New Single, Music Video, & Bonus Tracks From People In A Box

NASHVILLE, TN – April 23, 2005: Momentum continues to build for “Find You Again”–the 2nd release from Nashville-based dance act People In A Box… FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information contact:
Kurt Kirton, 615-833-5799, peopleinabox@mailNOSPAM.com
www.peopleinabox.com

NEW SINGLE, MUSIC VIDEO, & BONUS TRACKS FROM PEOPLE IN A BOX

NASHVILLE, TN – April 23, 2005: Momentum continues to build for “Find You Again”–the 2nd release from Nashville-based dance act People In A Box. “Radio has been even more receptive to the new single (“Together” [Zarc Porter dance mix]) than we expected,” says front-man Kurt Kirton. Confirmed airplay in 6 countries was complemented by inclusion on large record pool company TM Century’s late March volume alongside remixes of mainstream acts such as Daft Punk, The Killers, Loleatta Holloway, & DJ Icey. Shortly after the release of the new single, Kathleen & Kurt were guests for a live interview on dance radio program, The Dance Chapel.

Last Saturday, April 16th, marked the long-awaited album release party and first concert in almost a year and a half for the band. There, it was officially announced that the video to the current (“Together”) single is included on the CD as a hidden file. Additionally, the extended club mix of the song and the original, guitar-based, worship version of “Holy & Exalted” can be found, bringing the CD to a total of 14 songs + a video!

Photos from the album release concert are now up at the site on the PHOTOS page. The CD can be previewed and ordered on site as well (only $10)!

Radio Clash (Blogcast Review)

Radio Clash is a London based music blogcast that comprises choice tracks,mixes and bootlegs along with a little commentary. Tim, the caster, produces and plays excellent mixes himself adding a unique aspect to the shows. In addition to the normal casts there are very informative mini documantaries on influencial artists. If you are a lover if the new and unusual, the funny and the funky, and innovative sounds in general then this will not fail you.

The cast is in good quality mp3 (80kbps, around 30MB per show) and new episodes come out weekly on average.


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Vinyl Podcast (Blogcast Review)

This one is short and sweet. Basically, yer man picks an old vinyl record from his collection and tells you about it, plays it and signs off. There are sometimes the odd hiss and crackle that old vinyl picks up along the way but that rarely detracts from the quality of the songs. The music played covers folk, funk, rock n roll and more besides.

The descriptions are detailed and interesting slices of musical history that put the song into perspective very effectively.

The casts are in very good quality and are MP3 format at 128kbps, the episodes coming in at around 7MB; casts are fairly regularly posted.


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you’ll need to Get an MP3 Player (Amazon.co.uk link)
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Click here to visit vinylpodcast.com