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D.I.Y MySpam Music Video

by Jayme Gutierrez Posted in music videos | No Comments »

After all this time, I’ve come back from London and we’ve done a new and crazy music video.

This song is about all the people that are hoping to be found and survive (and maybe haver a success) with their songs or their videos or art or whatever they love to do. It’s about how to be success.

Thanks to the new technologies, we all can make ourselves heard. Internet is a fabulous way to promote our work and make money but like everything in this life, it also brings bad things like the fine line between promotion and spam.

It’s in your hands to decide if something deserves to be shared but I hope that you post it, share it, deal it, steal it, I don’t mind!
Donating coins will keep us alive!
(If you want to DONATE):
(but you can BUY it on itunes)
MySpam NEW music video: tweet it!

(or amazon)
And of course, LISTEN my music


by Jayme Gutierrez Posted in blogging | No Comments »

Myspace licks balls!
Thinking about it… The most people who use myspace are bands! How stupid is that! Bands don’t care about other peoples music because they are too busy promoting their own myspace.
People are getting pissed off with recieving “friends requests” from bands to the point that they don’t use it anymore!! What’s the point in having ten thousand hits if they’re all bands that are only accepting your friends request to get them more hits!?
They aren’t going to re-visit my page because their interest lies in me looking at THEIR page (something that, like them, I’m not interested in doing either). WE’RE ALL SPAMMERS!
I think that my youtube account is more important because of the fact that at the moment youtube isn’t as full of bands spamming everyone. Plus youtube is more personal because you get to see videos of people in their home. Also, doing a video blog gives people more of an incentive to come back and re-visit because there is always somthing new to see.
Apart from being a place where people can listen to your music (something that you can do just as easily on you tube, without having to wait half an hour for the page to load) it’s nothing much.

Myspace is dying…