The Best Music Business Weekly News Recap – Week of 10/12/15

The Music Business Network's Weekly News Recap - Week of  10/12/15 Must Read Articles From This Week: DIY or DIE - What You Need To Know To Succeed In The Music Industry: 7 Mistakes Songwriters Make When Registering With A PRO How Songwriters Can Emotionally Connect With An Audience 4 Benefits To Online Songwriting Collaboration … Continue reading The Best Music Business Weekly News Recap – Week of 10/12/15

Here Are Our Top CMJ 2015 Event Picks For The Week!

Not Sure What Your CMJ Plans Are For The Week? Here Are Our Top CMJ 2015 Event Picks! The CMJ Music Marathon is upon us again. This year marks the 35th anniversary of the CMJ Music Marathon. CMJ will be taking over New York City this week (10/13/15 - 10/17/15) with live performances, exclusive parties, … Continue reading Here Are Our Top CMJ 2015 Event Picks For The Week!

Show: Check Out Shinobi Ninja’s “Baby G EP” Release Party At Arlene’s Grocery On 9/1/10!!!

On Wednesday September 1st, Shinobi Ninja will play Arlene’s Grocery (95 Stanton Street) starting at 8:00 PM sharp! Doors open at 7:30. This is the OFFICIAL launch party for their NEW “Baby G EP.” Don’t Miss This Show!!!!

Free Download: Check Out Shinobi Ninja’s New Music Video and Cop Their New Track “Rock Hood”

Check Out Shinobi Ninja's NEWEST Music Video "Rock Hood" and Download it for Free!!!! SHINOBI NINJA are the super group for the 21st century, composed of six colorful, vibrant New York City musicians and performers from different corners of the music world. “To put it simply, they are a walking, breathing and screaming cartoon: loud, colorful and full of enough energy to put nearly any other band to shame,” says New York’s Radio Exile. With their debut EP Brooklyn to Babylon and their own revolutionary video game Shinobi Ninja Attacks, the band is ready to bring the party to you, wherever you are! Onstage and online, Shinobi Ninja have built themselves a devoted following, garnering much-deserved attention from notable sources such as Mergent Music Magazine, who proclaimed the band were “taking over the world, one sweaty rock circus at a time.”