URB.com featured our latest music video today! Watch the video here> From their latest release LOST ART (The Pherixx Remixes) via Unemployable Music, Dream Circle has released a remix video for “Dark Star (Pherixx Remix).” In their reinterpretation, a girl is wandering in a forest, enjoying psychedelic connection with the surrounding redwood trees. – Jason
m4s0n501 It’s a good excuse to do a show when you have some new remixes and a new remix music video coming out. Join the band at Leftfield on Ludlow Thursday November 20th for a live performance @ 8pm. Dream Circle performs before the Vermont Hip-hop/soul/funk crew, The Lynguistic Civilians which is appropriate because a few
Personally I dig MP3 CDs because you can put a lot of music on one CD, seems less wasteful. So we’ve now got high quality MP3 CDs available of the Dream Circle Lost Art LP + So Many Things (The Remixes), that’s 21 amazing tracks! Get your copy via bandcamp> This very special MP3 CD
“Manifesting their thoughts into creation, Dream Circle has built their own indie imprint, Unemployable Music, as a platform for their sounds. They’ve released a debut album, Lost Art, and along the way announced a remix contest for their standout cut “So Many Things.” They are gearing up to release an eight-track EP of remixes for “So Many
Featured on BEATPORT this week is the latest Unemployable Music release: Dream Circle – (So Many Things) The Remixes. The release was PREMIERED on URB.com – check out the review by Jason Chang. Also temporarily available is a free download of the DJ friendly extended house mix by OP! (I Love Vinyl/Dubspot). ENJOY!
Join us for an intimate film + dance party to celebrate the release of So Many Things (The Remixes) via Unemployable Music featuring OP! & six other remixers. This event also is in support the crowd funding campaign for the feature film “Time is Art” by Things Are Changing Productions with DJs: PJOE (Avant Muse), DJ
For those who couldn’t get enough of Dream Circle’s debut, Lost Art, their remix EP will hit just the spot. In remix fashion, each track takes an interesting spin on the original version. From dance-floor friendly remixes to slowed down atmospheric mixes and all in between, So Many Things (The Remixes) presents many styles of
As musicians and publishers, we live in a world where there are two main copyright companies that we must choose between: American Society of Composers and Producers(ASCAP) and Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI). What are the similarities? What are the differences? Are there any other choices out there of companies that can protect our rights as