Sunday, February 18, 2007

Cool Music

I'm always looking for new music. I love independent artists and those that aren't so "popular" yet. I think it is because they are still hungry. Or maybe because they haven't conformed to a labels requirements yet. They just seem to be playing music they love and that makes it very appealing to me. There is a great site out there that showcases these artists. The site has a great selection of lots of unsigned artists. There is something in about every genre you can image. I'm sure you will find something that you like. Whether you are looking for country bands, rock bands or Progressive Bands they have it. I've had so much fun browsing this site and locating some fresh new music!


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Lisa said...

Great post! Here via the carnival.

Denise said...

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this post. Thanks for sharing.

LaDonna said...

I really like seeing independent artists, too.

Cecile said...

The smaller artist are sometimes the better ones! The big ones all start to sound the same after awhile.

CyberCelt said...

I tried to take this opp, but could not wrap my brain around a post. You did a great job.

The next Postie Carnival, held March 19th, will be hosted at CoolAdzine for Marketers (

The theme is March Holidays and Celebrations.

Here are just a f
ew celebrations:

* Women's History Month
* International Women's Day
* St. Patrick's Day
* First Day of Spring
* Baseball
* Spring Equinox
* Feast of Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
* Festival of Trees
* Lady Day
* Rites of Spring

Here are some birthdays:

* Dr. Suess
* Albert Einstein
* Houdini
* Alexander G. Bell

Of course, your holiday or birthday is not listed, but is welcome. Help me make this a wonderful carnival.



P.S. You are going to tell me how I get the posts for the carnival, I hope. I have no idea what to do.

skeet said...

I'm too old and set in my ways to enjoy most of what they have, but I did find a few I enjoyed when I did the opp!

Retta said...

Independents are always great to hear, I remember when I was in highschool going to cafes and whatnot checking out bands.