Myx TV Press Play’s Got All The Right Moves

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The network proudly launches independent music giants from the Midwest this week in their first television broadcast

All The Right Moves on Myx TV's Press Play Episode 5

While music has brought them to enviable success and a back-to-back influx of awards and recognition, All The Right Moves band members live the story of grounded Midwest musicians... bustling with a determination to make a mark of their own.

You know good music when you hear it. This week, Myx TV’s Press Play opens the stage to Minneapolis artists, All The Right Moves - a stand out five-piece ensemble that uniquely blends elements of the piano, violin, and three-part vocals into alternative rock. In the forefront of showcasing the best of independent music artists around the United States, Myx TV is first to broadcast dozens of their music and videos. An all-new episode of Press Play airs tonight, December 7th at 9pm/8 central.

In 2005, songwriters and vocalists Brandon Daly and Braden Ashworth stepped into their first day of Classical Piano class. Their shared musical influences led to regular jam sessions around campus – dorm halls, laundry rooms, lounges, and the elevator. Having already begun their songwriting early on, they teamed up with a violinist and became an acoustic trio. It was this very team that would later record their first few albums and play at packed venues, opening up for some of the music industry’s biggest names.

In 2008, All The Right Moves was born. With the addition of violinist Roman Wolfe, bassist Will Ceasar, and drummer Dustin Philips, they moved from elevator cars to recording studios, working with legendary producers like Jordan Schmidt and Hidden In Plain View ex-guitarist Rob Freeman. Since then, they have launched multiple albums and decorated the band with multiple Battle of the Bands awards by Fox 9, Journey, and Rawkzilla Magazine.

Their prizes were priceless – an opportunity to rewrite a Pizza Hut jingle, star in the commercial, and share the stage with All Time Low, Plain White T’s, Quietdrive, among others. And little did they know that that was only the beginning of the steady rise of their career.

On their latest album released in September 2012, Brandon Daly states, “We wanted the album to feel like a movie, from start to finish. We give props to our producer, Rob Freeman – we meshed with him musically like peanut butter and jelly.”

No longer a stranger to the industry, All The Right Moves’ second album’s tracks went straight into Hollywood and on to shows like MTV’s Real World: Las Vegas, Cutthroat Challenge, and Battle of the Exes. Tonight, their latest single, “Choke,” premieres on national television on Myx TV’s Press Play. Their very own “The Monster I’ve Become” will be on the upcoming television show, How To Live With Your Parents, a forthcoming series on ABC in 2013.

While music has brought them to enviable success and a back-to-back influx of awards and recognition, All The Right Moves band members live the story of grounded Midwest musicians, inspired by artists like Ben Folds, Yellowcard, and The Beatles, bustling with a determination to make a mark of their own.

Their latest gig with Press Play has opened them up to a new audience of 10 million households around the country. “It’s a super cool idea for a show and it’s even cooler that a major broadcasting company like Myx TV would offer independent bands like ourselves the opportunity to play live in front of thousands and thousands of viewers,” says Daly.

Also, catch original music videos by Mitchell Grey of New Jersey, Seeking Empire, reggae up-and-comer The Shawn Megofna Band, acoustic hip hop artist Paul J. Kim, and Sheryl Ann Padre on the fifth episode of Press Play on Myx TV - where you decide who gets played! For exclusive behind the scenes clips and local cable listings in the city where you live, visit


Myx TV is the fastest-growing Asian American entertainment and lifestyle cable network in the United States. Dedicated to airing the best in entertainment, Myx TV’s programming is a unique combination of original and syndicated shows, including reality, live music performances, animation, and independent film and Asian cinema, airing 24/7 in English. Broadcast in over 10 million households across the country it provides a platform for Asian Americans on mainstream television and is also represented on its official website by a community of bloggers from coast-to-coast. To find Myx TV in your area and for exclusive content online, visit

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