MPC Recordings Record Label Rising Up, Staying Creative and True in Today's Music Market

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Producer/engineer & new indie label CEO Michael Phillip Costanzo radio interview Tuesday Feb 3 2009 9:15PM on WBTM Radio Network - Listen to recorded interview from the Tuesday nite show at:

If you're not a recording industry icon, not a part of some sort of smash single or major soundtrack work, you're an independent artist or producer struggling in a horrible economy, trimming off the fat and trying to stay afloat to get you next project out. It's not anything different for 20 year veteran recording engineer turned producer and now label owner, Michael Phillip Costanzo of MPC Recordings Inc. While companies are caving in, MPC Recordings is getting ready to release some of its best product ever this spring. MPC has been at the never ending and evolving task, trying to bring to the fore front, more quality, and real artists for the 21rst Century. Michael Phillip Costanzo will be interviewed by phone on a growing internet radio show based out of Delaware named "Behind the Mic" on WBTMRadio, hosted by Executive Producer Joel Michalec on Tuesday Feb 3, 2009 at 9:00 pm EST.

Costanzo will be debuting new artist High Ten, an awesome new band of really young guys who sound like they've been doing it for years. Also super talented solo artist Dave Diamond who has risen up from the jam-band scene and is really starting to shine outright on his own, while maintaining close relationships with some of the most talented musicians and artists both new and iconic. Michael will also be asked about his fluctuating career that seems to keep slowly rising in the recording industry that has, by no shock, been getting smaller in size due to technology and the slumping economy. How Michael has found the way to keep up the full blown creativity and master quality product to introduce and compete in today's vast world market.

Working and developing High Ten in the studio and collaborating with Dave Diamond for years, Costanzo has opened his own record label to get these new artists and himself more exposure. "It's not enough just to shop your product to an A&R guy and post your music on MySpace, you have to really dig in" will be some of the things Michael will have to say on the weekly Tuesday night radio show based out of Delware.


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