February may be over and another Valentine’s may have passed, but that doesn’t mean you should start wearing flannels to bed. This playlist, curated from the winners of our Valentines’s Day Baby-Making Music Contest, is the sure thing to keep sexy alive in March.
Congrats to the winners!
Every once in a while, Indaba Music must address some of the more unfortunate aspects of contests and the member activity surrounding them. It has come to our attention that a website under the name “Atom Likes” has been spamming our members, offering votes and likes in exchange for money. Let us warn you now, this is a scam. They do not provide the services offered and have given complaining members a fake phone number. As Steve Miller sings, they “take the money and run”.
2012 was a big year. We watched footage of a robot cruise around the red planet, as the phrase “before you came into my life, I missed you so bad” was circling our brains like vultures to a carcass. But besides technology and Canadian pop, it was also a big year for Indaba Music and it’s always wonderful community.
Waves and Indaba Music have teamed up again to bring you an original song contest, but this time, adding Jack Joseph Puig, Grammy-Award winning music engineer and producer, to the mix.
These two musical titans have joined forces to provide stellar digital replications of the Fairchild compressor and the Pultec EQs, and now they’ve come together to offer the Jack Joseph Puig Signature Series Collection, a brand new way to mix.
Now Waves, Jack Joseph Puig, and Indaba Music want you to show off your creativity. Submit your original music and you could win $500, a bunch of Waves software, and a video chat with Jack Joseph Puig.
“Sans la musique, la vie serait un erreur.” – Nietzsche knew what he was talking about: Without music life would be a mistake. Our friends from the music and culture blog Et Musique Pour Tous share this philosophy. Their blog is dedicated to quality, not traffic. It has built a reputation as being influential amongst music supervisors and other tastemakers.
Each week we’ll be picking an Indaba member to feature on the blog, in a specially curated section. Check it out and submit your music now!