Fusicologist on January 15, 2014with 0 comments
Grow Music Project (GMP), the newest launch pad and hub for emerging independent music artists and bands, released the first trailer for its music web series, “GMP – The Session Diaries,” which chronicles the stories of aspiring musical artists through documentary style footage.
After being chosen as the first round of GMP musicians through a competitive submission process, each artist spent time with founder Christopher Tyng (composer, songwriter, producer for popular shows such as “Suits,” “Futurama,” “The OC,”) and the talented GMP team of producers, engineers and session musicians, to bring one of their original songs to life at the state-of-the-art Star Hill Studio in Santa Barbara, Calif. GMP aims to fill a void in the current music industry by providing artist development, production resources and exposure for promising artists.
Through GMP, every artist walks away with a professionally produced, mixed and mastered song that they can use however they want, for free and with no strings attached. For more information or to submit your work, please visit: www.growmusicproject.com