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Watch William Fitzsimmons' Video For "The Tide Pulls From The Moon"; Single Available Now

On March 22, William Fitzsimmons returns with the release of his fourth studio album, Gold In The Shadow (Nettwerk Records). William's history as a pyschotherapist adds a dynamic element to his lyricism that distinguishes him from his contemporaries. Featured by &, watch the video for "The Tide Pulls From The Moon," the first track from Gold In The Shadow. Album is currently available for pre-order at iTunes.

For tour dates and additional information, see below.

Morgan Page Featured On!

Morgan Page is currently featured on the homepage of! The Recording Academy asked this year's first-time GRAMMY nominees to collect their thoughts and share what it feels like to be nominated for a GRAMMY. Click HERE to read what Page had to say.

Page is nominated in the category of "Best Remixed Recording" for his remix of Nadia Ali's track "Fantasy." With over 120 remixes to his name, one previously Grammy-nominated song, "The Longest Road" (Deadmau5 remix) - and most recently, a third International Dance Music Awards (IDMA) nomination - Page has emerged as one of the top rising talents in Electronic music with a style all his own, merging punchy beats with strong melodies and song structure that connects with dance music veterans and newcomers alike

Featured at, click HERE to check out Page's newest video for "I've Had Friends."

Tune in to the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 13 on the CBS.

BT & Morgan Page Nominated At The International Dance Music Awards

IDMA 2011 Sampler by nettwerkmusicgroup

Following their Grammy nominations, Nettwerk Records is proud to share that Morgan Page and BT are also nominated in several categories at this year’s International Dance Music Awards (IDMAs).

Previously nominated for ‘Best Breakthrough Artist (Solo),’ Page has also garnered his second nomination in the category of ‘Best Progressive Track.’ This year, the nomination is for the first single from his 2010 full-length, Believe - “Fight For You.” After a career spanning 15+ and the most recent success of his latest full-length These Hopeful Machines, visionary artist BT is nominated for two prestigious awards – ‘Best American DJ (North America)’ and ‘Best Producer.’

Kidstreet's New Single "Song" Out Now; Tour Dates Announced With Dragonette


"The homegrown trio of Kidstreet turn up the imagination, making sugary music that’s creatively riveting. " - Exclaim!

"Expect to be charmed by Waterloo-based acoustic/electric dance band.”
Eye Weekly

Waterloo electro trio Kidstreet have just released their second single titled “Song." The piano driven melodic single was hand picked by Ford Canada as the soundtrack to their 2011 TV commercial campaign, airing now. (Take a peak at the ad HERE). Additionally, “Song” was used in the short branded film for The Generic Man titled Tokyo Glow, which immediately went viral, with features on stylistic heavyweights such as and It even caught the attention of Justin Timberlake, landing a spot on his website as well.

Kidstreet - Song by nettwerkmusicgroup

(More information and tour dates below.)

BT Featured On!

BT is currently featured on the homepage of! The Recording Academy asked this year's first-time GRAMMY nominees to collect their thoughts and share what it feels like to be nominated for a GRAMMY. Click HERE to read what BT had to say.

BT is nominated in the category of "Best Dance/Electronic Album" for his critically-acclaimed release These Hopeful Machines. With his hit single “The Emergency" sitting at #1 on Sirius/XM Radio’s BPM channel for several weeks and climbing the Billboard Dance Airplay Chart, the visionary musician and technologist recently unleashed a hot new video to accompany the track (watch it HERE). The video was shot in the Ukraïne and directed by Nicolas Vantomme. A remix package of the powerful electronic pop single is available now, featuring remixes from Dave Audé, Morgan Page, Manufactured Superstars, Marcus Schössow and more.

Tune in to the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 13 on the CBS.

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William Fitzsimmons Shares Album Artwork

Today, William Fitzsimmons released the album cover for his fourth offering, Gold In The Shadow (Nettwerk Records), set for release on March 22.  William's music is an autobiographical telling of life's misfortunes and subsequent triumphs with lyrical honesty layered on delicately tender compositions.

