Fans are free to listen and discover new music and then pass it on to their friends with a clear conscience. Music sharing helps bands achieve even greater exposure while still being paid thanks to the role of trueAnthem's sponsoring brands.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2008
Wednesdays mean new music at trueAnthem.com. Today, five new trueWidgets have been posted with more than 36 tracks available for free download. This week, Stephen Speaks, Electrocute, Hope, Rich Price and Grove Hill are releasing exclusive new music with trueAnthem, the breakthrough modern music label monetizing the social networking music scene.
trueAnthem has become a social network favorite, with its trueWidgets experiencing up to 15 degrees of viral pass-along. The company's band and brand-sponsored trueWidgets allow fans to play, download and easily pass along music from their favorite bands to their friends. The fan gets free music and the band gets paid.
"trueAnthem is making music exploration a viral experience," said Brad Barnes, CEO of trueAnthem. "Fans are free to listen and discover new music and then pass it on to their friends with a clear conscience. Music sharing helps bands achieve even greater exposure while still being paid thanks to the role of trueAnthem's sponsoring brands."
Sponsoring today's new artist releases are 3J Workshop, Guitar Center, Simple Green, Paige Premium Denim and Initium Eyewear. The artists' free downloads contain an 8-second trueAd recorded by the artist at the front of each song.
Stephen Speaks is a band composed of step-brothers Rockwell Ryan and Dain Samuelson, and joined by guitarist Matt Cox. The band's debut album, "No More Doubt" was released in 2003 and went platinum in the Philippines thanks to two, chart-topping number-one singles and a number-one MTV video. The band's third album, "Symptoms Of Love" landed Stephen Speaks on top artist charts on iSound and MySpace, where they have remained since, accumulating over six million combined Internet streams. A collection of songs from the band's three albums can be grabbed at http://www.trueAnthem.com/stephenspeaks.
Combining sounds of pop, indie, rock and roll, hip-hop, and dance, Electrocute's music transcends genres has appeared in several movie soundtracks. Acclaimed song writer Nicole Morier, who has penned songs for several artists including Britney Spears, Tom Jones and others, brings her talent to the brand new six-song EP produced by Junkie XL that can be grabbed at http://www.trueAnthem.com/electrocute.