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[LA BODEGA] QUARANTINE TALK:CASAGRANDE

Welcome to the 10th edition of La Bodega’s Quarantine Talk.

Where we have conversations with various artist and groups from around the world via email, zoom & phone.

The artist we have featured is CASAGRANDE From London

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SO. What is your Name? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the
entertainment industry?
SC. My name is Simone Casagrande, I am from a small village in northern Italy, but due to
unemployment, I moved to London in 2016, where I currently live. I think to be a creative
person and my friends/colleagues often say I am funny. So I think to have a natural
direction towards the entertainment industry.

SO. Who and/or what inspires you to create?
SC. Personal experience first and then also the unknown, life…

SO. How would you describe your sound?
SC. Progressive old school thrash/post-industrial metal.

SO. What is your creative process like?
SC. There are two ways. I can start with guitar riffs and then with the help of session
men/drum loops finish the song or create a drum track first then I play the bass lines.
Finally, I jam on it to create riffs sounding good. When I find a good compromise I start to
write the vocal parts. The process can require lots of time, even years.

SO. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
SC. I wish Mr. Eloy Casagrande from Sepultura to be my drummer. I tried to post a song of
mine ages ago on his Facebook page, but he or an administrator removed it. We have the
same surname and I suppose he belongs to an Italian family like the Cavalera brothers
whose father is from Gaeta. They split from the band and formed another one named
Cavalera Conspiracy. My band is Casagrande, so why not have another Casagrande in
the line-up..? Of course, I know he has better things to do, and I probably cannot afford
him as I cannot afford any session man as well. But during these hard times of lockdowns,
he may find some time to record some drum midi track for me. I wouldn’t deny any collaboration for some pop songs as Eddy Van Allen did with Michael Jackson. If some hot
emerging single female singer needs a shredding solo, here I am.

SO. What is one message you would give to your supporters?
SC. Take care of your future. Don’t uncritically listen to the mainstream media. Be aware of
the world we now will no longer exist. It is up to anyone to stop this madness.

SO. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?
SC. I am afraid I have no secrets, sorry.

SO. What would you be doing right now if you weren’t doing music?
SC. I had five years stop, from 2003 to 2008 where I was not playing the electric guitar at all. I
was in a relationship with a person who didn’t like my metalhead; attitude.
Unfortunately, anything comes to an end. Doing something else than music doesn’t make
sense now…

SO. Who are some artists/people you admire and why?
SC. I am admiring whoever is doing its job honestly. Any medicals, journalists, politicians,
artists who are telling us the truth and acting for the good of all…

SO. What is the best advice you’ve been given?
SC. I was told to stop chatting too much about my boss’s choices at work, and I didn’t. When
the company went bankrupt he unexpectedly founded another one and didn’t hire me. I
could be still in Italy at the moment even if, due to the current situation I am not sure
what it is better for me…

SO. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
SC. Honestly, I think the main changes to a total digitalization have been already made and
that’s how I can be noticed worldwide.

SO. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?
SC. Frankly speaking, I would like to see me still working in the same place, unemployment is
rising even in the Uk, and lots of people have been laid off in even the retail industry, but
if you let me dream, I would like to have my own band and have a freelance job in It as I
tried before moving here.

SO. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?
SC. https://www.soundclick.com/casagrande it’s my oldest mp3 page where I moved since
MP3.com became for pro only.

https://www.soundcloud.com/casagrande7 it is my official now as it seems the whole
underground artists moved there

https://www.instagram.com/csgrnsmn
https://www.facebook.com/csgrndthrshr
https://www.youtube.com/videoindipendente my channel is not about my music only.
Unfortunately, the rules are constantly changing so it has been demonetized, a good reason
for you to subscribe and play all the videos. Thanks.
https://www.patreon.com/videoindipendente I launched this page just to support other
YouTubers, but if you want to spare some money…

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[LA BODEGA] QUARANTINE TALK:HOT SUNDAY BLOOD

Welcome to the 9th edition of La Bodega’s Quarantine Talk.

Where we have conversations with various artist and groups from around the world via email, zoom & phone.

The group we have featured is Hot Sunday Blood From Torino, Italy

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SO. What are your names? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the
entertainment industry?
HSB. We are:
Andrea (vocals), Marco (guitar), Andrea “Andy” (guitar), Paolo (bass), Carlo (drums)
We are all from Torino, Italy. We all are long term musicians that one day met and
decided to play together.