The Pierces Featured As KCRW's 'Top Tune Of The Day'

The Pierces - We Are Stars

The Pierces’ "We Are Stars" is KCRW’s Top Tune of the Day today. The Pierce sisters and their band have just wrapped up four packed shows in LA and NYC celebrating the release of their Love You More EP, which features songs from the forthcoming full length release You and I, and boasts production credits from Coldplay’s Guy Berryman and Grammy Award-winning producer Rik Simpson.

Matt Wertz Announces New Full Length Album 'Weights & Wings' Out March 15

January 18, 2011 (New York, NY) – Nashville-based singer/songwriter Matt Wertz will release his fourth full-length album, Weights & Wings, via Nettwerk Records on March 15, 2011. The album was recorded in Nashville and produced by Jason Lehning (Guster, Alison Krauss, Mat Kearney). Each of the album’s 11 tracks are tied to relationships and the personal journey the reflective songwriter has been on since the release of his last full-length album, 2008’s Under Summer Sun.

In the three years since the release of Under Summer Sun, Matt has balanced a relentless touring schedule (including sold-out headline gigs as well as support slots with the likes of Ben Folds, Five For Fighting, Jamie Cullum, Gavin DeGraw and One Republic) with the trials and tribulations of life (including a breakup with his major label). But the charming Missouri-native used these experiences to shape Weights & Wings, with his heart on his sleeve more than ever.

The first single from Weights & Wings, “Feels So Right,” is out now. The up-tempo love song showcases Matt’s ability to combine soulful rock with carefree pop. Matt will hit the road this spring in support of the release of Weights & Wings; dates will be announced shortly.

Matt Wertz - Feels So Right by nettwerkmusicgroup 

Ladytron Reissues Three Titles With Bonus Tracks

This week, Ladytron reissued three classic titles--debut album 604, Light & Magic, and Witching Hour--available both digitally and physically.  Each release is comprised of their original tracklisting, plus four bonus songs of either live recordings or remixes. 

Check out the soundcloud player below for a little sampling of classic Ladytron songs and bonus tracks:

Ladytron - Reissued by nettwerkmusicgroup

The Submarines Announce New Album Out April 5; Free MP3 Of First Single "Birds"

Indie-pop duo The Submarines return with Love Notes/Letter Bombs, their third full-length release on Nettwerk Records, out April 5, 2011. Self-produced with mixing from John O’Mahony (Metric, Coldplay), Love Notes/Letter Bombs is the follow-up to 2008’s critically acclaimed Honeysuckle Weeks. The first single, “Birds”--reminiscent of ‘Revolver’-era Beatles, with lazy, back porch guitar and backwards solos—is out today. The track is one of a handful on the album featuring live drums, a new addition to The Submarines recording process, played by Spoon’s Jim Eno. Grab a free MP3 of "Birds" HERE

If their 2006 debut, Declare A New State, was a biographical recounting of their break-up and eventual reconciliation, 2008‘s Honeysuckle Weeks was an ode to the irrepressible mystery and magnificence of love’s newness; themes of blossoming gardens, life and love were woven together by vintage pop, intricately layered electronica and old school-dub. The album launched the Subs into the global slipstream, as their songs appeared everywhere -- from television (Gossip Girl, Grey’s Anatomy) and film (Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist) to multiple spots for Apple’s iPhone. The band toured North America and Europe extensively, sharing a stage with the likes of The Morning Benders, Aimee Mann and Brazilian Girls.

Love Notes/Letter Bombs picks up where Honeysuckle Weeks left off, except this time John Dragonetti and Blake Hazard find themselves in a new house, fervidly exchanging love notes and letter bombs. “I imagined a couple in a rambling old broken-down mansion, like something from a Wes Anderson movie,” says Blake of the album title’s inspiration, “pushing flower pots off the balcony onto each other, tying a love note around a brick and throwing it through a window.”

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