Monthly Archives: July 2007

The Epic Scores of Demetrios Katis

Demetrios Katis was born in Athens, Greece and has been composing songs for over twenty years. Since the age of 17, Demetrios has proven his talent through many awards for his historically driven sound and has been published in London, … Continue reading

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BeatPick does Music- Not Politics

This past week, two of BeatPick’s artists, Henrik Frenzel and Simon Wolfe, were selected for the soundtrack of a nonprofit video created by the Majority Leaders’ Office of Steny Hoyer, in Washington D.C. The Majority Leader is the second-ranking official … Continue reading

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Howard Richards Piano Styles

Howard Richards has been playing piano since he was five years old, barely reaching the pedals yet finding the keys like it was meant to be. His life has been dedicated to the piano and his passion for those ivory … Continue reading

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ICommons Summit 2007

Every year the founders and true innovators of Creative Commons (CC) come together at the ICommons Summit to discuss, motivate, innovate and broaden peoples’ knowledge and awareness of the CC, this past month June 15th, held in Dubrovnik. ICommons is … Continue reading

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Beatpick Track of The Week: “Any Way U Look At It” by OHN

Thought-provoking, genre-crossing Pop-Rock laboratory OHN are at the moment working hard on promoting their latest album “Revolutionary Revolution“, certainly the most mature piece of work the Austin-based ensemble have published so far. The band’s formation is in constant evolution, having … Continue reading

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Beatpick & SecondLife

This past June 21st 2007, for the first time ever, the European Festival of Music (a free live music celebration held every summer in European cities), was held in Second Life! What is Second Life you ask? Well, let me … Continue reading

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Tony Cash’s Ripple Effect on the Rap community

Meet one of the newest and fewest legit rappers out there, Tony Cash.   Tony Cash is from Detroit Michigan, and has been an artist for over ten years. His main influences are Redman, Methodman, Tupac, Biggie Smalls, Nas, Ghetto … Continue reading

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