SO. Who and/or what inspires you to create?
HSB. Music comes from what we are, situations we live, how we see the world. It’s “simply” a
way to express our inner being. We have solid rock and metal roots even if everyone of us
likes different things and tries to bring his vision into play. I think the ultimate motivation
is that we like it. We like how our sound comes out, and we like to evolve and search for
different solutions.

SO. How would you describe your sound?
HSB. Something dark, unusual and somewhat uncomfortable. We can attach the very generic
tag of “alternative metal” which means all and nothing. It’s something you may or may
not like, but for sure is genuine, it’s what we are: naked.

SO. What is your creative process like?
HSB. Usually all starts with a guitar riff that gets elaborated and expanded. Lyrics and voice
melody comes after. Everyone in different ways brings its own, but we can say that
everyone is involved. The interesting thing is that the outcome is -every time- far different
from what we had in the beginning. It may even shift genre!

SO. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
HSB. It would be awesome to work with Pyogenesis and Katatonia! But this is a question that
must be asked to every different member of the band.

SO. What is one message you would give to your supporters?
HSB. In those difficult times, stay strong, which means focus on what’s really important in your
life and care about whom you love. And, of course, listen to HSB!

SO. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?
HSB. Our bass and guitar players are very intelligent people with a sophisticated sense of
humor!

SO. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?
HSB. If we weren’t doing music we would be trying to do some music, elementary 🙂

SO. Who are some artists/people you admire and why?
HSB. Everyone of us has its own answers. Generally speaking we love the ones which give us
emotions through their music, and our preferred artists come from the grunge and metal
scene. We could start with Type O’Negatyve and Alice in Chains for their darkness and
rage, while Soundgarden, Katatonia and Faith No More for the energy; Pyogenesis and
Linkin Park for the melody…I could go on forever.

SO. What is the best advice you’ve been given?
HSB. One fundamental advice was to always think as professionals, even if we are not (yet!).
No matter where you are playing, don’t be late, support the PA guys in soundcheck, don’t
leave your personal belongings in the way, don’t play overtime and so on. In other words,
try every time to do your best, and things will come.

SO. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
HSB. Undoubtedly more chances to play live! But we think the problem, at least in our country,
is not only with the industry itself but also with people’s mentality. Lately lass and less
people move their asses to go listen to live music.

SO. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?
HSB. Well… on stage with Korn? Jokes apart, obviously outside of this pandemic at first. Then
we hope to gain a little more evidence outside our borders and maybe touring a little bit
more!

SO. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?
HSB. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hotsundayblood
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hotsundayblood
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxeiqyUE9OfGsiLo9D62yiw

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[LaBodega][News]DJ Spinbad Suddenly Passed Away

Chris Sullivan, also known as DJ Spinbad was a Legendary disc jockey who came out to be one of the best in his time, has suddenly passed away today November 11th 2020, at the young age of 46.

DJ Spinbad was born on 23 October 1974, in Queens New York.

DJ Spinbad was a great one, who was known around the world, he was a DJ, producer, tour dj for Russell Peters and remixer on New York City’s radio station WHTZ.

He was loved by so many, his death has come as a sudden shock to the DJ community and in the hearts of his loved ones.

His cause of death has not been made known to the public at this time.

DJ Friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Chris Sullivan.

His death confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to his family.

‘RIP @djspinbad.

One of the best to ever do it.

His #Mixtapes are still unbeaten.

Creative as hell cuts so clean and always original.

A huge influence on me and countless others!!

Such a sad loss!!

Rest in Power!!

As positive as I’m trying to be for the rest of the year.

2020 just keeps fucking with me.

Today we lost another legend and inspiration to so many DJs young and old.

@djjaimeferreira and I were just listening to his mix the other day.

May you Rest In Peace king

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[LA BODEGA][NEW MUSIC]LUIS J – ADICTO A ELLA

BACK WITH ANOTHER HOT TRACK TO HEAT UP THE FALL & UPCOMING WINTER SEASON

LUIS J IS BACK THIS TIME HE BROUGHT ALONG SOME HELP FROM IGESTREMERA & MR.MELO

WITH THE TITLE TRACK “ADICTO A ELLA” “ADDICTED TO HER”

WITH THE CHORUS

SOY ADICTIO A ELLA, ELLA  ES TODA UNA DONCELLA,  ELLA

NO HAY MANERA DE EVITARTE A TI, ERES LA DROGA PARA MI

ADICTO A ELLA MA”

“I’M ADDICTED TO HER, SHE IS ALL A MAIDEN, SHE
NO WAY TO AVOID YOU, YOU ARE THE DRUG FOR ME
ADDICTED TO HER MA

IT DEFINETLY LETS YOU KNOW THIS ONE HERE IS FOR THE LADIES.

