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  • Rikets returns with a new single, “Misery,” out now.
  • Michael James mixed two songs in Dolby Atmos for the new Sammy Hagar and the Circle album, Crazy Times.
  • Michael James co-write used in Dangerous Music clip. Track to be released early 2023.
  • Ekoh’s new album, Look What You Made, is out and includes co-writes by Curtis Martin, Sean Kennedy and Rob Endling.



Great Songs You Might Not Have Heard Of

By |November 14th, 2022|

Cadium Music Publishing has added an additional playlist to its Spotify account. Titled, Great Songs You Might Not Have Heard Of, the list shines a light on non-Cadium tracks that haven't received the attention they deserve. The obvious question is why would Cadium do that? While Cadium is proud of its writer roster and always wants more people to be exposed to the many great songs in its catalog, there is never enough great material being exposed to consumers. (How many times do we complain about some of the mediocre [...]


Michael James and Jaimeson Durr Have Mixed Two songs in Dolby Atmos for Sammy Hagar

By |September 28th, 2022|

Michael James and Jaimeson Durr have mixed two songs in Dolby Atmos for Sammy Hagar. More specifically, the mixes are for Sammy's band, Sammy Hagar and the Circle and their upcoming album, Crazy Times. The two tracks are "2021" and "Father Time (Acoustic)." Crazy Times comes out Friday (September 30). Before we get into the details of Michael's work on the project, a quick review of what Dolby Atmos is and why it matters. The Dolby Atmos Story Dolby Atmos is what is termed as immersive audio. This means that [...]


The Lack of Song Quality in Today’s Rock Acts

By |August 27th, 2022|

Gene Simmons continues to claim that rock is dead. The ongoing dialogue by Simmons and others on this topic fascinates me, because the lack of song quality in today's rock acts rarely, if ever, enters the          conversation in this debate. In an article in Metal Injection by Greg Kennelty, Kennelty takes on Simmons' point of view on the life or death matter, and while I don't believe that fans killed the genre due to streaming, a Simmons opinion, some subscribers to Metal Injection offered their reason [...]


Martin Contributes to the New Ookay album, Has Co-Write

By |April 2nd, 2022|

Martin contributes to the new Ookay album in more ways than one, which might lead to some fortuitous results.
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