Tag Archive: Google Play Music

  1. Debs’ Top 10 Guilty Pleasure Songs

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    horus music turns 10The latest addition to our Guilty Pleasure’s list is our Head of Client Services and Quality Control.

    Listen along with us on Spotify.

    1. Aerosmith – Love in an Elevator

    I don’t know why I love this song so much, I just do!

    2. Linkin Park – One Step Closer

    This song was mine and my friend’s mantra whilst finishing our dissertations at University… One Step Closer to the edge!

    3. Britney Spears – Stronger

    Who doesn’t secretly love a bit of classic Britney?

    4. Madonna – Like a Prayer

    Again, a classic!

    5. Sia – Chandelier

    I enjoy trying to sing this at the top of my lungs.

    6. Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance with Somebody

    This reminds me of endless hours on Singstar after school with my friends.

    7. Busted – 3am

    Absolutely loved these when I was younger. Actually, I’m not so ashamed of this one!

    8. Ini Kamoze – Here Comes the Hotstepper

    Na nana na na, nana na na, nana na nana na…

    9. Spice Girls – Who Do You Think You Are

    I don’t think there’s any girl born in the 90′s that didn’t want to be a Spice Girl.

    10. The Human League – Don’t You Want Me

    You know you all sing along to this when it comes on when you’re on a night out… Just me?

  2. Claim your Apple Music artist profile

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    Did you know you can have an artist profile on Apple Music?

    ‘Connect’ allows you to communicate better with your fans and you can even customise your page with your own branding for Apple Music using photos, a biography, videos, your songs and other promotional material.

    Claim your Apple Music artist profile

    Your fans can then comment on, like, and share this through social media or email.

    How to claim your artist profile

    You cannot claim your artist profile if your music is not on Apple Music to start with. Once it is live, you’re already part way there.

    Go to iTunes Connect (here) and sign in with your Apple ID and password.

    Select ‘Artists’ from this screen.

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    Click the ‘+’ icon in the top corner.

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    Click the ‘+’ icon again and enter the URL of your iTunes Store page.

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    Follow the instructions on the following screens and select your role (e.g. Solo Artist, Band Member, Manager etc.) and enter a relevant contact for your management company or record label.

    Click ‘Done’ and your information will be sent to Apple. They will then verify this information and you should receive an email confirming that it has been completed.

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    Once your submission has been approved by Apple you will be able to log back in and start updating your Apple Music profile.

  3. Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2016

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    Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016, Cheltenham Jazz Festival is taking place across six days from April 27th – May 2nd. The festival is hosted in a tented festival village in Cheltenham’s Montpellier Gardens, featuring a Big Top stage, the Jazz Arena, a new Family Tent featuring workshops, performances and sing-alongs and a food and drink area surrounding the Free Stage.

    Horus Music is one of the proud sponsors and will also be sponsoring the Free Stage.

    Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2016

    The 2016 Cheltenham Jazz Festival will once again deliver a hugely diverse programme that combines established stars with up and coming talent from across the worlds of jazz, blues, pop and soul and will also see the initiation of an expanded ‘…around town’ programme featuring pop up gigs and performances in various indoor and outdoor spaces across Cheltenham.

    In what is arguably its most star-studded line-up to date, this year’s festival will feature performances from Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lianne La Havas, the queen of UK soul Beverley Knight, Elbow front man Guy Garvey performing tracks from his 2015 album Courting The Squall, a show by popular UK songstress Corinne Bailey Rae ahead of the release of her hotly-tipped third album, a special Quincy Jones-themed concert featuring the BBC Concert Orchestra & Guy Barker Big Band with guest appearances from Liv Warfield and Madeline Bell, and a closing night concert from the festival’s Artistic Curator Jamie Cullum.

    These names join the long list of more international artists that includes US vocalist José James, Grammy-winning saxophonist David Sanborn, visionary US trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Meadow performing a tribute to pianist John Taylor, prodigious multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier, Australian future-soul band Hiatus Kaiyote, Tim Berne’s Snakeoil, the Becca Stevens Band, Ibibio Sound Machine, the UK premiere of  saxophonist Julian Argüelles’ Let It Be Told project, Giovanni Guidi Trio, Omar Sosa’s Quarteto AfroCubano and Rom Schaerer Eberle.

    Tickets are available from http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/jazz or on 01242 850 270.