CHECK IT OUT ON ALL DIGITAL STREAMING PLATFORMS WORLDWIDE.

YOU CAN ALSO LISTEN TO IN ROTATION ON  FLEET RADIO NETWORKS

LATINO MUNDIAL RADIO

(WWW.FLEETDJRADIO.COM)

LISTEN TO IT HERE

LYRIC VIDEO:

“Adicto A Ella”
Luis J x IGEstremera x Mr. Melo
Prod. – Unkle Roc Beatz
Co-Prod. – Gentry Beats
Video Lyric: Guerrero Graphics Guerrero Entertainment & Publishing LLC 2020

IG: @luis_jtv @guerreroentllc

Facebook: Luis J, Guerrero Entertainment and Publishing LLC

Twitter: @luisjtv

Tik Tok: @luis_jtv

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[LA BODEGA] QUARANTINE TALK:BARBARA BLACK

Welcome to the 8th edition of La Bodega’s Quarantine Talk.

Where we have conversations with various artist and groups from around the world via email, zoom & phone.

The Artist & Band we have featured is Barbara Black  From Spain

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SO. What are your Names?

Where you’re from?

What first got you interested in the entertainment industry?

BB. We are Bárbara Black (Vocals), Nitro Destruction (Drummer), Javier Peláez (Guitar), Carlos
Cone (Guitar) and Daniel Buffalo Márquez (Bass).

We are from Spain.

I personally was interested in writing about my feelings or people stories and singing as a way of expressing myself and relating to the world.

SO. Who and/or what inspires you to create?
BB. When I usually write lyrics I am inspired by people stories related to feminism, animal rights
or gender violence. I also tell personal stories such as a paranormal anecdote I lived or a car
accident I had. But I also take inspiration from other artists. For example, writers like Poe or
Bécquer, characters from series or movies (The Queen of the Damned, Interview with the
Vampire, Jeepers Creepers, Game of Thrones), photographers like Nat Enémede, Javier
Bragado or Tony Madrid transmit me a lot; illustrators like B. Lacombe, fashion designers as
Palomo Spain, tattoo artists like Kat Von D or Monique Péres, or even video games like Dark
Country. All of this helps me to create the visual and auditory world that surrounds my
band.

SO. How would you describe your sound?
BB. Our sound is born from the roots of rock with the power of today’s metal. The new album
Love, Death & Flies is our hardest sound. You will find in the lyrics Victorian streets, dark
passages and a decadent romanticism and it will drive you to reach the zenith in
“Damnified”, a reflection of the approach to wilder southern sounds. I am a passionated
singer so there are powerful voices that fly through melodies, screaming and opera. And
what I really like the most is the sharp guitars and devastating drums.

SO. What is your creative process like?
BB. We are used to start from a sketch and then we develop together the structure, harmony
arrangements etc. But sometimes we rely on technology and send each other ideas to work at home
individually.

SO. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
BB. It would be a dream to collaborate with Doro Pesch, Alter Bridge, In this moment,
Halestorm, Black Stone Cherry, Sixx A.M and many more!

SO. What is one message you would give to your supporters?
BB. Thank you so much for all your love and support you give us and above all in the two
crowdfunding’s we did that made or albums possible.

SO. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?

BB. I am a very good teacher!! Hahahahah my students are happy studying Music or English
with me.

SO. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?
BB. Travelling.

SO. Who are some artists/people you admire and why?
BB. We love bands as Alter Bridge, Black Stone Cherry, Halestorm, Sixx A.M, or Shinedown
because of their compositions and quality sound. I personally love original voices such as
Doro Pesch, Janet Gardner, Maria Brink, Eric Martin, Russell Allen and many more!

SO. What is the best advice you’ve been given?
BB. Be constant until you get your dream.

SO. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
BB. Too many things hahahha.

SO. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?
BB. We are dreaming about big festivals, it is our true dream.

SO. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?
BB. www.barbarablackrock.com
www.facebook.com/barbarablackoficial
www.youtube.com/barbarablackofficial
@BarbaraBlack_
www.instagram.com/barbarablackoficial
Thank you so much for this great interview!!

