Anthony “Rocky” Lamonde is his new music video channel. Music from 412 highlights the original music trending in the Pittsburgh area.
“I wanted to do something to help original music in this town,” said Ramond. “People should look and pay more attention to artists who are actually taking the time to write their songs, or artists who are devoting themselves to writing songs and doing original things. I think it should be celebrated.”
RamondThe Pittsburgh native musician, engineer, and Music From 412 producer conceived the station last year and debuted it on New Year’s Eve. The station he operates 24 hours a day, website or via streaming app Roku, TenBand TV, Amazon Fire TV, etc.
Channel sponsors include Vault Recording Studio, Red medicine record, Pamela Bryan more. Lamonde says he’s also creating his own commercials with messages that support music education and pet adoption.
With over 400 music videos and a series of original shows playing all the time, the station allows viewers to discover new artists and musicians from Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.common crown“Domenic Fuska” When more.
Ramond said all are welcome Submission From a Pittsburgh-based musician.
“We’re trying to create a quality station that highlights original Pittsburgh music,” said Ramond. “And there are bands outside of Pittsburgh at the station. Sometimes there are people from Pittsburgh who live in California and have bands.
Despite spending most of his life in the music scene and playing in bands including his current band,Bostal Boys‘” said Ramond, who is still discovering new artists through the Music From the 412 station.
“Since starting this job, I’ve found maybe 50 bands that I really, really like that I didn’t even know existed.” I think there’s a whole scene where they’re playing house parties and stuff like that and they’re making their own videos, which I’d love to hear, and I’d love to see it played on the station.”
Guest appearance on Music From the 412 VJs Showcase your music videos and add comments to your viewers.These days, the station has a Pittsburgh native. Aubrey Burchell Appeared as a guest VJ. Burchell is a 22-year-old singer who recently competed on the 17th season of ‘America’s Got Talent’ and made it to the semi-finals. According to Burchell, Music From the 412 will give exposure to local artists struggling to reach an audience.
“412’s music is a great way to give artists, especially local ones, the exposure they need, on top of how difficult it can be to promote yourself,” Burchell said. “Musicians give their music, and 412’s music gives the gift of exposure, love and local support.”
The station also has various original features. shows and segmentslike that “Furnace“Steamworks session“Pennsylvania Rock Show Live!“Spacebat Productions Presents‘ and Ramond’s own ‘Rocky’s Rock’n’Roll Symphony”
“The Furnace is a concert series that shoots a new episode once a month and airs on the station, usually on Fridays and Saturdays. Steamworks sessions that allow you to witness the insights about the game also feature new episodes each month.
Lamonde’s show, “Rocky’s Rock N Roll Symphony,” includes interviews, live performances, and acoustic acts highlighting local artists in the Pittsburgh area. This channel will feature our first live show, The Pennsylvania Rock Show Live! Beyond his five shows as of 9pm Jan. 30, Lamonde is already planning to add a few more shows to the mix.
“There are definitely a few more shows to follow,” said Ramond. “This is just the beginning.”
Another main show, Spacebat Productions Presents, will continue to feature multiple hosts throughout the first season, including Spacebat Productions owner Trisha “BatTrish” Hosac. Hossack said each episode will feature a new host.
“Every time it’s a little different,” Hossak said. “So if you start with an introduction or just dive into an interview with the band, then some footage of them. It’s like a video, or a live performance cut. It’s a big mix of that.”
With a new host in each episode, the variety show will give viewers an opportunity to learn more about artists, musicians, and what’s happening in the area. Local musician Lexa Terrestrial hosted the latest episode of ‘Spacebat Productions Presents: Aliens Over Pittsburgh,’ with Pittsburgh-based hip-hop artist Lys Scott as a guest. Hosac hopes that viewers will not only learn more about local artists, but connect with them.
“It’s about getting the music to people who can relate to it, and maybe help or inspire them,” said Hosac.
Hosac also said that visiting the station allows viewers to participate in Pittsburgh’s music scene. Whether you’re watching an hour-long show or playing a music video in the background, this station has something for everyone.
“It’s there. It’s on. It’s open 24/7. Tune in when you can,” Hossak said. “One look and you’re part of the Pittsburgh music scene.”
Associate producer Raymond Mongelli, who helps produce videos for radio stations, said “Music from the 412” allows musicians to find an audience and show the rest of Pittsburgh the musical talent that Pittsburgh abounds with. can.
“It’s really great talent to have here,” Mongeri said. “He just puts it all in one place so people can feel at home, discover something new, and become long-term fans. I think that’s great.”
Unlike other radio stations that typically play more mainstream music, Music from the 412 showcases Pittsburgh’s thriving local music scene, Burchell said.
“I think the number one thing that sets us apart is our focus on local love and support,” says Burchell. “It’s not just a station that broadcasts popular artists. It’s a station that takes you to your local bar or winery and plays all genres and people. I think it’s for a very special reason.”