brightman Music and Buzzbands.la for a good ole fashion Austin bash. Hit up the RSVP and Event Page

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London's Abbey Road Studios up on the block

More EMI headlines this week, as it was reported that company is trying to sell the legendary Abbey Road studios in London. An anonymous source told the AP that the search for a buyer has actually been going on for several months. After the news broke, stories appeared naming The National Trust and Andrew Lloyd Webber as both interested in buying… A face-off in the cloud may be brewing between Apple and Google, with reports that the latter is in talks with cloud media start-up Catch Media. Initial chatter of a possible showdown began at the end of last year with Apple’s high profile purchase of music service Lala… Ad-supported music service Guvera has announced their U.S. launch will be on March 30th. The Australian-based company also announced new licensing deals with BMI, SESAC, Harry Fox Agency and INgrooves, those following previous deals with Universal Music Group, EMI and IODA.  Advertising in Guvera is less intrusive than similar services says LA Times writer Jon Healey, who recently took the new service for a test-drive…