Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Duke Dumont

Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Duke Dumont Becoming Popular" on Spreaker. Not all master mixers are searching for the charts. But when it happens does the artist feel like they're cheating on their fans and roots? For writer performer and producer Duke Dumont it actually made him bolder. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Real Life.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update EDX On EDM Popularity" on Spreaker. The evolution of EDM is a global music movement that can't be centered on one particular part of the planet. Master Mixers like EDX know how the elements of every nation including the weather play out in the popularity and performance of the sound. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Feel The Rush.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Thomas Jackson

Listen to "Thomas Jackson Policing Ferguson" on Spreaker. What really happened that fateful day in August 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri, and how can we restore the vital trust between police and communities across America? Few people are better positioned to tell this story than former Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson, who watched it all unfold, firsthand. Following the fatal shooting in August 2014 by a white police officer of an African American man, eighteen-year-old Michael Brown, in broad daylight, Ferguson became the scene of protests that pitted law enforcement against locals and Black Lives Matter activists. The media firestorm has not waned and, in fact, has grown stronger in light of recent violence by and against police officers nationwide. But according to Chief Jackson, the uninformed media actually fans the flames of unrest and exploits the situation: infotainment optics have become more important than truth, while social media spreads the news without providing context. Policing Ferguson, Policing America is the book that finally tells the inside story of what happened in Ferguson, and how good guys became the bad guys through media and political distortion. Citizens and law enforcement professionals alike feel the urgent need for our systems and procedures to change for the better. Few people are in a better position to explore the issues than Chief Jackson. In Policing Ferguson, Policing America, Jackson tells for the first time the real Ferguson story while sharing his thoughts about the steps we can take together to improve all Americans' lives and restore trust between the police and the communities they serve. His practical, well-informed recommendations offer a vision of hope to the country's dire, ongoing racial tensions. ABOUT THOMAS JACKSON Thomas Jackson is the former police chief of Ferguson, Missouri, who oversaw many years of progress in his community until Michael Brown's tragic shooting death. He stepped down in March 2015 but continues to be sought by the media to discuss not only Ferguson but also officers' and victims' rights, police procedures, and the rash of violence by and against police. Jackson lives in Ferguson, Missouri.

George Burgess

Listen to "George Burgess From Nat Geo Wild Sharkfest" on Spreaker. SharkFest, television’s second-best-known week of sharks, returns to Nat Geo WILD on Sunday, July 23 at 8 PM ET. In addition, decorated Olympian Ryan Lochte makes a splash to help spread the word about the most sharks per square inch on television. Celebrating its fifth anniversary, SharkFest presents factual shark stories incorporating innovative research technology to reveal compelling insight on some of the most unique shark species in the world. With the help of scientists and shark experts, SharkFest will deliver the facts and raise awareness about these “jawsome” animals in more than 131 countries and 38 languages.


Listen to "Klangstof Seasons" on Spreaker. The dreamy alt-indie of Amsterdam-based group Klangstof is the product of Norwegian singer/songwriter and producer Koen van de Wardt. His earliest inspiration was Radiohead's OK Computer, which he used to hone his instrument-playing skills. Once he started writing his own material, he bolstered his songcraft abilities with studies at Hedmark University College in Norway. After a stint as bassist with Dutch indie band Moss, van de Wardt committed himself to the Klangstof project in 2014. After releasing the single "Hostage" in 2016, he signed with Mind of a Genius, home to Zhu and Gallant. The sweeping tune incorporated the icy soundscapes favored by Radiohead in their late-era works, while also infusing some of the ethereal atmospherics of Sigur Rós and funky flourishes of Alt-J into the mix. A full-length arrived in 2016. Close Eyes to Exit featured "Hostages" and the title track. It resulted in a remix collection, Klangstoff Remixes: Dusk, that was issued in 2017.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update D3L Talks Simplicity" on Spreaker. When you're the performer and the producer the experience can sometimes be a single line in the sand. While the creative mind wants to throw every color of the rainbow onto the canvas. It's the producers responsibility to keep the music simple enough for the listener to participate with. D3L's latest release on rBeatz aRadio I Wonder is a great example of staying connected.


Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Blasterjaxx On Making A Label" on Spreaker. Scoring hits globally is one thing. To make the business part of music work artists are reaching beyond being the performer and producer. They're grasping the reins of growth and owning their own record labels. Blasterjaxx has opened the door and find it to be a little busy but extremely rewarding. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Corrida.