Monday, September 13, 2010 – Ministry of Sound (UK) releases “The Mash Up Mix 2010″. The two CD set includes over a 100 tracks mixed by The Cut Up Boys including artists Afrojack, Alex Gaudino, David Guetta, Sub Focus, Fedde Le Grand, MJ Cole, Groove Armada, Fatboy Slim and Armin Van Burren as well as Stadiumred’s Jeremy Carr.
Jeremy’s “Deep At Night” (released in The UK on Ministry of Sound 2008) is in the mix with his soulful vocal performance adding emotion and feeling he naturally brings to his music. A “Billboard Global Dance Tracks Hit” as well as an American “Billboard Hot Dance Airplay Hit”; the song has been added to numerous compilations around the world. The record was also released on Houseworks (2007, Switzerland), Moove Recordings (2007, Switzerland), Big City Beats (2008, Germany), Universal (2008, Italy), Soul Candi (2008, South Africa), Hed Kandi (2008, UK), Kontor (2008, Germany), Vendetta (2008, Spain), SONY BMG (2008, Australia), Nervous (2008, USA).
Jeremy Carr music (including his international hits like “Turn The Lights Off”, “Physical Attraction” and “Sexy Girl”) stand out on over 100 compilations world-wide.
Stadiumred is proud to announce itself as an official sponsor of GameSoundCon 2010! Stadiumred has been involved and in support of the Game Audio industry for quite some time now. A G.A.N.G. (Game Audio Network Guild) sponsor as well, we here at Stadiumred are constantly working toward building game audio awareness in the New York area.
GameSoundCon will happen for the first time ever in New York this coming October 2nd and 3rd. If interested in attending please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to attend. This conference is a must for anyone interested in getting into game audio.
About: GameSoundCon is a conference and seminar on videogame music and video game sound design. GameSoundCon seminars occur 2-4 times per year in various cities in the US. GameSoundCon provides masterclasses and panel sessions from members of the video game music community on topics ranging from composing game music and game sound design to the business of game sound. For more information goto www.gamesoundcon.com