Check out K. Flay’s performance at 6:30pm today on the next installment of the Ideajam series, produced by Katalyst — a production company founded in 2003 by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg – and sponsored by Intel and Google/YouTube.
K.Flay just released her new series of 3EPs titled I Stopped Caring in ’96. Catch her on some upcoming dates with more info on the way. Also, keep up to date at her website: www.kflay.com
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Please join us on June 30th for the next installment of the ideajam series, produced by Katalyst — a production company founded in 2003 by Ashton Kutcher and Jason Goldberg – and sponsored by Intel and Google/YouTube. Katalyst produces creates groundbreaking original programming and social media content for film, television and the Web.
Ideajam is an opportunity for innovation and collaboration utilizing technology. Our first jams have received significant press attention and online buzz, with an average of over 10 million impressions on twitter and facebook per ideajam.
Each Ideajam brings together the brightest minds in an array of creative fields, including digital content creation, education, comedy and music. They are led by a moderator, well-known in their field, and joined by experts along with a group of hand-picked participants. These sessions are also open to the online community, who can interact via a host of social media tools.
The ideajam on June 30th will focus on the intersection of music and the Web. We will be inviting three popular YouTube music artists to join us for a day of professional development and production of an original song. Since making music visual is a key component to growing one’s fanbase, we’ll use Animoto to create a video for their original track that can also be shared online.
In addition, these performers will be given guidance from experts on how to develop their social following and market themselves online, as well as having one of their original songs produced by one of the top music producers in the game today.
Our hope is to ignite a conversation around technology and music, and allow for a robust dialogue, both in-studio and generated online with an interactive audience, all around the theme of “What Inspires You?”
We feel you’d be a perfect fit to contribute to this event and help inspire the creativity that keeps music alive.