Breaking Down Doors and Beating the Odds:
TAXI Member Crossfade's Rise to the Top


Released in April 2004, the band's self-titled album has spawned its first single, "Cold," which climbed the rock radio charts and spent four weeks at No. 2, being rivaled only by Velvet Revolver. Recently, Crossfade broke into the top 30 on alternative radio . . .Read the full story

Big Talent, Big Dreams, Big Interest: TAXI Member Kate Voegele is Making Waves with Major Labels

Just two years ago music was merely a hobby for Kate. Then she joined TAXI, and due to TAXI screener interest, several major labels contacted TAXI to learn more about the talented teen. "I didn't know how to get my music out there, so TAXI was a huge help . . ."Read the full story



David Boxenbaum: General Manager, Octone Records

His label picked up new pop phenomenon Maroon 5 after every major label had passed on them, then got the band touring, placed them on radio, partnered with J/RCA to take the band to the top. They broke this band into the big time, and they did it the indie way . . .Read the full story

Member Deals Cool Stuff Industry News


Joe Quaranto had a song placed on the NBC drama series_._._.



Film and TV placement leaders Position Music picked up Ryan Hovind_._._.



MTV's reality series Road Rules will use a song by Denny Earnest this August_._._.





Songwriter 101

Learn from veteran producers, hit song writers, top lawyers, and more_._._.




Curt Mangan Strings

Fusion Matched™ process creates killer sound_._._.



Apple Juices Motorola Phones

Now you'll be able to "dial in" your sounds in a whole new way_._._.

Independent Labels May Sue To Block Merger

Lawyers for European independent record label consortium Impala and others joining under the banner "Opponents of Sony BMG"_._._.

Bulletin Board

Britney "knee'ds" time, KISS won't go away, and other critical news_._._.



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