New York City, SXSW 2012, Record Update

We’re just a couple of days away from our two shows in NYC, which will be the last shows of 2011 for us. It’s been nearly three years since we played in New York, so needless to say we are extremely excited about it. If you’re in the area, plan to come out to Rock Shop in Brooklyn on Friday (December 9th) and/or Pianos in Manhattan on Saturday (December 10th).

We’re also excited to let you know that we’ve just been announced as a showcasing artist for SXSW 2012. The list of bands that will be here in our hometown in March is incredibly impressive…we’re honored to be a part of it. Stay tuned for more details on when and where we’ll be playing.

After this weekend in NYC, our attention turns fully to the new record, which we plan to release mid-year 2012. We know it’s been a while, so thank you for your patience. For those in Austin, we’d love for you to help us kick off the new year at Mohawk on January 6th. It’s a free show and we’ll be playing several new songs that will likely show up on the next record.

That’s about it for now. NYC…see you this weekend. Austin…see you January 6th. Rest of the world…see you in 2012.

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Stream the Calm Blue Sea’s “We Will Never Be as Young as We Are Tonight”

Great post-rock bands excel at making music that can make the most mundane tasks like dusting the furniture, walking the dog through a trickling rain, building Star Wars models in your basement, seem like a positively epic undertaking. And Austin, Tx., four-piece the Calm Blue Sea nail that tone right from the beginning on this new song “We Will Never Be as Young as We Are Tonight,” from the band’s forthcoming full-length Arrivals & Departures. The song builds around a tense piano melody that eventually leads into moody, shoegaze-style vocals, which makes for a very ominous listening experience — perfect for anyone looking for some on-demand tension.

The Calm Blue Sea’s new album, Arrivals & Departures, is out October 9 on Modern Outsider. Stream “We Will Never Be as Young as We Are Tonight” below:

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Reasons Why Indie Music Will Succeed

The vital importance of good music can not be overemphasis I the music industry regardless of the fund it gets.

The independent and professional music industry has not failed to show impressive responses in the music industry, which have received better funding from businesses and the hobbyist. However, the vital importance of good music can not be overemphasis I the music industry regardless of the fund it gets. Successful Indie musicians like John Mayer and James Blunt has proven that Indie Music can really be a successful.

In the used of the financial superiority by the investors in the industry’s to put together best studios and giving a good label.

However, beyond all this and big labels, there is also the most important part which involve the quality of the of music, experience, skills and knowledge.

Indie music is becoming steadily increased over a period of time, many more people are getting more involved in the changes that is gaining popularity.

However, if you are still thinking the reason that you need to have before going Indie Music;

Indies Music Is One That Provide A Better Home For Artiste

The best and most intelligent a important part of this is that the unique music industry simple helps artist to get really involved into things and feel at home. This is one thing that several artist don’t get to feel.

The Digital Dividend

Independent music as it is gaining more popularity and accepted more by people around the United State, the professional and independent creators basically benefit reasonably from this the total idea of do it your self. Digital production tools have been proven to create quality, authentic and affordable music, which is not far from reach.

Indie Music Is Basically A Real Independence in Rare form

Real independence in the music industry is quite rare. This is what the independent Music industry brings on the table. It gives room for artist to think outside the box and make their own kind of music exactly the way they want it done and if an artist decides to work in collaboration with anyone, it will be on their own teams.



Can Indie Music Change The World?

Indie music is already showing valuable strength in different parts of the music industry. Indie music is opening new frontiers and several up coming artist do not mind to give it a try

Indie music, which is the short name of independent music, is fair getting recognition and acceptance between people. They now appreciate the fact that they can make their sound and direct sale by themselves. The indie music has constantly claimed not to be dependent on the music industry. And according to Deila Stanley, “I remind you that as human beings :we are not at the mercy of current event.”

However, indie music is already showing valuable strength in different parts of the music industry. Indie music is opening new frontiers and several up coming artist do not mind to give it a try.

However, here are the way through which the indie music industry.

Be a concern citizen

Here is how indie music can change the work. First we need to contact the elected officers, sign the petitions, and get the people informed by spreading the news.

Be an Involved Citizen

Making a change is not does by just seating indoor, you need to get more involved by supporting the idea. There are different ways you can also get involved by organizing an open mics sections in your community.

Keep Making Art

The very reasons why protest songs are so necessary to movement is because through singing them, there is a unity and a believe that we can make a difference. Music gives hope and when there is a feeling of hopelessness. That is a renewable power in music that can ignite and strengthen the movement.

Stop Thinking about music and your activity as two separate things

Music can change the world, just as indie music is fast becoming more recognized and accepted by people. However, a total commitment is required to achieve the best out of music. No rout is easy whether the long difficult way through the music industry or the extreme hard working way through the indie music. Some of the Indies artist like James Blunt and John Mayer who were launched by shows like SXSW  who proved to have been success can be invited for shows to promote other indies.…