Alzie Ramsey has recently released his new single “Stelvio Pass” on the digital label Black Widow Music, LLC as well as a cover art video on YouTube.

For those of you that don’t know about Stelvio Pass here’s a brief explanation:

Stelvio Pass (located 75km/47mi from Bolzano, Italy and 200m from the Swiss Border) is the highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps and registers at a whopping 2757 meters or 9045 feet. Garnished with 60 hairpin turns (48 numbered with stones) these turns present a challenge to any motoring enthusiast.

Basically, if you enjoy driving in the least bit then you at some point in your life need to take a drive on this road and listen to this track while you’re doing it!
Be forewarned that it has been suggested that this course only be attempted by skilled drivers. May we also suggest that the vehicle of choice be the Ferrari 458 Italia, F12 Berlinetta, F70 or maybe even the F430!!

To purchase the track “Stelvio Pass” featuring Alzie Ramsey on iTunes US go to:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/stelvio-pass-single/id605472861?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

As we all we know there are a host of blogs and websites about EDM and the many subgenres that make up EDM in its entirety. For the majority, most sites are very uninformative and thrive more so on providing information on what the latest stars such as Deadmau5, Skrillex, Calvin Harris, David Guetta and Avicii (just to name a few) are doing. Not that what these individuals are doing lack importance, but there are many other notable artists that comprise the backbone of the EDM structure.

At Black Widow Music, LLC we constantly watch current events and trends occurring within EDM. The one prevalent occurrence is the rapid oversaturation of EDM itself within the genre. Every single day someone is releasing a mix, remix, compilation or a mashup attempting to gain recognition in an already over saturated market.

Deadmau5 recently stated in an interview with Edna Gundersen of USA TODAY, “Now we have this huge pot of money coming in, creating bigger budgets and bigger crowds. They’re doing us all a favor by letting big money know we’re big money.” In a recent interview with Ben Sisario of The New York Times, Gary Richard of Hard Events stated, “I have been approached by all the big boys you can imagine. I’ve been working in this for 20 years and nobody cared. Now it’s so massive that everybody wants a piece of it.”

Can you really blame musicians for rushing where gold is to be found? History demonstrates that people have been rushing for gold for many a year as well as killing and destroying what is to be found along the path. So, what does this mean for EDM? In short, it means more saturation and a steady rise and emergence of poor quality music. But, there is an old adage that goes “the cream rises to the top.”

In our recent analysis of EDM and few notable artists we happened to stumble upon the biography of Joey Youngman, better known by his stage name Wolfgang Gartner. He stated, “One of my mantras is that I have a responsibility to advance the genre. If I am capable of doing something I’ve never done before, I feel like I have to use that ability, because there are not many people who do – or can.” Conclusively, that is exactly what we are doing here at Black Widow Music whether it’s EDM, jazz or any other genre.

Here at Black Widow Music, LLC we refuse to be focused upon the misleading statistics of social media. The amount of Twitter followers, Facebook Likes and YouTube views are irrelevant and not what drives and motivates this organization. What you can be guaranteed to discover when you visit here is a EDM (electronic dance music) record label that puts out quality music as a mandatory standard as well as leader that refuses to be commercialized in this new era of electronic music.

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Hugely anticipated EDM single Chopin: Prelude in D Minor Op. 28 No. 26 (Progressive House) to be promoted to worldwide radio September 12, 2012 via RadioDirectx.

Black Widow Music, LLC is pleased to announce RadioDirectx (RDX) and their accompanying website will promote their upcoming EDM releases to radio stations, music reviewers and DJs. RDX uses a digital model that has earned a reputation for obtaining ample visibility for established independent artists as well as fulfilling the demands of commercial and radio associates.

This will be the debut promotion between the two organizations and RDX’s official release date is scheduled for September 12, 2012.

Read the full story at: http://www.prweb.com/releases/blackwidowmusic/radio/prweb9846740.htm

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