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Most of the artists have never had airplay nor do they have videos. We believe the PPGM community does not care about well polished videos. We trust that the PPGM community are more interested in new music, good music and new bands. We know that every artist needs a forum to be heard. We are passionate about giving artists artists. We post music that a forum to showcase their music. in short...
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06/26/2022

Have you gotten your tickets for the Knocks / Cannons co headline tour yet? We’ll be bringing along @madridjules & @pinkskiesmusic !! Also, west coast dates are now on sale! Can’t wait to see you all! 🪩💋

06/26/2022
School Includes Teen's Service Dog In Its Yearbook And It's Just Adorable
03/22/2019
School Includes Teen's Service Dog In Its Yearbook And It's Just Adorable

School Includes Teen's Service Dog In Its Yearbook And It's Just Adorable

In Falmouth, Virginia, Stafford High School’s yearbook became a viral sensation. Andrew “AJ” Schalk, one of the high school’s juniors, suffers from Type 1 diabetes. He’s accompanied by his service dog, Alpha Schalk, wherever he goes and that includes school. Alpha’s job is to detect when...

NAMM 2019: PRS has got in early with its product announcements for next year, unveiling a host of new electric and acous...
11/14/2018
NAMM 2019: PRS unveils first wave of 2019 electric and acoustic guitars

NAMM 2019: PRS has got in early with its product announcements for next year, unveiling a host of new electric and acoustic guitars in what is likely to be the first wave of several in the run-up to the show.

New electrics include a revamped Paul Reed Smith signature model (aka Paul’s Guitar), the CE 24 Semi-Hollow and a Ziricote-finished SE Custom 24, while fresh SE acoustics are also in the offing

CE 24 Semi-Hollow, Ziricote SE Custom 24, Paul’s Guitar and SE acoustics spearhead new models

CE 24 Semi-Hollow, Ziricote SE Custom 24, Paul’s Guitar and SE acoustics spearhead new models

Lovely! Another Hidden Shoal gem! Using '80 synths, piano, guitar, field recordings and an intricate mix of programmed a...
11/14/2018
Reverbatory, by Isophene

Lovely! Another Hidden Shoal gem!
Using '80 synths, piano, guitar, field recordings and an intricate mix of programmed and live drums, Isophene's cinematic downtempo music is as lush as it is melodic. Drawing from a similarly vibrant musical palette as Boards Of Canada, Helios and Tycho, Isophene immerses the listener in sun drenched waves of emotive sound.

Hidden Shoal is an Australia-based independent label & publisher. All music is available for licensing across film, tv, web, games, compilations and more. Contact us at

10 track album

Based on a short story by internationally beloved Japanese author Haruki Murakami, Burning follows shy aspiring writer J...
11/13/2018
Museum Films | Burning

Based on a short story by internationally beloved Japanese author Haruki Murakami, Burning follows shy aspiring writer Jongsu (Yoo Ah-in), whose aimless existence is transformed by a chance meeting with beautiful, free-spirited former classmate Haemi (Jun Jong-seo). Instantly smitten, Jongsu’s romantic hopes give way to obsession after Haemi returns from a trip in the company of her wealthy new boyfriend Ben (The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun), and then disappears without a trace.
Korea’s official submission for this year’s Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, Burning marks the long awaited return of master melodramatist Lee Chang-dong (Poetry, Secret Sunshine), who infuses Murakami’s offbeat mystery narrative with sublime romantic intensity and free-floating Lynchian menace. A transfixing union of virtuosic long-take style and propulsive storytelling that builds toward a shattering climax, this award-winning Cannes sensation deserves to be seen on the big screen.

Director Lee Chang-dong | 2018 | In Korean with English subtitles | 148 minutes | NR (some strong content may not be suitable for younger viewers) | DCP

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11/13/2018

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Bringing Planet Pulse Radio back! Submit your mixes and stay tuned for the new PPGM radio, podcast and website! 😉🎶
11/05/2018
Seeji Music

Bringing Planet Pulse Radio back! Submit your mixes and stay tuned for the new PPGM radio, podcast and website! 😉🎶

Seeji Music is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts

A band worth another mention and listen.Toronoto Synth-pop duo Trust share band member (Maya Postepski) with Austra and ...
11/05/2018
TR/ST - Sulk

A band worth another mention and listen.

Toronoto Synth-pop duo Trust share band member (Maya Postepski) with Austra and "Sulk" is the closing track to Postepski and lead singer Robert Alfons' debut LP, TRST. It's a solid introduction to their glowing, slithery style. This "Single Edit" is about two minutes shorter than the album version, but there's still enough space here to grab onto the song's neon-toxic ooze, with richly drunk synths and Alfons' baritone sighs layered as steady ground for his tangy whine of a voice. With "Sulk", you get the best of synth-goth's both worlds: it's the kind of earworm that takes more than a few seancés to shake, and it makes for quite the elegant moping session, too.