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[LA BODEGA] Ja Rule To Launch Tech Media Company

Hip Hop artist JA RULE is preparing to launch a new media company, ICONN.

ICONN’s goal is to connect worlds, To connect creators and consumers.

JA RULE commented, “ICONN is a monetization platform with a social feel.

A powerful robust tool for creatives that connects them directly with their fans/consumers.

In a way the consumer can think of ICONN, like an AMAZON, we provide human services in the entertainment space.

Those services range from a variety of things such as booking talent for live events to celebrity hair stylist, fashion stylist and makeup artist.

The live component offers a different experience where creatives are offered monetary features such as tipping, private live requests, live scheduling and charitable live options.

It’s all about connecting fans with celebrities and those that live in that space on a day-to-day basis and ICONN brings that to the consumer!”

For more information, check out www.iconn.me/.

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[La Bodega] Jay-Z Creates ‘Monogram’ Cannabis Line

CALIVA, a cannabis store and online marketer/seller of marijuana, edibles and oils is the home of Grammy Award-winning billionaire rapper and entrepreneur JAY-Z’s new cannabis line, MONOGRAM which launched on FRIDAY (10/23).

JAY-Z became CALIVA’s Chief Brand Strategist last year.

CNN reports, “No info on the site on a release date for MONOGRAM, but encourages customers to signup to be “first in line for the drop.”

JAY-Z also added a new playlist entitled “MONOGRAM: Sounds From The Grow Room” was also released on his streaming service platform, TIDAL.

Music from BOB MARLEY, THE BEATLES and RIHANNA are featured.

The site says, “MONOGRAM marks a new chapter in cannabis de

 

fined by dignity, care and consistency.

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It is a collective effort to bring you the best.

This is a humble pursuit to discover what the best truly means.”

CALIVA CEO DENNIS O’MALLEY is quoted on CNN as saying, “We think this is a sea (of) change in terms of the visibility to the industry.

We take this partnership with a lot of responsibility, a lot of humility, a lot of accountability moving forward.”

MONOGRAM joins a growing number of celebrity-designed marijuana lines including those from SNOOP DOGG, WHOOPI GOLDBERG and MARTHA STEWART.

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[LA BODEGA] QUARANTINE TALK: ORDINARY PEOPLE

Welcome to the 7th edition of La Bodega’s Quarantine Talk.

Where we have conversations with various artist and groups from around the world via email, zoom & phone.

The group we have featured is Ordinary People From New Jersey

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SO. What are your Names? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?
OP. Seamus Murphy – Lead Vocals, Frankie Revis – Guitar, Ryan Funnell – Bass, Donny Mueller – Drums.

We’re from Passaic County NJ, West Milford and Pompton Lakes respectively. We all kind of got into it in our own way, but one thing that is in common with all of our backstories is that we all started from a young age. Frankie started out of love for The Beatles at around 5 and saw what he wanted to do from there. Donny was born into a family of musicians (i.e The Flying Mueller Brothers) and was practically playing before he was born. Ryan has been playing since he was in elementary, in ensemble bands, school band or anything he could do. Then there’s Seamus who wanted to be a singer/front-man of sorts since he was about 5, but first went into it through a musical theatre route

SO. Who and/or what inspires you to create?
OP. The music we individually get off on is what you could say inspires us on a song-to-song basis, but what drives us as a whole is the prospect of being just like our idols, in the same way we imagine they wanted to be like theirs.

SO. How would you describe your sound?
OP. Rock is obviously our core but we each bring our own style to the table, whether that be Funk, Rap, Blues, Grunge, etc.. it leaves us with the Nostalgically-Progressive sound we have.
SO. What is your creative process like?

OP. Most of the time, Frankie or Ryan come up with a riff who then show it to Seamus has who has a little book of song lyrics, with no music (or home) for yet. We put the song together this way, Seamus doing trial and error with lyrics, while Donny comes up with the beat quick enough it seems as if he’d heard the record already on a time travel visit. There are exceptions where Seamus will write the lyrics on the spot, but very seldom does that happen. Around then is when Ryan or Donny stops either Seamus or Frankie from becoming attached to a bad idea, while the other feels triumphant, having come out of the argument over said idea victorious, thanks to the backup. This is all done while hanging out smoking weed and drinking beer.

SO. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
OP. In our wildest dreams, making a song with todays artists like Travis Scott or Uzi would be groundbreaking and a dream come true, and on the other hand working with or opening for the Chili Peppers or one of our fore fathers would be a dream come true for us as well.

