In the Music Industry we know how difficult it can be to make money so we’d like to reward you for your enthusiasm and help!
How it works
As a member of the programme, you can earn hundreds of pounds for every person you refer to use the services of Intune Addicts. There’s no limit to the number of people you can refer, so there’s no limit to how much you can earn.
Or, if you would like to share your reward we can arrange that too. Every time you refer someone you will select one of the following options:
You receive a payment direct to your bank account.
The person you refer receives money off the service(s) they book
You split it – you receive a payment and the person you refer receives money off the cost of their services.
If you decide to use our services you even get rewarded for “referring” yourself and you receive money off the service you book.
“Hey everyone, we’re thrilled to say that we have just signed the contract for a 6 Month residency at the Hard Rock Cafe, Macau!
Our debut album is in the finishing stages (to be released in 2013), and if you come to Macau you will see Goober Gun in full flight…songs from our EPs, the upcoming new album, and a SHED LOAD of classics given the Goober Gun treatment (I assure you, you’ve never heard a Billy Joel song played quite like this!
Joining us for the Macau shows are the amazingly talented Shirin Singer for the UK and Mari Myrholt from Norway. Their keyboard and vocal skills will add something really special to the band, and we can’t wait to kick off the shows on Oct 2nd!!
Come to the gigs, dance your clothes off and we’ll all win at Roulette – RED ALL THE WAY!!!!”
Calling all budding musicians looking for the opportunity to get their music heard at The Great Escape 2013…. the wait is over and artist registration is now open!
All bands can register for booking consideration, free of charge. We promise to review all submissions and will contact artists directly if their application has been successful. This year The Great Escape brought over 16,000 people to Brighton to witness some of the world’s best new music.
Some of TGE 2012’s highlights included Alt J, Africa Express Soundsystem, Aiden Grimshaw, Alabama Shakes, DjangoDjango, Friends, Grimes, Haim, Howler, Lucy Rose, Madeon, Maximo Park, Nils Frahm, Niki & The Dove, Pond, Savages, Shabazz Palaces, Spector, The Temper Trap, Trippple Nippples and Violet to name just a few!
Who knows what highlights we will be talking about post TGE 2013, but to get in the running CLICK HERE and submit your application.
The Bandsintown team recently commissioned leading research firm, Insight Strategy Group, to study the behavior of concert goers nationwide and identify trends in their discovery of live music events. Taking into account both the social and musical aspects of attending a concert, the online survey splits fans into five distinct segments, revealing how bands, managers, record labels, and marketers can effectively target each one, improving the artist’s relationship with their fans and increasing ticket sales and related revenue.
I first caught “Everything Everything” at Manchester’s Night and Day Cafe in 2009, performing at an NME showcase and safe to say I was highly impressed.
They subsequently signed with the now defunct UK branch of Geffen Records and released their astonishing debut “Man Alive” in 2010 to great critical acclaim and to my absolute drooling-muso adulation.
I have since seen them 13 times.
I am well aware that is pretty lame, but in my defence, they seem to have all the best bits about Radiohead but with an added frenetic, polyrhythmic, ADHD-riddled party-popping twist. (#journalism)
I’ll spare the additional adjective fest for now, because it could escalate rather quickly.
This is a band of superlatives and basically their new single “Cough Cough” is really very good.
It’s released under newly re-established Sony subsidiary, RCA Victor, on October 14th.
Have a look at the self-directed video here.
*Excuse the tabloid headline, It’s not technically out until the Autumn I know.
Music video by Everything Everything performing Cough Cough. (C) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
The new single ‘Cough Cough’ from Everything Everything is released on the 14th October 2012 through RCA Victor.
The new album ‘Arc’ will later be released on the 14th Jan 2013.
For more information on Everything Everything, their new album or the band’s October tour please visit: