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After 6 months of work, Philadelphia alternative rock band Kick Back Tomorrow has launched an online campaign to fund the last step of their debut EP. With the help of the IndieGoGo.com community, the world’s largest self-serve open-funding platform, Kick Back Tomorrow is utilizing this crowd-funding platform to raise money.
The Stabcast is not designed to change your political point of view, we believe you should collect the facts yourself and make up your own mind. The Stabcast supports local music and the Stop Online Piracy Act ‘s main goal is to protect the intellectual property rights of contend owners. The internet allows local musicians to get their music out to the world. The internet also allows the world to post music online so anyone can download it. Local musicians depend the sales of their music to not only make more music (recording costs money) but also promote themselves. Bands are split and want their music to be heard by many people, but most agree that they need sales to support recording more. Even if you do not support the Stop Online Piracy Act, you should support local music and not pirate it.
With 4,973 live views, Saturday’s live recording of The Stabcast featuring Kick Back Tomorrow had a stong showing on Stickam. Here are the final results:
#1 in Stickam’s Live StreamRank for Radio (#9 for the week, #5 for the month, #38 all time)
#3 most watched Radio show (#17 for the week, #16 for the month, #20 all time)
#7 most watched show (#75 for the month, #56 all time)
#10 in Stickam’s Live StreamRank for All Channels
#11 most followed Radio show (#22 for the week, #50 for the month, #26 all time)
Ever since The Stabcast started our goal was to help support local music. He have given local artists airplay on the show, a local venue to play at, and support. We continue to do that by showing you a video of our friends Robots and Racecars playing live in the same studio we record our show in. Check it out…it’s their song Yellow Cab and a Five Cent Cigar.
A long, long time ago, we featured Diana on the show. For those don’t don’t remember, she was a singer in a local band. One day I decided to call her up with the goal of getting her to ding over the phone. This is one of the oldest clips, but due to timing, it’s only been played very few times.