Sad Robot Nominated by Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2010

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The 2010 Hollywood Music in Media Awards has officially nominated local Los Angeles alternative rock band Sad Robot for their debut album song, “Little Miss Bi-Polar,” adding Sad Robot to the list of de-facto music groups being celebrated for the “The Future of Music.”

The Hollywood Music In Media Awards, the most anticipated music event of the year, has nominated local Los Angeles band, Sad Robot, for its alternative rock music song, “Little Miss Bi-Polar.” Among the widely known names that are being recognized at the media awards, taking place at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, CA on Thursday, November 18, 2010, Sad Robot stands out as one of the more relative industry “unknowns” to garner a nomination, joining the list of de-facto music groups being celebrated for the “The Future of Music” as presented today, and choice of the industry and Hollywood tastemakers.

“It was kind of a shock. It really happened very suddenly. But we are incredibly honored to be (chosen) part of the music awards this year. We feel like it’s just the beginning,” says Katherine Pawlak the band’s lead singer and songwriter of “Little Miss Bi-Polar,” regarding the news received on Sunday evening, only days before the event. Local fans have also been posting and sharing the excitement on Facebook and Twitter.

“Little Miss Bi-Polar” is one of the first songs written from Sad Robot’s album, “,”The Beginning of the End” which recently debuted and can be downloaded via iTunes and CD Baby. Sad Robot is an indie alternative, pop, rock band with a soulful, quirky off-beat style, currently headlining and makes waves on the local Los Angeles scene at venues such as The House of Blues, The Roxy, Acme and The Mint. Sad Robot is also set to also play The Viper Room on November 27th, 2010, led by singer, songwriter Katherine Pawlak and joined by drummer Chris Razze, bassist, Mike Marigliano and guitarist Nick Perez. Katherine a musician and composer is also an actress who first gained media attention with her lead role as Emma Wharton, in the web series, Lonely Girl 15.

The music of Sad Robot will be featured in the upcoming film, “Look At Me,” directed by Alicia Glidewell and set to release in 2011, another highlight for the band. The theme song entitled, “The Movie,” written for the character Frank played by James Duval, (Donnie Darko, Gone in 60 Seconds) is also on the band’s debut EP.

The Hollywood Music in Media Awards recognizes and honors the music in visual mediums, the talented individuals responsible for creating and placing it, and the music of both mainstream and independent artists from around the globe for their compositions and recordings in all forms of media including film, TV, video games, commercial advertisements, movie trailers and music videos. The HMMA is also the first music awards event to recognize and honor excellence in music supervision. In addition, iconic individuals are presented with special awards for outstanding career achievement and longevity in entertainment.

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Tracey Paleo
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