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8.04-05
Allah-Las
"Had It All" (Innovative Leisure)
Andy Schneider Epic Fail (Independent)
Benjamin Booker Benjamin Booker (ATO)
Boy & Bear "Three Headed Woman" (Nettwerk) Click Hear for audio sample of BoyBear-ThreeHeadedWoman
Chris Staples "Dark Side Of The Moon" (Barsuk)
Chuck Prophet "Countrified Inner City Technological Man" (Yep Roc)
Counting Crows "Scarecrow" (Capitol) Click Hear for audio sample of CountingCrows-Scarecrow
Curtis McMurtry "Down To The Wire" (Independent)
Death From Above 1979 "Trainwreck 1979" (Warner Bros.)
Derek Fawcett "Pick Up" (Independent)
Hold Steady "I Hope This Whole Thing Didn't Frighten You" (Razor & Tie)
John Butler Trio "How You Sleep At Night" (Vanguard) Click Hear for audio sample of JohnButlerTrio-HowYouSleepatNight
Mirel Wagner "Oak Tree" (Sub Pop)
Otis Gibbs Souvenirs Of A Misspent Youth (Wanamaker/Thirty Tigers)
Rosebuds Sand & Silence (Independent)
Shelley King "Building A Fire" (Independent)
Shooter Jennings Don't Wait Up (For George) (Independent/Thirty Tigers)
Sleepy Man Banjo Boys By My Side (Independent)
Strumbellas "End Of An Era" (Missing Piece)
Sunny Sweeny Provoked (Independent/Thirty Tigers)
Zola Jesus "Dangerous Days" (Mute)

Boulder Is A Week Away; Changes Abound!
The FMQB Triple A Conference is coming up next week, August 6-9 at the St. Julien Hotel & Spa in Boulder, CO, and your scorecard needs an update. A scheduling conflict has forced Warpaint off the Thursday Late Night Lounge, but the band will do a special outdoor performance on the Fox Theatre Hill Stage at 7:15 Wednesday night. On Thursday, Nikki Lane has been added at 7:30 p.m. at The Fox, while Bahamas steps in to fill out the Thursday Late Night. Those artists join Alex & Sierra, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, Anthony DíAmato, Bearís Den, Black Prairie, Brotherís Keeper, Charlie Mars, Falls, Father John Misty, FLINTFACE, Jake Bugg, Jeremy Messersmith, John & Jacob, Johnnyswim, Lake Street Dive, Liam Bailey, London Grammar, Lucius, Martin Harley, Nicole Atkins, Panama, Paolo Nutini, Rachael Sage, Ray LaMontagne, Rob Drabkin, Run River North, Ryan Adams, Ryan Corn, Scars On 45, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Tennis, The Both, The Revivalists,The Wind and The Wave, Train, Warpaint and Zameer.

Things kick off at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, August 6 with The Keynote Interview featuring Alpha Broadcasting CEO Larry Wilson being interviewed by WTTS/Indianapolis PD Brad Holtz. From there itís a whirlwind of panels and performances, with thing wrapping up on Saturday morning, August 9 with the Triple A Awards Brunch. In the middle, KXT/Dallas PD Mark Abuzzahab will present the annual Pro.qb Music Meeting on Friday, August 8.

Registration is available at registration.fmqb.com for only $419 until Thursday, July 31. After that itís walk-up only. There may still be St. Julien rooms at the special FMQB price of only $219/night by calling (877) 303-0900 and mentioning FMQB. Additional lodging is also available at The Boulderado (boulderado.com), Marriott (marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/travel/denbo-boulder-marriott), Marriott Courtyard (marriott.com/hotels/travel/denbd-courtyard-boulder) and Best Western Plus Boulder Inn (bestwestern.com). Keeping watching your inbox and checking FMQB.com as more artists and info are released! Keep checking FMQB.com for all the updated info.




Pandora Reports Increase In Revenue, Net Loss In Q2
Pandora
reported its second quarter financial report for 2014, and while its revenue grew during the three-month period, the popular digital music service also reported a greater net loss. Total revenue in the quarter was $218.9 million, a 38 percent increase from a year earlier. Ad revenue grew 39 percent to $177.3 million, while subscription revenue was up 35 percent to $41.6 million. However, Pandora also took a net loss of $11.7 million in Q2.

Pandora reported total listening hours of 5.04 billion in Q2, up 29 percent from Q2 in 2013, with 76.4 million active listeners, a 7.5 percent increase over the same period last year.

ďOur better than expected second quarter results demonstrate success and continued business acceleration as a result of our investments in mobile and local advertising. Mobile advertising reached a record 76 percent of total ad revenue and local grew at 144 percent year-over-year,Ē stated Brian McAndrews Chairman, President and CEO of Pandora. ďAs a company, we are united by Pandoraís clear sense of purpose to unleash the infinite power of music, and weíre attracting the brightest stars in the advertising, technology and music industries to help drive our business forward."


Hozier Full-Length Announced
Irish musician Hozier has set October 7 as the release date for his self-titled debut album on Columbia Records. He co-produced the new album with Ron Kirwan (PJ Harvey and Depeche Mode). Meanwhile, Hozier will return stateside when he launches his first national headline tour on September 29 in Nashville. The tour will wrap up with two sold-out shows in New York City on November 5 and 6.

Updated: 7/30/2014
1)

Trigger Hippy
Trigger Hippy
Rounder/CMG
22

2t)

Counting Crows
Somewhere Under Wonderland
Capitol
14

2t)

Jenny Lewis
The Voyager
Warner Bros.
14

4)

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Hypnotic Eye
Reprise
11

5t)

Beck
Morning Phase
Capitol
9

5t)

Alt-J
This is All Yours
Atlantic
9

Updated: 7/30/2014
1)

Jack White
Lazaretto
Third Man/Columbia

2)

Ray LaMontagne
Supernova
RCA

3)

Black Keys
Turn Blue
Nonesuch

4)

Spoon
They Want My Soul
Loma Vista/CMG

5)

First Aid Kit
Stay Gold
Columbia

6)

Ryan Adams
Ryan Adams
Pax Am/Blue Note

7)

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Hypnotic Eye
Reprise

8)

Beck
Morning Phase
Capitol

9)

Conor Oberst
Upside Down Mountain
Nonesuch

10)

Robert Plant
Lullaby and The Ceaseless...
Nonesuch

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