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Tag Archives: audio

  1. ‘Voice Mail’ releases “Next Level” album to introduce a new genre in Jamaican Music

    The Jamaican Duo “Voice Mail” has released a new album on Jan. 5th. Voice Mail is known for harmony-loaded vocals, to spread excitement for dancing and for a focus on the good things in life! The album is entitled “Next Level” and features 14 tracks of which 3 had been previously released. Track List: 1. […]

    January 7, 2015MusicNo comments
  2. CARIBBEAN MUSIC SUMMIT AT HILTON BARBADOS ANNOUNCES KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

    The Caribbean Music Summit a three-day music and entertainment event taking place on 1-3 February 2015 at the Hilton Barbados, announced today the addition of Joe Belliotti, Head of Global Music Marketing at The Coca-Cola Company and Eric Sheinkop, CEO of Music Dealers, as keynote speakers. Belliotti joins top executives from brands like Procter & […]

    December 22, 2014Featured, MusicNo comments
  3. “Merry Christmas with The Merry Men” issued on CD & Digital for the first time

    Music to our ears… What ever happened to all the old vinyl recordings of the early 60′? The sounds we grooved to over and over again. Do you recall dropping that needle onto that circular disc labeled “side one” and waiting for the warm and rounded sound to playback through those old Pioneer speakers? Well, […]

    December 14, 2014Music1 comment
  4. THE SIGNAL: Laurence Fishburne (Sci-Fi Thriller – 2014)

    Three college students on a road trip across the Southwest experience a detour: the tracking of a computer genius who has already hacked into MIT and exposed security faults. The trio find themselves drawn to an eerily isolated area. Suddenly everything goes dark. When one of the students, Nic (Brenton Thwaites of “The Giver” and […]

    March 20, 2014Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  5. BlackBerry Introduces the New BlackBerry Z30 Smartphone with 5″ Display and BlackBerry 10.2 OS

    BlackBerry® introduced the new BlackBerry® Z30 smartphone, BlackBerry’s biggest, fastest and most advanced smartphone. Featuring BlackBerry® 10 OS version 10.2, the new all-touch BlackBerry Z30 smartphone comes with a beautiful 5″ display and the largest battery yet on a BlackBerry smartphone. It is designed to keep you hyper connected, productive and always in control, and lets you […]

    September 19, 2013TechnologyNo comments
  6. Bajan Reporter fights to gain Q&A with Prime Minister: Disturbing New Trend?

    Barbadian Media chose Froonzie touring the Barbados Olympic Association’s mini-Museum upstairs of their Wildey headquarters as their top story for either last night’s or this morning’s headlines – what they won’t admit, is how they have Yours Truly to thank for the chance at interviewing F. Jerome Stuart, 7th Prime Minister of Barbados… Between BGIS […]

    September 12, 2013Controversy, Political2 comments
  7. Honey Jam announces partnership with YWCA at recent Launch

    YWCA board member, Tamita Griffith spoke about partnering with Honey Jam in outreach to young women at the recent launch of Honey Jam at Divi Southwinds, Ms Griffith was there along with new YWCA President Paige Bryan and board member Bertha Pilgrim. In an excerpt from Tamita’s address, she said “Our affiliation with this event […]

    September 23, 2012MusicNo comments
  8. Barbados Police have New Equipment to Fight Crime – Can’t use ’til laws are added or Amended!

    Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite says a new electronic interviewing and identification parade system for the Royal Barbados Police Force should be in place in another six months. There were demonstrations of the system at the District “A” Police Station and at the Roebuck Street headquarters Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Brathwaite says the system will be fully […]

    February 4, 2012Crime, Video GalleryNo comments
  9. Journey’s End: Desmond M. Bourne laid to rest with Family, Barbados loses Broadcast & Advertising Veteran

    {EDITOR’S NOTE – A shorter version of this appeared the day after he died, this text is an expanded version used as his Eulogy & includes childhood pictures as well as scenes of his Interment} Let me begin by stating many people have incredible qualities – there are those human aspects which indicate incredible kindness […]

    January 1, 2012Education, Featured, NewsNo comments
  10. “SHOW & PROVE” IN 60 SECONDS AT PLANTATION GARDEN THEATRE – HONEY JAM BARBADOS OCTOBER UPDATE

    Tuesday’s Honey Jam auditions were a great success. Judges included – Cassandra Crawford, singer and CBC TV host; Mahalia, recording artist; Paul Russell, former Head of Sony/ATV; Caroline Roach, LOVE FM; musician and producer John Roett; Anies Jordan of CRS Music & Media as well as artist Philip 7 among others. Next up is their […]

    October 6, 2011Music, ReviewNo comments
  11. REDjet – Trinidad’s mistake can be Guyana’s beef steak? Flying Economy with Low Fare Carrier does not mean poor service, 1st Class is Priceless at any level!