SO. What is one message you would give to your supporters?

OP. Thank you so much for coming to the shows and helping spread our music, please stick around and watch the community grow. You are everything to us we love you.

SO. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?

OP. Seamus likes to cook, Ryan is a personal trainer, Frankie considers himself to be pretty good at downhill longboard sliding, and Donny couldn’t pick an answer, instead going back to a quote by John Bohnam –  “Drumming was the only thing I was ever good at”.
SO. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?
OP. Donny – Would be figuring out some way to be in the music industry other than as a player. Ryan – Personal Trainer. Frankie – No clue honestly. Seamus – Trying to be an actor probably, maybe teacher
SO. Who are some artists/people you admire and why?

OP. Frankie – John Frusciante, Steve Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Larry Lolande. Ryan – Les Claypool, Flea, Joe Dart. Donny – John Bohnam, Keith Moon, Buddy Rich. Seamus – Kanye West, Bob Dylan, Mac Miller, Chance the Rapper
SO. What is the best advice you’ve been given?
OP. Donny – “Party hard, practice harder.” Seamus – “Work twice as hard as everyone else and you’ll succeed” Frankie – “Stick to what makes you happy and be yourself” Ryan – “Less is more sometimes”
SO. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
OP. To make it easier for talent who lacks certain clout to be discovered and given an opportunity.
SO. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?
OP. In the next year we hope to have multiplied our current following many times over and be set to release our second album.

SO. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?

OP. Our instagram is @ordinarypeoplenj  Seamus is @seamusmurphy.op Frankie is @frankierevis Ryan is @ryanfunnellmusic.op and Donny is @donnymueller

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[NEWS] Fetty Wap’s Brother Shot & Killed

New Jersey rapper Fetty Wap is mourning his younger brother who was shot to death in their hometown of Paterson Thursday.

Twyshon Depew, 26, died at St. Joseph’s University Medical Center two hours after someone drove him to the hospital with a gunshot wound, authorities said. They believe the shooting took place on the 100 block of Lawrence Street around 9 p.m. Thursday.

The Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating and had not announced any arrests as of Sunday.

Fetty Wap, whose real name is Willie Maxwell, posted tributes to his brother “Twy” on social media Sunday.

“I love you lil bro I really thought I could get you out before I ever had to make a post like this,” the rapper wrote.

He called Depew his “twin” and shared several photos of them together.

Fetty Wap made it big in 2015 with his breakout hit “Trap Queen.” In addition to his commercial success, he has made headlines over the years for throwing thousands in cash to people in Garden State Plaza and filming a racy music video at a Paterson high school.

Anyone with information about Depew’s killing is asked to call the prosecutor’s office at 1-877-370-PCPO or Paterson police at 973-321-1120. Information can be emailed to tips@passaiccountynj.org.

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[LA BODEGA] QUARANTINE TALK: KING MEXY

Welcome to the 6th edition of La Bodega’s Quarantine Talk.

Where we have conversations with various artist and groups from around the world via email, zoom & phone.

The artist we have featured is King Mexy from Syracuse NY

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SO. What is your Name? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?

KM. The name is  King Mexy from Syracuse NY by but out of Buffalo NY. Right now an mainly I wanna stop generational poverty

SO. Who and/or what inspires you to create?

KM. I would say my bro Vocero Omar, P.O.T 90’s and watching Hulk Music do their thang

SO. How would you describe your sound?

KM. More melodic & versatile

SO. What is your creative process like?

KM. I right how the best make me feel so the song really just writes itself

SO. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

KM. I wish I could collaborate with Michael Jackson

SO. What is one message you would give to your supporters?

KM. Never give up.

SO. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about?

KM. I’m an artist

SO. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

KM. I probably be locked up or dead to be honest

SO. Who are some artists/people you admire and why?

KM. Michael Jackson, Vocero, Omar & Lil Durk because they never gave up on themselves.

SO. What is the best advice you’ve been given?

KM. Fuck what the people say god knows your heart.

SO. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

KM. Make it easier for indies artist to get the platform they need.

SO. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?

KM. A deal a tour established with my music.

SO. What is your social media?

KM. How can people get in contact with you?

Inagram: @King_Mexy

Facebook: @P.O.T 90’s

YouTube: @King Mexy

Twitter: @King Mexy

Email: kingmexy67@gmail.com

Business Number (716)413-1566

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