Every year, there is a gathering of some of the greatest minds working behind the scenes in the industry known as the New Music Seminar. This notable event was held in NY's Webster Hall this year for 3 days of enlightening discussion on concerns, issues, and hopes affecting the music industry today. Gowhere NY was in attendance to absorb the informative nature of each panels topic, or "movement" which were conducted by many of the leading indivdiduals in the music industry.
On the last day of the event, NMS hosted their first music festival, located in over 17 different venues and featuring over 150 artists. Artists performing included, Travis Porter featuring surprise guest Jim Jones, Ziggy Marley, Riots !n Paris, Futuristic Lingo and many others. We decided to hit Public Assembly in Brooklyn to show love to our favorite ghastly duo, The Doppelgangaz who were performing along with Soul Khan and the Brown Bag AllStars who hopped on stage right after them. Quite the treat to say the least. We caught up with The Doppelgangaz after their performance for a few words and to inform them on how they were mentioned earlier in the day as an example for setting up an effective youtube page by speaker Julie Perry (Vice President Social Media - BLASTmedia, Creator of "YouTube Secret Weapon").
Watch the vid above to see what they had to say about it, and be sure to get your copy of the recently released tape Beats For Brothels Vol. 2 available now on Bandcamp. It's a combination of smooth produced instrumentals and a few tracks with verses from the the two. Listen and/or purchase HERE.
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