[From TRST; out 02/28/12]

TR/ST official video for Sulk, directed by Robert Alfons and Adam Beck facebook.com/dressedforspace ttrustt.com Buy the debut album 'TRST' here: http://arts-...

Yes, it's been a while but here are some artists featured in the past. Stay tuned! More to come! Wow! Thanks to all you ...
11/05/2018
PPGM Previous/Current Featured Artists - YouTube

Yes, it's been a while but here are some artists featured in the past. Stay tuned! More to come!
Wow! Thanks to all you loyal listeners who supported Planet Pulse during our hiatus. Much love to you all!
Peace, Love and Music! Always, Planet Pulse Global Media ❤🎶

With the release of their new album "Slow Air" due for release this Friday, August 17th through their own label Wrecking...
11/04/2018
Still Corners - The Message

With the release of their new album "Slow Air" due for release this Friday, August 17th through their own label Wrecking Light, Still Corners have once again treated us with another sultry number, this time titled "The Message". Commenting on the track, the band elaborate: "The Message is a song about leaving someone and telling them on voicemail. Atmospheric clean-tone guitar mixes with Tessa Murray's voice as it floats over a lonesome highway recording reminiscent of Sun records with shades of 50's Americana."

Evoking the atmospheric sounds Still Corners are known for, Slow Air continues the band's journey with an album full of tension and brooding all the while wrapped in a reverb laden dream. Written in the hill country in Austin, Texas, Slow Air nods towards a classic sound with emphasis on the guitar, both acoustic and electric, combined with the alluring and ghostly voice of Tessa Murray. The songs are rounded out with live drums and minimal synthesisers with all the mistakes kept in for maximum human feel and emotion.

"Slow Air" will be released this Friday + you can catch Still Corners on their European tour this November/December...

11/19/2018 - Sofia, Bulgaria – Central Military Club

11/22/2018 - Athens, Greece – six d.o.g.s

11/23/2018 - Zürich, Switzerland – Bogen F

11/25/2018 - Madrid, Spain – Costello Club

11/26/2018 - Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz 3

11/27/2018 - Paris, France – Espace B

11/28/2018 - Amiens, France – La Lune Des Pirates

11/29/2018 - London, UK – Pickle Factory

11/30/2018 - Bristol, UK – The Louisiana

12/2/2018 - Glasgow, UK – Broadcast

12/3/2018 - Manchester, UK – YES

12/4/2018 - Oxford, UK – O2 Academy2 Oxford

12/6/2018 - Groningen, The Netherlands – Vera

12/7/2018 - The Hague, The Netherlands – PAARD

12/8/2018 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Q-Factory

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"Slow Air" is out now on Wrecking Light Records. LPs, CDs, t-shirts: http://www.stillcorners.com/shop Digital: https://stillcorners.bandcamp.com/album/slow-a...

Vitalic is the alter ego of Pascal Arbez, a French programmer/multi-instrumentalist who blends electro, techno, and hous...
11/04/2018
Vitalic – Poison Lips (TRUE FULL HD)

Vitalic is the alter ego of Pascal Arbez, a French programmer/multi-instrumentalist who blends electro, techno, and house -- as well as elements of classical, rock, Italo-disco, and '70s electronic music -- into a sound that recalls the work of fellow..

It’s been a good fifteen years now since Vitalic (aka Pascal Arbez-Nicolas) took it upon himself to redefine techno using his native French sensibility, mixing energy and melody to forge his own recognisable style. Many of those tunes, like “Poney”, “La Rock 01”, “My Friend Dario” and “You Prefer Cocaine” went on to become club classics, blurring the boundaries between techno, disco, rock and pop, and profoundly inspiring and stimulating a scene that had been struggling since the end of the ‘French touch’ to find something a little more refreshing than filtered disco house.
It could be said that Vitalic ushered in the French Touch 2.0, masterfully bringing bangers back into fashion and putting France back on the dancefloor map. With his first production signed by tastemaker DJ Hell for his Gi**lo imprint, Vitalic paid scant regard to genre boundaries and concentrated on simply knocking out some killer tunes – a mix of irresistible melodies, stampeding synths and pure energy. Within a few years, French electronica had changed direction, eschewing the dancefloors for which it had originally been conceived and starting to tour, live. A revolution was born - Vitalic opened the way and Daft Punk, Justice and Etienne de Crecy followed.

