The latest Sorted Noise release from Perrin Lamb – “Sometimes the Night..” is available on briterevolution.com. Brite Revolution is a super-cool subscription-based service where for $4.99 a month, you have exclusive access to some of Nashville’s best artists. 10% of every subscription goes to a charity of the artists’ and your choosing. Your [...]
WUMB in Boston, Ma. one of the nation’s most influential acoustic music stations just released their WUMB Top 100 Artists of 2009 ….
The radio station surveys thousands of listeners to tabulate these results. We’re pretty psyched to see Ellis’ name amongst these giants of folk. Read the full article here…
Our crazy rockin’ friends from Atlanta have just released the second single from the Sorted Noise-produced EP Par Avion. The news is spreading and being streamed on such high profile music sites as tunelab.com, a premiere mainstream rock website which receives around 12,000,000 unique visitors a month. The track “Inhaling a Bullet” [...]
The video has generated a couple thousand views in a matter of a few days as well as an outpouring of fan support for Ellis’ new record “The Day After Everything Changed”, produced by Sorted Noise.
“If you purchase this cd you will not be disappointed – every song is amazing!”
Secrets In Stereo‘s track “Starting to Rain” was featured on MTV’s “The Hills” recently for those of you who indulge. In addition, the SIS song “No Such Thing” is being featured heavily in CBS’ promos for their latest medical drama “Three Rivers.” We saw the commercial about 30 times while watching football [...]
Ellis Paul’s song “Once Upon a Summertime” was featured yesterday on USA Today’s Playlist, a piece the paper runs recommending great music to the public. The song off the Sorted Noise-produced album “The Day After Everything Changed” is generating a lot of buzz and seems to be a favorite among critics.
Well, look who's featured in this week's Country Weekly. It's Julie Roberts talking about her experience on The... fb.me/283DvvTHI
Good writing day in LA for The CO boys I guess. Geez fb.me/1Nc3FoW7a
That robot of Michael Scott they used in the series finale of The Office was super believable.