    People may not believe me, but this the truth… I can list the times I have flown on both hands with fingers to spare – I mean me by myself and not when I was a child. 1992, 2000 and a few days ago. The first was to Washington on AA’s Economy – they crammed […]

    May 13, 2011Travel1 comment
  12. FREE CARIBBEAN DOWNLOAD: New Hit Single “I DON’T” by Zerbie and MAC D

    The Song is called “I DON’T” which is a duet between Zerbie and Mac D, lead singer of the famous Compa Band called Harmonik; who were featured in this year’s “America’s Got Talent.” CLICK HERE – “I DON’T” by Zerbie and MAC D

    December 14, 2010Music, Review2 comments
  13. Barbadians need to hone their jingles as much as their logos: Latest Sound Design Suite Opens for Business in Barbados

    Now Barbadian businesses have access to a new set of audio services allowing them both sharper marketing tools, and a better stocked marketing shed to keep them in! And perhaps most importantly, available within current tighter marketing budgets… Shoestring Studios is Barbados’ newest sound design suite specializing in pinpointing the sound of a brand. As […]

    November 12, 2010BusinessNo comments
  14. Psychological warfare (Hallowe’en/Celtic New Year): How ghosts, superstitions, and vampires have been deployed as weapons

    Robert R. McCammon’s “Wolf’s Hour” examined how a werewolf was used to defeat Nazi Europe; an episode of True Blood had a flashback from Eric Northman when he and his maker Godric were tracking a “Werwolf Projekt” at the end of Berlin about 1945… So there’s more than one instance where the Allies used Fear to defeat […]

    October 29, 2010Books, Featured, OddityNo comments
  15. Top Marks for Sanitation Service Authority of Barbados – NCF’s Chair praises Government Dept in their assessment of Kadooment 2010: Ken Knight also wants Calypso Tents merged down to a quartet, Bajan Cultural subsidies can only go so far

    Crop Over gets an 80% pass from National Cultural Foundation Chairman Ken Knight, despite Gabby & Admiral or Soca Royale/TC controversies which marred the celebrations for many. Among the factors which caused the NCF Chair to weave a rose coloured assessment is the sterling duties performed by quite a proud few of Barbados’ most unsung heroes; the lorry-loaders and […]

    August 13, 2010Entertainment, Featured, Review1 comment
  16. Ruling Regime of Barbados, DLP Just Pushing up National Debt But Nothing To Show For It {Devil’s Advocate #8}

    According to Reudon Eversley’s version of the facts, the national debt doubled from $2.5 billion to $6 billion between 1994 and January 2008. This is simply not accurate. And as Director of News at CBC, Eversley really ought not to have made such an in-excusable blunder. So what was he attempting? When one turns to […]

    August 1, 2010Featured, Political3 comments
  17. Zimbabwean Poet headlines 2010 Crop Over Read In: “Don’t Care Where You Come From” as NCF & CMMB join forces for Literary aspect of Barbadian Cultural Season

    I Said If You’re Thinkin’ Of Being My Baby It Don’t Matter If You’re Black Or White I Said If You’re Thinkin’ Of Being My Brother It Don’t Matter If You’re Black Or White Michael Jackson – Black Or White It’s almost a year and a month since Michael Jackson left us, but like true […]

    July 12, 2010Arts, Culture5 comments
  18. Voting Instructions for 16 semifinalists in the Sweet Soca competition/NCF LAUNCHES NEW CROP OVER JINGLE

    To vote for your favorite Sweet Soca artist using a Lime phone, text to 2216 followed by the word Vote and the name of your favorite artist. To vote for your favorite Sweet Soca artist using a Digicel phone, text to 3976 followed by the word Vote and the name of your favorite artist. Voting […]

    July 8, 2010Music, Technology1 comment
  19. Canadian consultant thinks Barbados’ Tourism Minister needs to be more proactive: Bob Verdun speaks out in George Street headquarters: 2 of 3

    I am going to start this article by saying in my view I do believe that Richard Sealy has been very active in his Cabinet portfolio recently (while not hard to do, more so than Denis Lowe in Environment), perhaps what may be more appropriate to say is that he prefers the Sports aspect of […]

    July 1, 2010Featured, Travel1 comment
  20. Chairman of B-Copy demands respect for Intellectual Property in Barbados: Behaves in snit when Speech recorded, which participant paid for in NCF seminar

    Nobody knew how close I came to walking out of an NCF seminar for the petty and snide way Antonio “Boo” Rudder behaved at a special Arts Symposium which was held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre. I wanted to record the speech on my MP3 player so I can quote accurately, but in his […]

    May 4, 2010Editorial, FeaturedNo comments
  21. Barbadian Band joins forces once more for 2010: Spice & Co, phenomenon hits Facebook and generates nearly 500 fans in less than an hour

    “…[Spice’s] Page was created only this afternoon and when I got home, it jumped to close to 500 members [in under an hour]…”

    December 11, 2009Entertainment, Featured, News3 comments