Tuesday, March 25, 2014

April 15: "Music Curation" with Joe Bryl, Duane Powell, Scott McNiece (Chicago)

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Chicago Artists Coalition

Music DJ Talk at Chicago Artists Resource

CAR Music presents ...
Music Curation: Sharing in the Digital Age
Tuesday, April 15 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Free and open to public. Must be over 21 years old to attend.
Chicago Artists Coalition, 217 N. Carpenter, Chicago, IL 60607
Tuesday, April 15 6:30–8:30 p.m.
Join us at Chicago Artists Coalition as CAR Music Researcher J. Johari Palacio moderates an informal discussion with Chicago music curators Joe Bryl, Duane Powell and Scott McNiece.
Topics include the Internet's role in sourcing music; analog versus digital; bloggers and music journalism; the DJ technique; making money and sharing music.
CAR will also announce the winner of its $500 Call for Bumper Music.
Click to RSVP for this event.

About the Speakers

Joe Bryl, Music Director, Maria's Packaged Goods & Nico Osteria
Previously a co-owner and musical director of famed nightclub Sonotheque, Joe Bryl has focused on eclectic, underground sounds for the past 20 years. Bryl was a partner in HotHouse, bringing Chicagoans a wide range of left-field dance music from rare groove, Latin, funk, Brazilian, steppers, African, acid jazz and neo-soul.

Duane Powell

Duane Powell, DJ, Promoter and Tastemaker
From soul music and house to acid jazz and neo­-soul, Duane Powell has proved himself an eclectic DJ. In 12 years at Dr Wax Records, he broke Ledisi, Eric Roberson, Julie Dexter & Jill Scott. He launched SOUNDROTATION. Powell has also spun at House Of Blues, The Funky Buddha Lounge, Park 52 and Reggie's Music Club.

Scott McNiece

Scott McNiece, Founder, Uncanned Music
Scott McNiece is an active participant in music and dining scenes. A seasoned drummer, McNiece subsidized his lifestyle with various restaurant jobs. After two years as music curator for Hogsalt Hospitality (Gilt Bar, Maude’s Liquor Bar, Au Cheval), he launched Uncanned Music LLC in 2012.

Last Chance: Submit Your Song

Click to submit your 30-second track to CAR

Call for Video Bumper Music
CAR is looking for high-quality, 30-second recordings of original composition to be used in CAR videos. The artist of the selected track will be paid a $500 honorarium to develop the song.
All submissions will be considered for future features on Chicago Artists Resource.
The winning track will be announced at the Music Curation talk (above) on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Deadline: March 24, 2014, 5 p.m.
Uploads should have the proper metadata with name of composer, electronic contact information and date recorded. No samples unless already cleared.

CAR is funded in part by grants from The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, The Joyce Foundation and Leveraging Investments in Creativity, Inc. (LINC).

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