Since his first album, “OK Cowboys” in 2005 which mixed galloping techno, brass bands, 100,000 volt electric guitars and languorous pop songs so sad they could make a stone weep, Vitalic has constantly tried to reinvent himself, pushing his idea and vision of disco to the extreme. This constant renewal is no doubt where the producer finds his strength, exploring every facet (like a disco ball), the myriad possibilities of what he calls metal disco, or more prosaically “disco-poilue” – fuzzy disco.
For “Voyager”, his fourth studio album composed over the course of two years and the one he considers his most ‘disco’ ever, Vitalic remembers initially wanting to make something that could barely be danced to, inspired by the electronic music of the 1970s. However, that angle of attack was rapidly diverted. “I changed my mind during production and added beats,” he explains. “Voyager” thus became a record that has forgotten nothing of the cosmic disco heritage of the 1980s, dominated by deeply energetic, or****ic synthesisers with influences from pioneers of the genre like Moroder, Cerrone, Patrick Cowley, Lime, Spacer, Carpenter and Gino Soccio.
Both the name and sublimely retro-futuristic artwork of “Voyager” clearly announce the direction Vitalic has taken – this is a cosmic space odyssey, packed with energy-filled retro-futuristic hits perfect for dancing in zero gravity, followed by melancholic cooldown periods spent contemplating the lost galaxies of the vast cosmos. “El Viaje”, the album’s opening track with its Latin-tinged melody, is the perfect launchpad for this cosmic expedition, where analogue synths (like the super-rare Buchla) have taken over and are now laying down the law. It’s a weightless voyage that sends our emotions on a rollercoaster ride, from “Waiting For The Stars” - the first single featuring David Shaw and an irresistible disco-pop hit with gimmicks à la “Funky Town” – to “Levitation”, a veritable turbine punctuated by screams from the crowd as only Vitalic knows how, to “Eternity”, a sort of synthetic opera or contemporary hybrid of Wim Mertens and Klaus Nomi. However, on “Voyager” you’ll also find “Lightspeed”, a true dancefloor bomb filled with outrageously funky synth rifts, you’ll be fascinated by “Sweet Cigarette”, a sombre rock-influenced track haunted by the ghost of “Warm Leatherette” (as performed by The Normal) and “Hans is Driving” an electronic nursery rhyme with Miss Kittin lost in the cosmos discussing the meaning of life with an artificial intelligence, before breaking down in sobs to “Don’t Leave me Now”, a throbbing, ambient Supertramp cover version. Conceived as a cosmic journey into the heart of dance music, “Voyager” perfectly brings together the three elements that have always composed Vitalic’s strength: a touch of experimental folly, killer melodies and a joyful overabundance of energy. It’s this magic formula that makes “Voyager” the ideal disc to listen to with your feet on the dancefloor and your eyes fixed on the stars. Or vice-versa. - Resident Advisor Biography

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French Electronic Music Producer
V Shop : https://www.vitalic.org/shop Spotify : https://open.spotify.com/artist/4M84umUNRbZy1mJleyyRM9

Genre
Electronic

Members
Pascal Arbez-Nicolas

Record Label
Citizen Records / Clivage Music

Biography
Discography:
Albums
2005 : OK Cowboy (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2007 : OK Cowboy - collector edition (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2007 : V Live (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2009 : FlashMob (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2012 : Rave Age (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2017 : Voyager (Citizen Records/Clivage Music)

Singles & EP
2001 : Poney EP (International Deejay Gi**lo Records)
2001 : Vital Ferox - Absolut avec Alessandro Farac (alias Al Ferox)
2003 : To L'An-fer From Chicago (12")
2004 : Fanfares (12") (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2005 : My Friend Dario (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2005 : No Fun (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2006 : Bells EP (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2009 : Disco Terminateur EP (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2009 : Poison Lips EP (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2010 : Second Lives (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2012 : Stamina (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2013 : Fade Away (Different Recordings/Citizen Records)
2016 : Film Noir EP (Correspondant Records/Citizen Records)
2017 : Tu Conmigo ( Citizen Records/Clivage Music )

