sábado, outubro 17, 2015

Parabólica América #73

Pessoal, esse é o Parabólica América de hoje, 17.10.2015. Enjoy!


2 comentários:

Roberto Fantinel disse...

Bom dia Sérgio, sempre leio seu blog e principalmente a NOVAFM, belo trabalho. Tenho um filho que está batalhando seu espaço na produção musical....mas é bastante tímido. Gostaria de saber da o possibilidade de cooperar na sua WebRadio. Segue o CV que retirei da página no SounCloud, "sem autorização"...rs. Grato

Playing the piano since the age of 4 and remixing at 11, I've been working on official remixes for record labels and artists all over the world under a couple different pseudonyms since I was 13, until adopting the "Country Club Martini Crew" moniker at 17. One of my first remixes under this alias, a bootleg version of "Your Body" by Christina Aguilera in late 2012, quickly became one of my most known productions thanks to the massive support of DJs and music blogs and websites, and put me on the radar of the major record companies shortly after.

Now at 20, in these two years that followed I have done official remixes for artists of the likes of Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez, Demi Lovato, Kylie Minogue, Enrique Iglesias, Jennifer Hudson and R Kelly, and record labels such as Disney/Hollywood Records, Capitol, RCA, Epic and EMI, as well as landing five #1 remixes on Billboard's Hot Dance/Club Songs chart, besides four other remixes on the same chart's Top 5.

In addition to dance remixes, I'm responsible for an independent project known as "Pop Goes Live", consisting of acoustic renditions of pop songs, which are made available for streaming on my YouTube channel. Despite being a project not officially connected to the artists or their record companies, it's already been supported by Billboard, Ryan Seacrest and Attitude Magazine, to name a few, besides trending worldwide twice on Twitter upon the release of two of its editions.

Between my dance remixes and the acoustic versions from "Pop Goes Live" (over 3 million views on my YouTube channel), my work has been supported by radio stations including UK's BBC Radio 1, Capital FM and Gaydio; Australia's Nova 100 and 2DayFM; and Brazil's Jovem Pan and KIIS FM, as well as online support from MSN.com, Idolator, Digital Spy, Perez Hilton, MuuMuse, Out Magazine and Vagalume, Brazil's biggest lyrics website.

Roberto Fantinel disse...

Esquecendo..moramos em São José dos Campos (SP). Grato.