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Missing Piece is Hiring – Digital Marketing Coordinator

Digital Marketing Coordinator Entry-level position with tasks to include: Required: Research & promotion to online influencers: Social media influencers Youtube creators Spotify playlisters Social media / digital research & analysis on client projects MPG Website front-end posting, tracking & analysis Client CRM management, social metrics & reporting Manage/implement digital / marketing timelines per project MPG [...]

April 26, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog 0
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Stereogum premieres Plants and Animals’ new album ‘Waltzed in from the Rumbling’

Montreal’s Plants and Animals just premiered their new album Waltzed in from the Rumbling at Stereogum, who called it “beautifully and thoughtfully constructed, and simply a joy to listen to.”  Listen HERE. The band will be touring the US this May and June: 05/06: Winooski, VT – Waking Windows Music & Arts Festival 05/10: Washington, DC – [...]

April 22, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, plants and animals 0

Luke Bell Announces Self Titled Album out June 17, NPR Music Premieres “Sometimes” Video

On June 17, the ranch hand turned troubadour Luke Bell will release a self-titled album on Bill Hill Records, distributed by Thirty Tigers. Today, NPR Music premiered the video for his single “Sometimes,” the first track to be released off the forthcoming LP. [...]

April 20, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, Luke Bell 0

Fountains of Wayne’s Chris Collingwood Announces Look Park, Premieres First Track

Missing Piece welcomes our new management client Chris Collingwood, who just announced his new project Look Park. Look Park’s debut album is out on July 22nd via Yep Roc. The first track “Aeroplane” premiered at Stereogum, who called it “a whimsical, melodic track that whisks the listener away, reflecting on where Collingwood’s been and where he’s [...]

April 20, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, Chris Collingwood, Look Park 0

Legendary Reggae Label Studio One to Reissue Catalogue via Yep Roc Music Group

Classic Reggae Albums to be Released with Original Tracklisting and Artwork, including The Wailing Wailers on May 27th   Founded by Clement “Coxsone” Dodd in the late 1950’s, Studio One was one of Jamaica’s most renowned recording studios and record labels, helping to pioneer ska, rocksteady, dub and dancehall. The label discovered and released music from [...]

April 8, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, studio one 0
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SHEL Premieres Cover of “Enter Sandman” at Nerdist

Nashville-based group of sisters SHEL premiered their cover of “Enter Sandman” at Nerdist, who called it a “sinister lullaby” and “as disconcerting as it is beautiful.” [...]

April 8, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, SHEL 0
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Organ Master Dr. Lonnie Smith speaks with WBEZ about his 50 Years in Jazz

Legendary jazz organist Dr. Lonnie Smith spoke with WBEZ Morning Shift about his lengthy career spanning over half a century. Listen to the full interview HERE. [...]

April 5, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, Dr. Lonnie Smith 0

Pitchfork Streams Ben Watt’s New Solo Album ‘Fever Dream’

Originally half of Everything But The Girl, Ben Watt is streaming his new solo album Fever Dream at Pitchfork. The album features Marissa Nadler, Bernard Butler, and Hiss Golden Messenger’s M.C. Taylor. Listen to the album at Pitchfork. [...]

March 31, 2016 Brett Loeb Ben Watt, Blog 0
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NPR Music and CMT premiere music from Ryan Beaver

Nashville’s Ryan Beaver will release his anticipated new album Rx. Recently, NPR Music premiered the album’s closing track “If I Had A Horse” while CMT premiered the video for his single, “Dark.” [...]

March 29, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, Ryan Beaver 0

Mo Kenney premieres “Mountains to the Mess” at Noisey

Canadian singer-songwriter Mo Kenney’s JUNO Award Nominated LP In My Dreams is finally getting it’s US release. Kenney premiered her track “Mountains to the Mess” at Noisey, who described Mo’s music as “a spooky, sensual sound reminiscent of artists like Feist.” [...]

March 29, 2016 Brett Loeb Blog, Mo Kenney 0