Remixes:
2002: A Number Of Names - Shari Vari (The Hacker & Vitalic Remix) (International Deejay Gi**lo Records)
2002: Manu le Malin - Ghost train (Bloc 46 Records)
2002: Lady B - Swany (Citizen Records)
2002: Miss Kittin & The Hacker - 1982 (International Deejay Gi**lo Records)
2002: Demon vs Heartbreaker - You Are My High (Different Recordings)
2002: Slam feat. Dot Allison - Visions (Soma)
2003: Bolz Bolz - Take A Walk (Neo-Romantic Dima Mix) (White Label)
2004: Basement Jaxx - Cish Cash (XL Recordings)
2005: Daft Punk - Technologic (Virgin Records)
2005: Röyksopp feat. Karin Dreijer - What Else Is There ? (Wall Of Sound)
2005: Björk - Who is it (One Little Indian )
2006: Detroit Grand Pubahs & Dave The Hustler - Go Ahead (Citizen Records)
2006: Moby - Go (Mute Records)
2007: Teenage Bad Girl - Hands Of A Stranger (Citizen Records)
2007: Crash Course In Science - Cardboard Lamb (Planete Rouge)
2008: Heartsrevolution - Ultraviolence (Kitsune Music)
2009: Heartbreak - We're Back (Lex Records)
2009: Birdy Nam Nam - The Parachute Ending (Sony Music)
2010: Amadou et Mariam - Sabali (Because Music)
2011: Jean Michel Jarre - La Cage (Disques Dreyfus)
2011: Jean Michel Jarre - Eros Machine (Disques Dreyfus)
2011: The Dø - Slippery Slope (Sony Music)
2011: Sexy Sushi - Oublie Moi (Label Maison)
2014 : Paul Kalkbrenner - Altes Kammufel (Paul Kalkbrenner Musik)
2017: Indochine - Station 13 (Indochine Records)
2018: Etienne Daho - Le Jardin "Le Fruit Défendu" (Virgin Music)

Press Contact
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Booking Agent
France, Belgium, South America: [email protected]
Rest of the world: [email protected]

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Tap Management has had a run of success with artists including Dua Lipa and Lana Del Rey. A year after announcing its la...
10/31/2018
Tap up: Rebranded Tap Music reveals global label ambitions

Tap Management has had a run of success with artists including Dua Lipa and Lana Del Rey. A year after announcing its label ambitions, it has officially rebranded as Tap Music, an umbrella group offering client services across Tap Records and Tap Publishing, while continuing to expand the management business.

“Tap as a management company is renowned for delivering a really cohesive artist proposition,” Hannah Neaves, head of global marketing and artist development, told Music Week. “The whole ethos of Tap is having this added value and being very self-sufficient. We now have a global team and dedicated in-house expertise and marketing in the US.”

Ellie Goulding, who joined the Tap Management roster six months ago, has released her new single, Close to Me, a collaboration with Diplo ft. Swae Lee. Her fourth studio album is set for release through Polydor in early 2019.

Neaves, a former Polydor executive, is already familiar with Goulding. “She is definitely a growing artist,” she said. “We have so much ambition and excitement for her. She’s written an incredible album.”

The label has signed UK R&B artist Col3trane in partnership with Geffen and LA duo Moby Rich. Tap has formed a JV with Universal Music that enables the company to partner with any UMG label and develop artists as priorities outside the major label system.

“It takes so long to break an artist and it is very tempting, if you’re caught under pressure, to make the wrong decision or go in the wrong direction,” said Neaves. “I think we’re really lucky that we’re small enough that we don’t need to do that and we can remain true to the artist.”

She added that the streaming environment had facilitated Tap’s global ambitions.

“Definitely - the traditional gatekeepers still exist but they are not as powerful,” she said. “There is a bit more of a level playing field and we have great relationships with all of our partners, so we can launch an artist from scratch without needing a major label.”

The company is now officially called Tap Music and comprises its longstanding management operation alongside a record label and publishing division. Hannah Neaves, head of global marketing and artist development, says they will always “remain true to the artist”.

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2018 returns to La Grande Halle de la Villette next week with the likes of Blood Orange, ...
10/29/2018
The stage times are in for Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2018

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2018 returns to La Grande Halle de la Villette next week with the likes of Blood Orange, Peggy Gou, Kaytranada, Daniel Avery, Avalon Emerson and Bon Iver.

Ahead of this year’s edition, the festival has shared stage times for the three-day main event, which takes place November 1-3.

On November 1 the closing slot will be helmed by Mac DeMarco, with Blood Orange followed by Kaytranada locked in for the final slots on November 2. For the last day of the main festival a cast of dance music favourites have been selected, with a special ticket option on offer for festival-goers interested in the “club night” portion of the evening. A 4am performance from Daniel Avery will bring the festival to a close, with sets earlier in the night from Jeremy Underground, DJ Koze, Peggy Gou and Avalon Emerson.

The festival will be followed by two late-night afterparties at Le Trabendo, which take place on November 1 and 2. The first party features a string of familiar faces from the realms of experimental dance music and beyond, with the likes of Yves Tumor, Lotic and Or:la confirmed. The second night features Honey Dijon, DJ Seinfeld, Perel and more.

Daniel Avery, Peggy Gou and Kaytranada are among names confirmed for next week's festival

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